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March 4, 1995 | RUSS LOAR
The jobs of the Irvine Unified School District's 930 permanent teachers appear to be safe under the latest budget-cutting plan to be scrutinized by school board members Tuesday night. But in preparation for a worst-case scenario of cutting $3 million from next school year's $100-million budget, trustees will vote on sending layoff notices to all 120 temporary teachers in the district and 30 administrators.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 4, 1995 | RUSS LOAR
The jobs of the Irvine Unified School District's 930 permanent teachers appear to be safe under the latest budget-cutting plan to be scrutinized by school board members Tuesday night. But in preparation for a worst-case scenario of cutting $3 million from next school year's $100-million budget, trustees will vote on sending layoff notices to all 120 temporary teachers in the district and 30 administrators.
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January 4, 1995 | MARK PLATTE and MATT LAIT and RUSS LOAR, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Orange County's financial crisis headed for an especially gloomy turn Tuesday as county officials prepared to announce 80 layoffs of government workers today and confronted warnings that they could need up to $170 million to balance the budget over the next six months.
NEWS
January 4, 1995 | MARK PLATTE and MATT LAIT and RUSS LOAR, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Orange County's financial crisis headed for an especially gloomy turn Tuesday as county officials prepared to announce 80 layoffs of government workers today and confronted warnings that they could need up to $170 million to balance the budget over the next six months.
NEWS
January 4, 1995 | MARK PLATTE MATT LAIT and SHELBY GRAD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Orange County's financial crisis headed for an especially gloomy turn Tuesday as county officials prepared to announce 80 layoffs of government workers today and confronted warnings that they could need up to $170 million to balance the budget over the next six months. The terrible strain of the county's $2 billion in investment fund losses also began to show in one of Southern California's most highly regarded public school systems. With a bond payment of $54.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 1993 | JON NALICK
Facing a $1.6-million budget shortfall, Westminster School District officials are considering laying off dozens of employees, including teachers, custodians and health aides. "It is with a heavy heart that I make these recommendations tonight. All these programs are good and all are needed by our youngsters," Supt. Gail Wickstrom said Thursday. "We are in a fiscal crisis in the state and in Westminster, but I suppose the buck stops here."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 13, 1991 | LISA MASCARO
The Newport-Mesa Unified School District will send layoff notices today to more than 100 employees as part of long-discussed cuts to help the district balance a budget shortfall. The school board approved sending out the notices, which will eliminate 53 positions--about half of them for instructional and teacher aides--at its meeting this week. The layoffs, which are effective Jan.
NEWS
January 4, 1995 | MARK PLATTE MATT LAIT and SHELBY GRAD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Orange County's financial crisis headed for an especially gloomy turn Tuesday as county officials prepared to announce 80 layoffs of government workers today and confronted warnings that they could need up to $170 million to balance the budget over the next six months. The terrible strain of the county's $2 billion in investment fund losses also began to show in one of Southern California's most highly regarded public school systems. With a bond payment of $54.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 1993 | JON NALICK
Facing a $1.6-million budget shortfall, Westminster School District officials are considering laying off dozens of employees, including teachers, custodians and health aides. "It is with a heavy heart that I make these recommendations tonight. All these programs are good and all are needed by our youngsters," Supt. Gail Wickstrom said Thursday. "We are in a fiscal crisis in the state and in Westminster, but I suppose the buck stops here."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 13, 1991 | LISA MASCARO
The Newport-Mesa Unified School District will send layoff notices today to more than 100 employees as part of long-discussed cuts to help the district balance a budget shortfall. The school board approved sending out the notices, which will eliminate 53 positions--about half of them for instructional and teacher aides--at its meeting this week. The layoffs, which are effective Jan.
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