Pension losses soar as Manteca gears up to add $1.8 million to payroll

Dennis Wyatt  |  March 25, 2020

Includes “The pandemic was officially only days old when the Manteca City Council embraced a plan advanced by Interim City Manager Miranda Lutzow that will create 16 new city positions — mostly management level jobs — that will cost taxpayers $1.8 million in the first full year they are filled. The action was taken as the council was essentially ‘quarantined’ from the public behind closed doors thanks to Gov. Gavin Newsom suspending parts of the Brown Act that is designed to assure public transparency.”

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