City continues to pay high salaries as it struggles with budget overruns ■ By Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Editor As the city of Hemet continues its struggle to produce a balanced budget, the council unanimously entered into an agreement Jan. 9 with new City Manager Allen Parker, who will earn $200,000 per year. Parker’s predecessor, Alex Meyerhoff, earned the same salary and perks now granted to Parker. Both city managers signed five-year agreements. Meyerhoff was hired in December 2015 and resigned from the position in August 2017 to take the city manager’s position for the city of San Fernando, perpetuating the revolving door of key city employees, particularly city managers. How
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