What do public employees make compared to you?
Salary records for 2017 from two Caseyville Township and Jarvis Township have been added to the Belleville News-Democrat’s Public Pay Database.
The five highest paid employees in Caseyville Township were:
Plant Supervisor Jeffrey Bevirt, $89,233;
Plant Supervisor Mark Mercer, $76,313;
Superintendent of Construction Randy Lepere, $75,113;
Chief Operating Engineer Robery Cerny, $70,605;
Chief Equipment Engineer Kyle Hogg, $67,890.
In Jarvis Township, the five employees with the highest annual pay were:
Foreman Daniel Broksa Jr., $53,990;
Assessor Jessica Dudley, $50,345;
Road Commissioner Dale Grapperhaus, $49,525;
Road District crew member John Niehaus, $39,801;
Road District crew member Tyler Roche, $36,782.
Jarvis Township spent a total of $364,589 on salaries for 20 employees, while Caseyville Township spent a total of $1.6 million for 45 employees.
Trustees in Caseyville Township made as much as $13,200 annually. Trustee James Lemansky Sr. was the highest paid trustee, earning $13,200, while other trustees earned between $1,131 and $7,548 in stipends and travel expenses. Trustees in Jarvis Township each earned a $2,640 annual stipend.
Caseyville Township Supervisor Deborah Donovan earned $21,642, while Jarvis Township Supervisor Kelly Huelsmann earned $27,464.