Vancouver Salary Review Commission holding final public meeting by telephone April 29

This will be the last meeting held before the commission presents the schedule of salaries for the mayor and city council members to the city clerk for inclusion in the 2021-2022 city budget

VANCOUVER – The city of Vancouver’s Citizens Commission on Mayor/City Council Salaries, also known as Salary Review Commission, will hold a telephone public meeting at 9 a.m. Wed., April 29.

This will be the last meeting held before the commission presents the schedule of salaries for the mayor and city council members to the city clerk for inclusion in the 2021-2022 city budget.

In compliance with statewide social distancing requirements, the meeting will take place via conference call. Community members can listen to the meeting and participate in the public comment period by calling 1-408-418-9388 when the meeting starts and using access code 961 789 965.

The Salary Review Commission’s purpose is to study the relationship of salaries to the duties of the mayor and city council members, and to set their salaries for the next biennium. The commission must file the schedule of salaries for the mayor and council members with the city clerk by May 1, 2020.

The Salary Review Commission was established by a city charter section approved by voters in 1994. Salary reviews are performed every other year to coincide with the city’s budget cycle. The commission is comprised of seven community members who were appointed by the mayor and approved by Vancouver City Council.

For more information about the Salary Review Commission, including links to meeting agendas and minutes, visit www.cityofvancouver.us/src.

Information provided by city of Vancouver.

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