Dublin City Manager to retire at year's end
Original post made on Sep 9, 2013
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on Sep 9, 2013 at 8:34 am
Now who will oversee and enable the rapid expansion of dense housing and repetitive retail (I think some more Safeways and Starbucks'es are needed)? I think there's a few square meters east of town that have yet to be developed, as well as infill needed all the way up 580 to Castro Valley...
Hope the have a good succession plan, but given it's da gub'mint, I wouldn't count on it.
on Sep 10, 2013 at 8:14 am
This looks like another case of a municipal executive retiring at around age 50, likely with full salary and benefits for the rest of her life. If so, it's another outrageous case of the hog-gorging-at-the-slop-trough at the expense of the taxpayers. There is no reason why these municipal workers should not have to wait until social security retirement age to collect their pensions; and the amount they collect should be cut to about 2/3 of their last salary.
on Sep 10, 2013 at 10:03 am
2/3rds of her salary would equate to a pension of $153,000 in her first year of retirement, plus a two percent annual cost of living increase, plus full medical benefits for life.