Salaries up at Regional DIstrict Okanagan Similkameen

Seventeen employees of the Regional District Okanagan Similkameen were paid remuneration and expenses of $75,000 or more in 2013.

  • May. 26, 2014 11:00 a.m.

Director Area, Municipality Remuneration Expense

Manfred Bauer, Keremeos Director $15,276 $1,640

Gary Thielmann, Keremeos Alternate $292 $56

Frank Armitage, Princeton Director $9,949 $1,545

Marilyn Harkness, Princeton Alternate $1,752 $719

George Bush, Cawston Director $27,995 $1,722

Ernest Marvin, Cawston Alternate $876 —-

Brad Hope, Area “H” Director $27,637 $16,437

Ed Staples, Area “H” Alternate $876 $363

Angelique Wood, Area “G” Director $30,811 $13,892

Bob Dennis, Area “G” Alternate $1,597 —-

Tom Siddon, Area “D” Director $26,144 $5,683

Tom Styffe, Area “D” Alternate $1,914 $2,090

 

The regional district had no severance agreements under which payment was made during the fiscal year 2013.

Seventeen employees of the Regional District Okanagan Similkameen were paid remuneration and expenses of $75,000 or more in 2013. The number of employees making in excess of the $75,000 threshold is up from 14 in 2012.

 

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