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In CA: In the city with the highest pay in the state, your house isn't likely to burn down

USATODAY.com Friday, 3 July 2020
It's a battle to win hearts and minds in California, and Gov. Newsom and friends are ready to spend big to do it. And I'll tell you the story of the city that on average pays its employees the most of anywhere in the Golden State, a little place where there's one firefighter for every 4.2 residents.
 
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