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Santa Barbara Challenge: Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports, 2004-2010

Assets, liabilities, revenues and expenditures tell the real story of the Santa Barbara budget

By Noozhawk Staff |

[Noozhawk’s note: This is one in a series of articles on Noozhawk’s Santa Barbara Challenge, our public-engagement project on the city of Santa Barbara’s budget. Related links are below.]

                  Santa Barbara Challenge Survey  |  Complete Series Index  |

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» Click here to download the 2010 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

» Click here to download the 2010 Redevelopment Agency Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

» Click here to download the 2009 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

» Click here to download the 2009 Redevelopment Agency Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

» Click here to download the 2008 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

» Click here to download the 2008 Redevelopment Agency Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

» Click here to download the 2007 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

» Click here to download the 2007 Redevelopment Agency Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

» Click here to download the 2006 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

» Click here to download the 2006 Redevelopment Agency Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

» Click here to download the 2005 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

» Click here to download the 2005 Redevelopment Agency Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

» Click here to download the 2004 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

                  Santa Barbara Challenge Survey  |  Complete Series Index  |




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