Mesa votes on whether to privatize its city jails. And, we're not in Kansas anymore — we go to an audition for the classic play.
Maricopa County Board of Supervisors approving new budget
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is scheduled approve a $2.2 billion budget Monday for the next fiscal year starting July 1. The budget will include raises for the county’s nearly 13,000 employees, their first in more than five years. The board had frozen wages while the county struggled with declining tax revenues due to the recession.
The new budget will be about $6.7 million less than the current budget.