This is a list of the 2002 City of Mount Vernon employees and their job title and salaries.(pop 22,232)(200 employees)

The City of Mount Vernon was incorporated in 1890 and is administered by a mayor-council form of government with seven elected Council Members and an independently elected Mayor. The City operates on a general fund budget of approximately $16 million. The City is located in the heart of Skagit County along the banks of the Skagit River. The City serves over 28,000 citizens. It has more than 200 employees and provides services including police, fire, building inspection, animal control, parks and recreation, wastewater treatment, solid waste disposal, street construction and maintenance, library, legal and general administration.
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2002 City of Mount Vernon List of Employees, Job Title and Salary

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Here's the freedom of information request letter I sent to the City of Mount Vernon.

Here's the response letter I got from City of Mount Vernon

Here's the e-mail I got from Mount Vernon with the employees and salaries list as an attachment.
From: Vargas, Sandy
Cc: Knowles, Mark
Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 3:34 PM
Subject: monthly base salaries.xls
Mr.. Bloom,
Attached is the information you requested from the City of Mount Vernon. The employee name and monthly salary, as well as the position, are listed for you.
S. Vargas
Accounting Tech
City of Mount Vernon

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