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August 24, 1990 | LILY ENG and GREG HERNANDEZ
Despite two months of study and debate, the City Council is still wrangling over the city's $218-million budget because contracts with the police and fire unions have not been settled. Santa Ana is the largest city in the county without a final 1990-91 budget at hand. The council missed its own deadline last month for passing the budget. The city councils of Irvine and Westminster have not passed final budgets either. "We're being held hostage by the contracts," said Mayor Daniel H.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 2, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Minutes after approving a $242.4-million budget that includes increases in the utility tax and cuts in staff positions, the City Council on Monday handed out pay raises for City Manager David N. Ream and other city employees. The pay increase for the city manager is his fourth since Jan. 1, 1990, and the second since mid-April, when the council raised his annual salary to $135,996.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 1990
After a heated debate, the City Council on Tuesday night voted not to take any action on City Manager David N. Ream's three-year contract. The council, in a 5-2 vote, rejected Councilman Richards L. Norton's proposal not to extend Ream's contract. Norton and Councilman John Acosta cast the no votes. The council also agreed to scrap plans to have Ream evaluated. In a council meeting three weeks ago, four of the seven council members had discussed plans to have Ream's performance evaluated.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 22, 1991
Yellow ribbons and small American flags adorned the City Council chambers Monday as the city officially welcomed home the two dozen Santa Ana residents and city employees who served in the Persian Gulf War. "We all, obviously, are deeply proud of everything you did," Mayor Daniel H. Young said during the City Hall ceremony.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 11, 1990 | GREG HERNANDEZ
The Santa Ana City Council unanimously passed a resolution Monday that will allow city employees called to active duty during the Persian Gulf crisis to continue to receive a paycheck and health benefits. The city will now compensate employee reservists for any difference in pay they may incur as a result of being called to active duty. They will also continue to pay health and dental benefits for the employee's family until June 30.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 22, 1991
Yellow ribbons and small American flags adorned the City Council chambers Monday as the city officially welcomed home the two dozen Santa Ana residents and city employees who served in the Persian Gulf War. "We all, obviously, are deeply proud of everything you did," Mayor Daniel H. Young said during the City Hall ceremony.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 1990 | LILY ENG
Councilman Richards L. Norton said Thursday that he will ask the council not to extend City Manager David N. Ream's contract, which Norton described as illegal. "We're rewarding Mr. Ream for doing a bad job if the contract is approved," said Norton, who rated Ream as an "average" city manager. He maintained that Ream's contract is illegal because the city charter states that a city manager should have an "indefinite term," while Ream's contract is for three years, ending in 1992.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 1990 | LILY ENG
After 10 months of negotiation, the City Council approved a contract that will make its police the third-highest-paid officers in the county. Officers will receive a 4% increase retroactive to July. They also will receive a 10% raise in July, 1991, and another the following next year. Officers who are bilingual also will receive an additional 5% increase. Police union officials say only Irvine police and sheriff's deputies are paid more. The 351-member Police Officers Assn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 2, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Minutes after approving a $242.4-million budget that includes increases in the utility tax and cuts in staff positions, the City Council on Monday handed out pay raises for City Manager David N. Ream and other city employees. The pay increase for the city manager is his fourth since Jan. 1, 1990, and the second since mid-April, when the council raised his annual salary to $135,996.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 11, 1990 | GREG HERNANDEZ
The Santa Ana City Council unanimously passed a resolution Monday that will allow city employees called to active duty during the Persian Gulf crisis to continue to receive a paycheck and health benefits. The city will now compensate employee reservists for any difference in pay they may incur as a result of being called to active duty. They will also continue to pay health and dental benefits for the employee's family until June 30.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 1990 | LILY ENG
After 10 months of negotiation, the City Council approved a contract that will make its police the third-highest-paid officers in the county. Officers will receive a 4% increase retroactive to July. They also will receive a 10% raise in July, 1991, and another the following next year. Officers who are bilingual also will receive an additional 5% increase. Police union officials say only Irvine police and sheriff's deputies are paid more. The 351-member Police Officers Assn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 24, 1990 | LILY ENG and GREG HERNANDEZ
Despite two months of study and debate, the City Council is still wrangling over the city's $218-million budget because contracts with the police and fire unions have not been settled. Santa Ana is the largest city in the county without a final 1990-91 budget at hand. The council missed its own deadline last month for passing the budget. The city councils of Irvine and Westminster have not passed final budgets either. "We're being held hostage by the contracts," said Mayor Daniel H.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 1990
After a heated debate, the City Council on Tuesday night voted not to take any action on City Manager David N. Ream's three-year contract. The council, in a 5-2 vote, rejected Councilman Richards L. Norton's proposal not to extend Ream's contract. Norton and Councilman John Acosta cast the no votes. The council also agreed to scrap plans to have Ream evaluated. In a council meeting three weeks ago, four of the seven council members had discussed plans to have Ream's performance evaluated.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 1990 | LILY ENG
Councilman Richards L. Norton said Thursday that he will ask the council not to extend City Manager David N. Ream's contract, which Norton described as illegal. "We're rewarding Mr. Ream for doing a bad job if the contract is approved," said Norton, who rated Ream as an "average" city manager. He maintained that Ream's contract is illegal because the city charter states that a city manager should have an "indefinite term," while Ream's contract is for three years, ending in 1992.
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