Chapter 2.32

2.32.010    Compensation of officers and employees.

2.32.015    Compensation of the mayor and council.

2.32.020    Bond required for elected officials and employees.

2.32.030    Issuance of bond.

*    For Charter provisions relating to the salaries of city officers, see Charter, Art. III, §§ 1 — 2.

2.32.010 Compensation of officers and employees.

(a)    Except as otherwise provided by the Charter of the city, the city council shall adopt such compensation plans for officers and employees of the city, and amend the same from time to time, as it deems appropriate in the best interests of the city. The compensation plans shall set forth the basic salary schedules of affected officers and employees and shall consist of one or more pay grades with associated minimum and maximum rates of pay, one pay grade for each position or class of position in city service.

(b)    Consistent with the compensation plans adopted by the city council, as amended, the city manager shall set the salaries of every subordinate officer and employee in city service, both on initial appointment and thereafter as performance warrants. (Ord. 1355 § 1 (part), 2013: prior code § 2.3).

2.32.015 Compensation of the mayor and council.

(a)    As provided in Section 36516 of the Government Code, the mayor and each member of the council shall receive a monthly compensation of three hundred dollars per month.

(b)    The salary set forth in this section may be adjusted, as provided in Section 36516 of the Government Code. (Ord. 1309 § 3, 2007).

2.32.020 Bond required for elected officials and employees.

All elected officials and employees are ordered to be bonded to the city in the amount of five hundred thousand dollars. (Ord. 1077 § 1, 1989: Ord. 827 § 1, 1973: prior code § 2.4).

2.32.030 Issuance of bond.

Each of the officials designated in Section 2.32.020 is hereby required to furnish a bond, in the penalty set forth in that section, issued by a responsible surety company, payable to the city and conditioned upon the faithful performance of the duties of his respective office. (Prior code § 2.5).