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GM getting new contract

The Cameron Park Community Services District Board of Directors is renegotiating General Manager Mary Cahill’s employment contract. The current contract expires Sept. 30.

Cahill has served as general manager since October 2011. When hired she was paid $85,500. In April she received a $5,000 raise.

Her current contract calls for the district to pay 4 percent ($3,600) of her yearly salary to PERS; Cahill pays an additional 3 percent. The district also pays all her health, dental and vision insurance premiums and pays her a monthly stipend of $350 for travel and cell phone reimbursement. There is also reimbursement available for travel to conferences and other job related events.

In addition, each year Cahill receives 10 days of vacation, 12 days of sick leave, 16 paid holidays, 10 days of administrative leave, as well as time off for jury duty and bereavement.

Board President Shiva Frentzen said at the closed session of last month’s board meeting she had made a motion to renew the GM’s contract on a month-to-month basis. She also wanted Cahill’s contract linked to the financial performance of the district. The motion failed due to a lack of a second.

Another motion by board member Sean Tucker and seconded by Alan Clarke to extend Cahill’s contract was approved. Frentzen said a subcommittee of Greg Stanton and Clarke is now in the process of negotiating the terms of the new contract.

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