The Coconino County Board of Supervisors has adopted the county’s $215-million dollars budget. The board approved the plan Tuesday. This fiscal year’s budget includes additional investments in capital financing, flood control and forest restoration. It also invests in economic development, continued funding for teacher professional development and adds resources to address behavioral health costs such as suicide prevention. This is the first year since 2011 the county didn’t see an increase in the county’s sales tax revenues, but due to the board’s ten-year planning process, the financial set back didn’t affect this year’s budget.