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Contra Costa County Slashes Budget
County supervisors revoke 33 percent pay increase

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  Reacting to outrage among taxpayers and their own unions, Contra Costa supervisors have decided to revoke their controversial pay increase

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  Officials are warning that more budget cuts could be coming in 2010, even after supervisors moved to slash millions of dollars of county spending

  Contra Costa supervisors are considering trimming another $15 million from the budget. The plan does not call for layoffs
Aug.14 CC County Planning More Layoffs  County officials seek to cut another $50 million from the county's budget. The next round of cuts will hit health programs and social services Mar.31 County Cuts Health Care, Deputies  Contra Contra County Supervisors approved $50 million in budget cuts that will slash deeply into every department Feb.26 CC County adminstrator urges more cuts  Fewer deputies on the roads and less help for the indigent may be in the future for Contra Costa as officials move to balance the county's budget

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Nov.5 Beavers May Be Euthanized
  The city is considering euthanizing a family of beavers that built a large dam on the Alhambra Creek

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Jun.27 Contra Costa County Employees Walk Out
  Thousands of public employees walked off the job in a strike that crippled medical centers, social services

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Jan.18 Vessel ordinance  The Contra Costa County voted unanimously to establish vessel sanitation and mooring regulations in waterways

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Nov.3 Voters ousted county supervisor
  Contra Costa County Supervisor Millie Greenberg lost the race for District 3 to opponent Mary Nejedly Piepho Mar.24 Supervisors banning sale of sniper rifles
  Contra Costa County controversial ordinance is banning the sale of .50-caliber rifles in the unincorporated parts

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Sep.1 County bracing for $25-million cut  Contra Costa County Treasurer says new state budget will mean cutbacks Aug.3 Budget Cuts Threaten Hotline in County  Stand Against Domestic Violence and Crisis Center could be affected Jun.27 Supervisors voted for 1,400-unit project
  Opponents of a Danville project are regrouping for a last fight after the supervisors voted 4-1 in favor of the project

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Jun.2 Audit of County Health Department  Grand jury charging the agency with exceeding its planned budget

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Jan.26 Race-Neutral Plan For Contracts Okd
  Contra Costa replaced the county's old affirmative action program with a plan designed to promote small businesses

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