The Olympic watchdog who was hired to analyze Boston's bid will be moving onto the city's payroll with her $115,000-a-year salary iin the aftermath of the fallout of the bid.
The Boston Herald reports Sara Myerson, who was hired in April as the executive director for the Office of Olympic Planning, will be staying on under the Boston Redevelopment Authority.
Her salary will now be covered by the city, instead of the Olympic committee, which was reimbursing the city before the bid was pulled earlier this week.
Myerson is the first to drop following the bid's fall. It is not clear how much Boston 2024 must pay the U.S. Olympic Committee.