Okla. city manager freezes hiring amid revenue shortfall

02/13/2013 | McAlester News-Capital (Okla.)

McAlester, Okla., City Manager Pete Stasiak announced a hiring freeze after projecting a revenue shortfall of more than $1 million for this fiscal year. Stasiak told the City Council that sales tax revenue and water sales are down significantly. He says sales tax revenue dropped 9% in January and that the city is unlikely to make up the shortfall solely by cutting expenses.

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