This is a list of the 2007 Cowlitz County Public Utilities Employees List and their job title and salaries.(47,000 customers)(169 employees)

Public Utility District No. 1 of Cowlitz County was created in 1936 and is located in Longview. The District is a customer-owned utility providing electrical service to nearly 47,000 customers and water to nearly 3,800 customers. A three-member Board of Commissioners governs the District. Combined operating revenues in 2005 totaled approximately $184.9 million. The District had 147 employees at the end of 2005. Management of the District is appointed by and accountable to the Board of Commissioners. The Board has responsibility for budget authority, the power to set rates, levy taxes and issuing debt consistent with provisions of state law.
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2007 Cowlitz County Public Utilities List of Employees, Job Title and Salary

Here's a link to the Cowlitz County Public Utilities webpage.

Below is the 2007 Cowlitz County PUD employees list. I would have rather gotten the information in an emailed excel form, but I'm happy to get the information. On the year to date gross wages line, some peoples lines have ########. I found that it's an excel error, where the cell isn't wide enough to fit in all the numbers. In this case, the ###### would mean that, that person makes more than $100,000 a year.

Here's the freedom of information request letter I sent to Cowlitz County Public Utilities.

Here's the Cowlitz County PUD response letter from 2/1/08.

Here's the Cowlitz County PUD response letter from 3/3/08.

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