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CITY SALARY CHANGES

Position 2002 2003 %



City Manager Calvin Jamison* from $158,080 to $165,193 4.5 %

Deputy City Manager William Harrell from $115,000 to $122,000 6.1%

Deputy City Manager William Johnson from $106,000 to $112,000 5.6%

Deputy City Manager Bernard Wray from $88,442 to $106,400 20.3%

Chief of Police André Parker from $128,000 to $136,206 6.4%

City Attorney John Rupp* from $123,760 to $129,329 4.5%

Chief of Fire and EMS Larry Tunstall from $105,810 to $108,000 2.1%

Director of Public Works Diane Linderman from $99,715 to $105,299 5.6%

Director of Public Utilities Kenneth Chandler from $100,000 to $104,740 4.7%

Director of Finance Andrew Rountree from $97,500 to $102,960 5.6%

Chief of Staff Cynthia Newbille from $91,500 to $91,500 0%

City Auditor Lance Kronzer from $86,141 to $88,726 3%

Source: City of Richmond
Salaries for fiscal years, July 1 through June 30.
* Doesn’t include pay increases after June 30.

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