This is a list of the 2002 Kitsap County PUD Public Utility District Employees List and their job title and salaries.(pop 231,969)(32 employees) (29+3 commissioners)

Public Utility District No. 1 of Kitsap County provides an array of services including management of 56 domestic water systems owned by the District. In addition, the District provides Satellite Management Agency services to over 120 other satellite water systems within Kitsap County. The District repairs water systems and provides education on water resource planning and conservation. In all, the Districtís 36 full-time employees provide some level of domestic water service to over 50,000 Kitsap County residents. The District also provides county-wide, wholesale broadband infrastructure and works with retail customers to provide state-of-the-art connectivity opportunities for residents. The District is administered by three commissioners. Its main sources of revenue are fees collected for water usage and property taxes. The Districtís 2005 operating budget was $3,071,000.
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2002 Kitsap County PUD Public Utility District List of Employees, Job Title and Salary

Here's a link to the Kitsap County PUD Public Utility District webpage. http://www.kpud.org/

Here's the Kitsap County PUD Public Utility District employees.

Here's page one of the Kitsap County PUD pay rate structure.

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Here's the freedom of information request letter I sent to Kitsap County PUD.

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