Despite a deficit of $306+ million, the San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors, mayor and other elected officials could receive thousands of dollars more in their paychecks come next fiscal year. "The salaries of each of the 11 members of the Board of Supervisors will increase by nearly $2,000 next fiscal year, from $96,549 to $98,469, reports The Examiner. "Other, more highly-compensated elected officials, such as the city attorney, will see their salaries grow next year compared to this year by more than $4,000. The mayor’s salary will increase by $5,462 from $247,473 to $252,935."
But. Even with the pay increases, as SF Weekly points out, "city supervisors are still receiving salaries that are well below 2009 levels."