Nickles explains why lawyers got bonuses past deadline
Attorney General Peter J. Nickles has an official explanation on how lawyers in his office were paid bonuses in October despite a new law that prohibited such pay in fiscal 2010, which began Oct. 1.
In a letter to Council member Mary Cheh (D-Ward 3), Nickles wrote the bonuses, which were based on an earlier labor agreement, were just slow to be processed because of budget concerns. Read the full letter here.
-- Nikita Stewart
Christopher Dean Hopkins
December 16, 2009; 12:00 PM ET
Categories: City Finances , Nikita Stewart
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