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April 11, 1993
When Tom Bradley announced he would leave his office--Room 305, City Hall--after 20 years, more than 50 people signed up in a bid to succeed him . The pack has since thinned to 24, but that's still record. Why the rush? True, the pay's OK--$118,000 a year. But look at the downside. The mayor has huge problems, long hours and receives uunremitting criticism from every quarter. Well, maybe it's the perquisites of office--the fringe benefits that make the job a little nicer.
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April 11, 1993
When Tom Bradley announced he would leave his office--Room 305, City Hall--after 20 years, more than 50 people signed up in a bid to succeed him . The pack has since thinned to 24, but that's still record. Why the rush? True, the pay's OK--$118,000 a year. But look at the downside. The mayor has huge problems, long hours and receives uunremitting criticism from every quarter. Well, maybe it's the perquisites of office--the fringe benefits that make the job a little nicer.
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