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June 29, 1995
They've upped gas and water bills, increased parking meter fees, frozen hiring. Now Long Beach officials are asking workers to take a day off without pay during the coming budget year. The "voluntary furlough" program approved by the City Council this week is a relatively meager part of the $40 million in belt-tightening that was required to balance the city's $364.7-million general fund budget. The measure is expected to raise $150,000, city budget officials say.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 8, 1995
Instead of laying off city employees, Long Beach Mayor Beverly O'Neill has come up with a better way to help trim the city budget: send them home to relax awhile. Unveiling a new voluntary furlough program Thursday, O'Neill estimated that Long Beach can save $150,000 a year if at least 700 of its 5,000 employees stay home one day a year without pay or give up saved vacation time.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 8, 1995
Instead of laying off city employees, Long Beach Mayor Beverly O'Neill has come up with a better way to help trim the city budget: send them home to relax awhile. Unveiling a new voluntary furlough program Thursday, O'Neill estimated that Long Beach can save $150,000 a year if at least 700 of its 5,000 employees stay home one day a year without pay or give up saved vacation time.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 1995
They've upped gas and water bills, increased parking meter fees, frozen hiring. Now Long Beach officials are asking workers to take a day off without pay during the coming budget year. The "voluntary furlough" program approved by the City Council this week is a relatively meager part of the $40 million in belt-tightening that was required to balance the city's $364.7-million general fund budget. The measure is expected to raise $150,000, city budget officials say.
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