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Give the city manager a raise

November 21, 2014

Cape Coral City Council on Monday extended City Manager John Szerlag’s employment contract by a year....

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bucket

Jan-05-15 10:13 AM

I would fire him

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lightswitch

Nov-24-14 1:19 PM

Is that why last year's budget carried $36 million in debt service (interest)? Is that why the Fire Assessment reduces that mileage rate and the assessment itself is just a tool to BORROW more money? Is that why the Electric Kilowatt usage city tax has actually taken the Electric Capital Credit that residents would get back be used to finance a mismanaged deceitful city council and manager? We do not need more debt or taxes in this city. Nor do we need more commercial business paying in a paltry 8% of tax revenue to serve 160,000 residents.

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Lolita

Nov-23-14 9:50 AM

Judge the decision re: the Manager's raise on him, not on Council and whether the opinions are this will help to keep them (those running for re-election) out of office next election. Two very separate issues and should remain that way. Unfortunately for all of us, the outrageous law suits with outrageous costs have helped to bury whatever movement forward we try to maintain. We, the people, will carry that cost and it will be substantial win or lose. The recent "settlement" re: the past election, has cost us plenty.

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lightswitch

Nov-21-14 11:32 AM

This council kept him so give him the 3% raise.

This will solidify the Defeat of reelection for the manner that this council has been non transparent, deceitful and wreckers in their money management of the city.

The ones who ran ran out of time due to term limits will learn about savings as they save a bundle not being able to run again!

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