It's been two months since voters decided to permit the city to keep $6 million in excess revenues from 2016 and $6 million from 2017, should this year's collections produce any extra. The April 4 ballot measure specified that about $2.8 million in excess revenue from last year would be refunded to residents.
But don't look for your share very soon. City spokesperson Jamie Fabos says it "is not yet determined" when the excess will be refunded via Utilities billings.
The amount due citizens won't be finalized until the annual audit is completed in late June, after which a refund procedure will be developed, she says.