The Marysville Salary Commission now has four new members. The appointments were recommended by Mayor Jon Nehring and authorized by the City Council at its April 26 meeting.

Doug Buell: Marysville resident since 1994, semi-retired former newspaper reporter and longtime city Public Information Officer. Active in the community including Marysville Kiwanis Club president, Marysville Dog Owners Group founder and Marysville Community Food Bank volunteer. 3-year term expires 6/23/24.

Patricia Dalrymple: Has lived in Marysville since 1997. Retired from 40 years in public service with Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS). Final career project was managing a salary survey review for Support Enforcement Officers. 3-year term expires 6/23/24.

Andrew Hintz: Moved to Marysville 3 years ago. Technical program manager and business systems analyst for more than 20 years. 3-year term expires 7/14/24.

Jeff Price: Longtime Snohomish County resident who has lived in Marysville 1-1/2 years. Recreation & Cultural Services Director for City of Mukilteo since 2017, previously worked for cities of Everett and Kirkland. Appointed to complete term expiring 6/23/22.

These appointments fill positions vacated by outgoing members Joel Faber, Shelly Ganje, Amanda Garlock and Donna Wright, whom we thank for their service. Eric Berg, Robert Lovato and Brad Thompson continue to serve on the commission. The Salary Commission meets annually to review the salaries paid to elected officials including the Mayor and City Council and determine appropriate salary adjustments.

 

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