Pulido and Ream drop the hammer on ten Santa Ana employees

“Ten city workers lost their jobs on Friday as City Hall – struggling to keep its budget afloat in a grinding economic recession – carried out the first round of its planned layoffs,” according to the O.C. Register.

Interestingly, the employees came from the Community Development Agency, “where they helped bring together city departments and neighborhood or community groups. Others came from the Parks and Recreation agency, or from the planning department.”

It sure looks like the City targeted the Usual Suspect’s favorite departments…with the exception of Code Enforcement.  Pulido and Ream know better than to whack those guys.  The Usual Suspects would storm City Hall!

The city employee’s union always backs Pulido and his bunch.  I wonder who they will back two years from now?  And how many cuts are still on the way?  Maybe they can fire the parking lot attendants at City Hall, since the City spent a fortune on equipment that should allow you to check yourself out?

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