Column: Sometimes you can't count on mom, dad for support
You'd probably have to be living in a cave to not have heard about the recent controversy where taxpayers in Bell, Calif., learned about the exorbitant salaries many of their city officials were receiving.
Taxpayers found out that the city's chief administrative officer was being paid $787,637 a year and the chief of police was getting paid $457,000 a year.
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