Algonquin’s Highly Paid Employees

The Village of Algonquin shares with readers its employees who are compensated more than $75,000 a year.

Algonquin Village Hall

Village of Algonquin, Illinois Total Compensation Package

FY 12/13 BUDGET

The information is shown in this order:

  • Department Title
  • Total Compensation
  • Vacation (hrs.)
  • Personal (hrs.)
  • Sick (hrs.)

Here is the information provided:

  • Building/Vehicle Maintenance Internal Svcs Superintendent $ 94,566 176 24 96
  • Community Development Asst. Building Commissioner $84,836 176 24 96
  • Community Development Building Commissioner  $109,620 216 24 96
  • Community Development Community Development Director $96,425 128 24 96
  • Community Development Electrical Inspector $76,257 176 24 96
  • General Service Administration Accountant/Deputy Treasurer $75,055 176 24 96
  • General Service Administration Assistant Finance Director $82,665 176 24 96
  • General Service Administration Finance Director $120,556 248 24 96
  • General Service Administration HR Director $113,753 216 24 96
  • General Service Administration Information Systems Director $87,290 176 24 96
  • General Service Administration Village Manager $205,367 240 24 96
  • Parks & Forestry Department Parks/Forestry Superintendent $103,382 216 24 96
  • Parks & Forestry Department Parks/Forestry Supervisor $82,500 176 24 96
  • Police Department Deputy Police Chief-Sworn $119,492 264 24 96
  • Police Department Deputy Police Chief-Sworn $112,324 304 24 96
  • Police Department Detective Sergeant-Sworn $104,537 216 24 96
  • Police Department Police Chief-Sworn $137,108 280 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $89,100 208 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $89,100 208 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $89,100 208 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $89,100 216 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $89,100 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $89,100 224 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $89,100 208 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $89,100 208 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $89,100 208 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 136 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Officer-Sworn $88,880 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Sergeant-Sworn $99,954 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Sergeant-Sworn $99,954 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Sergeant-Sworn $97,804 208 24 96
  • Police Department Police Sergeant-Sworn $95,655 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Sergeant-Sworn $92,431 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Sergeant-Sworn $91,356 176 24 96
  • Police Department Police Sergeant-Sworn $89,207 176 24 96
  • Police Department Technical Svcs Manager $77,061 264 24 96
  • Public Works Administration Assistant Public Works Director $107,943 216 24 96
  • Public Works Administration Project Manager $90,367 176 24 96
  • Public Works Administration Public Works Director $135,815 216 24 96
  • Streets Department Streets Superintendent $92,142 216 24 96
  • Streets Department Streets Supervisor $77,770 176 24 96
  • Streets Department Streets Supervisor $76,279 264 24 96
  • Water/Sewer Department Chief Water Operator $84,272 176 24 96
  • Water/Sewer Department Chief WW Operator $ 84,527 88 24 96
  • Water/Sewer Department Utilities Superintendent $103,747 248 24 96
  • Water/Sewer Department Utilities Supervisor  $82,079 176 24 96

Notes:

  1. Compensation for Vacation, Personal, and Sick hours are budgeted in the salary amount. Hours are shown for illustrative purposes.
  2. Pursuant to Public Act 097-0609, “total compensation package” for purposes of the Act means “payment by the employer to the employee for salary, health insurance, a housing allowance, a vehicle allowance, a clothing allowance, bonuses, loans, vacation days granted, and sick days granted.”

Comments

Algonquin’s Highly Paid Employees — 5 Comments

  1. It use to be that public works workers didn’t make much in salary, because like their counterparts in the construction industry the work was seasonal, but the benefits were good.

    Today it seems everything the public workers get is exceptional.

  2. Pursuant to Public Act 097-0609, “total compensation package” for purposes of the Act means “payment by the employer to the employee for salary, health insurance, a housing allowance, a vehicle allowance, a clothing allowance, bonuses, loans, vacation days granted, and sick days granted.”

    Now that is one important note.

    I’ve noticed salaries increasing this last year on FamilyTaxpayers.org.

    I wonder if the above mentioned reason is why.

  3. 176 + 24 + 96 = 296 / 40 = 7.4 weeks of vacation, personal, and sick time per year.

    Sure is nice for the taxpayers to pay for something they themselves don’t receive if they are in the private sector.

  4. Why is it legal for towns to circumvent the retirement systems by allowing employees to leave one system and enter another gaining a double dip pension?

    Case in point. Lake In the Hills Police Chief Jim Wales “RETIRES” as Chief and starts collecting his nearly six figure police retirement.

    The pay period he continues in the same job with LITH but is now called the Director of Public Safety making nearly the same salary as before as Chief.

    NOW he contributes into IMRF and will collect another second pension.

    He collects his police pension, collects a hefty LITH salary and soon will be collecting an IMRF pension.

    The town is complicit in the scam.

    Other towns do the same thing.

    Cops and fireman retire and collect their pensions and return to work.

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