BELL, CALIF. – Just days after forcing the resignations of three of the highest paid municipal administrators in the U.S., the mayor and other town leaders of this modest Los Angeles suburb could find their own jobs in jeopardy.
The Bell City Council, which booted out its police chief, city manager and assistant city manager last Thursday, called another meeting for Monday to discuss the future of the city.
Activists were expected to demand salary cuts or resignations from the four council members who make more than $100,000 a year for their part-time work.
Meanwhile, state Attorney General Jerry Brown announced he will hold a news conference to disclose new developments in his probe of excessive salaries in the 2-square-mile city southeast of Los Angeles.
Hundreds of residents were enraged to learn last week that the three administrators who later resigned were making a total of more than $1.6 million a year.
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