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PGCPS Teen arrested in fatal University Park shooting

PGCPS Teen arrested in fatal University Park shooting

College Park, Md: (Reform Sasscer) – Prince George’s County police said Tuesday they’ve arrested a suspect in connection with a fatal shooting last year in University Park, Maryland.

Police said 18-year-old Andres Aguilar, of University Park, has been charged in connection with the shooting death of 19-year-old Luis Miguel Utrera, of Hyattsville, in November.

Utrera was found with a gunshot wound in the driver’s seat of a car that had struck a tree in the 4000 block of Underwood Street Nov. 17. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Authorities said it was a “drug-related robbery.”

Aguilar was arrested in D.C. on Jan. 19. He’s charged with first- and second-degree murder and other charges.

He’s being held in D.C. awaiting extradition to Prince George’s County.

At least 10 juveniles were killed last year in Prince George’s County, Maryland which was the worst year since 2008.

County Executive Alsobrooks has implored the community to come together to “disrupt the cycle of violence that is growing again.”

According to Alsobrooks, for example, there have been 162 carjackings in Prince George’s County. She acknowledged on during a press briefing on or around January 11 and said that juveniles are responsible for 96 of them.

“And so this tells us a lot about where we’re headed. And we must do something right now to disrupt it,” Alsobrooks said.

Dr. Monica Goldson a CEO for PGCPS who was selected through public corruption has never spoken publicly about the out of control fights and public corruption sweeping quietly through the school system. These willful violations include closing down schools ready for real estate option, paying off lawyers, siphoning money off to friends and family etc. Prince George’s county citizens must raise up and demand answers without delay. These out of control fights and other purposeful disregard are not fair to county residents, their families and United States.

Read more >>> ‘Hope in Action’: Prince George’s Co. launches new anti-crime effort

Read more >>> PGCPS Parent Fatally Shot in Front of his 3 Children, Girlfriend.

Dr. Monica Goldson a CEO for PGCPS who was selected through public corruption has never spoken publicly about the out of control fights and public corruption sweeping quietly through the school system. She is not responsive to parents needs and many are being blackballed within the system due to retaliation.

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Prince George’s Co. Public Schools budget proposal would consolidate alternative schools

PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, Md. (FOX 5 DC) – Some Prince George’s County students and staff say they were shocked to learn their schools are on the chopping block. FOX 5 has learned the PGCPS CEO’s budget proposal would consolidate the county’s alternative schools from five down to three.

Staff said they were caught off guard by the news and some board members said they were also surprised to see this in the budget plan for next school year.

The schools that would be consolidated under the plan are Tall Oaks Vocational High School in Bowie and Community Based Classroom, known as CBC, in Lanham.

Jade Mason, who attends CBC, said she just found out about this on Thursday.

“I was really shocked. Out of all the public schools I’ve been to, CBC is the last school I would close,” said Mason. “It’s so versatile and flexible. They work with you.”

She also provided some statements of support for the school by fellow students.

At Thursday’s school board meeting, several CBC staffers spoke against the proposal during public comment, saying the schools are important options for at-risk students.

CBC has a 95 percent graduation rate. English teacher Zena Whitworth, who spoke before the board, said these students could very well be left behind in a traditional school.

“For example, those students who suffer from anxiety, those students who have been bullied, those students who don’t do well because of the large class sizes,” said Whitworth.

She also mentioned students who’ve been involved in the criminal justice system and those who are parents. CBC has day and evening classes.

“What programs are you going to put in place for these types of students?” she asked.

FOX 5 reached out to PGCPS Thursday for additional details from CEO Dr. Monica Goldson, but we are still awaiting a response.

The budget offers few details about the plan and reasoning behind it, stating the five alternative schools would be restructured into a northern and southern high school location and one middle school program.

CEO Goldson was not at Thursday’s board meeting. The board chair said she’s on travel.

The school board will now amend the CEO’s budget before voting on it. There are several meetings in the coming weeks.

The first public hearing on the budget is on Jan. 27.

Via Fox 5 DC

CEO Goldson was not at Thursday’s board meeting. The board chair said she’s on travel.

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Alsobrooks Boasts $1.2M War Chest in Reelection Bid fueled by Developers and others.

Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks has a war chest of $1.2 million in her bid for reelection in the majority-Black jurisdiction which is fueled by outsiders and others.

