The Waukesha Common Council did not change its mind.
A couple weeks ago, the aldermen, almost unanimously, voted to increase future salaries for the aldermanic and mayoral positions.
However, a few days later Mayor Jeff Scrima vetoed its decision saying that it was not the time for salary increases.
Scrima continued to show his objection for the raises at Tuesday night's Common Council meeting.
But in the end, the veto only delayed the approval of the raises as enough votes were cast on Tuesday to override Scrima's veto.
It was 11-3 in favor of increasing aldermanic salaries with Aldermen Cory and Eric Payne and Adam Jankowski voting against the override.
In the mayoral increase vote only two voted against the override (Cory Payne and Jankowski).
Cory Payne had been the only one who voted against the increases at the Oct. 15 Common Council meeting.
Common Council President Terry Thieme, like he did a couple weeks ago, did not vote on the mayoral salary increase because he is running for the position in 2014.
The mayor's annual salary will increase from $79,100 to $83,500 and the aldermen's annual salary from $6,500 to $7,000.
The increases, however, will only go into effect during each aldermanic district's next election cycle.