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  • California pensions should divest coal assets: state senate leader

    California pension plans would divest all assets related to the coal industry under a measure the leader of the state senate said he will propose to reduce support for an industry that critics blame for contributing to climate change.
  • Retired Costa Mesa police chief takes No. 2 job at Port of L.A. force

    Retired Costa Mesa police chief takes No. 2 job at Port of L.A. force
    The deputy police chief for the Port of Los Angeles — whose first day on the job was Monday — will earn more than $350,000 a year by collecting a pension on top of his new salary. Tom Gazsi retired as police chief in Costa Mesa on Sunday and...

    Police chief's pension is near $185,000, Costa Mesa officials say

    Police chief's pension is near $185,000, Costa Mesa officials say
    Costa Mesa's outgoing police chief will receive an annual pension of about $185,000 on top of a $167,812 salary when he starts a new job at the Port of Los Angeles, city officials said. Chief Tom Gazsi is retiring from the Costa Mesa Police Department...

    Council OKs executive pay increase

    The city of Burbank is giving a raise to its 11 department managers and two of its elected officials, but it’s also asking them to pitch in more for their state retirement benefits. Last week, the Burbank City Council unanimously approved a...

    Venezia: Gazsi's motivation to move on becomes clear

    When the news hit that Costa Mesa Police Chief Tom Gazsi was retiring and had accepted a job as deputy chief over field operations and emergency management at the Port of Los Angeles, I was happy for him, yet sorry to see him go. But I get it. The...