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Cloverdale approves mileage rate increase to match national amount at last meeting

Thursday, March 10, 2011

CLOVERDALE -- At the Cloverdale Town Council meeting Tuesday the board approved an increase in mileage rates to match the national amount.

The new mileage rate is $.51 a mile.

Town clerk/treasurer Cathleen Monaco warned the board that the town's contribution to PERF, the Public Employee Retirement Fund. For the next year's budget, the employer contribution will go from 7.25 percent to 11.5 percent.

Don Gedert with the redevelopment commission said that there hasn't been any news on the horse arena.

Town building inspector Mark Cassida had issued citations for two barn like structures at 203 W. Robert Weist Dr. and a degrading cement structure at 51 N. main St.

The council also gave interim utility manager Rich Saucerman the ability to purchase rocks for the floor of a new pole barn over the price amount they had originally approved.

The council approved $63, 696.06 in payment on demand checks that had already been issued, $10,219.20 in accounts payable that had not been issued, and $35,693.02 in payroll checks.


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"Town clerk/treasurer Cathleen Monaco warned the board that the town's contribution to PERF, the Public Employee Retirement Fund. For the next year's budget, the employer contribution will go from 7.25 percent to 11.5 percent."

WOW, looks like I need to work for the town of Cloverdale. State Employee's dont get this much! Who approved this???? Looks like we need to attend town meetings.

-- Posted by putnam co on Thu, Mar 10, 2011, at 9:43 PM

I heard that the new "Town Marshall" down there was getting a nice, new SUV to roll around in.

-- Posted by BrutallyHonest on Fri, Mar 11, 2011, at 2:47 PM


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