State salary, benefits site lacks Lon...

State salary, benefits site lacks Long Beach data

There are 41 comments on the Long Beach Press-Telegram story from Oct 25, 2010, titled State salary, benefits site lacks Long Beach data. In it, Long Beach Press-Telegram reports that:

State Controller John Chiang unveiled a new website Monday listing the compensation of most California city and county workers, but those from the city of Long Beach aren't included.

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Frees Beach

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#41 Oct 29, 2010
in LB wrote:
So, Chiang only took action on this after the Bell scandal..right, that's good. However, he is also up for...wait for it.. RE-ELECTION.. there you go.
Yes, and notice that state employees are omitted for months. Wouldn't want to anger all those supporters, would we?

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