Chart: Paso Robles' top salaries for 2009-10

March 13, 2011 

PositionOvertimeTotal pay
Police chief0$223,553.67
City manager0$220,464.44
Assistant city manager0$199,647.98
Administrative services director0$199,647.98
Public works director0$199,647.98
Emergency services chief0$199,406.51
Community development director0$199,085.63
Library and recreation director0$195,711.56
Police captain0$190,250.52
Emergency services battalion chief$11,128.83$180,021.07
Information technology manager0$158,060.59
Maintenance superintendent0$158,060.59
Water resources manager0$157,948.24
Finance manager0$157,415.50
Captain/paramedic$18,861.55$157,335.96
Police sergeant$8,415.05$156,836.02
Police lieutenant0$155,924.21
Captain/paramedic$16,809.96$155,254.63
Capital projects engineer0$154,915.06
City planner0$154,915.06
City engineer0$154,915.06
Human resources manager0$154,915.06
ES captain$26,427.61$154,808.90
City planner0$153,730.94
Police sergeant$9,880.45$153,669.08
Captain/paramedic$12,614.31$153,410.03
Police sergeant$4,500.96$150,105.86
Police lieutenant0$149,400.54
Captain/paramedic$12,579.17$148,249.16
Wastewater manager0$144,167.49
Paramedic/firefighter$34,823.21$141,240.22
Sergeant & officer$14,488.47$140,794.92
Police officer$29,522.17$140,724.65
City librarian0$139,615.32
Captain/paramedic$1,056.52$139,225.24
Paramedic/firefighter$27,700.29$131,556.83
Police officer$6,385.30$129,338.65
Paramedic/firefighter$24,085.85$128,612.90
Police officer$8,242.02$128,316.34
Recreation manager0$125,082.69
Associate planner0$122,679.37
GIS analyst0$122,679.37
Deputy building official0$122,679.37
Water conservation manager0$122,679.37
Industrial waste manager0$122,679.37
Firefighter$23,488.54$120,600.42
Firefighter$22,879.00$118,997.23
Firefighter$24,011.15$118,509.72
Firefighter$19,042.07$116,157.99
Firefighter$17,610.32$114,851.30

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