Amador County Gets Triple-Flip Funds Restored
County Administrative Officer Chuck Iley said the signature on the state budget has occurred and the language to restore triple-flip funds to Amador and its cites avoided the vetoes.
Jim Reece, TSPNTV, July 7, 2012
Amador County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 Tuesday (July 3) to recall eight employees from a list of 24 layoffs after hearing that the county has received $1,148,000 in triple-flip funds thanks to language approved in the California state budget over the weekend.
... Iley said he would like to bring back as many employees as possible and the next two on the list are critical. Information Technology Systems Technician 2 would help other departments that rely on computers to do their work; and the building Department Inspector 2 would help with a 4-week-plus backlog in building inspections, at a time when they really don’t want delay. Supervisor Brian Oneto said he has “heard concerns from people trying to do projects.” Supervisor Chairman Louis Boitano said: “You too?” Supervisor John Plasse said: “We all have been hearing about it.” ...