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The administration’s latest claim regarding its tentative agreement (TA) with the firefighters’ union overstates projected savings by more than $11 million, according to a financial report from the City’s internal auditor Matt Clarkin.
Councilwoman Jo-Ann Ryan (Ward 5) will host a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, November 28th to celebrate the opening of a new recreation center at Pleasant View Elementary School.
The City Council approved first passage of an ordinance on Thursday that closes a legal loophole on the use of fireworks not currently regulated under state law.
As part of the City Council Finance Committee’s continued vetting of the administration’s precedent-setting 5-year proposed agreement with the firefighters’ union, a hearing was called on Tuesday evening to receive the administration’s formal testimony and supporting financial documents.