Long Beach Councilman Roberto Uranga will waive salary, continue collecting pension
LONG BEACH >> New 7th District Councilman Roberto Uranga will forgo the salary of his office until state law is clarified on whether he can concurrently collect his pension as a retired city employee.
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#1 Jul 21, 2014
What a miserable parasitic piece of rotten shidt. This is why Mexico is in such an economic shambles. Parasites and idiots. Just like we're importing by the score into this country.
#3 Jul 22, 2014
"council salary of $33,650 he may have to suspend the pension that he began receiving after he retired from city employment on Aug. 31, 2013.
"scheduled to receive his monthly retirement payment of $4,997.56 on Aug. 1, according to an official with the California Public Employees Retirement System. The disbursement is after taxes and deductions.
about $59,970.72 a year!
This is part of why cities are going broke!
Does his wife collect a city pension?
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