A closer look at officials' salaries

By Hilary Andrews, Kyla Calvert, Alison St. John and Renee Villasenor
KPBS
Officials’ salaries weigh more heavily on the pocketbooks of taxpayers in the county’s smaller cities as seen below.

Each year, city officials’ salaries cost Del Mar’s 4,543 residents about $43.58 a piece. Del Mar’s City Council members earn $3,600 a year.

San Diego City Council members make more than 20 times as much, but their salaries cost people who live in San Diego just 73 cents a year.

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SAN DIEGO
Population: 1,306,301

Position Full-/Part-time Salary
Mayor Full time $100,464
Chief Operating Officer Full time $250,000
Eight council members Full time $75,386 each

DEL MAR
Population: 4,543

Position Full-/Part-time Salary
Mayor Part time $3,600
City manager Full time $180,000
Four council members Part time $3,600 each

SOLANA BEACH
Population: 13,059

Position Full-/Part-time Salary
Mayor Part time $8,550.96
City manager Full time $180,250
Four council members Part time $8,550.96 each

POWAY
Population: 49,881

Position Full-/Part-time Salary
Mayor Part time $12,735.84
City manager Full time $217,219.18
Four council members Part time $12,735.84 each

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