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By Will Fritz
Intern 

Salaries on the rise for city employees, watchdog data shows

 

Last updated 6/16/2018 at 2:44pm



Salaries for the region’s city employees have ticked up over the last few years, according to data from government watchdog Transparent California.

But the numbers can be misleading – since cities in the Temecula Valley vary significantly by population, the Valley News has broken down public employees’ pay by dollars per city resident.

Temecula was the largest city in the region, with 114,327 residents, edging out Murrieta’s population of 113,326 by exactly 1,001 residents, per U.S. Census Bureau data for 2017. Menifee’s population was 90,595, and Lake Elsinore’s was 66,411. W...



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tomsuttle writes:

I'm not familiar with all the managers named, but I'm well aware that Ron Bradley was worth his weight in gold to Temecula when he served there some years ago; and Murrieta has made great progress in recent years under the management of Rick Dudley and Kim Summers.

 
 
 

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