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Taxpayers' Revolt / California #499628

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 09, 1978
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(Studio) Report on aftermath of taxpayers' revolt in California.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Yolo Cnty., California) Details given about county cutbacks in employees; Yolo Cnty., California, given as example Sheriff's deputy Mark Smith has received notice; extent of such notices described. [WOMAN - gives out notices.] [Cnty. admin. David ROWLANDS - discusses additional costs each day of delay in layoffs.] Layoffs of all firemen at West Sacramento Fire Department reported [Fireman Tom McDUFFIE - notes that July 1 is his 10th anniversary as fireman. Hopes authors of Jarvis-Gann prop. think they've done right thing.] Lack of fire protection of Port of Sacramento unless state takes action noted. Yolo Cnty.'s proximity to Sacramento mentioned.
REPORTER: Rick Davis

Chancellor, John;
Davis, Rick

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