Detroit News, Free Press Catch Up to CapCon

CapCon broke DIA salaries story three weeks ago

The Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press on Thursday both reported on $50,000 bonuses and double-digit raises the top two administrators at the Detroit Institute of Arts received in 2012. That was the same year voters in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties approved a 10-year millage for the DIA worth $23 million. The DIA has also resisted suggestions that it sell just a single painting that would have provided enough cash to ensure the museum did not need $350 million of taxpayer money as part of Detroit’s so-called “grand bargain” bailout.

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Kudos to The News and Free Press for reporting on the DIA information that Michigan Capitol Confidential broke three weeks ago.

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