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  • CPS plans money-saving move to smaller headquarters

    CPS plans money-saving move to smaller headquarters
    Facing steep fiscal challenges, Chicago Public Schools plans to downsize central office operations by next fall. The district is considering moving its downtown offices, at 125 S. Clark St., a few blocks away, to 1 N. Dearborn St., the site of the...
  • Mayor pledges new, smaller speed camera system

    Mayor pledges new, smaller speed camera system
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake pledged Wednesday to move forward with a new but smaller speed camera system despite the spate of problems that troubled Baltimore's last two speed camera vendors. "You don't cut your nose off to spite your face,"...
  • CPS chief: District needs to downsize central office

    CPS chief: District needs to downsize central office
    Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett told board members today that the district should downsize central office operations to save money. CPS is considering moving its downtown offices at 125 S. Clark St. a few blocks away, to 1 N. Dearborn St....
  • Board of Education votes to move CPS headquarters

    Board of Education votes to move CPS headquarters
    Chicago’s Board of Education approved the leasing of a new downtown headquarters Wednesday, saying the move to smaller digs will help the financially troubled school district save $60 million over 15 years. CPS will relocate its offices from 125...
  • Steinberg seeks to restore mental health funds for criminals

    SACRAMENTO — Senate leader Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento) said Thursday that he will seek to restore a state program that funded county services for mentally ill people who run afoul of the law. After a decade of state funding, the Mentally...
  • Most L.A. County cities failing to protect historic sites, study says

    Most L.A. County cities failing to protect historic sites, study says
    Most of the 88 cities in Los Angeles County are failing to adequately protect historically important structures that are in danger of being razed, according to a new study by the Los Angeles Conservancy. The "Preservation Report Card" assigns an F to 51...
  • Many L.A. Unified school libraries, lacking staff, are forced to shut

    Many L.A. Unified school libraries, lacking staff, are forced to shut
    In the sun-filled space at the Roy Romer Middle School library, thousands of books invite students to stimulate their curiosity and let their imaginations soar. There is classic "Tom Sawyer" and popular "Harry Potter," biographies of Warren Buffett and...
  • Proposed Pentagon budget cuts would shrink Army, retire aircraft

    Proposed Pentagon budget cuts would shrink Army, retire aircraft
    WASHINGTON — The Army will shrink to its lowest troop levels since before World War II under a budget proposed Monday by the Obama administration that seeks to downsize the Pentagon from the wartime buildup of the last 13 years, and calls for...
  • Air control to be shut at Boca Raton, North Perry airports

    Air control to be shut at Boca Raton, North Perry airports
    Air-control facilities at the Boca Raton and North Perry airports are among 149 around the country that will be forced to close next month as a result of federal budget cuts through September, the Federal Aviation Administration announced on Friday. The...
  • Water district property tax rate to drop again

    Water district property tax rate to drop again
    The proposed property tax rate for the South Florida Water Management District drops for the second year in a row despite rising costs for Everglades restoration. The district board Thursday evening gave initial approval to a $619 million budget for the...
  • Monday Morning Reads: Budget cuts hit poor, pork projects and health insurance

    TALLAHASSEE -- Good morning and happy Monday.   Here's what we're reading this morning.   * Sun-Sentinel writes that federal budget cuts are hitting programs that feed the poor.   *Orlando Sentinel reports on the massive insurance sign up...