Steve Diels

City of Redondo Beach

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Treasurer and former city councilman of the City of Redondo Beach, former president of the League of California Cities, Los Angeles Division

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At the moment there does not seem to be an alternative to the deep federal budget cuts, known as the " sequester ," going into effect on Friday.

What Will the Looming Austerity Cuts Mean for Los Angeles?

At the moment there does not seem to be an alternative to the deep federal budget cuts, known as the " sequester ," going into effect on Friday.

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