COURTENAY, B.C- The salaries of Courtenay’s municipal government have been made available for public viewing.
The disclosure is part of the municipal government’s annual financial statement, with the latest document covering the year of 2017.
All members of council were included in the disclosure, as well as the senior members of the city government, with the filing covering all employees paid above $75,000.
According to the disclosure, Mayor Larry Jangula was paid $61,448, with total expenses of $5070. Councillor David Frisch was paid $23,525, with expenses of $4388, while the other members of council were paid $22,725, with the exception of Mano Theos. He was paid $23,225.
Councillor Bob Wells had the highest expenses in the year, with a total of $6657 filed.
In total, council was paid $199,101, with a total expense amount of $25,372.
No contracts between any current or former council members and the city administration were disclosed.
As for city staff, the highest paid employee was city manager David Allen. He was paid $172,772 in 2017, with a total of $12,235 in expenses.
The total amount paid to employees making above $75,000 was $6,591,688, while all expenses added up to $58,849.