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(Studio) Contd. reaction to taxpayer revolt in California, brought to fruition by Prop. 13, reported Situations in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego described. Upcoming series of reports on effects of prop. on one California community noted.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Culver City, California) Background of Culver City, California, which depended on motion picture industry in early days of development, given. Present city described. Report is on effect of tax cut on school system. [School Supt. Dr. Edward GREENBLAT - calls for summer programs to be canceled and layoffs and freezing of positions in employment areas.] [Teacher Phil COTT - describes effects of cutbacks on teaching situation.] Less serious effects of cuts to city employees and services detailed. [City cnclman. Richard ALEXANDER - lists uncertainties city conts. to have and preparations for dealing with them.] Residents wait to see how much state money they'll get from legislature in Sacramento mentioned.
REPORTER: Tom Schell
- Reasoner, Harry;
- Schell, Tom
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