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Opinion

The balancing act: Jan. 30, 1933

By From page A4 | June 30, 2014

There is a movement in El Dorado County that could be called a coup d’county, a takeover of county government under the absolute rule of the county chief administrative officer. And it looks like this movement is led by the county CAO, Terri Daly, her followers and minions. Maybe EDC executives will become like those executives in the city of Bell. Only recently (July of 2013) did Terri Daly seek from the BOS and receive an annual salary increase for the HR director of $33,000, an increase of 22 percent.

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