CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 3, 1991
Four top officials at Antelope Valley Hospital Medical Center in Lancaster have agreed to forgo special pay raises that had been authorized by the hospital's recently ousted top administrator without the approval of the facility's governing board. The raises were worth more than $50,000 a year. The hospital's Board of Directors voted 3 to 0 Tuesday night to accept an offer by the hospital officials to return to their old salaries, which ranged from $86,840 to $100,921 a year.