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January 14, 2013 at 2:59 PM

Salaries set for Inslee’s team

The Associated Press

OLYMPIA – Gov.-elect Jay Inslee’s transition team says his senior staff will receive annual salaries about 3 percent less than their predecessors because of a salary cut in the state budget. Here are salaries as reported Monday by The Daily Herald:

    Mary Alice Heuschel, chief of staff, $166,000
    David Schumacher, director of the Office of Financial Management, $158,160
    Kevin Quigley, secretary of the Department of Social and Health Services, $158, 160
    Dale Peinecke, director of the Employment Security Department, $147,153
    Joby Shimomura, senior adviser, $140,650
    Joel Sacks, commissioner of the Department of Labor and Industries, $140,650
    Ted Sturdevant, executive director for legislative affairs and policy, $137,304
    David Postman, executive director of communications, $131,040
    Marcie Frost, director of the Department of Retirement Systems, $126,964
    Alfie Alvarado-Ramos, director of the Department of Veterans Affairs, $116,964

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