Approximately 5,700 people are employed by the city of Sacramento, but only nine are elected to make decisions about the future of our region. One is the mayor. The other eight are our City Council members and are considered part-time city employees – and are paid accordingly.
Approximately 5,700 people are employed by the city of Sacramento, but only nine are elected to make decisions about the future of our region. One is the mayor. The other eight are our City Council members and are considered part-time city employees – and are paid accordingly. Genaro Molina Sacramento Bee file
Approximately 5,700 people are employed by the city of Sacramento, but only nine are elected to make decisions about the future of our region. One is the mayor. The other eight are our City Council members and are considered part-time city employees – and are paid accordingly. Genaro Molina Sacramento Bee file

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August 07, 2016 12:00 AM

UPDATED August 07, 2016 12:00 AM

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