August 6th, 2010 | by BETH SLOVIC News | Posted In: CLEAN UP, City Hall

What Mayoral Staffers Make



Public outcry over the $800,000 paid to the city manager in tiny Bell, Calif., is prompting greater scrutiny of city employees' wages across the country.

The good news is no such extraordinary excess exists in the mayor's office of Portland City Hall. But despite shedding several jobs in his office this summer, Mayor Sam Adams has 25 employees and one vacancy for a full-time police liaison. Around this time last year, before he added the Police Bureau to his portfolio, he had 24 employees and one vacancy.

Here's his current staff and their pay:



  1. Kimberly Schneider, economic development, $69,899.18, with the Portland Development Commission paying half.

  2. Sierra Stringfield, executive assistant, $51,403.30

  3. Megan Ponder, planning and sustainability, $45,779.76, with PDC paying half and Planning & Sustainability the other.

  4. Robert Ingram, youth-violence prevention, $77,104.82

  5. Roy Kaufmann, communications director, $82,236.70

  6. Cevero Gonzalez, executive assistant, $68,616.08

  7. Reese Lord, education, $56,535.18

  8. Kali Ladd, education, $59,614.10

  9. Warren Newberry, economic development, $56,535.18

  10. Jennifer Yocom, arts and culture, $66,820

  11. Thomas Peavey, youth-violence prevention, $57,054.40

  12. Tom Miller, chief of staff, $99,641.88, with Office of Management and Finance paying 70 percent

  13. Amy Ruiz, planning and sustainability, $56,535.18, with the planning bureau paying 100 percent

  14. Lisa Libby, planning and sustainability, $69,899.18, with the planning bureau paying 100 percent

  15. Warren Jimenez, deputy chief of staff, $82,771.26, with OMF paying 70 percent

  16. Grace Uwagbae, manager, $51,403.30

  17. Alacia Lauer, part-time service aide, $20,001.28

  18. Paul Peterson, new media, $51,403.30

  19. Todd Diskin, youth corp coordination, $49,414.82

  20. Sam Adams, mayor, $118,144.00

  21. Catherine Ciarlo, transportation, $66,820.00 with the Bureau of Transportation paying 100 percent

  22. Noah Siegel, international relations, $65,000.00

  23. Katja Dillmann, transportation, $50,000.00 with PBOT paying 100 percent

  24. Inna Levin, part-time service aide, $20,001.28

  25. Cary Clarke, arts and culture, $42,500

  26. Robin Springer, part-time police liaison, $37,998.48, with the Police Bureau paying 100 percent

 
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