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January 15, 1995 | JON GARCIA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Things have gotten so bad in Hawthorne that officials are considering selling City Hall. Hoping to extricate the town from its mounting fiscal crisis, City Manager Todd W. Argow has given the City Council a list of proposed Draconian cuts and tax hikes that also include eliminating the city Fire Department, paving the way for selling City Hall and the city airport, and slashing employee salaries as much as 20%. The proposals are an attempt to fill a $10.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 1995 | JON GARCIA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Things have gotten so bad in Hawthorne that officials are considering selling City Hall. Hoping to extricate the town from its mounting fiscal crisis, City Manager Todd W. Argow has given the City Council a list of proposed Draconian cuts and tax hikes that also include eliminating the city Fire Department, paving the way for selling City Hall and the city airport, and slashing employee salaries as much as 20%. The proposals are an attempt to fill a $10.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 1995 | JON GARCIA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Things have gotten so bad in Hawthorne that officials are considering selling City Hall. Hoping to extricate the town from its mounting fiscal crisis, City Manager Todd W. Argow has given the City Council a list of proposed Draconian cuts and tax hikes that also include eliminating the city Fire Department, paving the way for selling City Hall and the city airport, and slashing employee salaries as much as 20%. The proposals are an attempt to fill a $10.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 1995 | JON GARCIA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Things have gotten so bad in Hawthorne that officials are considering selling City Hall. Hoping to extricate the town from its mounting fiscal crisis, City Manager Todd W. Argow has given the City Council a list of proposed Draconian cuts and tax hikes that also include eliminating the city Fire Department, paving the way for selling City Hall and the city airport, and slashing employee salaries as much as 20%. The proposals are an attempt to fill a $10.
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