Largo, Md, (Reform Sasscer) – Why has the Prince George’s County, Maryland become so thoroughly corrupt? The reason is historical—it goes back many decades—and, in a way, philosophical. The county leadership is best understood as an insurgency that carried the seeds of its own corruption from the start. This corruption continues to advance with the developers and other folks interested to lining up their own pockets in heavy toll. As a result, Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks has a war chest of $1.2 million in her bid for reelection in the majority-Black jurisdiction which is fueled by outsiders and others.

Though Alsobrooks hasn’t officially filed paperwork with the Maryland State Board of Elections, a campaign statement released Wednesday summarizes the Democrat’s plans to seek a second four-year term despite major fiasco sweeping the county schools. Allowing elected officials in Maryland to use campaign funds to pay for their legal defense is a “slap in the face” of efforts to reform the state’s corruption-plagued political culture,” stated a resident who wanted to remain anonymous.

The latest campaign finance report for Jan. 14, 2021 – Jan. 12, 2022 showed her campaign has raised nearly $702,000.

“I couldn’t be more grateful for the overwhelming amount you chose to invest in the vision that I have for Prince George’s County,” Alsobrooks said. “Please continue to volunteer for our campaign and tell friends about what we are doing. I need you more than ever to keep our momentum moving forward.”

A summary shows out of the 1,432 donations received, about 902 came from Prince George’s County. Approximately 823 donations came in at $100 or less.

A few of the major contributions:

• $6,000 from AES Electrical Inc. of Laurel.

• $6,000 from Gordon Barnaby, founder and president of BarnAllen Technologies of Rockville in Montgomery County.

• $5,000 from Bowie Trucking Service of Upper Marlboro.

• $2,500 from Andre Gingles, an attorney and owner of Gingles LLC in Laurel.

• $2,000 from EXP US Services Inc. of Chicago.

Meanwhile, four other Democratic candidates filed to run for county executive by the deadline on 11:59 p.m. Wednesday to file campaign finance reports online. If mailed, the reports needed to be postmarked on or before Wednesday.

Former NFL player and county native Leigh Bodden of Bowie has about $4,400 cash on hand, the second-highest amount in the race. He contributed about $1,000 to his campaign.

Sherman Hardy, a real estate agent and Air Force veteran of Clinton, raised $2,406 last year but with only $473 cash on hand.

Tonya Sweat, an attorney from Accokeek who also runs her own consulting firm and is well knowledgeable with the State and county issues, raised slightly more than $6,465 last year. However, her campaign finance report shows a deficit of $386. She will make a great county executive if given a chance.

“I still have a couple outstanding bills that need to be paid,” she said.

As she continues to campaign, Sweat has some advice for voters.

“If they want to stay in the same place they’re in right now, then that’s their right,” she said. “If they want change, then they need to stop and think about where the money’s coming from. Money doesn’t necessarily bring about change. It’s a resource and a tool we can use to get there, but if it’s not in the right hands, we’re not going to be any better off.”

As of 11 a.m. Thursday, a campaign finance report wasn’t online for Billy W. Bridges who has promised a robust campaign and he is aware of the issues as well. He sought the office in 2018 and made prayer in public schools a part of his campaign platform.

All prospective candidates have until Feb. 22 to file documents with the state elections board.

The winner of the June 28 Democratic primary is all but guaranteed victory in the general election with Democrats outnumbering Republicans 10 to 1 in the county. The jurisdiction with a population of 967,200 has the highest number of registered Democrats in the state.

County residents eligible to run for public offices are encouraged to vie as democrats’ for all open seats to challenge and beat the incumbents without delay this year. A few senators and delegates are okay. This is the only way to bring a positive change in Prince George’s county, Maryland.

Read more >>> PGCPS Parent Fatally Shot in Front of his 3 Children, Girlfriend.

Read more here >> Major Drama as Fights Break Out at Suitland High School and others.

Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks plans to seek a second four-year term despite major fiasco sweeping the county schools.

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Prince George’s Co. residents speak out on restructuring school board in public session

The Prince George’s County Public Schools headquarters in Upper Marlboro. (Photo: Maryland Matters/Danielle E. Gaines)

Upper Marlboro: Reform Sasscer – Residents of Prince George’s County, Maryland, shared their thoughts Wednesday on the kind of board they want to lead the county’s public school system.

