In a unanimous decision during the April 1 City Council meeting, the Canyon Lake Council approved a salary increase and a one-time addition of 80 hours of vacation leave for City Manager Chris Mann.
Mann’s annual performance evaluation, as required by Section IV of the Employment Agreement between the city and city manager entered in March 2019, was conducted during a closed City Council meeting in March.
Effective March 1, Mann will receive a gross salary of $165,000 per year, to be paid in equal monthly installments at the same time other employees of the city are paid and subject to the same deductions.
Additionally, Mann may cash out up to 80 hours of accrued vacation time at the end of each calendar year. Upon termination of his employment with the city for any reason, a maximum of two year vacation time shall be paid to him. Council praised Mann’s leadership. “Well worth every penny,” said Mayor Ehrenkranz.
City Attorney Steven Graham noted that, even with the salary increase, Mann is still “the most modestly compensated city manager in Riverside County by a significant margin.”
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