Justin McCarthy 
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Re: “SLO hones in on strategies to address pension shortfall

When the next recession hits, cities will have to consolidate and merge. Many cities already share the same essential services in the form of police and fire which are provided by county sheriffs and fire authorities. Often park and recreation are contracted to regional JPA's. Too much redundancy in the public sector increasing costs. Do three cities with a combined population of a 100,000 really need three city managers, three assistant city managers, three planning departments; etc., etc. Need to change the rules governing unions ability to make contributions to the politicians that they in turn negotiate labor contracts. Too much redundancy and unwieldy unions are driving costs.

Posted by Justin McCarthy on 01/10/2018 at 11:01 PM

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