July 31, 2012 Leave a comment
As a follow-up to the post on San Bernardino’s Fiscal Emergency Operation Plan Memorandum, the snapshot of the City of San Bernardino’s Community Development Department Code Enforcement Division, and Enforcement salaries, and organization of the City Manager’s Office in San Bernardino, dated July 23, 2012, this is a look at the organization of the Mayor’s Office, headed by San Bernardino Mayor Patrick J. Morris.
As you might guess, Mayor Patrick Morris is at the top of the organizational chart. The first branch under the top of the tree is a branch with the Executive Assistant to the Mayor, Julie Frazier-Matthews. To the right of that is a leaf that says “Education Partnerships.” In this chart, an Office Assistant, Raymond Lomeli, reports to the Executive Assistant to the Mayor. To the right of the Office Assistant is another leaf that says “Administration & Customer Service.”
Below the branch with the Executive Assistant to the Mayor is another branch, on the left side of the organizational tree. It has one leaf, Chief of Staff Jim Morris. Jim Morris is the son of Mayor Patrick Morris.
Then, directly below the Executive Assistant to the Mayor and the Chief of Staff, but reporting directly to the Mayor (according to the organizational chart) are three branches, “Environmental & Healthy City Partnerships,” Transportation Partnerships & Intergovernmental Relations,” and “Community Safety Partnerships.” Each has one employee. Under the first, “Environmental & Healthy City Partnerships,” is Assistant to the Mayor I, Avianna Cerezo. Next, under “Transportation Partnerships & Intergovernmental Relations” is Assistant to the Mayor III, Casey Dailey. Lastly, under “Community Safety Partnerships” is Kent Paxton.
In all, we see as of July 23, 2012, there are seven positions in the Mayor’s Office. However, according to the proposed budget attached before the organizational chart, there is no line item showing amounts budgeted for salary or benefits for Chief of Staff. The requested budget for FY 2012-2013 shows $730,434 (an 18.8 percent increase over projected FY 2011-2012) for salary and benefits for the Mayor’s Office, and $931,715 for the requested budget for FY 2012-2013 (a 1.9 percent decrease from projected FY 2011-2012. The decrease in the proposed non-personnel budget comes from just two line items: a decrease of $13,700 (to zero) in Professional/Contractual Services and $700 (from $800 to $100) in Fleet Charges, fuel.
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