Boulder city attorney gets $2,000 bike allowance
BOULDER ” When Jerry Gordon was hired as Boulder’s city attorney last week, the city agreed to pay him $155,000 a year plus perks including a laptop and a cell phone ” and $2,000 to buy a bicycle.
The city manager and the municipal court judge are also eligible for the bike allowance in the environmentally conscious city. Other city officials get bus passes and some have access to a pool of city-owned cars and bikes.
City Manager Frank Bruno and Municipal Judge Linda Cooke haven’t taken the city up on the offer to buy a bike.
Gordon says he hasn’t decided yet.
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