N.M. city manager presents balanced budget

Santa Fe, N.M., City Manager Robert Romero has proposed a balanced budget to the City Council that would not borrow from reserves or other funds and would not reduce jobs or health-insurance benefits or increase taxes or fees. The plan would cut 24 permanent and 16 temporary positions that are vacant, reduce hours at libraries, freeze wages for 1,400 workers and hold less money on hand for overtime and standby pay.

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