Los Angeles Times
Date: 2012-02-20
Author: Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times

Article Mentions
Author, Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times
Mentioned, Jerry Sanders
Mentioned, Joan Raymond
Reporting from San Diego The numbers released by the city's leading pension hawk were meant to shock: a retired assistant city attorney with an annual pension of $307,758; a chief librarian receiving $234,091; an 80% increase in the last two years in the number of retired city employees with pensions of more than $100,000. "At a time when roads are falling apart, services are being cut and private-sector taxpayers are facing difficult economic realities, these pension payouts are simply offensive," Councilman Carl DeMaio, a candidate for mayor, said at a news conference last week. function showExtras(elm, link, text){ var obj = $(elm); var link = $(link); var elmTop = (obj.getHeight() + 10) * (-1); if(obj.style.display == 'none'){ obj.style...(read more)
... Reporting from San Diego The numbers released by the city's leading pension hawk were meant to shock: a retired assistant city attorney with an annual pension of $307,758; a chief librarian receiving $234,091; an 80% increase in the last two years in ...
... Municipal unions and elected officials across the country are expected to keep a close eye on the matter. "We've been the guinea pig on this thing," Sanders said last week at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Sanders said he expected labor ...


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