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Translink Board Chair Continues Defense of Executive Pay

Earlier this week, Translink released its Financial Statement for 2011.It showed an increase in ridership, and that executive positions have been cut in half since 2010. It also showed that nine executives at Translink earned more than $200,000 last year. Nancy Olewiler is the Chair of Translink's Board of Directors, which is responsible for setting executive salaries with the corporation.

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