Mayor paid $170,000 last year by Town of Oakville


Published March 20, 2024 at 12:34 pm

The Town of Oakville revealed how much it paid elected officials last year and leading the way, of course, was Mayor Rob Burton, who took home a little more than $171,000.

The report is provincially-mandated and includes remuneration paid for their services as a member of council or any other body, including local boards, to which the member has been appointed.

Burton was paid $153,510 in salary and benefits $12,300 as a vehicle and technology communication allowance and $5,289 for community outreach and professional development.

Here’s the pay breakdown for the rest of council:

  • Tom Adams: $86,368
  • Ray Chisholm: $70,493
  • Cathy Duddeck: $84,531
  • Allan Elgar: $69,917
  • David Gittings: $83,944
  • Marc Grant: $83,930
  • Janet Haslett- Theall: $85,260
  • Jeff Knoll: $86,224
  • Natalia Lishchyna: $79,177
  • Peter Longo: $77,261
  • Jonathan McNeice: $81,872
  • Navjot Nanda: $78,183
  • Sean O’Meara: $83,437
  • Scott Xie: $82,168
  • Total: $1,303,880

Variations in councillor pay is due to individual benefit coverage and payment from Conservation Halton.

Staff will present the report at next week’s council meeting.

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