More pay for manager considered in Dixon
Others had volunteered to do job for no salary
DIXON – Although two volunteers say they’d do the job for free, the Dixon Riverfront Commission might increase the pay of its executive manager, its chairman said.
The commission at its meeting tonight will consider paying Kay Miller $800 a month. She’s been paid $200 a month for the past year. But until late last year, Miller was paid $1,000 a month.
John Weitzel said he told the commission last year that he and fellow volunteer Josie Almassy would do the work for no salary. They volunteered when the commission was discussing Miller’s salary and the rumor was that she wouldn’t take a pay cut.
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