McHenry County Employee Compensation – Ba-Bo

Further posting of compensation of McHenry County employees follows.

The figures show below include not only salary, but also health benefits, vacation and sick pay, plus uniform allowance.

Salary and benefit information for Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund employees are for salaries on FY 2019-20. It represents numbers that are projected to be earned at the completion of the fiscal year. Numbers do not become actual until the completion of the fiscal year.

State law only requires such information be posted for those earning over $75,000.

McHenry County, instead, decided to post such information for all employees to be more transparent.

NAME JOB TITLE TOTAL COMPENSATION

McHenry County Employee Compensation – A-BaBak,Alana M Social Services Case Manager $63,979.40
Baker,Kenneth D Township Engineer $82,202.22
Banuelos,Vicente Radio Dispchr – Union $64,624.88
Barajas,Ruth L Custodian I $37,501.28
Barnes,Yvonne M. County Board Member $39,959.10
Barone,Deanne M Custodian – Union $31,921.50
Barrett,Deborah T Mapping Technician II $68,216.70
Barrett,Linda R. Activity Director $58,020.66
Barrett,Patricia A Administrative Specialist I $29,815.50
Bartlett,Lynn M. Administrative Specialist I $61,497.00
Bartoszewski,Raymond W Court Security – Non Union $3,505.00
Bates,Katherine V County Board Member $20,999.94
Baugher,Justin W Radio Dispchr – Union $82,160.00
Bauke,Zachary E Groundwater Protection Spec $61,272.22
Bauman,Barbara Clerk II – Union $58,309.46
Bauman,David H DOT Maint Worker $64,860.80
Bazyl,Dominika J Court/Courtroom Spec I $35,763.60
Beach,Kristine A Accountant II $72,395.76
Beaston-Gaughan,Carolyn Correctional Officer – Union $101,302.16
Beatty,Jaimie M Accounting Assistant II $42,763.50
Beck,Holly S Administrative Specialist II $57,413.16
Beckman,Dwayne Building Inspector $71,192.50
Beckman,Roberta Housekeeping Coordinator $52,804.16
Beets,Raymond D Permit Manager $79,108.68
Behof,Richard A. Deputy Chief Public Defender $121,670.16
Behrens,Randy J Correctional Officer – Union $108,322.16
Bell,Heather R Legal Admin Specialist I $52,928.16
Bengtson,Sunny L Administrative Specialist I $43,491.20
Bengtson,Timothy P Deputy – Union $115,028.16
Benitez,Alejandro Appraisal Director $85,199.10
Berg,Laurie J Clerk III – Union $57,543.74
Bertello,Christopher P. Correctional Officer – Union $108,322.16
Beyer,Thomas S Court Security – Non Union $3,505.00
Bhangoo,Damandeep S Deputy – Union $62,584.00
Bieniek,Ashley M Animal Control Officer I $14,917.50
Bigden,Steven W Court Security Ofcr – Union $63,740.08
Bihlmaier,Ted A Correctional Officer – Union $108,322.16
Birchfield,Kathryn Z Senior Case Manager $50,799.18
Bird,Katherine Assistant State’s Attorney $84,156.22
Birr,Nancy B Clerk II – Union $45,191.18
Blackard,Bryanna R Administrative Specialist II $43,884.72
Blake Dickson,Jana E Principal Asst States Attorney $99,314.50
Blanken,Sarah E Correctional Officer – Union $78,632.00
Block,Scott A Executive Director MH $135,600.88
Boal,Heidi Sr Court/Courtroom Spec I $48,162.18
Bock,Kristin D Registry – RN $18,720.00
Bodden Jr,Gerald T Deputy – Union $115,028.16
Bodway,Travis J Deputy – Union $85,983.12
Boeckmann,Kelli M Solid Waste Program Manager $61,412.84
Boege,Anthony E Food Service Assistant $13,458.90


Comments

McHenry County Employee Compensation – Ba-Bo — 9 Comments

  1. Who needs a custodian? Who needs a radio dispatcher? Who needs a correctional officer? Who needs an animal control officer? Who needs a building inspector? Who needs a courtroom specialist? Who needs a legal administrative specialist? Who needs a county? Who needs government when private sector is so efficient, never goes bankrupt, and never asks government for bailouts? What were our Founding Fathers thinking when drafting a Constitution to organize government? I’m so glad we have this sunshine blog…tic, tock, tic, tock, tic, tock, meeeeeeoooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwww…

  2. I’ve advocated for the entire Public Sector be replaced by low cost robots.

    How expensive can 15-20 million mannequins be?

  3. That’s pretty funny to see a deputy making over 100k and the assistant States Attorney making 84k.

    See, passing the bar is not a benefit, just about anybody can do it.

  4. All quite overpaid for the very little they do.

    When whole system crashes their cushy pensions won’t be $hit.

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