Juan Mata

Summary

Juan Mata earned $113,720 in 2017 as a Laborer for Lockport Public Works. Mata had worked in this position since July 02, 2001.

Mata earned more than 100.00% of employees in Lockport Public Works.

Other Laborers at Lockport Public Works

Name Position Salary Start Date
Kevin Mccaffrey Laborer $90,728 05-17-2004
Jeff Garfield Laborer $87,215 10-12-1998
Thomas Hilmes Laborer $85,814 01-04-1988
Nicholas Golich Laborer $77,949 08-15-2008
Jake R Harris Laborer $77,617 06-23-2003
James Putnam Laborer $77,248 03-31-1997
Richard Ryan Laborer $75,125 06-06-2005
Luke Gasper Laborer $70,987 07-01-2002
Scott Struckmeyer Laborer $70,941 07-14-2008
Allen Simo Laborer $70,754 12-01-1987
Keith Pesavento Laborer $70,395 01-03-2000
Timothy Boland Laborer $68,963 09-09-2003
David Wysocki Laborer $66,813 07-08-2013
Matthew Lyons Laborer $62,380 10-02-2008
Adam Lacey Laborer $61,769 08-22-2012
Anthony Grossi Laborer $60,902 03-21-2012
Jonathan Gende Laborer $58,992 10-01-2013
Neal Bahnsen Laborer $57,603 05-11-2015
Chad Pesavento Laborer $55,652 11-23-2015
Michael Anderson Laborer $54,105 04-12-2004
Cory Patterson Laborer $50,655 06-12-2013
Alec Mendola Laborer $22,306 08-01-2016
Joseph Castello Laborer $22,077 12-01-2014
Jared Harris Laborer $18,168 07-21-2014
Matthew Hoffmeister Laborer $17,123 07-11-2016
Dominic Iacoponi Laborer $15,963 02-06-2017
Austin Grossi Laborer $6,002 01-04-2016

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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