Skip to comments.California officials seek higher rates for meal reimbursements
Posted on 08/04/2011 4:22:41 PM PDT by BenLurkin
The chief executives of CalPERS and CalSTRS along with Controller John Chiang and Treasurer Bill Lockyer are asking the Brown administration to overhaul the state's travel meal reimbursement rates to help accommodate for trips to expensive locales.
Read more: http://blogs.sacbee.com/the_state_worker/2011/08/california-officials-seek-higher-rates-meal-reimbursements.html#ixzz1U6X38OST
(Excerpt) Read more at blogs.sacbee.com ...
A Double Cheeseburger is a DOLLAR at McDonald’s everywhere...
It’s the TAXPAYER’S MONEY, after all.
“$6 for breakfast, $11 for lunch and $18 for dinner.”
Let’s see, McDonalds for breakfast, Tommy’s for lunch, and In-and-Out for Dinner...seems like PLENTY of money to me.
...although for people outside of the LA region, they’ll have to find some place else for lunch - maybe In-and-Out (yea, they’re that good).
Take it or leave it.
Hope you're not flying Fisrt Class, either.
My 4 year old grandson came up with the perfect answer that seems to have escaped Calif officials, If you can’t afford the expensive places then go to cheaper places.
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