Joel L Bird


Joel L Bird earned $1,750 in 2017 as a County Board Member for Vermilion County Salary Meetings. Bird had worked in this position since May 09, 2017.

Bird earned more than 0.00% of employees in Vermilion County Salary Meetings.

Other County Board Members at Vermilion County Salary Meetings

Name Position Salary Start Date
Nancy S O'Kane County Board Member $3,125 02-17-2016
Wesley Gerhardt Bieritz County Board Member $3,120 12-01-2014
Craig Alan Golden County Board Member $3,000 12-01-2014
Christina L Walls County Board Member $3,000 12-05-2016
Todd A Johnson County Board Member $3,000 12-01-2010
Robert M Weaver County Board Member $3,000 03-27-2015
Charles Duane Nesbitt County Board Member $3,000 12-01-2012
Steven W. Fourez County Board Member $3,000 12-01-2014
Larry D Baughn Jr County Board Member $3,000 12-01-2014
Thomas Morse Iii County Board Member $3,000 09-08-2015
Robert L Boyd County Board Member $3,000 08-12-2008
Charles D Mockbee Iii County Board Member $3,000 12-01-2012
Phearn M Butler County Board Member $3,000 02-02-2016
Cari Ann West-Monson County Board Member $3,000 03-10-2015
Marla B Mackiewicz County Board Member $2,950 12-05-2016
Deanna R Witzel County Board Member $2,900 12-05-2016
Frank D Hoskins County Board Member $2,750 01-10-2017
Anthony J Wright County Board Member $2,550 09-08-2013

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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