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City Suspends ‘Non-Essential’ Spending

The Grass Valley City Council has voted to tighten its pocketbook…

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Interim City Administrator Tim Kiser, making that request to the council, which was granted at last night’s meeting. The suspension is for 60 days, which Kiser says will give city staff time to evaluate its finances…

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There were a couple of police cars that were scheduled to be purchased, which will have to wait…

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The city was originally scheduled to pay a 200-dollar meal stipend for seven staff members to attend an emergency management course in Maryland. Now only three will go–one from the Police Department, one from the Fire Department, and one from city staff. Kiser says the 60-day freeze will not affect the day-to-day operations of the city.

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