Forecaster: Ending CalPERS would be c...

Forecaster: Ending CalPERS would be costly for Stockton

There are 1 comment on the RecordNET story from Oct 25, 2012, titled Forecaster: Ending CalPERS would be costly for Stockton. In it, RecordNET reports that:

Struggling through a bankruptcy reorganization, the city of Stockton has slashed its work force - including the ranks of firefighters and police - cut salaries and is in the process of eliminating its retirees' health care benefits.

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mztza

Mesa, AZ

#1 Oct 27, 2012
yes, it's the angry one again.
well it looks like the board and city elect are at it again.
what the people need to do is get them out of office.
elect honest and no nonsense people, who won't put up with nonsense and excuses.
isn't anybody making them accountable for their lies.
the people need to get themselves a lawyer (an honest one) to make sure their walk is strait.
also they need to get a forensic accountants, to see where the money has gone.

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