Los Angeles Times – San Bernardino city officials Tuesday night were weighing a dramatic austerity plan for the insolvent city that would close libraries, slash jobs and contract out some services to the private sector. The plan would shave $22.4 million off the city’s $45.8-million general fund budget deficit — equal to about 30 percent of the general fund budget. Milton Clark, president of the San Bernardino City Library Board of Trustees and the CSUSB associate vice president for undergraduate studies, is also is quoted in the story.
This article was published Sept. 5, 2012.
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