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May 1, 1992 | MALAIKA BROWN
City Manager Jerry L. Bankston, at the city's administrative helm only 10 months, got a raise this week. The City Council unanimously voted to give him an annual raise of about $7,500, bringing his yearly salary to $82,500. "I feel Jerry is doing a superb job," Councilman William J. Doane said. "Even though the city isn't doing too well financially, the raise is necessary."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 1, 1992 | MALAIKA BROWN
City Manager Jerry L. Bankston, at the city's administrative helm only 10 months, got a raise this week. The City Council unanimously voted to give him an annual raise of about $7,500, bringing his yearly salary to $82,500. "I feel Jerry is doing a superb job," Councilman William J. Doane said. "Even though the city isn't doing too well financially, the raise is necessary."
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June 1, 1996 | MIMI KO CRUZ
As officials from other Orange County cities begin poring over municipal budget proposals for fiscal 1996-97, La Habra has no projections whatsoever. City Manager Jerry L. Bankston said Thursday that La Habra's budget talks have been delayed because City Hall is undergoing a massive upgrading of the computer system that stores its financial data. Bankston said he expects to have a preliminary budget ready for public hearings before the end of the summer.
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November 13, 1996 | MIMI KO CRUZ
The city's professional, clerical and technical employees will receive pay raises of 2.5% annually for the next two years, officials said. Civil engineer assistants, child development teachers, assistant planners, secretaries, clerks, code enforcement officers and engineering aides are among those getting the pay increases, which are retroactive to Aug. 31. City Manager Jerry L. Bankston said other employees have already received pay raises.
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October 8, 1997 | MIMI KO CRUZ
A $55,000 environmental study of a potential redevelopment plan at Lambert Road and Harbor Boulevard soon will begin. The City Council, acting as the Redevelopment Agency, last week approved the study to examine potential environmental effects should a large business move to the property. The owner of the property has been trying to sell it, and City Manager Jerry L. Bankston has been involved in negotiations in hopes of attracting a major business.
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December 14, 1991 | SHANNON SANDS
The City Council this week asked City Manager Jerry L. Bankston to renegotiate a contract with Unocal oil company for use of its parking lot. Unocal employees who travel on boats from the pier to oil platforms pay $1.25 a day to park in city lots, compared to a $6 fee charged to the public. Councilwoman Marilyn Bruce Hastings said she would like to see the fee increased to generate revenue.
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May 18, 1999 | Christine Castro, (714) 966-7440
City officials, club presidents and community leaders will wait tables, serve drinks and bus tables tonight at Senor Campos restaurant for the Chamber of Commerce's annual Chamber Night. Mayor Juan M. Garcia and City Manager Jerry L. Bankston will be among the servers volunteering at the fund-raiser. All tips they garner and 5% of the restaurant's total proceeds go back to the Chamber of Commerce. The event will begin at 5 p.m. at the restaurant, 1220 W. Whittier Blvd.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 12, 1992 | MALAIKA BROWN
An updated study of the city's shoreline will give officials new direction in their efforts to ward off erosion. The City Council this week voted to conduct the $8,500 study, which will be conducted by Moffatt & Nichol of Long Beach, the same engineering firm that provided the city with similar studies in 1984 and 1985, City Manager Jerry L. Bankston said.
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August 8, 1994
The city's $9-million budget for 1994-95 comes up for discussion tonight, but few fireworks are expected. City officials said the budget is similar to the one proposed last year and calls for no new taxes or significant cuts in city services. City Manager Jerry L. Bankston had hoped to begin building the city's reserves this year. But that process will be delayed for another year because of two unexpected expenses, the pier fire in May and a $300,000 sand-replenishment program.
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June 18, 1993
The City Council voted this week to spend $108,000 over five years to purchase a new street sweeper. The new vehicle will replace the city's 10-year-old sweeper, which is now broken and would cost more to repair than it is worth, City Manager Jerry L. Bankston said. On Tuesday, the council voted to pay $24,756 to Nixon-Egli Equipment Co., which sells the sweeper. It will be the first of five annual payments that the city will make to pay for the vehicle.
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January 19, 1993 | SHELBY GRAD
The city has moved a step closer to repairing a portion of the Seal Beach Pier damaged in a fire last year. The City Council voted last week to accept bids from contractors seeking to make the repairs. Officials hope to choose a contractor late next month and have all the work completed before the summer, City Manager Jerry L. Bankston said. The repairs should cost about $175,000. Much of that money will go toward replacing the timber burned in the blaze.
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