If you want to know how much Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul Graziano earns, get out your slide rule.
It would also help to have an accounting degree.
The city's longest-serving agency head, with 15 years at the helm of the nation's fifth-largest Public Housing Authority, makes about $214,000 per year, according to an agency spokeswoman.
That's well north of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's gross pay of $167,449. But it's not the whole story.
Graziano's acknowledged pay is also far above the $153,000 listed on Open Baltimore's city employee pay website.
The difference comes from the federal government, which employs...