The Sutter Creek City Council Took On Personal Matters At Their Meeting

The Sutter Creek City Council Took On Personal Matters At Their Meeting

The Sutter Creek City Council took on personal matters, creating a new management position for the city and approving a pay increase for the City Manager. The council voted to create the position of Public Services Director. The new management position would oversee the city’s building, planning, and public works departments and would have a salary range of $77,000 to $95,000 per year. The city will begin recruitment for the position right away and hopes to fill the job by the beginning of November. The council also approved a pay increase for City Manager Amy Gedney. The 10% increase will be retroactive to July 1st of this year and bring her total pay to $105,000. In other matters, the council received a report from the Sutter Creek Fire Protection District on efforts to mitigate fire fuels around the city. The fire district has campaigned to remove flammable brush, grass and weeds from properties, both by clearing properties and a series of control burns.

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