Santa Barbara to consider expanding living wage ordinance; opponents may look to repeal local law at today’s meeting
The living wage ordinance requires businesses who have contracts with the city worth more than $ 15,000 to pay their employees between $ 15.45 an hour and $ 12.14 an hour. The hourly amount varies depending on whether the company offers health benefits. The state’s minimum wage is $ 8 an hour.
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Oro Mining Provides Update Including Positive Drill Results from Its Mexican Projects
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwire – Nov. 23, 2010) – Oro Mining Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:OGR) reported today that it has appointed SRK, an independent engineering company based in Denver Colorado, to conduct resource estimates and block models for its Taunus and El Compas gold deposits.
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