Rice County Elected Officials Get Salary Increases
A look back at Tuesday's Rice County Board of Commissioners meeting.
The Rice County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday set new salaries for the county's four elected officials—attorney, auditor/treasurer, recorder and sheriff.
Each elected official received a retroactive .5-percent increase on their salary, effective Jan. 1, and will get another .5-percent increase July 1.
|Name||Jan. 1 Salary||July 1 Salary|
|Attorney Paul Beaumaster||$108,522.92||$109,065.53|
|Auditor/Treasurer Fran Windschitl||$106,885.77||$107,420.20|
|Recorder Marsha DeGroot||$62,491.91||$62,804.36|
|Sheriff Troy Dunn||$99,495||$99,992.48|
Commissioners in December froze their salaries at $28,504, while keeping the board chair's salary at $29,359, according to county records.
Other items from Tuesday's meeting included authorizing an advertisement for bids for a community corrections renovation project, a public hearing for grants for McCullough Park and awarding a contract for sealcoating projects.
A full agenda is attached as a PDF.
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