Santa Monica sent police officials to help the city negotiate with its own officers’ association. San Luis Obispo and San Mateo sent financial advisors. Now, Beverly Hills has approved up to $10,000 of staff assistance to help the city restructure.
The decision, approved by a split board, offers a helping hand to a city looking for a future, and not a hand out.
From the LA Weekly:
Beverly Hills, on the other hand, is world-famous for its stability:
Residents are so comfy and loaded that most could care less what their city politicians are making. So what if City Manager Jeff Kolin rakes in $274,000 per year? My dog’s vitamins cost more than that!
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