Retired sheriff Don Horsley, who opted to forego his county supervisor salary while collecting a $200,000 pension after being elected to the board two years ago, began collecting a paycheck again this month. Horsley's special salary waiver expired on Nov. 10 and Horsley decided to begin accepting payment, he announced Wednesday. Supervisors earn approximately $115,000 annually plus another roughly $25,000 more in benefits. During his 2010 campaign, Horsley said he would forego both if elected.
Don Horsley Breaks Campaign promise to Double Dip into the County Coffers
Original post made by Susan Smith, Woodside: other, on Dec 27, 2012