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Top Leicester City Council officers' salaries published

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The salaries of Leicester's top council bosses have been published. Leicester City Council has released details of what its chief officers will be paid from April. Councillors are due to discuss the pay policy for senior managers when they meet on Thursday. From the start of the next financial year the council's top officer Andy Keeling, acting head of paid service, will be paid £140,233. Strategic director for children's services Rachel Dickinson will be paid £123,231 and strategic director for city developments and neighbourhoods Frank Jordan will be paid £114,735. City Mayor Sir Peter Soulsby is paid £66,943 and his deputy Rory Palmer is paid £50,508 The published salaries of the council's divisional directors. Kamal Adatia, city solicitor - £85,575 Ruth Lake, director of adult social care and safeguarding - £85,575 Tracy Rees, director of care services and commissioning - £85,575 Andy Smith, director of children's social care and safeguarding - £82,626 Elizabeth Blyth, director of culture and neighbourhood services - £82,626 Miranda Cannon, director of delivery, communications and political governance - £99,150 Sarah Harrison, city centre director - £68,853 Adrian Russell, director of environmental and enforcement services - £85,575 Alison Greenhill, finance director - £79,674 Ann Branson, housing director - £85,575 Jill Craig, director of information and customer access - £85,575 Margaret Liberi, director of learning services - £88,527 Andrew Smith, director of planning transportation and economic development - £88,527 Trevor Pringle, director of young people's services - £85,575

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