Detroit board says it will sue its financial manager over his compensation

March 9, 2010
$145,000 of Robert Bobb's salary comes from private foundation funds
FromThe Detroit News: The Detroit Public School Board has voted to file a second lawsuit against Emergency Financial Manager Robert Bobb, contending that $145,000 in private foundation support he receives under his new contract is unlawful. Bobb's supplemental income from private foundations increased from $84,000 last year to $145,000 this year, under a one-year contract extension signed by the governor and state superintendent this month.

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