The governor of Hawaii receives about $120,000 per year and is responsible for managing the entire state. The mayor receives about $110,000 per year and is responsible for managing the entire county.
Does the senior manager of the university system really deserve $475,000 per year, plus free housing in these times of budget shortfalls (The Maui News, June 11)?
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, M.R.C. Greenwood previously received a $125,000 "relocation incentive" from the UC system to move 70 miles from Santa Cruz to Oakland. Is the UH also providing a "relocation incentive" to move from California to Hawaii over and above the actual moving expenses?
Is a person who had to resign from the No. 2 spot at the University of California, where she received $380,000 per year, for hiring her friend and investment partner to a job that paid $190,000 per year really the best candidate for this position?
If she does end up being hired can we have some assurances that her previous management behavior is not repeated?