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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 28, 1998
The financially strapped city government has laid off eight more people, reducing its staff from last year's all-time high of 105 to 30. The layoffs reduce the budget by $23,000 a month. The square-mile city has been through tough economic times recently. Last year, it disbanded its police force, whose duties were taken over by the Sheriff's Department.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 28, 1998
The financially strapped city government has laid off eight more people, reducing its staff from last year's all-time high of 105 to 30. The layoffs reduce the budget by $23,000 a month. The square-mile city has been through tough economic times recently. Last year, it disbanded its police force, whose duties were taken over by the Sheriff's Department.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 25, 1995
It's been touch-and-go lately, but city officials in Hawaiian Gardens say enough funds have been trickling into the city's coffers to allow city employees to get paid this week. Still, they say the cash-strapped city must make strict budget cuts very soon to balance its $1.5-million deficit and avert near-disasters such as the one faced two weeks ago, when the general fund was so low that employees very nearly went unpaid.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 25, 1997 | KEVIN O'LEARY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Financially strapped Hawaiian Gardens, which had balanced its budget with money from a bingo parlor owner's private foundation, has decided to disband its police force and is preparing to lay off more than two-thirds of city employees by December. "The police did an excellent job, but we could not afford them," Councilman Donald Schultze said. "The city budget was about $5.2 million and $2.4 million was the police."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 25, 1997 | KEVIN O'LEARY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Financially strapped Hawaiian Gardens, which had balanced its budget with money from a bingo parlor owner's private foundation, has decided to disband its police force and is preparing to lay off more than two-thirds of city employees by December. "The police did an excellent job, but we could not afford them," Councilman Donald Schultze said. "The city budget was about $5.2 million and $2.4 million was the police."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 25, 1995
It's been touch-and-go lately, but city officials in Hawaiian Gardens say enough funds have been trickling into the city's coffers to allow city employees to get paid this week. Still, they say the cash-strapped city must make strict budget cuts very soon to balance its $1.5-million deficit and avert near-disasters such as the one faced two weeks ago, when the general fund was so low that employees very nearly went unpaid.
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