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Schools Release Employee Salaries

After a short delay, Patch has obtained salary information for two senior schools officials have been.

The salaries of two senior by Superintendent S. Dallas Dance have been released.

Following a request made on Thursday, Baltimore County Public Schools spokesman Charles Herndon revealed on Monday that Assistant Superintendent of the Department of Human Resources Donald Peccia has a $158,652 annual salary and Chief Communications Officer Phyllis Reese receives $142,549 a year.

Herndon apologized to Patch for the delay, citing limited staff in the communications office.

Still, the school system responded much quicker in comparison to

On March 11, 2011, county politics reporter Bryan Sears requested the salary of former Deputy Superintendent Renee Foose. Reese refused to provide the information.

More than a month later, on April 14, 2011, the school system's Executive Officer for Community Outreach Bob Barrett released the figure to Sears.

Unlike the school system, Baltimore County government has an

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Buzz Beeler July 09, 2012 at 04:55 PM
They are pros at citing delays. It's getting to the point the only way to get them to respond is with a PIA request.
JDStuts July 09, 2012 at 05:43 PM
Not for nothing but if they can no longer fulfill their roles, what's the point of keeping of reassigning them? I would imagine at their level they serve at the pleasure of the supt and can be released without cause.
Nayana Davis July 09, 2012 at 09:19 PM
Thanks for pointing that out Matthew. I'll be sure to ask about it.
William Metzner, Sr. July 09, 2012 at 11:28 PM
A bit overpaid, are they not? And can they function in the private sector if required for survival?

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