Dayton’s city manager wants time off instead of raise

Dayton City Manager Tim Riordan asks for more time off in lieu of raise. (WDTN Photo)
Dayton City Manager Tim Riordan asks for more time off in lieu of raise. (WDTN Photo)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Dayton City Manager Tim Riordan made an interesting request at the city commission meeting Wednesday.

He asked for more time off in lieu of a pay raise.

“At my age, it’s nice to have a little more time off and there are things I’d like to do with the grandkids, so I just decided to freeze my salary and take the extra days,” said Riordan.

Commissioners approved the request.

Riordan has served as Dayton’s city manager since 2009.

 

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