Salaries

Attorney General's Opinion 1987-88 #033

Names and salaries of government employees making over $10,000/year are public and may be published by third parties.

Attorney General's Opinion 1982-83 #731

When government employee is being paid two salaries for two different government functions, only the one that meets the statutory minimum for disclosure under FOIA need be disclosed.

Attorney General's Opinion 1982-83 #708

Employment contract detailing salary is an official record. Salary of incoming dean at William and Mary subject to disclosure, regardless of the existence of an employment contract.

Attorney General's Opinion 1980-81 #394

Public salaries over $10,000 subject to mandatory disclosure; salaries under $10,000 may be disclosed voluntarily.

Attorney General's Opinion 1978-79 #310

County must disclose salary of county employees earning more than $10,000.

Attorney General's Opinion 1978-79 #311

records of the position, job classification, salary or rate of pay and expense reimbursements paid to officials and employees of the University of Virginia are subject to required disclosure.

Attorney General's Opinion 1977-78 #489

Salaries of identifiable employees may be disclosed. Financial interest statements filed with clerk of court are open.

Attorney General's Opinion 1976-77 #317

Salaries of identifiable employees need not be disclosed. Working papers of school division superintendent are exempt, but not similar papers held by the school board.

Attorney General's Opinion 1969-70 #317A

Salary information on school board personnel is open, but there's no requirement that the information be complied.

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