Bryan & CS City Employees Receiving Year End BonusesFeatured Stories, News Thursday, December 20th, 2012
In time for the holidays, city employees in Bryan and College Station are receiving $1.4 million dollars in bonuses.
Bryan City Manager Kean Register says nearly seven hundred qualifying workers were surprised last week when each received a check for a net $750 dollars. Register, who did not give himself the bonus, says it was a thank-you for their part in turning around the city’s reserve fund from a $2 million dollar deficit to a $5 million dollar surplus.
KeanRegister122012.mp3WTAW’s Bill Oliver visits with Kean Register.
College Station City Manager David Neeley says in Friday’s regular paycheck for qualifying employees will be a net bonus of $500 dollars. It’s a one-time distribution based on $900,000 in unexpected savings generated by city employees.
DavidNeeley122012.mp3WTAW’s Bill Oliver visits with David Neeley.
The cost of the one time distributions are $800,000 dollars in Bryan and almost $600,000 in College Station.
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