Marbella Town Hall Salaries

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  • #52956

    Anonymous
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    Sur quote:

    ‘Austerity, transparency and democratic normality. These are to be the three main characteristics of the newly elected Mayor of Marbella’s term at the Town Hall. To that end, elected Mayor ángeles Muñoz, has proposed a 30 per cent reduction in her own salary, which would give her a pay of 4,200 euros a month. Other Town Hall staff are also to have their salaries reduced, although it has not yet been revealed by how much. Former mayor, Marisol Yagüe, earned 6,033 euros a month. ‘

    😯

  • #73029

    katy
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    Think Marisols 6033 euros was just her petty cash 😉

  • #73031

    Anonymous
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    Well yes, because all her property repairs and improvements were charged to the Town Hall !!!!!

  • #73049

    Fuengi (Andrew)
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    @Suzanne wrote:

    Sur quote:

    ‘Austerity, transparency and democratic normality. These are to be the three main characteristics of the newly elected Mayor of Marbella’s term at the Town Hall. To that end, elected Mayor ángeles Muñoz, has proposed a 30 per cent reduction in her own salary, which would give her a pay of 4,200 euros a month. Other Town Hall staff are also to have their salaries reduced, although it has not yet been revealed by how much. Former mayor, Marisol Yagüe, earned 6,033 euros a month. ‘

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    well that’s surprising. a politican proposing a salary reduction. still a very nice salary though. wonder what other perks they get?

  • #73052

    katy
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    Brown envelopes for legalising illegal buildings? 🙂

  • #73054

    Anonymous
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    “Austerity, transparency and democratic normality”.

    Katy – you forgot the transparency bit. No more brown envelopes, maybe they’ll be the see-through ones from now on so they can see what they’re getting.

    The famous corrupt mayor Jesus Gil was once quoted as saying “”Politics is a shelter for incompetents. I wouldn’t have them as bellboys in my company.”
    Let us hope that Mayor Angeles Munoz proves to be better than all the incompetents before her…..including Jesus Gil.

  • #73055

    Anonymous
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    I think we are all going down the right track here ,as you only need to look at the expenses of our own elected officials to see that the expenses charged, are way in excess of their salaries ,and that a whole range of services are made available FOC,It is the overall costs of running the administration that we should be concerned with,I remember that an elected official to the London Assembly had a £36000 Taxi bill ,apparently over half was spent on waiting time outside restaurants!!!.Its always the bigger picture

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