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Faulconer asks city workers for bigger contribution

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In his first video message to city workers, Mayor Kevin Faulconer, today, thanked them for their work during the recovery, and told them, "Your hard work and dedication has not gone unnoticed." The over 10,000 member workforce is one of the new Mayor's answers for building an opportunity to successfully reform the San Diego government's work.

Meetings with agency directors and the city's labor unions already lined up changes to city government Faulconer plans on using. Creativity and innovation, he told workers, can start work at City Hall on unpredicted improvements to the city's practices.

"If you have an idea on how we can do things better, I would like to hear from you," Faulconer said in his message.

He said he is prepared to work together with "each and every" city worker to make San Diego government world-class. A government that can guarantee "the best possible service for San Diegans."

A lot of work needs to get done at 202 C Street, he reminded workers, to grow the local economy. The growth Faulconer counts on will give San Diego the "resources to do the best possible job."

Video messages will put the latest Mayor's words before workers eyes and ears on a regular basis.

This is a Center Line Policy Alert.



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