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November 8, 1996
When the Inglewood City Council meets Nov. 19, members will be getting an added incentive for showing up: a pay raise. Voters on Tuesday approved a municipal initiative called Proposition Y that could increase by fivefold the salary that council members now earn. Council members earn $9,696 a year. The mayor is paid $19,392. But the initiative, approved by nearly 60% of the voters, allows council members to increase their salary to $47,252. The mayor can receive up to $94,504.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 28, 1996
The Inglewood City Council on Tuesday night affirmed a citywide initiative to quadruple its members' salaries, making the council members the highest paid in the South Bay area. City Council members will receive $47,244 a year and the mayor will receive $94,500. The ordinance, approved on a 3-2 vote with council members Judy Dunlap and Curren Price dissenting, will take effect in 30 days. But the pay increase will not go into effect before April 1997, when the next municipal elections are held.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 28, 1996
The Inglewood City Council on Tuesday night affirmed a citywide initiative to quadruple its members' salaries, making the council members the highest paid in the South Bay area. City Council members will receive $47,244 a year and the mayor will receive $94,500. The ordinance, approved on a 3-2 vote with council members Judy Dunlap and Curren Price dissenting, will take effect in 30 days. But the pay increase will not go into effect before April 1997, when the next municipal elections are held.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 8, 1996
When the Inglewood City Council meets Nov. 19, members will be getting an added incentive for showing up: a pay raise. Voters on Tuesday approved a municipal initiative called Proposition Y that could increase by fivefold the salary that council members now earn. Council members earn $9,696 a year. The mayor is paid $19,392. But the initiative, approved by nearly 60% of the voters, allows council members to increase their salary to $47,252. The mayor can receive up to $94,504.
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January 22, 1995 | JON GARCIA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Inglewood City Council has approved a 22% raise for itself, the city clerk and the city treasurer. In a 3 to 2 vote at a sparsely attended meeting Tuesday, council members gave Mayor Edward Vincent $1,616 a month--a boost of $286. Other members will receive $808, up from $665. City Clerk Hermanita V. Harris will take home $1,616 and City Treasurer Wanda Brown will get $404. The last time elected officials were given a raise was in 1991, according to city documents.
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January 22, 1995 | JON GARCIA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Inglewood City Council has approved a 22% raise for itself, the city clerk and the city treasurer. In a 3 to 2 vote at a sparsely attended meeting Tuesday, council members gave Mayor Edward Vincent $1,616 a month--a boost of $286. Other members will receive $808, up from $665. City Clerk Hermanita V. Harris will take home $1,616 and City Treasurer Wanda Brown will get $404. The last time elected officials were given a raise was in 1991, according to city documents.
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