Councilman Matthew Martin said Del Gallo shouldn't have a problem finding someone to fill the position at the proposed bi-weekly salary, but Del Gallo said Mullally was already the lowest paid secretary in the building.
Deputy Supervisor Robert Godlewski accused some board members of having a personal issue with Mullally, which is way they opposed the resolution. DiLeva was quick to rebut the claim.
"She can work part-time for part-time pay," said Martin.
DiLeva said Mullally came into the job knowing her pay could be reduced due to budgetary concerns since she is not a union member. Martin and DiLeva both said cutting her pay wasn't a personal decision too.
"For a secretary that is a fair wage," said Martin.""