Supervisor says living wage law will hurt Oak Park

Acorn Staff Writer

Supervisor says living wage law
will hurt
Oak Park

The higher cost to meet Ventura County’s new "living wage" law might result in a cutback in services for Oak Park, County Supervisor Frank Schillo told members of the Oak Park Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) last week.
The law approved last year by the board of supervisors requires the county to pay its contract employees at least $8 an hour plus benefits or about $10 an hour without benefits. The statewide mi...

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