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May 20, 1997 | LESLIE EARNEST
Amid tonight's discussion of a budget for the coming fiscal year, the City Council will consider the salaries and "wish lists" of city workers. The council had asked department heads to prepare a list of what they would like to see added to the city budget over the next five years.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 1997 | LESLIE EARNEST
Amid tonight's discussion of a budget for the coming fiscal year, the City Council will consider the salaries and "wish lists" of city workers. The council had asked department heads to prepare a list of what they would like to see added to the city budget over the next five years.
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February 20, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ
Laguna Beach has joined a growing number of Orange County cities offering supplemental pay to full-time city employees called up to active military duty in the Persian Gulf. A resolution approved Tuesday evening by the City Council would give employees the difference between their military pay and city salaries for up to six months. This will cost the city $8,862 for the one employee called so far. In other action, Councilman Robert F.
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February 20, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ
Laguna Beach has joined a growing number of Orange County cities offering supplemental pay to full-time city employees called up to active military duty in the Persian Gulf. A resolution approved Tuesday evening by the City Council would give employees the difference between their military pay and city salaries for up to six months. This will cost the city $8,862 for the one employee called so far. In other action, Councilman Robert F.
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October 25, 1990 | GEBE MARTINEZ
Frustrated that City Council members were unsympathetic to recent labor contract grievances, the city Firemen's Assn. has reluctantly agreed to a new three-year pact while also vowing to throw out of office two council incumbents seeking reelection Nov. 6.
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October 25, 1990 | GEBE MARTINEZ
Frustrated that City Council members were unsympathetic to recent labor contract grievances, the city Firemen's Assn. has reluctantly agreed to a new three-year pact while also vowing to throw out of office two council incumbents seeking reelection Nov. 6.
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