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    "Ambushed?" Read It And Decide:

  • We Post Budget Memo From Baker, Lowenthal & Lerch, Given To Councilmembers At Sept. 17 Council Meeting, That Drew Bitter Responses From Carroll, Colonna and O'Neill
  • It's Now Part of Agenda For Special Monday Night Sept. 23 Budget Session

    (September 20, 2002) -- posts on a link below the budget memo with proposals by Councilmembers Dan Baker, Bonnie Lonwethal and Val Lerch, given to Councilmembers at the Sept. 17 Council meeting, that drew bitter responses from Mayor Beverly O'Neill, Vice Mayor Frank Colonna and Councilman Dennis Carroll.

    The memo and its proposals are now agendized as part of a special Sept. 23 Monday night Council budget session.

    To view the four page memo, click Baker-Lowenthal-Lerch budget memo (See note below)

    To view the memo's two attached data pages, click Memo's two attached data pages note: Page three of the memo includes a table listing projects in a shaded text box, which didn't reproduce clearly. FYI, the table text states:

    ADA improvements$6 million
    Neighborhood infrastructure (sidewalk)$24 million
    Unfunded local street repair$3 million
    Alley repairs (20% (50%)$7 million (or $17 million)
    TOTAL$40 million ($50 million)

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