The City of Markham had a record 368 people earning more than $100,000 in 2017, according to the recently published “Sunshine List.” Released yearly, under Ontario’s Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, the list compels provincial public sector employers to disclose the information once a year.
Andrew Taylor, city chief administrative officer made the most money in the city with a salary of $271,477. Mayor Frank Scarpitti made the list at $195,374.
Markham’s other top earners were:
Brenda Librecz, community and fire services commissioner – $216,047
Trinela Cane, corporate services commissioner – $216,047
Catherine Conrad, city solicitor and acting human services director – $210,751
John Preiss, fire platoon chief – $192,688
Frank Naccarato, fire platoon chief – $188,224
Biju Karumanchery, development services acting commissioner – $188,224
Joel Lustig, treasurer – $187,932
The number of workers who reached the $100,000 plateau jumped by 27.3 per cent from the previous year. The group that earned the most money in 2017 were firefighters with 68 earning an average $116,333.