Sunday, December 21, 2014

Full text of city's five-year plan with potential cuts

The Nutter administration says it will need to make severe cuts if the city loses an appeal of the arbitration award for firefighters.

Full text of city's five-year plan with potential cuts

The Nutter administration says it will need to make severe cuts if the city loses an appeal of the arbitration award for firefighters.  

Check out the possible cuts yourself in the the addendum to the city's five-year plan, which Mayor Nutter's aides provided to the fiscal watchdog Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority on Thursday. (The cuts are outlined beginning on pg. 21.)

Finance director Rob Dubow says he expects the city will win the appeal, so it won't need to implement the proposed cuts.

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