Mayor Tony Marquez last month asked the city administration to reduce the number of take-home cars and city-issued cell phones.
This week, City Manager Sharon Caballero presented a plan on how the city could achieve that goal.
However, one official said he wasn’t notified about the city’s decisions before they were announced. He said his office needs a car.
The city has 41 cell phones — 12 of which are for the Police and Fire departments. Officials agreed that none of the public safety phones should be taken away.
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