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City extends city manager contract

The Cedar Springs City Council voted Thursday evening to extend the contract of City Manager Christine Burns and give her a raise.

The Council took the recommendation of the compensation committee and not only renewed their contract with City Manager Christine Burns, but extended it to June 30, 2014. Her salary went from $66,133 per year to $67,786.

They said her evaluation shows that she is doing a good job, especially in the areas of fiscal management and long range planning.

“As the city looks to the future and tackles its next major projects (the new Fred Meijer/White Pine Trail staging area and the building of a Veterans Memorial Park and new library), we look forward to many more exciting years with Chris as our City Manager,” noted an official press release from the compensation committee.

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One Response to “City extends city manager contract”

  1. Paix says:

    Normally I would be irked by the pay raise, but this raise is not very much, is it…Ms. Burns has done a great job, a hard thing to do with the Mickey Mouse politics of Cedar Springs. She deserves more.

    Don’t lose a good person because you are cheap, folks.

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