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College district to pay $1.5M+ to settle litigation with cabinet members

Original post made on Mar 19, 2022

CCCCD trustees approved settlement agreements worth more than $1.5 million combined with two of their highest-ranking administrators who filed individual claims and a joint lawsuit against the district.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Thursday, March 17, 2022, 10:41 PM

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Posted by Paul Clark
a resident of Danville
on Mar 19, 2022 at 10:34 am

Paul Clark is a registered user.

A Million here, a Million there, soon you're talking real money. But they spend our money like it's someone else's! Personally, I'm tired of the overpaid, self-serving bureaucrats that infest California government at all levels today. "School Administrators" are among the worst. They are truly, America's highest paid migrant workers. They take a position, complete with employment contract, fail at the job for which they were hired, get fired, and head on to their "next engagement" with a hansom severance package in their hip pocket courtesy of the taxpayers. Danville has had its share of doozies, town managers too, all of whom left with a lot of our money. But I guess the maxim that "you get what you vote for" puts the onus on us for not doing a better job of "vetting" the people we elect. The problem is that bureaucrats are very good at obfuscating who they really are and what they really intend to do.

For your "reading enjoyment," here are what Contra Costa County pays the people it employs. These are monthly salaries:

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Compare what we are paying our "public servants" with what your paycheck looks like!

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