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The District of Summerland's 'sunshine list' of municipal employees making over $75K per year grew slightly for 2020

District's 'sunshine list'

The District of Summerland has released their municipality’s 2020 Statement of Financial Information, in which their "sunshine list" of municipal employees who earned over $75,000 during the past year grew slightly.

Just two more employees for a total of 38 were added to the list in 2020, which municipalities are required to disclose each year.

A financial report going before council Monday outlines the list and details the salaries of each employee over the $75,000 threshold, as well as those of elected officials.

According to information in the municipality’s 2020 Statement of Financial Information, the district spent a total of $7,285,165.06 on employee remuneration in 2020, $3,685,673.94 of which went to the sunshine list.

The total is down from $7,899,395.93 in 2019.

The highest five remunerations, not including expenses, for 2020 were:

  • Anthony Haddad, Chief Administrative Officer: $164,433.16
  • David Svetlichny, Director of Finance: $132,376.37
  • Kristofer Johnson, Director of Works & Infrastructure: $132,301.94
  • Bill Wilson, Electrical Utility - Chargehand: $125,118.37
  • Kelsey Enns, Journeyman Lineman: $122,868.16

The salary for Mayor Toni Boot was $32,572.33, while each of the six councillors received $16,569.81, for a total of $131,991.19. Expenses from all of council totalled $4,638.86, greatly down from last years, which totalled $32,540.09.

Find the full list of public salaries here on page 109 of the Summerland council agenda.



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