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May 17, 1989 | DEAN MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
An advisory panel appointed by Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley and the City Council voted Tuesday to recommend 32% pay raises over the next three years for the mayor, City Atty. James K. Hahn, Controller Rick Tuttle and the entire council, but tied the higher salaries to a ban on outside employment. Coming at a time when Bradley's financial affairs are being subjected to a series of investigations, the proposal would boost the mayor's salary to $129,012 by 1992 from $97,654. Council members now earning $58,592--already among the highest paid in the country--would receive $77,407.
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May 17, 1989 | DEAN MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
An advisory panel appointed by Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley and the City Council voted Tuesday to recommend 32% pay raises over the next three years for the mayor, City Atty. James K. Hahn, Controller Rick Tuttle and the entire council, but tied the higher salaries to a ban on outside employment. Coming at a time when Bradley's financial affairs are being subjected to a series of investigations, the proposal would boost the mayor's salary to $129,012 by 1992 from $97,654. Council members now earning $58,592--already among the highest paid in the country--would receive $77,407.
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