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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 20, 1991 | TOM McQUEENEY
Community buildings at city parks will close an hour earlier starting next month and several cultural affairs programs will be cut under the city's spending plan approved Wednesday. A construction slowdown and lower-than-expected sales-tax revenues have created the city's worst financial situation in its 19-year history, according to officials.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1994 | SHELBY GRAD
The City Council has approved a fiscal 1994-95 budget that increases the city's reserves without raising taxes or cutting services. The $59-million general fund budget balances the city's books while adding about $3 million to its reserve fund. No major cutbacks were proposed by City Manager Paul O. Brady Jr. Earlier in the year, the city eliminated 70 jobs in an effort to close a $4.5-million budget shortfall. Some workers were laid off, while others decided to take early retirement.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 27, 1991 | MARK I. PINSKY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Irvine's cultural programs survived the city's budget ax Tuesday, the same day the city's Fine Arts Center received a boost from the National Endowment for the Arts. Although a two-year total of $430,000 was pared from fiscal 1991-93 budgets for various cultural programs--$100,000 more in cuts than originally proposed--there were no layoffs and the city's newly established Cultural Affairs Commission will remain in existence.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 8, 1993 | SHELBY GRAD
Officials have unveiled a $63.6-million operating budget that proposes the elimination of 33 full-time city jobs but doesn't call for any tax increases and service cuts. The 1993-94 fiscal year budget, presented at a recent Finance Committee meeting, is scheduled to go before the City Council next month. City Manager Paul O. Brady Jr. said earlier this week that the cuts are necessary to help close a $3.5-million shortfall.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 25, 1993 | SHELBY GRAD
After agreeing to increases in arts and police funding, the City Council this week tentatively approved a $63.6-million budget for the 1993-94 fiscal year. The council's unanimous vote came early Wednesday after members reviewed and debated aspects of the plan. The budget balances the city's books without raising taxes or significantly cutting services. It was generally praised by council members, who requested relatively few modifications when they first examined the plan earlier this month.
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