Denver’s Highest Paid Employees Could Receive Salary Increase

By Matt Connelly
Denver’s Highest Paid Employees Could Receive Salary Increase

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.