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COUNCIL RAISES INSPECTOR GENERAL'S SALARY TO $170,000

By Katie Lannan

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE

BOSTON, AUG. 10, 2017.....Inspector General Glenn Cunha's salary will increase to $170,000 after the council that oversees his office approved the roughly 7 percent pay hike on Thursday.

Cunha's annual salary was previously $158,727. The Inspector General Council, which is charged with reviewing his compensation and job performance, voted to adopt the higher pay level as of July 1, 2017. He received 3 percent raises in each of the past two years, according to data presented at a council meeting.


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