325.14 Salary of county engineer.

(A) Each county engineer shall be classified, for salary purposes, according to the population of the county. All county engineers shall receive annual compensation in accordance with the following schedules and in accordance with section 325.18 of the Revised Code:

CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION

SCHEDULE FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2000

FOR COUNTY ENGINEERS

WITH A PRIVATE PRACTICE

Class Population Range Compensation

1 1 - 20,000 $44,898

2 20,001 - 40,000 46,893

3 40,001 - 55,000 48,889

4 55,001 - 70,000 50,884

5 70,001 - 85,000 52,215

6 85,001 - 95,000 53,545

7 95,001 - 105,000 54,875

8 105,001 - 125,000 55,707

9 125,001 - 175,000 57,370

10 175,001 - 275,000 59,033

11 275,001 - 400,000 60,695

12 400,001 - 600,000 62,358

13 600,001 - 1,000,000 64,021

14 over 1,000,000 66,516

CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION

SCHEDULE FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2000

FOR COUNTY ENGINEERS

WITHOUT A PRIVATE PRACTICE

Class Population Range Compensation

1 1 - 20,000 $64,694

2 20,001 - 40,000 66,690

3 40,001 - 55,000 68,686

4 55,001 - 70,000 70,681

5 70,001 - 85,000 72,011

6 85,001 - 95,000 73,342

7 95,001 - 105,000 74,672

8 105,001 - 125,000 75,503

9 125,001 - 175,000 77,166

10 175,001 - 275,000 78,829

11 275,001 - 400,000 80,492

12 400,001 - 600,000 82,155

13 600,001 - 1,000,000 83,818

14 over 1,000,000 86,312

CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION

SCHEDULE FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2001

FOR COUNTY ENGINEERS

WITH A PRIVATE PRACTICE

Class Population Range Compensation

1 1 - 20,000 $48,300

2 20,001 - 35,000 50,356

3 35,001 - 55,000 52,411

4 55,001 - 95,000 56,521

5 95,001 - 200,000 60,803

6 200,001 - 400,000 64,229

7 400,001 - 1,000,000 68,510

8 1,000,001 or more 71,182

CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION

SCHEDULE FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2001

FOR COUNTY ENGINEERS

WITHOUT A PRIVATE PRACTICE

Class Population Range Compensation

1 1 - 20,000 $68,691

2 20,001 - 35,000 70,746

3 35,001 - 55,000 72,801

4 55,001 - 95,000 76,912

5 95,001 - 200,000 81,193

6 200,001 - 400,000 84,619

7 400,001 - 1,000,000 88,901

8 1,000,001 or more 91,568

Such salary may be paid monthly out of the general county fund or out of the county's share of the fund derived from the receipts from motor vehicle licenses, as distributed by section 4501.04 of the Revised Code, and the county's share of the fund derived from the motor vehicle fuel tax, as distributed by section 5735.27 of the Revised Code, as the board of county commissioners directs, upon the warrant of the county auditor and shall be in lieu of all fees, costs, per diem or other allowances, and other perquisites, of whatever kind, which any engineer collects and receives. The engineer shall be the county tax map draftperson, but shall receive no additional compensation for performing the duties of that position. When the engineer performs service in connection with ditches or drainage works, the engineer shall charge and collect the per diem allowances or other fees provided by law and shall pay all of those allowances and fees, monthly, into the county treasury to the credit of the general county fund. The engineer shall pay into the county treasury all allowances and fees collected when the engineer performs services under sections 315.28 to 315.34 of the Revised Code.

(B) A county engineer may elect to engage or not to engage in the private practice of engineering or surveying before the commencement of each new term of office, and a county engineer who elects not to engage in the private practice of engineering or surveying may, for a period of six months after taking office, engage in the private practice of engineering or surveying for the purpose of concluding the affairs of private practice without any diminution of salary as provided in division (A) of this section and in section 325.18 of the Revised Code.

Cite as R.C. § 325.14

History. Effective Date: 06-03-2002