Public Utility District No. 1 of Skagit County was formed in 1936. The District has approximately 23,000 metered connections providing water to approximately 65,000 customers in Skagit County. The District is administered by an elected, three-member Board of Commissioners who serve six-year, staggered terms. The Commission appoints a General Manager to oversee daily operations. The District has 75 employees and a $10 million annual operating budget.
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Here's a link to the Skagit County PUD Public Utility District webpage. https://www.skagitpud.org/
Here's a list of Skagit County PUD employees.
Here's the Skagit County PUD employees pay rate sheet.
Here's the Skagit County PUD employees pay rate sheet 2.
Here's the Skagit County PUD employees pay rate sheet 3.
Here's the freedom of information request letter I sent to Skagit County PUD.
Here's the response letter I got from Skagit County PUD.
Here's the 2nd response letter I got from Skagit County PUD.
Here's the 2nd request I sent to Skagit County PUD.
Here's the 3nd response letter I got from Skagit County PUD.
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A freedom of information letter template is at http://www.splc.org/foiletter.asp
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