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October 1, 1998 |
In a move that could prompt Jan Mittermeier to quit as Orange County's chief executive, the Board of Supervisors took the unusual step Wednesday of making a contract offer public--an offer that reduces her authority and changes her title. Supervisor William G.
February 23, 1995 |
Despite post-bankruptcy pledges that they would slash their own pay by 5%, Supervisors Gaddi H. Vasquez and Roger R. Stanton have not been in any hurry to reduce their salary and benefit costs to the county. Neither Vasquez nor Stanton, nor any other member of the Orange County Board of Supervisors, has taken steps to have his or her annual base pay permanently reduced from $82,056. So far Supervisors Marian Bergeson and Jim Silva have refused to accept county cars.
February 25, 1995
To the relief of nervous bondholders, Moody's Investors Service said Friday that six agencies that invested in the county investment pool probably will be able to meet their March debt service payments. Moody's made its evaluation after reviewing documents and having discussions with officials from Huntington Beach, Buena Park, the Fullerton Library Building Authority, the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District, the Yorba Linda Public Finance Authority and the Yorba Linda Co.
March 4, 1995 |
County Supervisor William G. Steiner on Friday pledged to cut his own $82,500 annual salary by 10%, as he and his board colleagues submitted plans to reduce their office budgets to Chief Executive Officer William J. Popejoy. Although county budget officials had asked the supervisors to trim their budgets to $387,000 each, only Board Chairman Gaddi H. Vasquez and Supervisor Roger R. Stanton achieved that goal. The three other supervisors said their cuts will bring their budgets below $400,000.
December 22, 1994 |
After considerable hand-wringing over how to share the burden of Orange County's financial crisis, Supervisors Gaddi H. Vasquez and Roger R. Stanton pledged Wednesday to voluntarily slash their $82,000-a-year salaries by 5%. But even if all five supervisors did the same thing, it would only make a $20,500 dent in the county's $2-billion shortfall, and critics described the pair's action as too little, too late from too few.
December 22, 1994
Some of the perks and benefits that go along with being an Orange County supervisor, administrative officer or auditor: Annual Salaries * Chief administrative officer: $140,941 * Auditor: $104,582 * Board members: $82,056 Other Benefits * Car allowance: If hired or elected before March 15, 1993, monthly allowance is $715 or a county leased, insured car. If hired or elected after, monthly allowance is $465 or a county leased, insured car.