By Marty Graham SAN DIEGO (Reuters) - The city of San Diego and its disgraced former mayor, Bob Filner, have agreed to pay his ex-press secretary $250,000 to settle the sexual harassment suit she brought against them, with the entire sum coming from municipal coffers, city officials said on Monday. Filner, 71, signed off on the agreement as the principal defendant in the lawsuit brought by Irene McCormack Jackson but will pay nothing to settle the complaint, in keeping with a separate deal he reached with the city before he resigned in August. "Nothing will come out of his pocket," City Attorney Jan Goldsmith said in announcing the latest agreement at the city's Civic Center Plaza. "This is what's called a clean settlement in that there are no hanging issues." The municipal government admitted no wrongdoing in the settlement, which the City Council approved unanimously in closed session on Monday, Goldsmith said.