County agencies and departments are awaiting the county budget office's recommendations on their revised budgets for the rest of this fiscal year and for 1992.
Following a directive to resubmit fiscal 1991 budgets with 1 percent cuts and fiscal 1992 budgets -- which take effect July 1 -- with 2 percent cuts, many agencies plan to reduce their personnel, travel, supplies and money.
The emergency budget measures come as the county faces a $5.3 million shortfall in the current $115 million budget. It could end up short for next year's proposed $112 million budget.
County Management and Budget Director Steven D. Powell said last week that results ofthe budget adjustments would be released sometime in the coming week.