With the city facing a $1 billion deficit over the next five years, Nutter is scaling back programs across the board.
But one thing has emerged largely unscathed in this union stronghold: jobs. Fewer than 80 of the city's 23,000 workers are being laid off. That's a stark contrast to measures being proposed in other cash-strapped cities.
The city eliminated 1,500 seasonal jobs such as lifeguards, library aides and camp counselors, along with 550 contract workers and 580 unfilled positions. Overall, city officials say they've still reduced the payroll by about 2,800.