City council seeks volunteers for salary commission

The deadline for submissions is August 6.

  • Tuesday, July 31, 2018 8:30am
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The Redmond City Council has established by ordinance an independent salary commission to review and set elected officials’ salaries. Once confirmed, the Redmond Salary Commission will be sworn into office and meet on a regular basis starting in early September with the intention of filing salary recommendations by November. Appointments are for a two-year term.

The seven-member commission reviews and discusses current compensation information such as salary, wages, health insurance, allowances, benefits and other forms of payment commonly received.

Redmond residents interested in serving on the Redmond Salary Commission may submit a letter of interest that includes their name and contact information and a statement of qualifications that highlights any relevant experience.

The deadline for applications has been extended by a week. Letters should now be delivered no later than 5 p.m. August 6 to the Human Resources Office at City of Redmond, P.O. Box 97010, Redmond, WA 98073-9710 or by email to mamatthes@redmond.gov.

For questions and more information on this press release contact Lisa Maher, Communications & Marketing Manager, at lmaher@redmond.gov or (425) 556-2427. This press release is available on www.redmond.gov.

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