The Columbian will publish its weekly Prep Power Rankings of teams in Southwest Washington. And we’re giving fans a chance ...
To track public salaries and total compensation in Clark County for 2011, The Columbian compiled 38 information requests. Agencies provided information for their top-paid 20 employees or fewer if they do not employ that many people. You may search by last name, agency or category.
Once your data is displayed, click the top of a column to sort the list by that column, or click twice to sort the list backwards. Total compensation includes base salary plus extras such as overtime, shift differential pay, auto allowances, accrual payouts, deferred compensation and annuities. In a few cases, such as with Camas City Administrator Lloyd Halverson, non-paid furlough hours explain why total compensation was lower than base salary.
If any records are inaccurate, please email reporter Stephanie Rice or call her at 360-735-4508.