Calif. chief agrees to pay cut
By John Hill
The Press Enterprise
Murrieta's police chief has agreed to a 5 percent pay cut, following in the footsteps of other city employees who took furloughs to help close a budget gap.
Mark Wright's $210,540 salary will be cut by about $10,500 next year. The deal was listed on the agenda for Tuesday's City Council meeting under the consent calendar, which means it was not expected to be disputed.
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