From the Daily News:
After crying poverty for months, Mayor Bloomberg authorized fat raises Friday for 6,692 of his managers and nonunion employees, worth $69 million over two years.
The raises, which will cover virtually all his City Hall staffers, but not himself, will match those given to District Council 37, the city's largest municipal union.
There will be a 4% raise retroactive to March 3 of last year, and a compounded 4% raise - or 4.16% - retroactive to March 3 of this year.
Those getting the raises will get lump-sum retroactive checks covering 16 months.
The seven deputy mayors will get raises ranging from $16,978 to $18,541, with the salary of First Deputy Commissioner Patricia Harris rising to $245,760.
From the NY Post:
The salaries of top city commissioners are going up from $189,700 to $205,179, thanks to 8 percent salary hikes Mayor Bloomberg finally granted yesterday to managers.
The cost was put at $45 million a year.