Savannah officials are paring down their wish list for next June's G-8 Summit. They're asking for just over nine million dollars from the state and federal government. That's down from their original request for ten and a half million dollars. Officials scaled back the amount in hopes of having a better chance of getting the money. The top priority is securing $2.7 million for public safety and employee overtime. The G-8 Summit comes to Sea Island in June. It will host the leaders of the world's major industrial economies and their delegations.