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Auburn Rec board cuts its pay
Friday Jan 28 2011
The Auburn Area Recreation and Parks District board of directors voted unanimously to cut their own pay Thursday night. The directors currently make $500 a month for serving on th ...
Shockley trails, board pay set for meeting
Wednesday Jan 26 2011
A recreation district meeting could decide on a cut in board member pay and a new trail system in Auburn. The Auburn Area Recreation and Parks District board of directors is set t ...
City officials should cut pay
Wednesday Nov 24 2010
Auburn city officials are reaping the rewards of pay and position. They are receiving good salaries and benefits thanks to CalPers (Journal, Nov. 22). But, in an economic decline, ...
Clerk claims unfair cut
Wednesday Oct 27 2010
Comments about pay and financial waste caused some tension in the City Council chambers this week. City Clerk Joe Labrie, who is also currently running for City Council, spoke for ...
City clerk deserves better treatment
Friday Jul 30 2010
Re: “Clerk takes pay cut,” (Journal, June 29). As a former employee (now retired) of the city of Auburn for 20 years, I was anxious to read this article in its entirety. This ...
Looking Behind the Scenes: Pay cut gets legislators scurrying
Saturday Dec 26 2009
Preparing the notebook for a new year while betting that our politically correct Governator will never call new Assembly Speaker John Perez “girlie man.” It will also be inter ...
Pay cut imperils public safety
Thursday Oct 29 2009
If the last, best and final offer presented to the firefighters is to downsize manpower, and ask them to take a 12 percent loss in pay and benefits, then public safety for the citi ...
Can greenbacks break the Thin Blue Line?
Friday May 15 2009
Paring the notebook while wondering why it’s OK for city and county workers to voluntarily cut their salaries while the state legislature continues to overpay itself in money and ...
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