San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders this week vetoed part of the $3.3 billion all-funds budget approved by the City Council, deleting 62 jobs he said the city couldn’t afford.

Sanders, who was reelected to a second term as mayor on June 3, proposed 121 job cuts in the budget he submitted to the council, but the legislators added back 62 positions, most at libraries and parks, after independent budget analyst Andrea Tevlin proposed an inter-fund transfer that would pay for them.

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