Not having a city manager for a portion of the year didn't tip the salary scales at Port Moody City Hall.
With former city manager Gaetan Royer leaving for a job with Metro Vancouver last August, the highest-paid employee with the city failed to top the $150,000-mark.
According to remuneration figures released by the city on Tuesday, the highest salary in 2011 went to director of development services Tim Savoie, who collected $147,985.
He was followed by corporate services director Paul Rockwood, city clerk Colleen Rhode and community services director Ron Higo, who each earned $141,718, $139,347 and $138,525 respectively.
Royer earned $126,271 prior to leaving the city.
In total, 75 city employees made more than $75,000 last year, equalling $7 million.
More than half on the list were either firefighters or involved with the fire department.
The city spent a total of $17.2 million on salaries in 2011.
Noticeably absent from the list were the salaries from the Port Moody Police Department.
Police department remuneration figures were made exempt a few years back from the legislation.
Technically, the police board is considered the employer of the department and the remuneration is dealt with through the province's solicitor general.
On the political side, the collective of city councillors took home a combined $143,835 in salary in 2011, ringing up another $71,555 in tax-free allowance and $19,592 in expenses.
Former mayor and newly minted MLA Joe Trasolini earned $45,015 in his shortened year in the top seat, collecting another $22,144 in allowance and claiming $6,002 in expenses.
Mike Clay received $17,941 in salary, $8,970 in allowance and $920 in expenses.
Current Couns. Diana Dilworth, Bob Elliott, Gerry Nuttall, Zoe Royer, Rick Glumac and Rosemary Small took home $14,601, $16,355, $16,355, $854, $854 and $854 respectively.
Former Couns. Meghan Lahti and Karen Rockwell each earned $15,501.