The Board of Education Task Force, a panel formed to study restructuring the school board, hosted its second public listening session. Most of the residents who commented said they support the task force’s preliminary recommendation that the board abandon its current structure of nine elected and four appointed members in favor of an all-elected board.

“Democracy is always a little messy, but that’s OK, it’s still the best system that we have,” said an Upper Marlboro resident.

Another resident, Amity Pope, echoed similar sentiments.

“Stand firm in not disenfranchising the voters of Prince George’s County. A recommendation for a fully-elected school board is a vote for democracy,” Pope said.

While other public participants supported the idea of making the school board all-elected, some also offered the task force additional advice on improving its governance, thereby improving public schools.

“There needs to be some type of training so that they are properly trained and understand how things operate in a board structure … training in fiscal oversight, nonprofit management and governing skills,” said resident Tanya Wingfield.

One commenter suggested wholesale changes are needed at Prince George’s County Public Schools.

“We need to transform teachers’ pay. We need to transform curriculum for students. We need to transform those who are charged with leading our children,” said Dannine Johnson.

The task force is expected to finalize its recommendations next month in a county dotted by youth violence out of control.

At least 10 juveniles were killed last year in Prince George’s County, Maryland which was the worst year since 2008.

County Executive Alsobrooks has implored the community to come together to “disrupt the cycle of violence that is growing again.”

According to Alsobrooks, for example, there have been 162 carjackings in Prince George’s County. She acknowledged on Tuesday this week and said that juveniles are responsible for 96 of them.

“And so this tells us a lot about where we’re headed. And we must do something right now to disrupt it,” Alsobrooks said.

Dr. Monica Goldson a CEO for PGCPS who was selected through public corruption has never spoken publicly about the out of control fights and public corruption sweeping quietly through the school system. These willful violations include closing down schools ready for real estate option, paying off lawyers, siphoning money off to friends and family etc. Prince George’s county citizens must raise up and demand answers without delay. These out of control fights and other purposeful disregard are not fair to county residents, their families and United States.

Dr. Monica Goldson a CEO for PGCPS who was selected through public corruption has never spoken publicly about the out-of-control fights and public corruption sweeping quietly through the school system.

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Save PGCPS Community Based Classroom Alternative High School NOW!!

Upper Marlboro, Saccer Building: – Reform Sasscer – A change.org petition has been launched to plead and reach out to the Prince George’s County Board of Education to stop the shut down of specialty alternative programs and specifically Community Based Classroom (CBC)! At risk youth need option!

It reads:   

“Community Based Classroom (CBC) alternative high school has been successfully working with at risk seniors to earn their high school diplomas since 1989. The school has graduated thousands of students that would not have received a high school diploma without this program in place. We cater to the at risk 5th and 6th year senior who failed to graduate at traditional high schools. 

The data speaks for itself! With a graduation rate of 95% and an attendance rate of 93% (school year 2019-20) it is clear that our program works! By providing highly qualified teachers to deliver engaging in person instruction our students are motivated to gain the skills they need to get their diplomas and make a plan for their futures. We are the ONLY school that offers a flexible schedule for students with children or full time jobs providing morning, afternoon and evening classes. Students only need to attend school for the classes they need to graduate. 

Prince George’s County Public Schools proposed budget for school year 2023 does away with specialty alternative programs in lieu of a North and South hub high school stating that they are providing bigger and better programs. Don’t be fooled! There is no place for our students at the new 9-12 high schools. These hub schools will NOT give them the flexibility or support needed to successfully graduate. Our students will end up in online Edgenuity classes in which they lack the motivation needed to finish classes. Thousands of at risk youth will fail to graduate high school if CBC is shut down! 

Sign our petition now to SAVE CBC!!! WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT!!! Reach out to the Prince George’s County Board of Education today to stop the shut down of specialty alternative programs and specifically Community Based Classroom (CBC)! At risk youth NEED OPTIONS!!  

“There is just no other school like CBC based in the community in Prince George’s County, Maryland for students who need another chance.  CBC really gave me a different mind set for things in the future. CBC really helped me raise up my grades higher than I ever expected them to be. So honestly, CBC would be a great decision for other students who need another chance without any reminders of their past mistakes. Not only am I graduating from high school but now I am looking at attending college.” ~Current Student Erik L.

