Thursday, September 11, 2014

Why you should vote against Prop A and for Prop L

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See also this from Beyond Chron.

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At 1:02 PM, Blogger Rkeezy said...

Let's see...

Doubled overhead
5x the debt service (interest on all these bonds we take out)
25% increase in pensions (fringe)

200M increase in expenditures. I'm glad to see the capital investment (if that's what "overlay" means) go up, but you can see the money spent on materials (buses, LRV's, trackets, etc.) has basically stayed static.

What is "operating transfers out"? That has gone up 10x.

As far as salaries go, I know my salary hasn't increased by 21% since 2010.

At 11:35 AM, Blogger Rob Anderson said...

Yes, and all that money has only fed the bureaucracy in City Hall, not provided a better Muni system. And they want city voters to give them another $500 million in November!


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