The leadership didn't meet today and no further meetings are scheduled at this point. The staff is still meeting daily in search of possible agreement. A deal could pop up any day, or this could drag on until mid-April, when Gov. Schwarzenegger and his allies face a deadline for submitting the signatures to qualify their initiative for the ballot.
Posted by dweintraub at 4:48 PM
San Diego continues to lead the state in local pension problems, or at least in disclosing them. Here is the latest update on the county's growing retirement fund deficit, from the San Diego Union.
Posted by dweintraub at 6:53 AM