The Leaders of Indianapolis’ City-County Council appeared on Afternoons with Amos talking frankly about Indianapolis’ growing budget crisis. Council President Maggie Lewis, Vice-President Brian Mahern and Majority Leader Vernon Brown told Amos and listeners that Mayor Ballard’s Administration has not been fully forthcoming about the reasons the city’s facing a $50/$70 million deficit, including a $30 million shortfall in public safety, less than three months after the budget year began with a so-called “honestly balanced” budget. Listen to the Council leaders talk about the growing crisis and their plans to get to the bottom of the fiscal mess.
Click to the Left Below to hear the full interview. Runs 42 Minutes ©2012 WTLC/Radio One.