View CBC’s website here: https://schools.pgcps.org/communitybasedclassroom/

Petition details: https://www.change.org/p/prince-george-s-county-board-of-education-save-community-based-classroom-alternative-high-school-now

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Prince George’s Co. students to return to classrooms after temporary transition to virtual learning

Upper Marlboro: By Scott Gelman – Prince George’s County, Maryland, parent Patrick Paschall said he and other parents were dancing on the neighborhood street corner upon learning that students would resume in-person learning this week.

Virtual learning, Paschall said, has been difficult. His wife’s job requires her to go into the office most of the time, leaving Paschall to watch his kindergartner and second-grader. He finds himself juggling meetings and other requests with making sure his kids have the resources they need to participate in virtual classes.

It’s often a daunting task because his second-grader has lunch at 10 a.m. and recess immediately after, and the kindergartner has lunch at 11 a.m., followed by recess.

“It’s a juggle, and it’s a struggle,” Paschall, who is also running for a state delegate seat, said. “My kids were really frustrated a lot of the time because their technology didn’t work, or they couldn’t find the pieces that they need, or they took a longer break than they realized they were supposed to.”

Still, Paschall and other parents have said the circumstances were better than the alternative: sending students into school buildings as omicron spread rapidly throughout the D.C. region.

On Tuesday, Prince George’s County students will return to the classroom for the first time in nearly a month. In December, school system CEO Monica Goldson announced a plan that included a temporary transition to virtual learning for the whole county, citing a rise in coronavirus cases, a move no other D.C.-region school system made.

In a letter to families last week, Goldson said, “My goal remains to keep our schools open safely, and I believe that we can do so for the duration of the 2021-22 academic year by following the science and proven mitigation strategies: Wear a mask. Stay home if you are sick.”

Ahead of the return to school, Goldson also announced new mitigation measures, including providing students and staff with free test kits and KN95 masks. The county is also planning to expand the number of students selected to participate in its pooled testing program, Goldson said.

Goldson’s decision has become a talking point in nearby D.C. and Montgomery County, where parents have praised the decision and urged leadership to consider doing the same. In D.C., grade levels and classes have been closed on a case-by-case basis. In Montgomery County, County Executive Marc Elrich has called for additional virtual options.

Tania Fuentes, a parent with five students in county schools, said while her older children are independent, the younger ones struggled with virtual learning. She praised teachers, who she said are concerned “with the child’s mental well-being.”

“I am so proud of Prince George’s County Public Schools because they did the right thing,” Fuentes said. “I know that being employed in a different county, I’m pretty disappointed in my employer for not making the same call. I know that other counties are also looking at Prince George’s as the example for virtual.”

Timothy Meyer, president of Mt. Rainier Elementary’s parent-teacher organization, said he was relieved at the decision to have two weeks of virtual learning after winter break because the school was one of the last in the county to report positive coronavirus cases before winter break.

“The two cases were reported on the Monday and Wednesday after we switched to virtual learning,” Meyer said. “I don’t have any doubt that had we actually been in school for that last week before the holiday, there would have been many more exposures. People would have had to be in quarantine over the Christmas holiday.”

And Meyer and Paschall want the school system to go a step further, calling for the county to require students and staff to be vaccinated. Goldson acknowledged she received a petition on the matter, Paschall said.

“As a parent, I will feel most comfortable when 100% of people within a PGCPS building are vaccinated,” Meyer said. “That really is kind of the pivot point, that really is the tipping point for myself and a lot of other parents.”

Paschall said he’s hopeful the school system’s approach will help limit spread.

“We know that there will probably be some glitches in their implementation because there are,” Paschall said. “We need to be as understanding as we can, but also, we have to be doing something in order to make sure that our kids are safe, and their teachers are safe.”

Via WTOP

The Prince George’s County Public Schools headquarters in Upper Marlboro. (Photo: Maryland Matters/Danielle E. Gaines)

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Clinton man arrested in fatal Christmas Eve shooting of PGCPS Parent

professional boxer Danny Kelly, Jr.,was a PGCPS Parent who was killed on Christmas eve in a district characterized by out of control fights within and outside it’s school system.

Clinton, Maryland: (Reform Sasscer)- Prince George’s County police said Friday they’ve arrested a Clinton, Maryland, man in the fatal shooting of a PGCPS parent who was a pro boxer on Christmas Eve.

Markell Lewis, 25, faces 36 charges, including first-degree murder, second-degree murder and multiple counts of attempted murder in the death of 30-year-old Danny Kelly J.

Police said the motive was road rage, and that Lewis confessed to the Temple Hills shooting.

