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#1 posted 06-03-2012 12:06 AM

Well, San Jose hasn’t done anything yet although the polls seem to show that Measure B will pass. Even if it passes, however, the unions will attempt to stop implementation while it goes thru the court. Don’t ask me why, but they apparently think they have a case to prevent the city from changing the contract.

The opponents to Measure B are also raising the issue of city senior executives compensation. I got a campaign flyer in today’s mail that listed several job titles and their total (salary + benefits) compensation. They won’t be affected by Measure B but it’s certainly arguable that their compensation could stand some scrutiny as well.

Next Tuesday will be interesting.

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