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OKG Newsletter

Topic: pay

‘Red states’ should pay off GOP debt

Letters to the Editor

B. Zoeller
A big national debt and big spending are scary. They sure scare me. But I’m sure most of you have heard the saying, “It’s easier to scare people than to find the facts.”
Wednesday, January 26, 2011

'Peake performance

Aubrey McClendon retains his Chesapeake CEO position, despite an advisory firm's recommendation.


Clifton Adcock
Chesapeake Energy Corp. leaders were able to stave off a recommendation to oust the Oklahoma City-based company’s CEO Aubrey McClendon and former U.S. Sen. Don Nickles from the board at June 10’s annual shareholder meeting.
Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Point: Streetcar route a beginning


Jeff Bezdek
It has been more than 66 years since Oklahoma City had meaningful intracity rail transit. In 2009, voters took a huge leap toward our transit future by endorsing a $130 million-dollar downtown rail-based modern streetcar system and intermodal hub as part of MAPS 3.
Wednesday, October 16, 2013

No raises?

Pay increase decision put off until December.


Tim Farley
Oklahoma City Manager Jim Couch and two other high-level administrators will have to wait until mid- December to know if they’ll receive annual salary increases.
Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Underpaid, now with proof!


Gazette staff
It’s okay if you don’t get paid much, but you have good benefits, right? Right?! The state has been counting on state workers’ cooperation on that front for quite awhile, but, luckily, things are looking up.
Monday, December 23, 2013

Might pay cuts be in their future?


Gazette staff
Big changes could be coming to the jobs of Oklahoma legislators after the 2014 legislative session, which begins Feb. 3.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Drummer porn


Gazette staff
Thwarted entrepreneur Casey Meyering and his revenge porn site, WinByState, are in the news again.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Women, power

One-third of Oklahoma City's department heads are female.


Ben Felder
Compared to other city halls in the region, Oklahoma City’s has the most cracks in its glass ceiling.
Wednesday, May 21, 2014