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Local efforts, groups allocated TOT funds


Last updated 7/3/2014 at Noon

REINS therapeutic riding volunteer, Jonathan Forrester, left, makes sure Bailey Benton is settled into a saddle to ride Cassie at the local therapeutic horsemanship program facility. REINS just received a $10,000 TOT funding grant.

The June 24 passage of the County of San Diego’s 2014-15 budget included the allocation of Community Enhancement funds from the County of San Diego’s Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) revenue, and several Greater Fallbrook organizations will receive grants from the Community Enhancement program.

Each county supervisor was given a $599,393 Community Enhancement budget and made recommendations on how much of his or her budget would be given to each group requesting funds. The recommendations were then ratified by the entire San Diego County Board of Supervisors during the approval of the bud...

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