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August 24, 1990 | LILY ENG and GREG HERNANDEZ
Despite two months of study and debate, the City Council is still wrangling over the city's $218-million budget because contracts with the police and fire unions have not been settled. Santa Ana is the largest city in the county without a final 1990-91 budget at hand. The council missed its own deadline last month for passing the budget. The city councils of Irvine and Westminster have not passed final budgets either. "We're being held hostage by the contracts," said Mayor Daniel H.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 24, 1990 | LILY ENG and GREG HERNANDEZ
Despite two months of study and debate, the City Council is still wrangling over the city's $218-million budget because contracts with the police and fire unions have not been settled. Santa Ana is the largest city in the county without a final 1990-91 budget at hand. The council missed its own deadline last month for passing the budget. The city councils of Irvine and Westminster have not passed final budgets either. "We're being held hostage by the contracts," said Mayor Daniel H.
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