Cook County Board President Publicizes Cut Requests

Carvlin, Elizabeth
August 2001
Bond Buyer;8/2/2001, Vol. 337 Issue 31194, p3
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Reports the publication of 'Opportunities for Cost Savings,' issued by Cook County Board president John Stroger in Cook County, Illinois. Intention in the creation of '100 cuts' on budget requests; Approval of the officials on the budget cuts; Details of the recommendations on budget proposals.


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