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What are the salaries of the CFPUA board/administrators?

Ken Little

Salary information for the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority is available on the StarNews website by clicking here, utility spokeswoman Carey Disney Ricks said.

“Administration is ‘accountable’ first and foremost to our customers, the region, our coastal environment and ultimately the board (of directors),” Ricks said.

The CFPUA Board of Directors has 11 members. All are appointed by either the city of Wilmington or New Hanover County elected bodies, Ricks said. Four of the 11 members “are themselves elected officials of the city and county,” she added.

UPDATE: James Flechtner, chief operating officer and deputy CEO, made $137,500 as of fall 2014, when the most recent information was collected for the StarNews salary database, and Cheryl Spivey, chief financial officer and administrative services director, made $134,970.

They were the two highest paid employees, and they were among 10 employees who made more than $100,000 a year.

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What is the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority?

If the City of Wilmington, New Hanover County and Cape Fear Public Utility Authority are all laying off, reducing force and freezing hires, why do they spend the money in the employment section of the classifieds?

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One Response to “ What are the salaries of the CFPUA board/administrators?”

  1. On June 22, 2011 at 12:27 pm Brian wrote:

    You didn’t answer the question, you just provided a link to a database search page. We want the names and salaries listed here.

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