UTA execs may get bonuses even for missed goals
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The three major goals UTA did hit last year included meeting on-time completion of new rail projects, meeting non-tax revenue goals, and completing or moving forward as projected on a variety of regional transportation plans.
The full UTA board made some modifications to the bonus policy last month. It now requires that any bonus over $8,000 not required by contracts must receive board approval in an open meeting. It also required board approval for any international travel by UTA officials, which has also been controversial.
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