In our story last week, we said that Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra “did performance reviews and gave his department heads pay increases between roughly three and four percent.”
Unfortunately, radio news writing doesn’t always lend itself to the kind of specificity one gets in print. So let’s get specific.
Segarra gave raises to “his department heads.” That does not include “acting” department heads. Nor does it include people who don’t fall under the mayor’s budgetary authority — like the town and city clerk, whose office falls under the authority of the city council.
So, then, which department heads got performance reviews and raises by the mayor? Click the link.
(I’ve also included the forms for the chief operating officer and the corporation counsel.)