salary

Auto perk draws critics

A perk in the employment contract of Rocklin’s new Police Chief Ron Lawrence is causing concerns. According to the employment contract, “the city shall provide Lawrence, for ...

New police chief to make $164,340

Rocklin’s new top cop is going to make less than his predecessor, but will retain many of the same perks. The annual salary consists of $164,340 plus benefits. According to the ...

Stratospheric salaries wrong

Our new Rocklin City Manager’s (population 56,000) salary is $198,000 (Journal, Dec. 10). Our governor’s (population 37 million) salary is around $180,000. The highest-paid g ...

City OKs $227,000 manager contract

At outgoing City Manager Carlos Urrutia’s last meeting Tuesday, the Rocklin City Council unanimously approved the four-year employment contract for his replacement. “We had a ...

Committee to review superintendent’s pay

A new committee is planning to research and review the Placer County superintendent of school’s pay, and could help make decisions about any potential future raises. Thursday ni ...

Our View: Now is no time for a pay raise

It’s the holidays and what better gift to give to your elected county schools superintendent than a pay raise to an already hefty salary? Thursday night the Placer County Office ...

New city manager will earn $198,000 annually

Rocklin’s new city manager will earn a base salary of $198,000 a year – $34,000 less than current City Manager Carlos Urrutia earned working full time. The city announced Monda ...

Mayor talks city salaries, pensions and cash outs

No issue is more top-of-mind in Rocklin (and elsewhere) today than government-employee compensation — salaries, pensions, and “cash outs.” Taxpayers are angry. And understand ...

Urrutia receives $159,452 in unused vacation, sick leave

Outgoing Rocklin City Manager Carlos Urrutia got a big payout last year. As the highest paid employee, his gross salary was $385,691, according to city documents. While his bas ...

Support staffs agree to furloughs

Another employee group has come forward with voluntary concessions to help Rocklin Unified School District with its $8 million deficit. Members of the California School Employees ...