Here are the highest-paid city employees in Hampton and Newport News.
The information came from both cities.
Newport News city employees eligible for a raise received an average of 2 percent increase.
Hampton city employees received a pay raise of 2 percent.
The current salaries are before taxes and does not include bonuses based on performance.
- Cynthia Rohlf, city manager: $240,500
- Collins Owens, city attorney: $226,072
- Howard Gwynn, commonwealth attorney: $185,790.62
- Alan Archer, assistant city manager: $185,000
- Florence Kingston, director of development: $177,106.06
- Steve Drew, chief of police: $177,000
- Darlene Bradberry, senior deputy city attorney: $174,340.94
- Everett Skipper, director of engineering: $167,753.79
- Michael Poplawski, director of parks, recreation and tourism: $167,465.10
- Gabriel Morgan, sheriff: $165,099.13
Their combined salaries are $1,866,127.96.
*Alan Archer, Florence Kingston and Everett Skipper did not receive pay raises this year.
- Mary Bunting, city manager: $216,647
- Anton Bell, commonwealth’s attorney: $177,614
- Cheran Ivery, city attorney: $175,000
- Terry O’Neill, director of community development: $166,742
- Terry Sult, police chief: $163,957
- Ross Mugler, commissioner of revenue: $163,249
- Molly Ward, city treasurer: $162,557
- Bruce Sturk, director of federal facilities: $152,507
- Billy Roberts, city sheriff: $152,209
- Linda Smith, clerk of courts: $145,173
Their combined salaries are $1,675,655