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News - January 9, 2013

Horsley says rising economy led him to end his $1 salary

by Dave Boyce

In explaining his decision to end his two-year stint of working for $1 a year as a San Mateo County supervisor and begin accepting his $120,000 annual salary, Supervisor Don Horsley cited the county's improved economic circumstances, including sales tax revenues and home prices. "The overall economy of San Mateo County is not what it was three years ago," Mr. Horsley told the Almanac. "People are bidding on houses again."

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