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This week, Arlington County Board members will consider a proposal that would allow them to raise their salaries for the first time since 2012.
Members are scheduled to vote tomorrow (Tuesday) to raise the maximum level at which they can set their salaries, choosing from one of three possible options:
- Option 1: $61,034 for members, and $67,464 for the chair
- Option 2: $89,851 for members, and $95,734 for the chair
- Option 3: $129,429 for members, and $135,312 for the chair
Currently, the salary cap for Board members is $57,337 a year, but members are currently paid $55,147. The member serving as Board Chair (currently Christian Dorsey) is paid $60,662, but the salary cap for his position is $63,071.
A staff report to the Board noted that 223 people responded to an online survey…
Original published: 2019-06-17 15:00:21 Read the full Washington News here
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