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Senate Bill 1996

Senate Bill sb1996

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    Florida Senate - 2004                                  SB 1996

    By Senator Constantine





    22-1275A-04

  1                      A bill to be entitled

  2         An act relating to the compensation of elected

  3         district school superintendents; amending s.

  4         145.19, F.S.; adding a cross-reference;

  5         providing for the superintendent's annual

  6         performance salary incentive and special

  7         qualification salary to be added to adjusted

  8         salary rate; amending s. 1001.47, F.S.;

  9         providing a calculation methodology for the

10         salary for elected district school

11         superintendents based on county population;

12         providing an effective date.

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14  Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:

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16         Section 1.  Subsection (2) of section 145.19, Florida

17  Statutes, is amended to read:

18         145.19  Annual percentage increases based on increase

19  for state career service employees; limitation.--

20         (2)  Each fiscal year, the salaries of all officials

21  listed in this chapter and s. 1001.47 shall be adjusted by the

22  annual factor. The Department of Management Services shall

23  certify the annual factor and the cumulative annual factors.

24  The adjusted salary rate shall be the product, rounded to the

25  nearest dollar, of the salary rate granted by the appropriate

26  section of this chapter or s. 1001.47 multiplied first by the

27  initial factor, then by the cumulative annual factor, and

28  finally by the annual factor. The Department of Management

29  Services shall certify the annual factor and the cumulative

30  annual factors. Any special qualification salary received

31  under this chapter, s. 1001.47, or the annual performance

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    Florida Senate - 2004                                  SB 1996
    22-1275A-04




 1  salary incentive available to elected superintendents under s.

 2  1001.47 shall be added to such adjusted salary rate. The,

 3  which special qualification salary shall be $2,000, but shall

 4  not exceed $2,000.

 5         Section 2.  Subsection (2) of section 1001.47, Florida

 6  Statutes, is amended, subsections (3), (4), and (5) are

 7  renumbered as subsections (4), (5), and (6), respectively, and

 8  a new subsection (3) is added to that section, to read:

 9         1001.47  District school superintendent; salary.--

10         (2)  Each elected district school superintendent shall

11  receive a base salary, the amounts indicated below, based on

12  the population of the county the elected superintendent

13  serves. In addition, compensation shall be made for population

14  increments over the minimum for each population group, which

15  shall be determined by multiplying the population in excess of

16  the minimum for the group times the group rate. The product of

17  such calculation shall be added to the base salary to

18  determine the adjusted base salary. Laws that increase the

19  base salary provided in this subsection shall contain

20  provisions on no other subject.

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22  Pop. Group     County Pop. Range     Base Salary   Group Rate

23                 Minimum    Maximum                            

24       I             -0-     49,999        $21,250     $0.07875

25      II          50,000     99,999         24,400      0.06300

26      III        100,000    199,999         27,550      0.02625

27      IV         200,000    399,999         30,175      0.01575

28       V         400,000    999,999         33,325      0.00525

29      VI       1,000,000                    36,475      0.00400

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    Florida Senate - 2004                                  SB 1996
    22-1275A-04




 1  Notwithstanding the provisions of chapter 145 to the contrary,

 2  the annual salaries of elected district school superintendents

 3  for 1993 and each year thereafter shall be established at the

 4  same amounts as the district school superintendents were paid

 5  for fiscal year 1991-1992, adjusted by each annual increase

 6  provided for in chapter 145.

 7         (3)  The adjusted base salaries of elected district

 8  school superintendents shall be increased annually as provided

 9  for in s. 145.19. Any salary previously paid to elected

10  superintendents, including the salary calculated for fiscal

11  year 2002-2003, which was consistent with chapter 145 and s.

12  230.303, Florida Statutes (2001), is hereby ratified and

13  validated.

14         Section 3.  This act shall take effect upon becoming a

15  law.

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18                          SENATE SUMMARY

19    Provides for a superintendent's annual performance salary
      incentive and special qualification salary to be added to
20    the adjusted salary rate. Establishes calculation
      methodology for the salary of elected district school
21    superintendents based on county population.

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