The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors trimmed $28.7 million from the fiscal 2010 budget in the second round of cuts aimed at eliminating a projected $138.2 million shortfall in revenue next year.

The county reduced the budget by $32.6 million in the first series of cuts, and is expected to cut at least another $20 million in a third round.

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