From the Daily News:
The city plans to dish out $2 million on dinner for city workers who stay late during the next two years, budget documents show.
The so-called "supper money" kicks in after two hours of overtime for all unionized civilian workers, except teachers, under a little-known agreement that left many veterans scratching their head.
The dining dollars are set by each agency and generally based on previous spending for meals.
Workers - who see the cash in their paycheck, not actual food - are supposed to put in for meal money only if they agree to take comp time instead of paid overtime...
But the rules are fuzzy, even to agency bosses.