June 11, 2013
By remaining on BART's payroll, Dorothy Dugger accrued almost two extra months of vacation time, according to the San Jose Mercury News. The months of extra pay were on top of the $920,000 BART paid her to leave.
April 14, 2011
After nearly 19 years of service, Dorothy Dugger, the first female to lead the agency, will leave the position on April 22. Dugger and the BART board of directors reached a mutual agreement, whereby BART will pay her $958,000 for her resignation.
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