Total compensation for over 100 city and county workers in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange counties exceeded $500,000 last year.
Oakland’s Payroll Numbers Are Stunning
“In Oakland, the city payroll has exploded 43 percent in the last four years — up from $492 million in 2014 to an all-time high of $622 million in 2018, according to new data from the watchdog website, Transparent California.”Brittany M. 06/12/2019 - 8:31 PM
Despite fiscal difficulties that just prompted a voter-approved sales tax increase, Redwood’s City Council has voted to boost salaries for some of its top officials.
Staffing shortages, rising benefit costs, and an unrelenting fire season have meant an explosion in overtime for California’s public safety departments.
The 3-4 decision followed the filing of a lawsuit by Mayor Rusty Bailey who had tried to veto Russo's latest contract.
Riverside's mayor is suing his own city over City Manager John Russo's new contract.
Transparent California says Hanford is the only city in Kings County that refuses to provide the information it has requested. Now it’s taking them to court.
A civil engineer with the City of Oakland raked in $484,175 last year, making him the highest paid city employee for 2016.
San Ramon Firefighters Making $400,000 a Year
Brittany M. 03/09/2017 - 5:37 AM
Is this the new normal?
Rob Johnson will take home $22,000 less than his predecessor.