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San Elijo Life Election poll results

Here are some early results from our election poll -You can still vote Click Here

RESULTS as of 9.27.10

What do you think are the most important election issues?

(vote for top 3)

Improving Quality of Life (Trails, Parks, Events) 13.21%(14 votes)

Budgets 1.89% (2 votes)

Future Housing Development 7.55% (8 votes)

Traffic 1.89% (2 votes)

Protecting Open Spaces 9.43% (10 votes)

Crime 8.49% (9 votes)

San Elijo Hills Town Center Development27.36% (29 votes)

Proposition K 13.21% (14 votes)

Future Projects- Creek & University District7.55% (8 votes)

Foreclosure Blight 7.55% (8 votes)

Total Votes: 106

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What do you think are the most important 2010 election issues for San Elijo Hills?

What do you think are the most important 2010 election issues for San Elijo Hills? San Elijo Life will conduct interviews with the San Marcos candidates this fall, and your votes will help shape the questions. Please feel free to also post your questions. You can also view the result of this poll, click on the link at the bottom.

San Marcos City manager has San Diego area’s top compensation

BY JEFF MCDONALD, UNION-TRIBUNE

MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 2010 AT 9:20 P.M.

Survey of municipal managers’ compensation The average salary of the 18 city managers in the county is $204,000; the average total compensation package is $271,000. The top-paid municipal manager in the region is not the one that runs the county government serving 3.2 million people or even San Diego city government serving 1.4 million. When looking at the overall compensation package, that distinction goes to Paul Malone, city manager of San Marcos, the North County suburb nestled between Escondido and Vista. Population: 84,000. Malone manages a $195.1 million budget and 238 employees, and his compensation costs more than $408,000 a year, one of the findings in a review by The San Diego Union-Tribune of public-sector salaries READ FULL UT ARTICLE

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