At its September meeting, the Grafton Township Board set salaries for terms that begin after next April’s election.
The Township Supervisor will be paid $43,500, plus participation in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund pension system.
The Township Assessor will be paid $30,000 with IMRF being the only fringe benefit. The current assessor earns $71,000, plus IMRF pension, plus health and life insurance. Supervisor Jim Kearns and Trustee Bob Wagner voted against the motion to lower the salary and eliminate fringe benefits other than the pension.
The Road Commissioner will receive $62,500, plus IMRF and health benefits.
The Township Clerk, now paid $7,641, plus health and life insurance and IMRF pension benefits will receive $10,000 and now fring benefits.
Township Trustees compensation will go from $90 per meeting to $125 per meeting.