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CPCSD manager’s contract OK’d

Mary Cahill, general manager of the Cameron Park Community Services District, had her employment contract with the district renewed for another two years. The new contract expires at the end of September 2014.

Cahill’s salary will be $90,000 a year, which is unchanged from what she is currently earning. In addition she will receive 10 days of vacation and up to 12 days of sick leave a year, 10 days per year of administrative leave, 16 days per year of holiday leave, and time off for bereavement leave and jury duty as needed.

The district will pay 4 percent of her contribution to PERS or $3,600 per year and pay for all the premiums on her health, dental, and vision insurance. In addition she will receive a $350 monthly stipend to cover travel within 30 miles of the district offices as well as cover her cell phone expenses. The district will also pay for her to attend professional development programs and to participate in local community groups.

Cahill is an at-will employee, which means her contract can be terminated with notice. If her contract is terminated without cause, the district must pay her an amount equal to one year’s salary plus accrued leave or the remainder of her contract period compensation plus accrued leave, whichever is less. If terminated with cause, Cahill would have the right to a hearing with legal expenses for her defense paid for by the district.

The new contract went into effect Oct. 1.

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