Today is April 30, there is no meeting scheduled for the salary-setting commission, and that’s significant

April 30 is a key day in the process that could result in a 30-percent pay cut for Mayor Anthony Silva and all future Stockton mayors for the next millennium or two. With no salary-setting meeting scheduled for today, which was the deadline, it appears certain the matter will go back in the hands of the City Council at an upcoming meeting.

The City Charter appears to make it all but mandatory for the council to approve the salary-setting recommendation to cut Silva’s pay from nearly $105,000 a year to $72,000 starting July 1. But then again …

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