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August 16, 1990
The City Council has voted to boost its members' salaries from $125 to $300 per month, a raise approved by voters in June. The council had not received a pay raise since the 1960s, said City Manager Bob Nelson. Monday's action will bring council salaries up to the base level set by the state for cities of Seal Beach's size, he said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 16, 1990
The City Council has voted to boost its members' salaries from $125 to $300 per month, a raise approved by voters in June. The council had not received a pay raise since the 1960s, said City Manager Bob Nelson. Monday's action will bring council salaries up to the base level set by the state for cities of Seal Beach's size, he said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 5, 1990 | MICHELLE NICOLOSI
The City Council tonight is scheduled to appoint Councilman Joe Hunt to another term, because no one filed to run against him in the March election. Hunt represents the Leisure World area. Two other council seats are up for election, and a total of eight candidates are running in those races. In other business, the council will discuss the wording of a proposed measure for the June ballot that would allow the council to raise members' salaries to a maximum of $300 a month.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 5, 1990 | MICHELLE NICOLOSI
The City Council tonight is scheduled to appoint Councilman Joe Hunt to another term, because no one filed to run against him in the March election. Hunt represents the Leisure World area. Two other council seats are up for election, and a total of eight candidates are running in those races. In other business, the council will discuss the wording of a proposed measure for the June ballot that would allow the council to raise members' salaries to a maximum of $300 a month.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 8, 1990 | MICHELLE NICOLOSI
City Council members tonight will discuss whether to ask voters for their first pay raise in 25 years. Currently, members receive $125 a month, contrasted with $300 paid to council members in Los Alamitos and some other Orange County cities, said Councilman Frank Laszlo. "Our salaries are the second lowest in the county," he said. "I think it's about time we had a raise." Under the city charter, the salaries may be increased only by a charter amendment approved by city voters.
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January 8, 1990 | MICHELLE NICOLOSI
City Council members tonight will discuss whether to ask voters for their first pay raise in 25 years. Currently, members receive $125 a month, contrasted with $300 paid to council members in Los Alamitos and some other Orange County cities, said Councilman Frank Laszlo. "Our salaries are the second lowest in the county," he said. "I think it's about time we had a raise." Under the city charter, the salaries may be increased only by a charter amendment approved by city voters.
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