Santa Rosa City Manager Sean McGlynn received a 3 percent raise Tuesday, in line with what other managers received earlier in the year.

The former deputy city manager in El Paso took the helm of Sonoma County’s largest city in September 2014, and has been credited with bringing thoughtful leadership to the city, including the two months since fires devastated large sections of the city.

The 3 percent bump is the same as the cost-of-living increase granted other members of the city’s executive management team starting July 9. McGlynn’s increase will be retroactive.

The increase will boost his salary to $232,380, making him one of the county’s highest paid government officials. The compensation package also includes an annual contribution of .025 percent of salary — $5,809 — to his retirement health savings plan.

The value of his total compensation package was not immediately available, but benefits such as retirement typically make up a third of an employee’s total compensation.

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