The San Diego Union-Tribune found that "San Diego's payroll ballooned by $41 million last year, fueled by unpublicized payouts, labor settlements and costly benefits." Analysis of spending data "helps put into perspective the $43 million in wage and benefit reductions that will take effect July 1 to address a budget gap. [Mayor Jerry] Sanders portrays the 6 percent reductions as historic and difficult, yet the savings are about the same as last year's growth in payroll." The story is the first in a three-part series that also includes an online payroll database.
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