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June 28, 1995 | JEFF BEAN
Three city employees have received layoff notices, and a fourth full-time employee will have his hours halved as part of a plan to cover a $210,000 budget deficit. City Manager George Scarborough said this week that the layoffs in the city's engineering and planning departments for fiscal 1995-96 were based in large part on a slowdown in local construction. "It is reflective of the continued decline in the building and construction industry," Scarborough said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 28, 1995 | JEFF BEAN
Three city employees have received layoff notices, and a fourth full-time employee will have his hours halved as part of a plan to cover a $210,000 budget deficit. City Manager George Scarborough said this week that the layoffs in the city's engineering and planning departments for fiscal 1995-96 were based in large part on a slowdown in local construction. "It is reflective of the continued decline in the building and construction industry," Scarborough said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 30, 1994 | JEFFREY BEAN
The city has laid off one employee and cut the hours of four others to trim $100,000 from the budget. A full-time senior planner was laid off this week, while three full-time community service coordinators and a full-time secretary in the city manager's office saw their hours reduced to between 20 and 35 hours per week, City Manager George Scarborough said Friday. The cuts were not unexpected.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 30, 1994 | JEFFREY BEAN
The city has laid off one employee and cut the hours of four others to trim $100,000 from the budget. A full-time senior planner was laid off this week, while three full-time community service coordinators and a full-time secretary in the city manager's office saw their hours reduced to between 20 and 35 hours per week, City Manager George Scarborough said Friday. The cuts were not unexpected.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 11, 1991 | LEN HALL
Faced with a shortfall of nearly $1 million, the city has imposed a hiring freeze and is considering layoffs. While the city has experienced increases in revenues from sales and property taxes, the "dramatic recession in the building industry" is being blamed for the projected $909,000 shortfall in San Juan Capistrano's income, according to George Scarborough, assistant city manager. The shortfall represents about a 10% decrease in projected revenues for the city's $11-million operations budget.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 11, 1991 | LEN HALL
Faced with a shortfall of nearly $1 million, the city has imposed a hiring freeze and is considering layoffs. While the city has experienced increases in revenues from sales and property taxes, the "dramatic recession in the building industry" is being blamed for the projected $909,000 shortfall in San Juan Capistrano's income, according to George Scarborough, assistant city manager. The shortfall represents about a 10% decrease in projected revenues for the city's $11-million operations budget.
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