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Resource ID: #12947
Subject: Transportation
Source: Los Angeles Times
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The Los Angeles Times found that the agencies overseeing California's first public toll roads have rewarded their executives with lofty salaries, cash bonuses and unusual perks over a six-year period in which Orange County slumped through a prolonged recession and declared bankruptcy. The Orange County Transportation Corridor Agencies paid out cash awards and merit raises and provided other perks rarely available among public agencies. (Nov. 26, 1995)

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