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Remuneration -members of city ABC's

06-May-2011 [426]

• Remuneration Policy for citizen members of City Agencies and Corporations


This information is an excerpt from a report of April 11, 2011 from the City Manager to the Executive Committee, setting out Council's governance of city agencies, boards and corporations (ABC's).

The report also outlined Council's authority for the ABC's Governance of city boards and guidelines setting out the role of City board members Role of members of city boards 5.1 Remuneration Policy

Policy Statement This policy applies to citizen members of City Agencies and Corporations, as well as the specific bodies identified at the end of this policy. Council Members of City Agencies and Corporations do not receive remuneration beyond their regular salary as Councillors. Principles

1. Public service is implied in any citizen appointment by the City of Toronto and therefore any remuneration that may be paid is not expected to be competitive with the marketplace.

2. Remuneration for citizen appointees is established by Council rather than the organization to which they are appointed, recognizing that appointees represent Council’s interest.

3. Expenses may be reimbursed as set out in the Expense and Travel Reimbursement Policy. 4. All Council appointed citizen members of a given board shall be reimbursed at the same level except that the Chair and Vice Chair (where a Vice Chair exists) may receive additional payment as approved by Council for additional duties.

5. Where paid, remuneration for citizen appointees to City Agencies, Boards, and Commissions should reflect the level of responsibility, the necessary qualifications, the frequency of meetings, and amount of preparation required.

6. Board members must be in attendance at meetings to receive remuneration where a per diem is paid.

7. In the event that service is for less than a full year, the payment of annual honorariums should be pro-rated on a monthly basis.

8. No remuneration will be paid to members of advisory committees, task forces, or boards of Business Improvement Areas, Arena Boards and Community Centres.

9. Per diems are paid for attendance at hearings or meetings, or for required training days.

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