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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 18, 1996 | JOSH MEYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Citing his concerns about the early release of dangerous prisoners, Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky issued an "alternative" budget proposal Monday that would open part of the Twin Towers jail facility and provide for 1,100 additional inmate beds. In a letter to his board colleagues, Yaroslavsky said he wants to cut $50 million from the $11.9-billion budget proposed recently by outgoing Chief Administrative Officer Sally Reed.
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June 3, 2000 | DAN MORAIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A state senator Friday called for a new hearing on a $4-million request by the California Highway Patrol to pay for crowd control at the Democratic National Convention, while the head of the CHP said he was surprised to learn about some of the items included in the budget request. D.O.
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June 3, 2000 | DAN MORAIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A state senator Friday called for a new hearing on a $4-million request by the California Highway Patrol to pay for crowd control at the Democratic National Convention, while the head of the CHP said he was surprised to learn about some of the items included in the budget request. D.O.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 18, 1996 | JOSH MEYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Citing his concerns about the early release of dangerous prisoners, Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky issued an "alternative" budget proposal Monday that would open part of the Twin Towers jail facility and provide for 1,100 additional inmate beds. In a letter to his board colleagues, Yaroslavsky said he wants to cut $50 million from the $11.9-billion budget proposed recently by outgoing Chief Administrative Officer Sally Reed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 2000 | MARGARET TALEV, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Supervisors agreed Tuesday they want to give their top administrator more power to keep them out of future financial misadventures, but they have yet to agree on just what those powers should be. So they asked him to write his own job description. Harry Hufford, a proven administrator who previously guided Los Angeles County out of financial trouble, was hired in January to succeed Chief Administrative Officer David L. Baker.
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