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50 highest-paid City of Brandon employees

City manager Scott Hildebrand was the city's top earner in 2012, bringing home nearly $191,000.

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City manager Scott Hildebrand was the city's top earner in 2012, bringing home nearly $191,000. (FILE PHOTO)

The highest-paid City of Brandon employees in 2012, according to the city’s annual compensation disclosure report:

1. Scott Hildebrand, city manager — $190,934.30

2. Keith Atkinson, police chief — $149,886.56

3. Joni Swidnicki, deputy city clerk — $137,183.71

4. Brent Dane, fire chief — $133,406.42

5. Shane Corley, police inspector — $133,143.18

6. Ted Snure, general manager development services— $132,605.47

7. Ian Grant, police inspector — $132,080.65

8. Dean Hammond, general manager of corporate services/city treasurer— $126,652.59

9. Vicki Fifi, director of human resources — $125,773.54

10. Rodney Sage, general manager of operations — $124,728.46

11. Kevin Groff, fire captain — $121,459.52

12. Steven Romanik, deputy fire chief — $118,486.75

13. Con Arvisais, city clerk — $118,448.43

14. Garry Bell, deputy fire chief — $118,094.48

15. Douglas Thompson, police staff sergeant — $117,305.57

16. Ian Christiansen, director of engineering and water resources — $116,816.06

17. Ian Broom, director of public works — $115,302.39

18. Wade Ritchie, fire captain — $113,213.42

19. Sandy Trudel, director of economic development — $113,072.40

20. Tim Sanderson, director of transportation services — $112,771.31

21. Wayne Balcaen, police staff sergeant — $112,212.26

22. Gay Jones, police staff sergeant — $111,649.74

23. Randy Lewis, police staff sergeant — $111,350.73

24. Rick Semler, police staff sergeant — $111,025.97

25. Earl McNutt, police sergeant $110,824.88

26. Patrick Pulak, deputy director of engineering and water resources — $110,638.38

27. Perry Roque, director of community services — $110,445.66

28. Guy Roberts, police sergeant — $110,122.35

29. Dallas Lockhart, police sergeant — $109,677.56

30. Ralph Moore, fire captain — $108,673.87

31. Marc Alain, police staff sergeant — $108,397.97

32. David Andrew, police sergeant — $108,314.87

33. Larry Yanick, police staff sergeant — $108,236.88

34. Rod Koscielny, police staff sergeant — $108,139.31

35. Dean Hunter, firefighter — $107,984.78

36. Edward Conway, police sergeant — $107,869.25

37. Todd Burton, director of information technology — $107,694.44

38. Linda Poole, deputy director of human resources — $107,633.29

39. Michael Melanson, police sergeant — $107,051.63

40. Robert Smit, fire lieutenant — $106,366.12

41. Michael Ketcheson, firefighter — $106,267.02

42. Stephen Hayward, manager of construction and design — $106,022.25

43. Val Rochelle, director of finance — $105,541.98

44. Michael Pelechaty, police sergeant — $105,347.49

45. Gregory Hebert, police sergeant — $104,581.11

46. Michael Kulchyski, police sergeant — $103,791.26

47. Bruce Ewanyshyn, police sergeant — $102,859.67

48. Marc Savy, police constable — $102,594.29

49. Jeffrey Law, police constable — $102,462.45

50. Ronald Brossart, police constable — $102,410.96

» City of Brandon

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition June 21, 2013

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@Go jets — I'm sure we will.

The most-recent Brandon University release is from last year, though this year's should be disclosed soon.

http://www2.brandonu.ca/admin/2011%20Employee%20Compensation%20Disclosure.pdf

Prairie Mountain RHA hasn't released a compensation disclosure since the three RHAs merged. That merger may delay their disclosure, but we'll be watching for it.

Thank you for the information.
Now please inform the public of salaries over 50,000 for ALL employees of the Brandon Regional Health Authority and the Brandon School Division.

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The highest-paid City of Brandon employees in 2012, according to the city’s annual compensation disclosure report:

1. Scott Hildebrand, city manager — $190,934.30

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