Salaries to be Set for Municipal Employees
Those for council, mayor to remain the same, others see 2 percent increase.
The township council unanimously approved the introduction of an ordinance Monday that sets salaries for department heads and others—and for the most part, there isn't much of a change in costs.
Township administrator James Naples said the compenations for mayor, council president, council, director of administration and municipal judge are all flat.
"There is a zero increase from the past," he said.
The rest of the salaries, Naples said, will see a 2 percent increase, with the exception of the police chief, who sees a 2.75 percent increase, all consistent with contracts and other determinations.
Naples said these salaries are all consistent with what was passed and accounted for in the 2012 budget.
Public hearing for the ordinance will be held July 2.
The payments are as follows:
|Township Council President||$8,000|
|Director of Administration||$147,000|
|Director of Finance/Chief Financial Officer||$111,965|
|Director of Municipal Services/Township Engineer||$123,908|
|Director of Human Services||$96,434|
|Director of Law||By Contract|
|Chief of Police||$150,549|