- Why are some department heads still slated for salary increases?
- Why is any management position slated for a salary increase?
- What are the exact positions (with salary and benefits) that are being cut?
- How many of those are currently not filled positions?
- Are any of the lay-offs resulting in people being moved from General Fund departments to Special Enterprise departments?
- How many people in management are being laid off?
- How many people making over $100,000 annually are being cut?
- What is the exact amount fore casted for revenue from the businesses listed in the budget as "revenue?" (i.e. TESLA, LB Studios, Vespa Motors, etc.)
- How much sales tax did the City give away to Best Buy?
- Why would the Mayor and City Manager propose cutting positions from parking ticket collections when it is a revenue producing department?
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Sunday, August 2, 2009
I have read the entire city budget -- all 600 pages -- and I have a number of questions:
Posted by Gerrie Schipske at Sunday, August 02, 2009
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