CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 1995 |
The city is considering laying off a maintenance worker, reducing tree-trimming and cleaning services and slashing most operating expenses to chop spending by $58,000. Those cuts, coupled with expenses deferred to next year's budget, should bring the total savings to $100,000, city officials said. The cuts mean the city's seven employees will have "to do more with less," City Manager Fred Maley said this week. The council will take formal action on the budget cuts Oct. 31.