The Balancing Act: Toxic waste travels ‘uphill’

By From page A4 | June 16, 2014

“She left the city in rubble,” said Lloyd Oneto, an Ione city councilman speaking of former Ione City Manager Kim Kerr. “When she was hired in 2007 the city had $8 million in the local agency investment fund (the city’s main bank account). When she left in 2011, it had a negative balance of $800,000. “When I ran for city council in 2010, I ran on fiscal responsibility,” continued Oneto.

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