Bakersfield City Councilman Andrae Gonzales visits One on One to discuss spending priorities for the revenue from the Measure N sales tax increase, the makeup of the Measure N committee, downtown revitalization, and some new initiatives he has undertaken in east Bakersfield. During the interview, Gonzales reveals that anticipated annual revenue from Measure N could reach $58 million. The original estimate for revenue from Measure N, the one-cent sales tax increase narrowly approved by Bakersfield voters last November, was $50 million.

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