BRAWLEY — The City Council here Tuesday will consider approving a three-year contract extension for City Manager Jerry Santillan and will discuss rescinding the portion of the budget relating to public safety.
The public session of the meeting starts at 7 p.m. in the council chambers, 225 A St.
Mayor Wayne Johnson said the council during a recent meeting discussed a new contract for Santillan, city manager since the mid-1990s. Johnson said he expects the council to approve the contract, which would run through December 2004.
He said the contract would include a raise for Santillan this fiscal year. If approved, Santillan's salary would increase to $79,500 per year, up from $74,048.
Johnson said Santillan has done a good job and he wants to see him stay on board for the next three years.