Which Richmond officials earn more than their publicly-disclosed salaries?
RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – After CBS 6 investigative reporter Catie Beck uncovered the city’s highest paid official also recently received an unpublicized $26,700 bonus, she delved more into the employment contracts of other city employees.
As Beck reported, Richmond Chief Administrative Officer Byron Marshall received $22,500 in deferred compensation last year on top of his $178,000 salary. Deferred compensation is common in city government and many city administrators negotiate the payments in to their employment terms.
Richmond Mayor Dwight Jones received $23,000 in deferred compensation on top of his $125,000 salary.
Deputy Chief Administrative Officer got Sharon Judkins got $11,000 on top of her $162,000 salary). Former Deputy CAO Carolyn Graham got an extra $13,000 on her $160,000 salary. Richmond City Auditor Umesh Dalal received $5,000 on top of his $137,000 salary.
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