John Inglish received a bonus of $22,700, on top of total compensation of $364,000, even though he held the mostly advisory job of chief executive officer created in a severance deal.
The bonus checks were cut even as UTA faced controversies over charging fares that are among the nation’s highest, auditors questioned its high level of long-term debt and news reports compared executive salaries to some of the larger transit agencies in the country.
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