THE six-figure salary of Surrey’s supremo has been defended at a time when tough cuts are being imposed on residents.
David McNulty, the county council’s chief executive, will earn the equivalent of £213,040 this year despite services across Surrey being pinched.
The salary is £63,000 more than Prime Minister David Cameron and almost £80,000 more than the average council chief executive.
Cllr Povey said: "He is a very high level individual and perhaps we achieve millions in efficiency savings because of him."
My comment: So he's worth the money because he will cut services and sack other officers to "perhaps" save some money?
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