Budget swings leave Los Angeles dizzy

- latimes.com

Crediblity is strained as L.A. layoff numbers go from 4,000 to 750.

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on Tuesday laid out his rescue plan for a city mired in its worst fiscal crisis in a generation — an austerity budget that would cut library hours, scale back pothole repairs, freeze the hiring of firefighters and shut the agency that oversees neighborhood councils.


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