Santa Rosa’s interim city manager comes through with pay cut
PD staff in
August 15th, 2010
, city manager
, Santa Rosa
Wayne Goldberg, Santa Rosa’s interim city manager, has for months pledged that his executive staff would take a 5 percent compensation reduction requested by the City Council to help balance the budget.
Wayne Goldberg, center.
On Tuesday, Goldberg makes good on that pledge by offering to take two unpaid furlough days between now and early October, when the new city manager takes over.
The concession meets that 5 percent figure, and based on Goldberg’s salary of $15,890 a month, amounts to about $1,500 in pay.
City officials continue to negotiate with most of the unions representing city workers in an effort strike similar concession deals.
— THE PRESS DEMOCRAT
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