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Bloomington City Officials To Get 1.5% Raise

The vote by the city council will apply to all elected officials.

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Elected officials in Bloomington will receive a 1.5% raise in 2012.

The Bloomington City Council voted Tuesday night to give a 1.5 percent raise to all elected city officials. That will give Mayor Kruzan a pay raise of more than $1,400, bringing his annual salary to around $95,500.

City Council Representatives will receive a raise of $211 per year for the 2012 session.

The measure passed 8 to 1, with outgoing Councilman Brad Wisler casting the only dissenting vote.

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