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Norwalk Budget Calls for Cuts in Sheriff's Service

May 26, 1988

NORWALK — The City Council this week began its review of a $14.8 million budget proposal that calls for cuts in Sheriff's Department services, as well as operation and maintenance spending.

The city administrator's proposed 1988-89 budget is $1 million less than this year's, a reduction forced in part by a loss of federal revenue sharing funds.

The proposal balances the budget, and if the City Council adds any spending items, the money would have to come from the city's $12 million cash reserve, Finance Director Wiley Jung said.

Norwalk contracts with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for police patrols, which would be reduced under the budget recommendations, Jung said.

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