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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 1996
Buoyed by a surge in sales tax revenue and other signs that Long Beach is in the midst of an economic recovery, City Manager James C. Hankla introduced a two-year stopgap budget plan Tuesday that would avoid threatened layoffs. Hankla, while presenting a new city budget to the nine-member City Council, said Long Beach sales tax revenues increased 8.2% during the first quarter of 1996.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 1996
Buoyed by a surge in sales tax revenue and other signs that Long Beach is in the midst of an economic recovery, City Manager James C. Hankla introduced a two-year stopgap budget plan Tuesday that would avoid threatened layoffs. Hankla, while presenting a new city budget to the nine-member City Council, said Long Beach sales tax revenues increased 8.2% during the first quarter of 1996.
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