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February 7, 1998 | LIZ SEYMOUR
By the slimmest of margins, City Manager Kenneth C. Frank received a 5% raise this week, increasing his annual salary from $120,400 to an estimated $126,000. The City Council approved the raise in a 3-2 vote, with Councilmen Wayne J. Baglin and Wayne L. Peterson dissenting. "I'm not $6,000 satisfied with his performance," Peterson said. Frank is "too hands-on" when he has other managers capable of dealing with city issues, Peterson said. Baglin agreed.
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February 7, 1998 | LIZ SEYMOUR
By the slimmest of margins, City Manager Kenneth C. Frank received a 5% raise this week, increasing his annual salary from $120,400 to an estimated $126,000. The City Council approved the raise in a 3-2 vote, with Councilmen Wayne J. Baglin and Wayne L. Peterson dissenting. "I'm not $6,000 satisfied with his performance," Peterson said. Frank is "too hands-on" when he has other managers capable of dealing with city issues, Peterson said. Baglin agreed.
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January 31, 1998 | LIZ SEYMOUR
For the first time in three years, City Manager Kenneth Frank may be granted a raise. The City Council is expected to consider a 5% salary increase for Frank at its meeting Tuesday. If approved, his salary would rise from $120,400 a year to an estimated $126,000. Frank received his annual performance evaluation in a closed-session council meeting Jan. 10. At the meeting, council members "unanimously affirmed their confidence" in Frank's job performance, Councilwoman Kathleen Blackburn said.
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January 31, 1998 | LIZ SEYMOUR
For the first time in three years, City Manager Kenneth Frank may be granted a raise. The City Council is expected to consider a 5% salary increase for Frank at its meeting Tuesday. If approved, his salary would rise from $120,400 a year to an estimated $126,000. Frank received his annual performance evaluation in a closed-session council meeting Jan. 10. At the meeting, council members "unanimously affirmed their confidence" in Frank's job performance, Councilwoman Kathleen Blackburn said.
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February 16, 1995 | LESLIE EARNEST
After an uncomfortable public debate about the salary and service of Laguna Beach City Manager Kenneth C. Frank, the City Council eventually endorsed the administrator Tuesday night and agreed to raise his pay. The dissenter in the 4-1 vote was Councilman Wayne J. Baglin, who said during the televised discussion that Frank should start job-shopping because Laguna Beach needs "new eyes" in its top administrative post. "I think Ken should be looking for another place," Baglin said bluntly.
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October 4, 1990
Laguna Beach council members voted unanimously this week to double their monthly paychecks from $150 to $300. The pay raise, scheduled to take effect Jan. 1, was proposed by Councilman Dan Kenney, who is not seeking reelection in November. "The last time the City Council got a raise was in 1965. I figured it was probably not so bad if I brought it forward," Kenney said Tuesday before the council's vote. "It's really just an indication of the amount of work we put in," he said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 1995 | LESLIE EARNEST
After an uncomfortable public debate about the salary and service of Laguna Beach City Manager Kenneth C. Frank, the City Council eventually endorsed the administrator Tuesday night and agreed to raise his pay. The dissenter in the 4-1 vote was Councilman Wayne J. Baglin, who said during the televised discussion that Frank should start job-shopping because Laguna Beach needs "new eyes" in its top administrative post. "I think Ken should be looking for another place," Baglin said bluntly.
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October 4, 1990
Laguna Beach council members voted unanimously this week to double their monthly paychecks from $150 to $300. The pay raise, scheduled to take effect Jan. 1, was proposed by Councilman Dan Kenney, who is not seeking reelection in November. "The last time the City Council got a raise was in 1965. I figured it was probably not so bad if I brought it forward," Kenney said Tuesday before the council's vote. "It's really just an indication of the amount of work we put in," he said.
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