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June 19, 1994 | BOB ELSTON
City officials are trying to balance the municipal budget for the coming year by cutting about $1.1 million without resorting to increased taxes or laying off city employees. To help make those cuts, City Manager Todd W. Argow has proposed cutting nine vacant city jobs, including five civilian positions in the Police Department, closing the municipal swimming pool between November and January and for two hours each afternoon year-round, and tapping $500,000 in reserve funds. The $18.
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June 19, 1994 | BOB ELSTON
City officials are trying to balance the municipal budget for the coming year by cutting about $1.1 million without resorting to increased taxes or laying off city employees. To help make those cuts, City Manager Todd W. Argow has proposed cutting nine vacant city jobs, including five civilian positions in the Police Department, closing the municipal swimming pool between November and January and for two hours each afternoon year-round, and tapping $500,000 in reserve funds. The $18.
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NEWS
July 18, 1993
The city is considering a plan to increase assessment fees by about $5 a month to help close a $1.3-million budget shortfall and avoid reducing police and park services. In the past three fiscal years, the city has lost $2 million to the state, including $759,000 last year. Without raising any additional money, the city may have to reduce its 91-member police force by eight officers and eliminate its anti-gang unit.
NEWS
July 18, 1993
The city is considering a plan to increase assessment fees by about $5 a month to help close a $1.3-million budget shortfall and avoid reducing police and park services. In the past three fiscal years, the city has lost $2 million to the state, including $759,000 last year. Without raising any additional money, the city may have to reduce its 91-member police force by eight officers and eliminate its anti-gang unit.
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