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members will meet today to consider the pay cut. The union has also been asked to consider a fire station "brownout" that would affect one fire station in the city on a weekly, rotating basis by closing it for two days over a six Omega Watches Blue

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day period. Blinkinsop says the union won't support this proposal. Representatives with the Colton Police Officers' Association weren't able to be reached for comment Wednesday. The concessions administration has asked for will only account for about half of the projected shortfall, Assistant City Manager Mark Nuaimi said. The remainder will be made up through operational changes. "This is not being balanced on (employees') backs exclusively," Nuaimi said. Department of Housing and Urban Development, are normally used for capital projects, but the city may use them to deal with the issue. "We are looking at using CDBG funding to provide services to our community that are Omega Seamaster 300 Vintage 1960 currently budgeted as General Fund," Nuaimi said in an e mail. "These could possibly include Teen Center staffing, Code Enforcement, road maintenance, and (police) services in CDBG areas." Interim City Manager Bob Miller said administration will take the pay cut too and has been up front and open with unions regarding the issue. "It comes down to real people and their jobs and we're taking it very serious," Miller said. "But when you have a problem you have to deal with it." About $1.5 million of the $5 million shortfall is the result of the state requesting money back that it mistakenly overpaid the city in the 2008 09 fiscal year, Nuaimi said. The money is associated with the state's "triple flip" mechanism, which takes a quarter of the sales tax revenues from cities and counties at one point in the year to pay off state bond debt. Later in the year, the state reimburses what it took with the share of local property taxes it collects. The amount the state reimburses cities is based on revenue projections, not the actual revenues that are taken in, said Anita Gore, a spokeswoman with the state Board of Equalization. Hundreds of cities, including Colton, were reimbursed more money than the state took in during the 2008 09 fiscal year and have been sent notifications requiring it be paid back, Gore said. The situation resulted from the recession that began in 2008 and the massive, unexpected tax revenue drop that followed, Gore said. Based on this news, the city requested updated sales tax numbers from its revenue consultant HDL Cos. The numbers showed a downward trend which Omega Watches New Models

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´╗┐Colton unions expected to make decision today on 15 percent pay cut

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prompted administration to look at the trends of every revenue source, Miller said. Half of the city's revenue sources are now trending lower than expected and at the end of the year total revenues are expected to come in about $5 million less than originally projected when the 2009 10 fiscal year budget was adopted in July, Nuaimi said. "Through the rest of the year we'll be looking at (revenues) and tracking it very closely," Nuaimi said.

COLTON Unions representing city employees are expected to deliver their decisions today on a voluntary 15 percent salary cut that the city's administration has requested from every employee. An across the board pay cut is one strategy that's needed to close a projected $5 million revenue shortfall that's expected June 30, the close of the 2009 10 fiscal, officials say. Tom Ramsey, Colton's general unit representative for the San Bernardino Public Employees Association, describes the reaction from members as "total dismay to the point of futility." "They're not just public employees, they're flesh and blood people," Ramsey said. "These folks have to provide for their families, their kids." Ramsey didn't reveal Wednesday if the general unit had agreed to the proposal, but its decision would be delivered today, he said. Some layoffs are likely even if every union accepts the proposal, city officials say. Stan Stosel, assistant business manager for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 47, which represents employees of the the electric and water utilities, said it's unlikely members will agree to the pay cut. "We do want to do something to help out," Stosel said. "On the the other hand, we don't want everybody leaving and going to Edison." Union members may consider extending their contract with the city for another year without any pay increases, he said. Doug Blinkinsop, Colton's representative for San Bernardino County Firefighters Local 935, the city's fire union, said Omega Seamaster Automatic Vintage Gold

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