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California / Municipal Spending / Maywood and Bell #976647

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 23, 2010
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Maywood, California: George Lewis) The outrage in 2 California communities over municipal spending featured; scenes shown of the uproar at the city council meeting in Bell; details given about the high salaries for Bell officials, including Robert Rizzo†, Randy Adams† and Angela Spaccia†, and the decision in Maywood to oust all its municipal employees. [California attorney general Jerry BROWN†- wonders how Bell can pay such exorbitant salaries.] [Los Angeles County sheriff’s department Lt. Sam ARRELLANO†- comments on working law enforcement in Maywood.] [Maywood Councilman Felipe AGUIRRE††- cites savings from not having a police department.] [Political columnist Dan WALTERS†- notes all local governments in California are feeling the pinch.]

Holt, Lester;
Lewis, George

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