“Our detectives were resolute in their determination to find Mr. Kelly’s killer who had no regard for anyone’s life when he opened fire on Christmas Eve. We hope this arrest offers his devastated family a bit of comfort as they continue to mourn this loss,” Police Chief Malik Aziz said in a statement.

The shooting happened on Dec. 24, when Kelly was driving northbound on St. Barnabas Road in Temple Hills with his girlfriend and three children to a holiday dinner around 4:40 p.m. An SUV pulled up alongside Kelly’s truck, and someone inside the vehicle opened fire.

Detectives said the SUV was a GMC Envoy, and that a family member of Lewis is the registered owner.

According to police, Lewis was later arrested on Dec. 27 on St. Barnabas Road for felon in possession of a gun. The gun that was recovered was linked to Kelly’s shooting death.

Police said they arrested Lewis on Thursday at his home in Clinton. He’s being held without bond.

Authorities are still looking for the GMC Envoy.

The police are asking anyone who has more information to call detectives at 301-516-2512. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), or go online at www.pgcrimesolvers.com, or use the “P3 Tips” mobile app (search “P3 Tips” in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app onto your mobile device). Refer to case number 21-0059930.

At least 10 juveniles were killed last year in Prince George’s County, Maryland which was the worst year since 2008.

County Executive Alsobrooks has implored the community to come together to “disrupt the cycle of violence that is growing again.”

According to Alsobrooks, for example, there have been 162 carjackings in Prince George’s County. She acknowledged on Tuesday this week and said that juveniles are responsible for 96 of them.

“And so this tells us a lot about where we’re headed. And we must do something right now to disrupt it,” Alsobrooks said.

Dr. Monica Goldson a CEO for PGCPS who was selected through public corruption has never spoken publicly about the out of control fights and public corruption sweeping quietly through the school system. These willful violations include closing down schools ready for real estate option, paying off lawyers, siphoning money off to friends and family etc. Prince George’s county citizens must raise up and demand answers without delay. These out of control fights and other purposeful disregard are not fair to county residents, their families and United States.

Read more >>> Washington Post

>>>Read more here >> Major Drama as Fights Break Out at Suitland High School and others.

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Returning from virtual learning, PGCPS to distribute masks, test kits to students

The embattled CEO of Prince George’s County, Maryland, public schools Dr. Monica Goldson

Upper Marlboro, Maryland: (Reform Sasscer) – The embattled CEO of Prince George’s County, Maryland, public schools Dr. Monica Goldson said the system will be giving out test kits and KN95 masks as it returns from a distance-learning model on Jan. 18.

CEO Dr. Monica Goldson said in a letter to the community that the school system will aggressively test its student and staff population each week following the return to in-person learning.

Students and staff will receive free test kits and KN95 masks, and students are being asked to submit the results of their tests in order to return to classes each week. A link to upload results will be provided in the coming week, Goldson said.

The school system will also expand the number of students selected to participate in the random testing sample pool each week. Goldson said the school system has worked with vendors to double the number of students the program can test each week to 20% of the student population.

She asked families to sign the permission slip to allow their child to take part in the testing program.

“I understand that families may have concerns about returning due to the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic,” Goldson said. “We will continue to collaborate with the local and state health departments to assess data and make the best decisions.”

The county’s K-6 Virtual Learning Program will conclude Jan. 28, as Goldson explained the program was always meant to be a temporary option while vaccines were unavailable to children ages 5-11.

No spectators will be allowed at Prince George’s County Public Schools sporting events in the month of January.

“My goal remains to keep our schools open safely and I believe that we can do so for the duration of the 2021-22 academic year by following the science and proven mitigation strategies: Wear a mask. Stay home if you are sick. Complete the permission slip for your child to be randomly selected for weekly testing. Get vaccinated,” Goldson said.

Goldson did not address the issue of out of control fights and other issues affecting the county school system. At least 10 juveniles were killed last year in Prince George’s County, Maryland. The worst year since 2008.

County Executive Alsobrooks has implored the community to come together to “disrupt the cycle of violence that is growing again.”

According to Alsobrooks, for example, there have been 162 carjackings in Prince George’s County. She acknowledged on Tuesday this week and said that juveniles are responsible for 96 of them.

“And so this tells us a lot about where we’re headed. And we must do something right now to disrupt it,” Alsobrooks said.

