Palm Beach County commissioners on Tuesday unanimously agreed to give County Administrator Bob Weisman a 3 percent raise and said they would hold a workshop to discuss how to replace him when he retires in 2015.
The commission agreed to give Weisman the same increase proposed for general county employees in 2013-14. The raise, which takes effect Oct. 1, will boost Weisman’s salary $259,140 from $251, 591.
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The Palm Beach County Commission took the following action Tuesday:
- Domestic partners: Agreed to reimburse unmarried domestic partners, gay or straight, for the taxes they pay on employer-provided health insurance. The change is expected to cost the county $135,783 a year.
- Job growth: Conceptually approved a job growth incentive grant of $200,000 for a company that would create 86 full-time jobs by moving its South Florida operations to Boca Raton.