Report: San Francisco Bay Area transit official earns $330,000 in 2012 without working one day

 By Associated Press : washingtonpost – excerpt

OAKLAND, Calif. — A top official for the agency that manages the San Francisco Bay Area’s BART system earned more than $330,000 last year — even though she didn’t work a single day for the public transit agency, a newspaper reported Sunday.

Bay Area Rapid Transit general manager Dorothy Dugger resigned under pressure in May 2011, but stayed on the payroll for another 19 months and was BART’s highest-paid employee in 2012, the Bay Area News Group (http://bit.ly/102JORG) reported… (more)