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Kenosha Area Public Employee Salaries

Providing public employee salaries in an online database allows citizens to act as a watchdog on government spending.

Kenosha Area

Kenosha County
Kenosha County Circuit Court

County Municipalities

Paddock Lake
Paris Township
Pleasant Prairie
Randall Township
Salem Township
Silver Lake
Twin Lakes

County Schools

Brighton School
Bristol School
Central High School
Randall School
Riverview School
Wheatland School

Higher Education

Gateway Technical College
UW - Parkside
*Pre-tax, rounded to nearest dollar. **According to UW System senior legal counsel Jennifer Lattis, Douglas Ihrke is at UW-Milwaukee. **According to UW System senior legal counsel Jennifer Lattis, Douglas Ihrke is at UW-Milwaukee; Vogt, Udermann, and Manrique are at UW-La Crosse, and Luker is at UW-Madison. They and others are listed on the UW-Parkside payroll as "ad hoc program specialists," which Lattis referred to as "a fancy way of saying 'consultant.'" It's not clear whether or how their salaries are apportioned by campus. None are listed by name in Parkside's directory, but Lattis said some may have part-time contact with Parkside, for example, by teaching classes through distance learning. Because UW System is a single-payer employer, they may be listed on the payroll of more than one institution. '

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