RESOLUTION 

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING IMPLEMENTATION OF A COUNTY ADMINISTRATION/COUNTY ATTORNEY SALARY MARKET STUDY 

WHEREAS, in the year 2000, an executive level market study was initiated by the Board of Supervisors; and 

WHEREAS, this market study assessed County Administration and County Attorney salaries in neighboring/comparable localities and identified Fauquier County as being substantially below market; and 

WHEREAS, as part of the FY 2001 budget process, the Board of Supervisors approved increases to the County Attorney’s and County Administrator’s compensation levels; and 

WHEREAS, the second half of the executive level market study has been completed by Robinson, Farmer, Cox and Associates; and 

WHEREAS, this market study assessed Deputy County Administrator, Deputy County Attorney, Assistant County Administrator and Assistant County Attorney salaries in neighboring/comparable localities and identified Fauquier County as being  below market; and 

WHEREAS, based on this market study, a recommendation is made to adjust the salary levels of the aforementioned positions  as shown on the Robinson, Farmer, Cox and Associates Salary Analysis Survey (with appropriate pro-rating for the part-time Assistant County Attorney position); and 

WHEREAS, these recommended actions are in conformance with Personnel Policy 22, Section IXA – Pay Adjustments to Pay Plan as a Result of Salary Surveys; now, therefore, be it 

RESOLVED by the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors this 16th day of September 2002, That the salaries of the aforementioned positions be increased  based on the results of the recent market salary study, as follows:

 

Deputy County Attorney          $4,678.00       Assistant County Attorney              $5,596.00

Deputy County Administrator   $5,976.00       Assistant County Attorney(P/T)     $3,581.44

                                                       Assistant County Administrator                 $6,807.00 

RESOLVED FURTHER, That the effective date of these salary adjustment will be September 14, 2002.