In 2010, when the county faced a $22 million increase in its obligation to StanCERA, county officials decided the next generation of county employees would have lesser retirements. The more generous benefits for existing employees were left in place.
In 2010, when the county faced a $22 million increase in its obligation to StanCERA, county officials decided the next generation of county employees would have lesser retirements. The more generous benefits for existing employees were left in place. Darryl Bush Modesto Bee file
In 2010, when the county faced a $22 million increase in its obligation to StanCERA, county officials decided the next generation of county employees would have lesser retirements. The more generous benefits for existing employees were left in place. Darryl Bush Modesto Bee file

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