Dr. Monica Goldson a CEO for PGCPS who was selected through public corruption has never spoken publicly about the out of control fights and public corruption sweeping quietly through the school system. These willful violations include closing down schools ready for real estate option, paying off lawyers, siphoning off money and other violations. Prince George’s county citizens must raise up and demand answers without delay. These out of control fights and other purposeful disregard are not fair to county residents, their families and United States.

Read more >>> Washington Post

>>> Read more >>PGCPS Parent Fatally Shot in Front of his 3 Children, Girlfriend.

>>>Read more here >> Major Drama as Fights Break Out at Suitland High School and others.

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Prince George’s County, Maryland Highest Paid Employees

In 2020 Prince George’s County, Maryland reported 1,404 employees making more than $100,000 per year; by comparison the average salary was $69,747. The highest reported pay for the county was $119.20/HR for Robert Williams, Administrator to County Council-G. Prince George’s County, Maryland in 2020 ranked 59th in the nation among highest paying counties and 1,087th in the nation for overall highest paying employers.

View the top 100 highest paid employees for Prince George’s County, Maryland below.

Prince George’s County, MD – Employee Rankings

Rank  Name  Job Title  Pay  Estimated Yearly Salary  
1Robert WilliamsAdministrator to County Council-G$119.20/HR$247,933 
2Henry StawinskiDirector-L$116.83/HR$243,000 
3George AskewDeputy Chief Administrative Officer-G$114.68/HR$238,525 
4Angie RodgersDeputy Chief Administrative Officer-G$112.98/HR$235,000 
5William HuntDeputy Administrator to County Council-G$112.09/HR$233,150 
6Hector VelezDirector-L$109.93/HR$228,644 
7Joy RussellDeputy Chief Administrative Officer-G$107.36/HR$223,300 
8David VandykeCounty Auditor-G$106.75/HR$222,047 
9Angela AlsobrooksCounty Executive-E$8,423/Bi-Weekly$218,998 
10Tara JacksonChief Administrative Officer-G$104.92/HR$218,225 
11Tiffany GreenDirector-Y$104.81/HR$218,000 
12Mark MagawDeputy Chief Administrative Officer-G$102.48/HR$213,150 
13Floyd HoltDeputy Chief Administrative Officer-G$102.48/HR$213,150 
14Jared MccarthyDeputy Chief Administrative Officer-G$100.96/HR$210,000 
15Shawn StokesDirector$100.52/HR$209,090 
16Joseph AdlerPersonal Services Contractor-Time$100/HR$208,000 
17Wanda GibsonDirector$97.60/HR$203,000 
18Stanley EarleyDirector$97.12/HR$202,000 
19Aisha BraveboyStates Attorney-E$7,653.95/Bi-Weekly$199,003 
20Jacqueline RafterryDeputy Director-L$95.17/HR$197,960 
21Robert HarvinDeputy Director-L$95.17/HR$197,960 
22George NicholsDeputy Director-L$95.17/HR$197,960 
23Christopher MurthaDeputy Director-L$95.17/HR$197,960 
24Anthony SchartnerDeputy Director-L$95.17/HR$197,960 
25Maurene McneilChief Zoning Hearing Examiner-G$94.97/HR$197,534 
26Corenne Labbe’Director$93.75/HR$195,000 
27Mary McdonoughDirector$93.75/HR$195,000 
28Elana Belon-ButlerDirector$92.75/HR$192,923 
29Melinda BollingDirector$92.72/HR$192,850 
30Joseph GillDirector$92.23/HR$191,835 
31Jonathan ButlerDirector$92.23/HR$191,835 
32Joyce NicholsZoning Hearing Examiner-G$92.22/HR$191,813 
33Leslie JenkinsAdministrative Specialist 4$92.22/HR$191,813 
34Rajesh KumarPrincipal Counsel to District Council-G$90.94/HR$189,149 
35Darrin PalmerAssistant Sheriff-E$90.90/HR$189,067 
36Rhonda WeaverDirector$90.76/HR$188,790 
