Saline City Council will consider approving an employment contract with its new police chief when it meets Monday night.
Larry Hrinik, who council chose as the city’s next Chief of Police, would earn an annual salary of $91,109 in a contract negotiated with City Manager Todd Campbell last week.
Council will also convene in closed session for an evaluation of Campbell. Among many actions dealing with city staff, council will consider a 2 percent cost of living increase for non-union employees, as well as a resolution requiring city staff to contribute three percent of the cost of the retirement plan.
Here are the recommended salaries for officers of the city:
- Manager, $106,976
- Superintendent, $103,392
- Police Chief, $91,109
- Clerk, $70,977
- Treasurer, $70,977
- Assessor, $70,977
In other matters:
• City council will consider a motion that will increase the contract with a local public transportation company. People’s Express is asking for an additional $2,100 annually from the city, bringing the total cost $44,100. People’s Express has served Saline since 2007. It provides direct service to University of Michigan Hospital, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, the VA Hospital, and various medical facilities on Clark Road.
• Council will consider approving use of streets and services for Summerfest, taking place Aug. 10-11.