Los Angeles County chief executive officer William Fujioka this week proposed a $22.8 billion all-funds budget that cuts spending by $415 million, or 1.8%.

General governmental spending would fall by $127 million, or 0.7%, to $18 billion. Fujioka proposes closing a $300 million gap between the cost of providing current services and expected local revenues with $107.2 million of spending cuts, $115.5 million of reserves, and $77.7 million of federal stimulus dollars.

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