With Budget Cuts in Mind, Bloomberg Hands Out Raises to a Smaller Staff
Yesterday, we reported on the $2 billion worth in cuts that would skewer the budget in the next two full fiscal years. The main targets included the police, sanitation, corrections, education, and fire departments of New York City; overall, the mayor told the departments that they would have cut their overheard by 5.4 percent this year and 8 percent the following year. However, according to a Daily News report, it seems as if the Hozziner's staff in City Hall were not only immune from the chopping block but also actually received the spoils.
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