Grover Beach to layoff six employees
May 8, 2012
As of July 1, the city will eliminate four full-time and two part-time administrative and clerical positions. In addition, because of a hiring freeze, four positions slated to be left vacant as employees retire will not be filled at this time.
The cuts will save the city about $350,000 a year.
Grover Beach property tax revenues have fallen about 12 percent during the past three years with similar declines in sales tax revenue. In response, city officials have also stalled many street repairs and city employees have agreed to concessions.