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Los Angeles may find itself in a worse financial situation than envisioned in the mayor's proposed budget for the next fiscal year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, city officials said today.
As officials moved to allow more businesses to reopen on a limited basis, nearly 50 more COVID-19 deaths were reported today across L.A. County.
The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on the Los Angeles city budgeting process, with revenue projections much lower than anticipated and cuts anticipated for departments in the next fiscal year, city administrators said today.
A day after telling Angelenos the coronavirus pandemic is wreaking more financial havoc on Los Angeles than the 2008 recession, Mayor Eric Garcetti released a proposed 2020-21 budget today that calls for reducing services and furloughing about 15,000 municipal workers for roughly a month.
Mayor Eric Garcetti Sunday warned that municipal services will reduced due to dramatic revenue losses and thousands of employees will be furloughed for about a month in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Mirroring an action previously announced by Los Angeles County, Mayor Eric Garcetti Wednesday said all Los Angeles city parks will be closed Saturday evening into Monday to prevent people from gathering on Easter Sunday.
Mayor Eric Garcetti Tuesday mandated that workers in essential businesses such as grocery stores and restaurants wear face coverings due to the coronavirus outbreak, while also authorizing businesses to refuse service to customers who aren't wearing them.
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation today reminded motorists of the city's decision to ease up on some -- but not all -- parking enforcement during the coronavirus outbreak.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti today raised the city's emergency response status to its highest level due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, and he issued a series of new orders for the city, including delaying payment of parking tickets.
Gov. Gavin Newsom today ordered all bars in California to close temporarily due to the coronavirus, directed restaurants to reduce their capacity by half, and said all state residents older than 65 are required to self-quarantine in their homes.