Six candidates vying for the chance to become Hollywood’s next city manager will have their chance during individual interviews Friday.
Six candidates vying for the chance to become Hollywood’s next city manager will be in Hollywood on Thursday and Friday as part of the recruitment process. The news comes seven months after the previous city manager was ousted over a $10 million budget shortfall.
A request by Senator Eleanor Sobel to have the state’s Auditor General take a closer look at the City of Hollywood’s books has been approved by the legislature.
Voters in Hollywood have spoken — they want pension reform for city employees.
The city of Hollywood took a first step Monday to solving a multi-million dollar budget shortfall by passing a budget that raises taxes on homeowners, maintains salary cuts for employees and trims millions from employee pension plans.
Hollywood residents will go to the polls on Tuesday to cast their ballots as to whether pensions given to city employees along with police and firefighters should be cut.
Homeowners in Hollywood could see their property taxes go up as city leaders try to make up for a projected multi-million dollar budget shortfall.
Raising taxes, increasing fees and reducing employee benefits will all be on the block when Hollywood commissioners meet in a workshop Thursday to try and figure out how to bridge a $25 million budget gap for the upcoming year.