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August 20, 1992 | HELAINE OLEN
City Council members voted unanimously Tuesday to cut their monthly salaries and expense accounts by 10% in an effort to show municipal employees that they are also willing to make sacrifices to balance the budget. "It is a symbolic move to show we are willing to share in any pay cut," said Mayor Gene Beyer, who originally proposed the salary reduction. The council is considering asking city employees to take a 10% salary reduction if state funding is reduced.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 20, 1992 | HELAINE OLEN
City Council members voted unanimously Tuesday to cut their monthly salaries and expense accounts by 10% in an effort to show municipal employees that they are also willing to make sacrifices to balance the budget. "It is a symbolic move to show we are willing to share in any pay cut," said Mayor Gene Beyer, who originally proposed the salary reduction. The council is considering asking city employees to take a 10% salary reduction if state funding is reduced.
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October 18, 1991 | MARY HELEN BERG
The City Council voted unanimously this week to extend City Manager Ron L. Thompson's contract through August, 1994. While Thompson's contract doesn't expire for another six months, he requested that the council take an early vote on the matter. "I asked them to extend it now because I intend to retire at the end of that term," Thompson said. "And I don't want it to become an election issue" in 1992.
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October 18, 1991 | MARY HELEN BERG
The City Council voted unanimously this week to extend City Manager Ron L. Thompson's contract through August, 1994. While Thompson's contract doesn't expire for another six months, he requested that the council take an early vote on the matter. "I asked them to extend it now because I intend to retire at the end of that term," Thompson said. "And I don't want it to become an election issue" in 1992.
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