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May 21, 1997 | STEVE CARNEY
The City Council breezed through the 1997-98 budget because most of the work had been done three months earlier. When Proposition 218 passed last fall, it created a $2.8-million shortfall in the city's $22.7-million budget by effectively outlawing the city's lighting and landscaping taxing district, which paid for beach, park and street-light maintenance. In February, the city staff drew up a budget saving $1.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1997 | STEVE CARNEY
The City Council breezed through the 1997-98 budget because most of the work had been done three months earlier. When Proposition 218 passed last fall, it created a $2.8-million shortfall in the city's $22.7-million budget by effectively outlawing the city's lighting and landscaping taxing district, which paid for beach, park and street-light maintenance. In February, the city staff drew up a budget saving $1.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 7, 1997 | FRANK MESSINA
The City Council on Wednesday laid off more than 20 city workers, among the first public employees in Orange County to lose their jobs as a result of the passage of Proposition 218. Seeking to make up a $2.8-million shortfall in the city's $21-million budget for fiscal 1997-98, the council also passed a sweeping package of cutbacks and fee increases. The council will ask voters to approve a 2.5% utility tax increase in June, which could raise about $1.2 million.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 7, 1997 | FRANK MESSINA
The City Council on Wednesday laid off more than 20 city workers, among the first public employees in Orange County to lose their jobs as a result of the passage of Proposition 218. Seeking to make up a $2.8-million shortfall in the city's $21-million budget for fiscal 1997-98, the council also passed a sweeping package of cutbacks and fee increases. The council will ask voters to approve a 2.5% utility tax increase in June, which could raise about $1.2 million.
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