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Tempe City Manager Charlie Meyer was fired Monday night at a City Council meeting.
“There ain’t nothin’ more powerful than the odor of mendacity!”
In this Jan 7, 2008 file photo, murder suspect Charlie Myers, 22, appears in a Franklin County Common Pleas Court in Columbus, Ohio. Authorities say Meyers stole a car in Columbus, then weeks later drove it to the owner's house in Dayton where he shot and killed a woman and abducted her 4-year-old son.
Tempe has offered a contract to the top staff official in the government of Virginia Beach, Va., to become its next city manager.
Tempe's forecast budget deficit may have doubled to $11 million, Mayor Hugh Hallman said Thursday, now that state officials are rethinking how badly the struggling economy will hurt Arizona.
A worsening budget situation may force Tempe, for the first time in its history, to lay off employees. Cutting 75 jobs by mid-2010 would bring the city’s books back into balance, City Manager Charlie Meyer said Friday.
The city of Tempe may have to cut as many as 100 jobs to survive the current economic slump that could leave the municipality with a $7 million deficit, the City Council learned Thursday night.
The city of Tempe will look to identify $30 million in cost cuts before the end of this month in order to stave off a projected budget deficit next year.
Tempe has never laid off employees because of economic troubles, civic leaders are proud to say, and they don't expect any during this current downturn. But that doesn't lessen the anxiety of planning how to ride out this recession.
One month into Tempe's fiscal year, and the budget is taking a hit.
Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman will celebrate the opening of a Mill Avenue donut shop this morning by slinging coffee and crullers.
Tempe is boosting security at City Hall in response to shootings at municipal buildings in other states, including the killing of five people last month in Kirkwood, Mo.
One of the rubber dams forming Tempe Town Lake is leaking air and the company that made it says it won’t make it again. Even more, as of yet there is no set cost for a replacement, but that’s somewhat moot because the city doesn’t have the money for a replacement anyway.
After Florida coach Urban Meyer answered reporters’ questions and received four national championship trophies on Tuesday morning, a yellow-jacketed Fiesta Bowl official closed the proceedings.
A look at key Tempe facts and figures
Tempe is holding two forums this month to share information about the city’s budget outlook and to get feedback and ideas from residents. Tempe anticipates cutting $1.5 million, or about 1 percent, from its 2011-12 budget that begins July 1, compared with nearly $35 million in cuts that were made a year ago. City Manager Charlie Meyer and Finance Director Ken Jones will lead the forums, which will cover operating budgets that pay for things like library services to transportation, to capital improvements like road maintenance. The forums are scheduled for 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. April 12 at the South Tempe Police Substation, 8201 S. Hardy Dr., and 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. April 19 at the City Council Chambers, 31 E. Fifth St. Free parking is available in the garage east of City Hall. More information on the budget is available at www.tempe.gov/budgetplan.
Tempe has selected five new top managers for a streamlined management structure that is designed to cut expenses as the city balances its budget.
Without debate, the Tempe City Council is in favor of cutting spending to balance an out-of-alignment budget.
Tempe leaders believed their city's health care plan for retirees was great but expensive, so in a time of pinching pennies they looked there for savings.
Guadalupe, seeking other providers for law enforcement services following a fight with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, has contacted Tempe officials to gauge their interest.
Tempe voters prevented further cuts in the city’s police, city courts, public works and community service departments by approving a .2 percent temporary sales-tax increase on Tuesday.
“These gangs are very, very dangerous. They are organized like a crime syndicate,” said Tempe City Mana ger Charlie Meyer (reported in the Arizona Republic, March 12).
This is it people, the long awaited day that Stephanie Meyer’s asinine chronicle of lame vampires, talking CGI werewolves, and the single worst female protagonist in all of fiction comes to a close. While the fandom may live on for decades, at least we’ll never have to suffer through one of these movies again.
The Scottsdale Trolley is heading into Orbit and now will land in Tempe. City leaders from Scottsdale and Tempe announced on Thursday the connection of the Scottsdale Trolley to Tempe's Orbit bus system.