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December 9, 2014 7:59 PM

El Dorado supervisors restore pay perks for elected officials

After cutting various pay perks for seven elected officials last year, El Dorado County supervisors restored most of them weeks before the cuts were due to take effect, citing a problem with subordinates earning more than leaders at the top.

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