Not among the changes is a shift in the city employees' health insurance plan that would reduce city costs but largely increase the employees' health expenses.
Among the proposals:
(ASTERISK) 1 percent raise for salaried city employees.
(ASTERISK) Cut grant funding to 25 nonprofits receiving funding by 25 percent, except for United Neighborhoods of
(ASTERISK) Reduce the computer services department income tax fund by
At the end of last month's budget hearings, finance chairman
"The deficit is much bigger, and expenses are much higher than we thought, so more should go for the deficit, in my opinion," he said.
To offset rising costs, the mayor's office wants to change city employee health insurance plans to a high-deductible, high out-of-pocket expense plan with a health savings account.
"Last year things were just thrown out right and left that night, and it's really hard to look at things and decipher them when you just get things thrown at you that evening. ... Let us know what you're thinking ahead of time," Mosby said.
McGinn also announced Monday that he's asked
"So no one should be surprised. No one can call me a liar or a cheat or that I'm not transparent. It's coming," McGinn said.
In other business, the
Per the approved ordinance, the carts can't be put at the curb earlier than
Violators will receive warnings from the utility and could ultimately be fined if they don't follow the guidelines.
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