Dallas City Manager Warns Employees Of Tough Times Due To Reduction Of Sales Tax Revenue During COVID-19 PandemicThe Dallas City Council will be briefed on May 6 on expense reductions because of the significant drop in sales tax revenue.
COVID-19 Budget Shortfall In North Richland Hills Results In Across The Board Employee Pay CutsBad news for full-time workers in the City of North Richland Hills. Leaders there announced Thursday that there are going to be immediate budget and pay cuts as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Employees Staying Fit Saves Taxpayers Millions In Fort Worth, City Manager SaysCity Manager David Cooke said there are about 12,000 employees, retirees and dependents enrolled in the city’s healthcare program.
Fort Worth Pension Fund Saved By Vote In Support Of New PlanNearly 60 percent of employees who voted, voted in favor of the plan. They'll start contributing more to the fund starting in July and the city will contribute more as well.
Fort Worth City Employees Threaten To Sue City Over Possible Change To Retirement Benefits"If our COLAs (cost of living adjustments) go, we will go to court over this, absolutely," said retired Fort Worth firefighter Jim Tate.
Suspects Steal Credit Information Of 500 City EmployeesInvestigators with the Fort Worth Police Department are searching for some brazen criminals and they're asking for your help.
Dallas City Council Approves Benefits To Same Sex Spouses Of City EmployeesThe Dallas City Council has voted to extend retirement benefits to the same sex spouses of city employees.