Mayor Rahm Emanuel is targeting city board stipends as he looks for millions in money-saving cuts.
Emanuel will cut stipends for Chicago's Cable Commission and the Board of Local Improvements, according to the Chicago Tribune. Members will get $1 a year instead of the $20,000 and $19,000-$23,000 respective board members made annually.
The cuts will save the city $175,000 a year, he told the paper. And the mayor isn't stopping there.
Emanuel ordered a review of other appointees' salaries and is asking sister agencies to do the same.
The goal is to cut city expenditures by half.