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San Mateo County Supervisors unanimously approved another 11% increase

Original post made by Michael G. Stogner, another community, on Dec 12, 2012

On December 11th the 5 supervisors approved a 11% raise for John Maltbie. This brings up several questions about the leadership of our 5 supervisors. Why wasn't this issue brought up to the publics attention before it got placed on the agenda? The model used by the human resources department was flawed and the supervisors knew the model was flawed and still went on and approved this non necessary raise. This is a perfect example of very small group of people who have no concern for the general population of San Mateo County. For those of you who are thinking who in there right mind would approve this unnecessary salary increase you don't have to look very far. This mindset can be found at Service League of San Mateo County Web Link. This is where 100% of these people think this way.

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Posted by Peter Carpenter
a resident of Atherton: Lindenwood
on Dec 12, 2012 at 11:45 am

Peter Carpenter is a registered user.

The next time that the supervisors want a tax measure approved for 'schools and other essential services...' we should all simply vote NO.


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