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posted: 1/8/2014 4:10 PM

Arlington Heights village manager gets a raise

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The Arlington Heights village board on Monday approved a 2.75 percent raise for Village Manager Bill Dixon.

The raise, effective Jan. 1, brings Dixon's total compensation package to $207,092. The salary increase was approved without discussion by the village board.

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Dixon's last salary increase came in 2012 with a 2 percent raise halfway through the year and another 1 percent at the end of the year.

A 2013 Daily Herald analysis of village manager salaries placed Dixon as the 5th highest paid manager in the suburbs.

Dixon, 67, has been with the village since 1993 and oversaw the transition from longtime Mayor Arlene Mulder to Thomas Hayes earlier this year.

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