Denver’s Highest Paid Employees Could Receive Salary Increase

By Matt Connelly

Denverite this morning reports that some of Denver’s highest paid city employees could receive a pay bump thanks to Mayor Michael Hancock:
“One of the highest paid city employees in Denver is DIA CEO Phil Washington, who rakes in $266,143 a year as the airport’s chief executive.
But under a new proposal advanced by a Denver City Council committee on Tuesday, Washington could get a 30% percent raise — an increase of $80,820 — pushing his annual salary to $346,975 a year. The committee voted 4-1 to move the bill to the full City Council, with councilmember Candi CdeBaca voting no.
Washington’s is one of 11 appointed positions that would see a salary increase under a proposal put forward by Mayor Michael Hancock’s administration.”
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Matt Connelly is the Founder of Campfire Colorado and Campfire Media.