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Gov. Jerry Brown and members of the Legislature are getting pay raises. The little-known California Citizens Compensation Commission voted Wednesday to permit 5% salary increases for all statewide elected officials, the 80 members of the Assembly and...
The Hartford CourantA tax foreclosure auction set for next week on the former Hartford Office Supply Co. building in Hartford has been put off until September, allowing the owners to negotiate with two interested buyers, one of them the state of Connecticut, the building's...
Tags: Property, Auction Service, Rentals, Justice System, Government
OVIEDO — The town's Center Lake Park project is stuck in the mud, and digging it out is going to be expensive. Stabilizing the lake's shore has turned out to be a bigger job than anticipated, and the city has been hit with an unexpected $350,000...
Tags: Lakes and Ponds, Government, Politics
SACRAMENTO -- A state panel on Wednesday approved a 5% pay raise for Gov. Jerry Brown, legislators and other state elected officials, restoring the salary level they received before it was cut during last year’s budget problems. The California...
Gov. Jerry Brown’s new offer of a 4.5% pay raise to the largest state employee union could affect the decision of a citizens panel that meets Wednesday to decide whether to give salary increases to the governor and legislators. It could be a...
A 60-year-old fire station in Mount Washington is getting a tune-up this week from a team of Maryland National Guard engineers as part of a new civic partnership aimed at benefiting the community while providing on-the-job training for deploying...
Daniel Easterday knows what he'll do if he hears an intruder during the night in the Highland Park home he shares with his wife and young child — first call the police, then grab one of his guns. "If something happened to them and I had not...
The second meeting of the newly reconvened Fairview Park Citizens Advisory Committee takes place Saturday at Fairview Park. The public is invited to join city staff and committee members at 8 a.m. in the Costa Mesa park, 2501 Placentia Ave. The initial...
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The part-time job of Oak Lawn Village Board member no longer comes with pension benefits. Board members last week voted to get rid pensions for elected officials, including the Village Board and mayor. The move, backed by newly elected Mayor Sandra Bury...
In an effort to bring high-wage jobs and spur economic development, Casselberry soon will offer some new businesses a break on city property taxes for up to 10 years. The tax-relief program also will grant current Casselberry businesses that expand their...
City officials are considering imposing a mandatory fare for the city's senior and disabled bus service, just as other transportation programs are being phased out to free up money to sustain the popular program. Officials currently collect 50-cent...
It has become almost routine for community groups to rise up in protest whenever a big developer proposes a project likely to make their city neighborhoods unrecognizable. But what's happening with the giant Millennium Hollywood project is much more...
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