State of California Controller’s Office Employees Compensation Report: State Controller Comp 18–19_compensation For complete information on Cities, Counties, and Special District salary and compensation information, visit the State of California Controller’s Office website at: https://publicpay.ca.gov/Reports/SpecialDistricts/SpecialDistrict.aspx?entityid=945&rpt=5
Staff Salary Information: In order to comply with new State regulations, each unit of local government like Bel Marin Keys Community Services District is required to post the salaries of employees effective January 1, 2015. If you have any questions or need clarification, please contact Noemi Camargo-Martinez, District Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 883-4222. To view staff compensation and benefits click here Information of Employee Benefits.
Calendar year 2020 Salaries:
Employee Hourly Rate
Camargo-Martinez, Noemi $48 (as of March 2019)
McKissick, Melanie $22 (as of March 2019)
Elected Officials Compensation: The Bel Marin Keys Community Services District Board of Directors Board Members adheres to Resolution Number 2006-03-16-02 for compensation and reimbursement for attendance at training, conferences or seminars and other travel. Board Member compensation is $100.00 per meeting. There is no other compensation for Board Members.
Revenue Resources: The Bel Marin Keys Community Services District general operating revenue used for general maintenance and improvements of the District is generated from a percentage of the general property tax which is collected by the Marin County Department of Finance and remitted to the District twice a year.
In 2005 Bel Marin Keys residents approved two bonds measures (Bonds E and F) in the amount of $8,200,000 for marine facilities improvement, dredging and marine improvements, as well as, a parcel tax (Measure D) with an increase of 2% each year for the future maintenance of the waterways. The Bonds will mature in 2022. A committee with a resident representing the North Lagoon, South Lagoon and Creek was put together to review the budgets for the parcel tax called Measure D which meets annually.
In 2012 the Marin Parks, Open Space and Farmland Preservation Transaction and Used Tax was approved by Marin County voters which passed a one-quarter of one-percent sales tax for the next ten years (maturity in 2023) to assist Marin’s municipalities and applicable Special District, like Bel Marin Keys, in managing parks, open space preserves, recreation programs and vegetation to promote biodiversity and reduce wildlife risk. Over the life of Measure A, Bel Marin Keys is expected to receive approximately $530,000 to be used for Park and Open Space maintenance and improvements.