SAN JOSE (KCBS)— With the framework close to being finished, Santa Clara County is moving forward with work on a living-wage ordinance, with a first step due in June.

It would take a pay rate of about $17 an hour, times two, for a husband and wife with two kids to make ends meet in Santa Clara County. Santa Clara County Supervisor Dave Cortese said that’s a lot higher than the $9 an hour minimum wage set to go into effect this July in California, so the full board is looking into an ordinance.

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Cortese expects there will be some opposition, but added that it’s not enough to just create jobs— the wages have to be adequate.

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“We don’t want our contractors, vendors; people that we’re dealing with on real-estate deals, taking tax-payer money and then underpaying people so that they end up having to come back into a CalWORKs [California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids] program, social services or general insistence,” he said.

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The county staff is scheduled to put together a framework in June with a final report due in early September. The ordinance could be adopted by the end of September.