Contract should be renegotiated | February 4, 2011 | Pleasanton Weekly | |

Pleasanton Weekly

Opinion - February 4, 2011

Contract should be renegotiated

by Bart Hughes

The current Pleasanton PCEA employee contract should be renegotiated for several reasons. First, the contract would mean that Pleasanton retirement costs continue to rise faster than the overall budget thereby crowding out other line items. Inevitably this means a reduction in services for residents. Staff acknowledged this cost point during the public workshop on Tuesday evening.

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Bart Hughes has been a proud resident of Pleasanton for 12 years. During his 20-plus year career, he has held senior management positions with several leading technology companies where he focused on operational improvement. He has held several board positions with local nonprofit organizations. In addition to his engineering degree, he holds a graduate degree in business.


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