LOS ANGELES — The City Council in San Bernardino, Calif., approved a “pre-pendency” plan Wednesday that outlines $22 million in spending cuts to help the city chip away at the $45.8 million deficit that led it to declare bankruptcy in July.

The council retained plans to cut 100 city positions, outlined in the city management’s original plan, but made adjustments about where the cuts would come from.

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