‘Evergreen’ contract approved for Cambria general manager

ktanner@thetribunenews.comOctober 30, 2013 

Cambria Community Services District General Manager Jerry Gruber took a significant pay cut from the more-than $171,000 he earned as Atherton city manager when he became CCSD assistant general manager in September 2010.

COURTESY CITY OF ATHERTON

Jerry Gruber, general manager of the Cambria Community Services District, has a new “indefinite term” contract, thanks to the unanimous approval of the district Board of Directors on Oct. 24.

The contract gives him a $157,500 annual salary, reflecting a 5 percent raise of $7,500. The raise and the contract are effective retroactively to June. 28. The evergreen contract has no expiration date.

His pension, health and dental benefits are to continue, as is his $450-a-month vehicle allowance.

The district hired Gruber as utilities manager Nov. 1, 2010, with an annual salary of $113,856 plus benefits. He was promoted to GM when previous general manager Tammy Rudock was dismissed in April 2011.

Neither the public or the board commented on the vote.

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