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<br />, <br /> M I NUT E S <br />e Eugene City Council <br /> Council Chamber, City Hall <br /> October 11, 1982 <br /> 7:30 p.m. <br /> COUNCILORS PRESENT: John Ball, D.W. Hamel, Mark Lindberg, Brian Obie, Emily <br /> Schue, Betty Smith. <br /> ABSENT: Mayor Gus Keller and Councilors Gretchen Miller and Cynthia <br /> Wooten. <br /> Regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Eugene, Oregon, was called <br /> to order by Acting Mayor, City Council President, Brian Obie. <br /> r. CONSIDERATION OF SALARY ADJUSTMENT FOR CITY MANAGER <br /> Councilor Obie said that, before his departure for Japan, Mayor Keller had asked <br /> Mr. Obie and Ms. Schue to consider and make a recommendation on a salary adjustment <br /> for City Manager Micheal Gleason. Mr. Obie read a memorandum from him and <br /> Ms. Schue, summarizing the results of Mr. Gleason's annual performance evaluation <br /> and expressing the praise of the council for Mr. Gleason's work and the concern <br /> of the council for the large number of working hours and the amount of stress <br /> Mr. Gleason incurs in the position. Mr. Obie said he and Ms. Schue recommended <br />e that the council consider a 4.6 percent adjustment in Mr. Gleason's salary for <br /> 1982-83, retroactive to July 1, 1982, with an additional $2,250 a year in <br /> deferred retirement benefits. Mr. Obie said that the 4.6 percent adjustment was <br /> in line with salary adjustments recently made for both union and exempt City <br /> employees. He said that the adjustment would result in a monthly salary increase <br /> from the current $4,300 to $4,500, with an additional $2,250 in retirement <br /> benefits. <br /> Ms. Schue moved, seconded by Mr. Hamel, to approve the recommendation. <br /> Responding to a question from Councilor Ball, Mr. Obie said that the recommended <br /> adjustment was consistent with salary adjustments for other City employees. Mr. <br /> Ball asked if figures on recent adjustments for union and exempt employees were <br /> available. Mr. Gleason said he did not have those figures but that last year's <br /> union settlement, as well as adjustments for exempt employees, were approximately <br /> eight percent. He said that adjustments for the executive management staff <br /> for 1982-83 were at an annualized rate of six percent. Mr. Ball asked when Mr. <br /> Gleason's salary had last been adjusted. Mr. Gleason responded that his salary <br /> had been adjusted one year ago and that adjustment had also been consistent with <br /> bargaining agreement adjustments. <br /> Ro 11 call vote. Motion carried unanimously. <br />e <br /> MINUTES--Eugene City Council October 11, 1982 Page 1 <br />