Mayor Marty Walsh filed a proposal Monday giving his office a $24,000 raise to $199,000 a year. But if the proposal passes, Walsh's office said he won't take the raise, rather it would become effect the next time Boston elects a mayor.

Walsh also proposed raising councilor salaries by $12,000 to $99,500.

Not to be outdone, City Council President Bill Linehan proposed to boost pay on the 13-member panel by $17,500, from $87,500 to $105,000. He also proposed giving the mayor a $35,000 raise, from $175,000 to $210,000.

Last year the council controversially approved a $20,000 pay raise, only to have Walsh veto it. An independent city board earlier this month proposed a $9,500 council raise that Linehan called "totally inadequate."

The independent board also found that Boston City Councilor's were among the nation's highest paid.

Linehan didn't immediately comment on Walsh's pay raise.