Typically, evaluations of public officials like city managers and school superintendents come with pay raises for good performance.
But Puyallup officials haven’t discussed that matter yet as it concerns their city manager, who received his first annual evaluation Tuesday night.
Puyallup Mayor Don Malloy told me Tuesday morning that the city council had yet to talk about whether or not first-year City Manager Gary McLean would receive a raise.
And it didn’t come up at that night’s meeting, when three council members voted to put McLean out of a job and four voted to retain him.
I’m curious about this, so I’ll continue to ask. And I’ll be sure to let you know.