In case you missed it over the weekend, Tacoma City Manager Eric Anderson got a bit of unwelcome publicity in The Wall Street Journal. In the piece, “Cities Find Cash for Managers’ Raises” Anderson is mentioned as one of several city officials around the nation who’ve received raises during the recession.
From the article:
Handing out raises to civic officials rarely plays well with the public, especially during austere times like these. But dozens of counties, school districts and other entities are doing just that, citing a need to retain experienced people. …
Targeted raises have been granted in