Public Hearing On Everett Salaries Of Mayor, Council, Judges Is Wednesday At Noon

March 1, 2021

Everett Government

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If you want to comment on the pay of Everett’s elected officials you’ll have a chance this Wednesday at noon.

Their work has to be completed by May 6th and they have to hold two public hearings. Who are they? The appointed members of Everett, Washington’s Citizens Commission on Salaries of Elected Officials. The first of two public hearings on salaries for 2022 and 2023 will happen online this Wednesday March 3rd at 12 Noon.

After a change to the City’s Charter in 1996 the Citizen’s Commission first met in January of 1997. Meeting every two years the Commission is charged with reviewing and establishing the salaries of the city’s elected officials, who include 7 City Council members, the Mayor and 2 Municipal Court Judges.

The members this year are:

John Monroe, Position 1 (Council appointed), term expires December 31, 2024
Chris Adams, Position 2 (Council appointed), term expires December 31, 2022
Simone Tarver, Position 3 (Mayor appointed), term expires December 31, 2022
Kelly Fox, Position 4 (Commission appointed), term expires December 31, 2024
Kevin Sylvester, Position 5 (Commission appointed), term expires December 31, 2024
Bobby Thompson, Position 6 (Commission appointed), term expires December 31, 2022
Abbi Gish, Position 7 (Commission appointed), term expires December 31, 2022

Because of the pandemic the Commission is meeting online so if you would like to participate, wish to attend the meetings or provide comment, please contact human resources for more information.

For your reference here is the most recent salary schedule for 2020-2021 as approved by the last Citizen’s Commission in 2019.



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