0.7 min readBy Published On: October 5th, 2022Categories: News1 Comment

The Boston Herald is reporting that Boston City Councilors voted unanimously on Wednesday to raise their pay by $10,000 more than the proposed hike, pushing up their salary from $103,500 to $125,000.

The new raise will take place after the next local election, next year. The change also raises the mayoral pay by double the city council’s rate, as per statute, so that means from $207,000 to $250,000 after the next election in 2025.

Initially, Mayor Wu originally had proposed raising the council salaries to $115,000 and the mayor’s to $230,000. This would have gone into effect as written if the council didn’t vote on it today.

You can get the full details here. 

As of Wednesday, there are several unions without contracts in the City of Boston including the Boston Firefighters, Boston Police Detectives Union, Boston Superior Officers and Boston EMS.

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  1. And Meanwhile, On..: October 6, 2022 at 2:48 pm - Reply

    …the Moakley Bridge, people are suffering TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURIES from falling streetlights.

    Are they paying the City Council by the “F-bomb” now? Because that could add up quite nicely. Heating bills are about to double. Food prices are pretty much following suit.

    Two questions:

    What planet am I on right now?

    And when is the next City Council election?

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