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HB 0499 - Chatham County; certain judges; change compensation

Tracking Level: Passed
Sponsor: Day,Burke 163rd
Last Action: 5/29/2007 - House Date Signed by Governor
House Committee: LLeg
Senate Committee: SLGO
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Staff Analysis of the Legislation

Amend an Act providing compensation to certain officials in Chatham County.  The tax commissioner shall not be paid less than $53,000.  The Sheriff shall not be paid less than $54,000.  The clerk of superior court shall not be paid less than $56,000. The clerk of stat court shall not be paid less than $45,000 (if the clerk also serves as administrator the salary shall not be less than $60,000).  The coroner shall not be paid less than $12,000.  The chief judge of the recorders court shall not be paid less than a sum of 85% of the annual amount of any supplement paid to the superior court judge (the chief judge shall receive a supplement of not less than 85% of the supplement paid to the chief judge of the circuit).  A judge of the recorder´┐Żs court shall not be paid less than 85% of the salary of a judge of superior court plus 85% of the supplement.  Judge of the probate court shall not be paid less than 80% of a judge of the superior court plus 80% of the supplement  Presiding judge of the juvenile court shall not be paid less than 90% of the judge of superior court plus 90% of the supplement plus 90% of chief supplement.  Juvenile court judge = not less than 90% of superior plus 90% of supplement.  Chief judge state court = not less than 95% of superior plus 95% of supplement plus 95% of chief supplement.  Judge of stat court = 95% of superior plus 95% of supplement.  Chief magistrate = not less than 80% of superior plus 80% of supplement plus 80% of supplement paid to chief.  Magistrate =  not less than 80% of superior plus 80% of supplement.


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