Illinois DNR Chief Gets $10K For Commute
Fish and wildlife agencies around the country are financially strapped. Hmm . . . . From the Herald & Review:...
Fish and wildlife agencies around the country are financially strapped. Hmm . . . .
From the Herald & Review:
_The acting director of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources is on pace to collect nearly $10,000 in travel reimbursements from taxpayers this year, simply for going to work. . . .
The travel money is on top of his $120,000 salary and the use of a 2000 Ford Crown Victoria from the state motor pool. . . .
[An IDNR spokesperson, however,] said the arrangement is saving the state money because Flood is serving both as an assistant director of the agency, as well as acting director._
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