Thursday, April 09, 2020

Johnson County Workers Hit With MASSIVE Coronavirus Shortfall Furlough

Golden Ghetto tightens its belt amid harsh times . . .

"Johnson County has furloughed more than 260 employees and will cut about $20 million from its budget, officials announced Thursday."

Read more on the financial crunch:

Stay-at-home order having big economic impact on local businesses, city revenues

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Ripple effects from "stay at home" orders are hitting local businesses hard. City leaders in Overland Park forecast a $25 million shortfall in the city's annual budget due to uncollected sales tax. The shortfall stems from local business closures, many of which were deemed non-essential.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who wouda thought closing down businesses for the flu would destroy the economy, especially small locally owned businesses. Don't worry, the big corporations will be fine and will gladly hire you back at lower wages and less benefits.

Anonymous said...

this is turning out to be real, not just a simulation.

Anonymous said...

Will this lead to a depression before it's over?

Anonymous said...

5:26...no, of course not! Everything will be just fine.

Anonymous said...

Now hiring. Robot mechanics and maintenance. $5.50 an hour to start. Please apply by Jan 1, 2015.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Good on you @5:31. An honest LOL right there.