Compensation of Nunda Township Elected Officials

Spurring by McHenry Township Trustee Bob Anderson’s request for compensation for township officials around McHenry County, I filed Freedom of Information requests for the information.

Here is the information for Nunda Township:

Supervisor

  • 2017-18 – $74,511.74 + $1,000 for being Road District Treasurer
  • 2018-19 – $75,256.86 + $1,000 for being Road District Treasurer
  • 2019-20 – $76,009.43 + $1,000 for being Road District Treasurer
  • 2020-21 – $76,769.52 + $1,000 for being Road District Treasurer

Highway Commissioner

  • 2017-18 – $93,773.45
  • 2018-19 – $94,711.18
  • 2019-20 – $95,648.30
  • 2020-21 – $96,614.88

Assessor

  • 2017-18 – $80,000
  • 2018-19 – $80,800
  • 2019-20 – $81,608
  • 2020-21 – $82,424.08

Clerk

  • 2017-18 – $11,000
  • 2018-19 – $11,110
  • 2019-20 – $11,221.10
  • 2020-21 – $11,333.31

Trustees

  • 2017-21 – $150

Above the salary information is this header:

Salaries and IMRF eligibility. The salaries for Township Officials shall be as follows:

Only the Supervisor, Assessor and Road Commissioner are allowed to participate in the pension plan.

The Supervisor, Assessor and Road Commissioner are also given health insurance, if they pay 10% of the premium.


Comments

Compensation of Nunda Township Elected Officials — 24 Comments

  1. That commish isn’t worth even half that! Ever see there roads and the amount of sand after a snow fall? Talk about putting people’s life’s in danger.

  2. A total rip off!

    And what’s not included is all the free gasoline, gold plated medical insurance for every dependent in the township leech-family, per deim ‘reimbursements’, and, of course, as demonstrated by the Miller Clan, everything they can steal from trips to Disneyland to Hooters dinners, lingerie to cigars, engine work to fancy purses!

  3. Do these officials do anything? I called the Nunda Road Commissioner, Mike Lespearence (sp?) last year and left 4 messages about what I thought was an illegal culvert, with my name and #. I never hear from him!

    And I voted for him once!

  4. Weren’t some of the Nunda guys part of the Friday breakfast round table with the Millers at Around the Clock? Did they turn in their guest check for the taxpayers to pay?

  5. Cal I would like to know the payroll of the Public works director and all under him/her and same for county dot.
    Let’s compare salaries. I don’t know who is higher but to beef about every elected officials salary, your bias shows ands it’s pretty hypocritical

  6. Cal I would like to know the payroll of the Crystal Lake Public works director and all under him/her and same for county dot.
    Let’s compare salaries. I don’t know who is higher but to beef about every elected officials salary, your bias shows ands it’s pretty hypocritical

  7. What are you talking about, Mrs? Those aren’t elected positions like these are. Do a FOIA if you’re interested. Then ask Cal to publish them.

  8. For Highway Commissioner comparison, here are the miles reported to the State for their share of MFT: Alden 36.82; Algonquin 56.29; Burton 15.69; Chemung 31.87; Coral 55.80′ Dorr 27.09; Dunham 43.69; Grafton 26.72; Greenwood 41.61; Hartland 41.22; Hebron 37.27; Marengo 36.31; McHenry 83.60; Nunda 95.01; Richmond 32.53; Riley 47.03; Seneca 41.62

  9. Marengo PW director makes $102,184.00, all the other city’s pay more as their positions responsibility is greater.
    Cary pays the person that runs the street end of PW about what Mike at Nunda and Andrew at Alg get paid as the road commissioner’s.
    Nunda Sup pay is about the same as Cal’s pension.

  10. **where are the indictments ??????????**

    For… ? For getting paid a salary?

  11. This probably will be the one and only thing we ever agree on Nob. This is the one thing I can’t support him on.

  12. Joe we’d agree more if you’d allow yourself the ability to hear both sides of a issue.
    We really want less taxation, but at what price?
    Yamon!

  13. For Highway Commissioner miles. We should abolish Dorr Township and Grafton based on Miles. Based on cost, some others could go too! (Algonquin, Nunda, McHenry)
    Alden 36.82
    Algonquin 56.29
    Burton 15.69
    Chemung 31.87
    Coral 55.80
    Dorr 27.09
    Dunham 43.69
    Grafton 26.72
    Greenwood 41.61
    Hartland 41.22
    Hebron 37.27
    Marengo 36.31
    McHenry 83.60
    Nunda 95.01;
    Richmond 32.53
    Riley 47.03
    Seneca 41.62

  14. Based on only part of the deal, mileage, you aren’t accounting for the other factors.
    Consolidating the work force means more miles driven and fuel used to do the job, or a decrease in services.
    And there is much more to consider, that’s why some type of proof should be part of a well thought out plan before a vote.

  15. You all are only taking into consideration the miles ONE WAY what about returning while plowing snow, maintaining the roads and all the rest that comes with maintaining the equipment while broken down on the roads in a snow storm etc., etc.,etc.,..

  16. Id like to see individual hourly rates for nunda like we got to see for everyone else. Mike claims no nepotism but didn’t know what it meant. I was yelled at for calling him out and later he apologized lol Also if we get Mike lesperance out this term we won’t have to pay his pension, he needs 10 years and he’ll be at 8 when this round is up. Don’t let a retired man from his failed business collect tax dollars for… Well lets see what the states attorney and everyone finds out.

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