Agency relies on flawed study to justify massive pay raise

Excellent letter-to-the-editor from a resident who correctly questions the validity of setting public pay by comparing to other public agencies:

Mariposa County Supervisors have unfortunately relied on a flawed compensation study as the basis to vote themselves a raise. Not just a small raise, not a moderate raise, a whopping $30,000 raise, each. There are multiple glaring errors in the study that render it an invalid salary comparison. I will explain them one by one.

Read the full letter at the Sierra Sun Times website.

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