The Baltimore County Council is due to vote this month on legislation that would hike the salaries of the county executive, council members and the county’s head administrator by around 10% and do away with pension limits for council members. Two bills filed at the request of County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr.’s administration would amend bylaws to raise the pay of the county executive from $175,000 — the standard salary for the county chief since 2014 — to $192,000. Another proposal would increase County Administrative Officer Stacy Rodgers’ pay to $263,000.
Raises for Baltimore County Executive, council and top official proposed
August 8, 2022