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More than a thousand public retirees in California are earning pensions that exceed the federal limit of $220,000, according to data from CalPERS.
A controversial retirement program that paid some L.A. public safety workers double toward the end of their careers is headed for change following a series of investigative reports by the Los Angeles Times.
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A new study conducted by Bartel Associates and commissioned by the League of California Cities predicts pension costs to nearly double over the next decade for the state’s 482 cities.
Tough times are ahead.
The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) made millions of dollars available in grants to respond to the increasing homeless problem.
The City of Walnut Creek has settled a lawsuit with the family of a Black man who was slain by police in 2019. The family of 23-year-old Miles Hall will receive $4 million.
The coronavirus pandemic has breathed new life into the debate over “strong mayors.” San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo and Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg have recently pushed for strong mayor charter