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Top 20 Salaries
NamePositionSalaryYear
Petrick, Frances   Admin Brookside  $116,836  2012  
Geertsen, David   Dir Dept Finance & Admin  $113,315  2012  
Lacock, Martin   Dir Div Info Technology  $113,242  2012  
Arbet, Raymond   Dir Dept Public Works  $111,041  2012  
Melcher, George   Dir Dept Plan & Devel  $110,960  2012  
Vash, Bernard   Corporation Counsel  $109,980  2012  
Smith, Charles   Chief Deputy Sheriff  $107,733  2012  
Fitzgerald, James   Family Court Commissioner  $102,663  2012  
Jansen, John   Dir Dept Human Services  $99,657  2012  
Swartz, Alan   Asst Dir Finance/budget Dir  $99,338  2012  
Staves, Laurie   Cfo Human Services  $97,403  2012  
Kreuser, James   County Executive  $97,021  2012  
Apker, Larry   Captain  $96,614  2012  
Falduto Jr., Paul   Trip Person  $94,687  2012  
Puidokas, Thomas   Lieutenant  $94,265  2012  
Schlecht, Mark   Lieutenant  $94,013  2012  
Beth, David   Sheriff  $93,155  2012  
Jaros, Laverne   Dir Div Aging & Disab Serv  $92,821  2012  
Plous, John   Judicial Court Commissioner  $92,714  2012  
Beardsley, Barbara   Dir Nursing Brookside  $92,262  2012  
Vantine, Edward   Lieutenant  $92,101  2012  


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