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Top 20 Salaries
Pacetti , Frank   City Administrator   $141,360  2014  
Morrissey , John   Police Chief   $127,913  2014  
St. Peter , Edward   General Manager-kwu   $124,663  2014  
Stancato , Carol   Director Of Finance   $118,872  2014  
Antaramian , Edward   City Attorney   $118,548  2014  
Lemens , Michael   Director Of Public Works   $116,874  2014  
Thomsen , John   Fire Chief   $115,693  2014  
Riley , David   House Captain   $114,363  2014  
Poltrock , John   Deputy Fire Chief   $112,696  2014  
Poltrock , James   Division Chief Of Ems   $112,215  2014  
Stanczak , Stephen   Director Of Human Resources   $111,897  2014  
Lewis , David   Assistant General Manager   $111,480  2014  
Miskinis , Daniel   Deputy Police Chief   $111,243  2014  
Sinnen , Gregg   House Captain   $110,807  2014  
Haerter , Matthew   Battalion Chief   $108,351  2014  
Labahn , Jeffrey   Director Of Community Dev & In  $107,808  2014  
Lindquist , Lewis   Police Inspector   $107,700  2014  
Bernhardt , Wesley   Battalion Chief   $107,094  2014  
Allemand , Steven   House Captain   $107,046  2014  
Hamilton , Willie   Police Officer   $105,878  2014  
Harris , Daniel   House Captain   $105,506  2014  


Today's Poll

The Urban Land Institute's recommendation for redevelopment of the former Chrysler property, unveiled Friday, calls for creation of a small-business innovation center, along with sites for small-business and manufacturing development and indoor and outdoor sports fields. What do you think of this plan?
It sounds like a solid proposal.
More industrial uses on the former factory site? No thank you.
The plan should involve housing, too.
Cut the sports fields. Kenosha already has enough of them.
All of this land should be restored as green space. Kenosha needs a central-city oasis.

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