Search salaries of Memphis city employees

The salaries of City of Memphis employees are now available in a searchable database on The Commercial Appeal's online Data Center. The database includes all city salaries as of Aug. 12, so the database does reflect some of the personnel changes made by Mayor Pro Tem Myron Lowery. On an annual basis, Lowery would make $185,791.84, according to the data.

Salaries of Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division employees are also available at the Data Center, as well as University of Tennessee, Tennessee Board of Regents and Shelby County Schools salaries.

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