Naples committee recommends salary increases for mayor, council

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The Naples “blue ribbon” committee voted 5-2 on Friday to recommend to City Council a 8.2% salary increase for the positions of the mayor and the council members.

Committee members Julie Domenick, Chairman David Feight, Janet Ferry, James Melican and Clifford Holland voted in favor, while Charles Seeger and Jerry Brown voted against it.

If the recommendation is adopted by City Council, the mayor’s annual salary would increase from $50,000 to $54,100 and the council members would see an annual raise from $40,000 to $43,300 effectiveone day after the Feb. 1, 2022, municipal election. 

From August:Should Naples councilors raise their salaries? Council sets up committee to find out

From 2017:Naples residents panel recommends big pay raises for mayor, council members

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