Special Meeting of City Council Looks At City Manager’s Contract

Big Bear, Ca, July 27, 2011, 4:00pm - The Big Bear Lake City Council and the Improvement Agency will meet tonight to hold a special meeting discussing City Manager Jeff Mathieu’s Contract.  According to the agenda, upon completion of the City Manager’s annual evaluation, the City Council negotiated an amendment of the Executive Director’s Supplemental Employment Agreement with the Agency, which if passed tonight will eliminate $36,000 in compensation per year.  If the contract is passed, effective July 27th the annual salary of the City Manager will be $221,000 a year.  The amount that would be cut would remove a monthly housing allowance. The $36,000 would then move into the General Fund for the City.   This meeting is open to the public, who are encouraged to attend and may speak during public comment time.  The meeting will take place in Hofert Hall starting at 5:30pm.

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Big Bear, Ca, July 27, 2011, 4:00pm - The Big Bear Lake City Council and the Improvement Agency will meet tonight to hold a special meeting discussing City Manager Jeff Mathieu’s Contract.  According to the agenda, upon completion of the City Manager’s annual evaluation, the City Council negotiated an amendment of the Executive Director’s Supplemental Employment Agreement with the Agency, which if passed tonight will eliminate $36,000 in compensation per year.  If the contract is passed, effective July 27th the annual salary of the City Manager will be $221,000 a year.  The amount that would be cut would remove a monthly housing allowance. The $36,000 would then move into the General Fund for the City.   This meeting is open to the public, who are encouraged to attend and may speak during public comment time.  The meeting will take place in Hofert Hall starting at 5:30pm.

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