LA City Hall Brings Out the Long Knives

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A few months ago, 22,000 unionized workers agreed to an early retirement deal when the City of Los Angeles promised no layoffs or furloughs for the next two years. But the LA Times has been a given a letter that lays the groundwork for eliminating 1000 jobs and privatizing city assets, including parking garages, golf courses and even the Van Nuys and Ontario airports.  David Zanheiser co-wrote the story.




Warren Olney