News Dysart et al council divided on increasing remuneration SHARE ON: Kenny Trenton, contributor, Wednesday, Dec. 20th, 2017 Dysart et al Mayor Murray Fearrey in council chambers. December 2017. Photo: Supplied by Kenny Trenton/93.5 Moose FM/Vista Radio Dysart et al council still doesn’t have a consensus when it comes to its remuneration. Councilors were given two options on increasing their pay and both were voted down. In an e-mail to the My Haliburton Now Newsroom, C.A.O. Tamara Willbee says new options could be presented to council in January with the proposed raise taking effect for the next council. According to a administration department report, Dysart’s councillors make less than all other municipal politicians in the county. The proposal would see councilor compensation increase from $14,843.52 to $18,721.44, which is similar to other councillors in Haliburton County. The deputy mayor’s pay would go from $17,317.44 to $21,395.94, while the mayor’s position would see a $500 increase. Click here to see how Dysart’s elected officials compare to other politicians in the county.