Pleasant Hill Aims To Cut Elected Officials’ Benefits
On Monday, the Pleasant Hill City Council rejected a proposal designed to save the city more than $54,000 annually by eliminating the medical, dental and vision benefits of council members, the city clerk and treasurer. However, the council asked a subcommittee to develop another proposal to trim officials' health care benefits. The council also asked the subcommittee to develop a plan that would provide such benefits only as a last resort.
- "Pleasant Hill Seeks New Proposal on Reducing Elected Officials' Medical Benefits" (White, Contra Costa Times, 11/22).