Monterey Park calls for audit after city administrators cashed in hundreds of thousands of dollars in unused time off

"The City Council has authorized an audit of city finances to determine when Monterey Park began paying officials for unused vacation and sick leave," the Pasadena Star-News reports. "The city paid $484,000 in unused time off to former City Manager Chris Jeffers when he resigned in 2007 and assumed his current position as the city manager of Glendora, according to documents and officials. Former police Chief Jones Moy retired in 2009 and cashed in $372,000 in unused leave, according to city documents."


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