On Oct. 13, Finance Chair John Daley (D-11) gave all county elected officials and departments one week to submit budgets reflecting 10% cuts. Many started to take the process up during the temporary restraining order against the sweetened beverage tax. While a few departments proposed revenue to help fill the projected $200 million gap or cut even more than the 10% requested, some flatly refused to cut at all, arguing it would undermine their mandates. Some cut part of the way, and others gave vague suggestions without hard numbers. The Daily Line has linked to each department’s response below.

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