Supes to vote on spending $7M

Four months into the fiscal year, the Board of Supervisors will vote Tuesday on whether to spend $7 million in the city’s approximate $25 million operating budget reserve fund to prevent the laying off of more than 150 certified nursing assistants and clerical workers.

The spending plan is being pushed by the Service Employees International Union Local 1021, the largest city employees union which represents the health workers.
 

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