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Council would make mayor’s salary $30,000

SNOHOMISH — The City Council is prepared to make Mayor Linda Redmon's salary $30,000 a year, up from $18,000.
Five council members came to a consensus at a workshop last week to increase the mayor's salary. The position's salary hasn't changed since 2017.
The actual vote to change the mayor's salary will come in the new year. The increased salary would become effective immediately upon approval.
The council sets the salary for the mayor position in the city, so the amount wouldn't change if a different mayor is elected to the seat in 2025.
The average mayoral pay in comparable cities is $23,244 a year.
The mayor's benefits package includes optional medical insurance plus state retirement. Neither Redmon nor her predecessor John Kartak enrolled in the city's medical benefits, said city human resources manager Rebekah Park.
There were no comments from the public disagreeing with $30,000 a year.
The council did not favor establishing an independent salary commission to set the salary.





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Snohomish mayor might be given salary increase by council, meeting to discuss is this Thursday, Nov. 10

SNOHOMISH — The City Council might increase Mayor Linda Redmon's salary from $18,000 a year as part of budget talks. A special one-hour meeting on the topic starts at 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10 in the Carnegie Building, 105 Cedar Ave.  The public will be able to give comments at this meeting in person or onlne and or send written comments in advance.

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