Ken Hunt

City Manager, City of Fontana

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Ken Hunt on KCRW

Governor Schwarzenegger  has made good on his threat  to fire part-time workers and cut 200,000 full-time salaries down to the minimum wage.  As that battle rages, Democrats and…

The Continuing Saga of the State Budget

Governor Schwarzenegger has made good on his threat to fire part-time workers and cut 200,000 full-time salaries down to the minimum wage.  As that battle rages, Democrats and…

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