Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Questions (386)

Stephen Donnelly

Question:

386. Deputy Stephen S. Donnelly asked the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government if he will provide, in tabular form, all remuneration for all local authority managers from 2008 to 2011. [24265/14]

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Written answers (Question to Environment)

The salaries for County and City Managers, from 1 September 2008 to 31 December 2011, are set out in the table.

Local Authority Manager

Salary

01/09/08 to 31/12/09

Salary

01/01/10 to 31/12/11

Dublin City Council

€ 202,461

€ 189,301

Cork County Council

Fingal County Council

South Dublin County Council

€ 171,313

€ 162,062

Cork City Council

Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council

Kildare County Council

Meath County Council

€ 157,967

€ 153,260

Limerick City Council

Clare County Council

Donegal County Council

Galway County Council

Kerry County Council

Kilkenny County Council

Limerick County Council

Louth County Council

Mayo County Council

South Tipperary County Council

Westmeath County Council

Wexford County Council

Wicklow County Council

€ 146,845

€ 142,469

Galway City Council

Waterford City Council

Carlow County Council

Cavan County Council

Laois County Council

Leitrim County Council

Longford County Council

Monaghan County Council

Offaly County Council

Roscommon County Council

Sligo County Council

North Tipperary County Council

Waterford County Council

€ 136,581

€ 132,511

County and City Managers, Local Authority Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), formally are entitled to claim for travel and subsistence costs incurred as part of their official duties, in accordance with the relevant travel and subsistence circulars. All local authorities are obliged to ensure that only essential travel is undertaken and that related expenditure is critically appraised and monitored.

A CEO may claim up to 7.5% of their salary in substitution of motor mileage rates contained in the travel and subsistence circulars, where a local authority considers that those allowances do not adequately recompense the CEO for the extent to which their car is used for official business.

A CEO may claim an allowance in respect of entertainment expenses incurred by them in the course of their duties. The level of allowance is related to the number of Directors of Service reporting to the CEO, as set out in the following table:

CEO

Up to €2,095

CEO and one Director of Service

Up to €3,683

CEO and two Directors of Service

Up to €5,270

CEO and three or more Directors of Service

Up to €6,858