Thank Goodness, It’s Thursday

Gilroy Councilman Craig Gartman is proposing a 4-day 10-hour workweek for the city to save the city money, save employees money on gas, and reduce pollution.

The city of Gilroy could save up to 25 percent in energy costs, customer service would be open longer hours, and city employees not commuting an extra day would help reduce emissions.

Many cities across the country, as well as the entire state of Utah have adopted the non-traditional workweek from taking every Friday off to taking every other Friday off.

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