LANSING (WKZO) -- Andy Dillon has not been Michigan's Treasurer since his effective resignation on November 1st, but he's still collecting his full salary of over 174-thousand dollars.
Dillon has remained active in Lansing serving as senior adviser to his replacement, Treasurer Kevin Clinton. He has been helping Clinton with the transition as well as working on fiscal issues with local governments.
Dillon is expected to remain in this position for another four to six weeks. Critics maintain that although Dillon is still participating in the department he should not be collecting full-time pay.