I'm sure you've consulted salary.com to give you a pretty good idea of what an IT-type job pays in your area. I'm in Salt Lake which is approx. 10% lower (cost of living and wages) and I'd say 70k is probably your low range. If it's government then 70k is the high range. You have to also consider your experience level in the IT field, which is kind of messed up but that's how life works... I know guys who couldn't code their way out of a paper bag making way too much money just because they've managed to do just barely enough to not get fired for 30 years. And young guys sharp as tacks who really are the ones getting things done are at the low end of entry level positions. It's not fair... but it's reality.
Will this salary also come with full benefits package I assume?
Go Broncos, by the way.
Congrats on your efforts, sounds like you've really grabbed opportunity when it came along! Have you considered a Wiki-based solution? I've implemented Dokuwiki
for my team to document the systems we develop and support and it's been pretty great. We don't have any of that "fancy" social media though