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The Commission may authorize an additional increase beyond the required adjustment, up to a total maximum increase of 5 percent. Payroll adjustments take effect on the first payroll period after the beginning of the new fiscal year. Councilmembers may voluntarily decline the salary increase and receive less than the Commission-authorized salary.
The table below shows salary increases approved by the Commission as required by law since 2004.
|Year||PEC Authorized Increase (%)||Salary Amount with Increase ($)|
|January 2018||6.6 (CPI)||91,018.25|
|January 2016||4.7 (CPI)||85, 382.97|
|June 2014||2.4 (CPI)||81,550.11|
|June 2013||2.4 (CPI)||79,638.78|
|July 2012||2.1 (CPI)||77,772.25|
|June 2011||2.8 (CPI)||76,172.62|
|June 2010||1.7 (CPI)||74,097.88|
|June 2009||0.8 (CPI)||72,859.28|
|June 2008||2.9 (CPI)||72,281.04|
|July 2005||2.1 (CPI)||64,326.08|
Also see the HR Memo Regarding Councilmember/Compensation