Orange County CEO Tom Mauk may kick in more toward his pension, highlighting this week’s public meeting agendas around the county.

If supervisors approve the agreement, Mauk will pay 100 percent of his employee contribution toward his pension. The change would mean Mauk would pitch in an extra $900 per pay period, according to a staff report.

Controversy surrounding the compensation of the county’s executives and managers has been in the headlines since May, when the county’s performance auditor issued a scathing report on the merit bonus program. He concluded that the executive bonuses were de facto salary hikes, because they were given to virtually every manager.

Last week, a Voice of OC story revealed that county managers were quietly given a pay raise last month under the controversial “Pay 4 Performance” program.

Here’s a rundown of this week’s meeting agendas:

Orange County Board of Supervisors, Tuesday, Dec. 13

Closed Session

  • Existing litigation involving three cases: William D. Fitzgerald v. Orange County, et al.; Orange County Patients Collective v. Orange County, Keith Miller (Deceased) v. Orange County, Worker’s Compensation Matter.
  • Real estate negotiations.
  • Evaluation of the director of internal audit.
  • Labor negotiations with Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs.

Irvine City Council, Tuesday, Dec. 13

Closed Session

  • Potential litigation over plans to expand James A. Musick Jail.
  • Evaluation of the city manager.

Newport Beach City Council, Tuesday, Dec. 13

Closed Session

  • Labor negotiations.

Garden Grove City Council, Tuesday, Dec. 13

  • Proposed indoor sports facility at the corner of Knott Street and Acacia Avenue.
  • Annual report for the Garden Grove Agency for Community Development.

Closed Session

  • Real estate negotiations.

Westminster City Council, Wednesday, Dec. 14

  • Loud party fines.
  • The city’s spending plan for $75,000 in State Law Enforcement Services Funds.
  • Annual report of the city’s redevelopment agency.

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