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Menlo Park: City manager gets raise, bonus

 

Menlo Park City Manager Alex McIntyre has won a $4,300 pay raise to $221,800 a year, plus a year's extension to his contract, which will now run until March 7, 2018, and a bonus of $15,000.

The contract change was on the consent calendar of the City Council, which approved it unanimously without discussion Sept. 13. The council plans to review Mr. McIntyre's performance in another six months to consider another bonus, based on progress toward goals the council has set.


Menlo Park City Manager Alex McIntyre
Previous amendments to Mr. McIntyre's contract raised his salary by about 9 percent to $217,500 in 2015, up from $199,000 in 2012, when he was hired.

Mr. McIntyre's contract also includes annual contributions from the city of $17,000 toward his retirement fund, plus the equivalent the city would pay monthly toward his health insurance premium if he opts out of the city's health insurance plan.

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Posted by Thom Harris
a resident of Menlo Park: Downtown
on Sep 26, 2016 at 2:28 pm

Jerry Brown's salary is $182,791.


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