37Stephanye Redd-MaxwellCourt Administrator-G$90.15/HR$187,519 
38Donnell TurnerAdministrative Specialist 4$90.15/HR$187,519 
39Brian FrankelDeputy Director-Y$89.64/HR$186,461 
40Alan DoubledayDeputy Director-Y$89.64/HR$186,461 
41James McclellandDeputy Director-Y$89.64/HR$186,461 
42Stephen McgibbonDirector$89.30/HR$185,745 
43Estella AlexanderDirector$88.94/HR$185,000 
44Terry BellamyDirector$87.84/HR$182,700 
45Raymond GilleyDeputy Director$87.50/HR$182,000 
46Gevonia WhittingtonDirector$87.21/HR$181,400 
47Ronald GillDirector$87.21/HR$181,400 
48Michelle RussellDirector$87.02/HR$181,000 
49Turkessa GreenAdministrative Specialist 4$86.95/HR$180,859 
50James KeletiPolice Major$86.52/HR$179,964 
51Kevin HughesPolice Major$86.52/HR$179,964 
52Cedric DickersonPolice Major$86.52/HR$179,964 
53Robert NealonPolice Major$86.52/HR$179,964 
54Jeffrey MitchellPolice Major$86.52/HR$179,964 
55Sunny MrotekPolice Major$86.52/HR$179,964 
56Shawne’ WaddyPolice Major$86.52/HR$179,964 
57Mistinette MintsPolice Major$86.52/HR$179,964 
58Steven YuenPolice Major$86.52/HR$179,964 
59Brian ReillyPolice Major$86.52/HR$179,964 
60Christian PricePolice Major$86.52/HR$179,964 
61Robert HollandPolice Major$86.52/HR$179,964 
62Jason AbbottPrincipal Deputy States Attorney-E$85.40/HR$177,625 
63William AlexanderPolice Major$85.03/HR$176,869 
64Lori BrooksAdministrative Specialist 4$84.18/HR$175,088 
65Denise RobinsonAdministrative Specialist$84.13/HR$175,000 
66Warren HughesFire Fighter-Medic Major-Y$83.94/HR$174,596 
67Denny ChatelFire Fighter Major-Y$83.94/HR$174,596 
68Theresa GrantAssociate Director$83.64/HR$173,980 
69Behdad KashanianAssociate Director$83.64/HR$173,980 
70Jewell Graves-TuckerAdministrative Specialist 3$83.64/HR$173,980 
71Angela FairAdministrative Specialist 3$83.64/HR$173,980 
72Shelby HendersonAssociate Director$83.64/HR$173,980 
73Glenn MainsAssociate Director$83.64/HR$173,980 
74Gary CunninghamDeputy Director$83.64/HR$173,967 
75Bryan AddisPolice Major$83.57/HR$173,827 
76Anthony ClinePolice Major$83.57/HR$173,827 
77Art’z WatkinsPolice Major$83.57/HR$173,827 
78Corey TruxonPolice Major$83.57/HR$173,827 
79Colette GreshamAdministrative Specialist 4$83.45/HR$173,586 
80Karen Campbell RobinsonAdministrative Specialist 3$83.45/HR$173,585 
81Kameron CoefieldDeputy Director$83.17/HR$173,000 
82Dawit AbrahamDeputy Director$82.82/HR$172,261 
83Major RiddickPersonal Services Contractor-Auto$6,620/Bi-Weekly$172,120 
84Sharon SaundersAssistant Sheriff-E$82.63/HR$171,880 
85Mark RoccaprioreAssistant Sheriff-E$82.63/HR$171,880 
86John CarrAssistant Sheriff-E$82.63/HR$171,879 
87Mark SpencerAdministrative Specialist 4$82.19/HR$170,951 
88Lakina WebsterPolice Major$82.13/HR$170,837 
89Sheniqua SmithPolice Major$82.13/HR$170,837 
90Amber HendricksDeputy Director$81.73/HR$170,000 
91Tiffany HarveyAdministrative Specialist$81.73/HR$170,000 
92Thomas JonesDeputy Director$81.73/HR$170,000 
93Rhea HarrisAdministrative Specialist$81.73/HR$170,000 
94Gary KrichbaumFire Fighter-Medic Major-Y$81.50/HR$169,510 
95Christopher HuntFire Fighter-Medic Major-Y$81.50/HR$169,510 
96Darren WareFire Fighter Major-Y$81.50/HR$169,510 
97Michael MarinoFire Fighter-Medic Major-Y$81.50/HR$169,510 
98Ernest LindqvistFire Fighter-Medic Major-Y$81.50/HR$169,510 
99Christian WargoFire Fighter-Medic Major-Y$81.50/HR$169,510 
100James McclellandFire Fighter-Medic Major-Y$81.50/HR$169,510 

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