Paul Donnelly

Summary

Paul Donnelly earned $132,360 in 2017 as a Treatment Plant Operator Iii for Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations. Donnelly had worked in this position since July 22, 1998.

Donnelly earned more than 92.12% of employees in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations.

Other Treatment Plant Operator Iiis at Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations

Name Position Salary Start Date
William White Treatment Plant Operator Iii $162,559 05-12-1997
Anthony Halaska Treatment Plant Operator Iii $147,605 07-22-1987
Charles Svazas Treatment Plant Operator Iii $146,631 08-07-1989
Matthew Elenteny Treatment Plant Operator Iii $128,041 12-03-2003
Paula Flintroy Treatment Plant Operator Iii $124,997 07-17-2002
Daniel Mikso Treatment Plant Operator Iii $124,886 06-30-1999
Sandra Matual Treatment Plant Operator Iii $124,521 04-28-1997
Richard Campbell Treatment Plant Operator Iii $118,208 04-07-1997
John Kargbo Treatment Plant Operator Iii $116,069 01-14-2004
Michael Zidonis Treatment Plant Operator Iii $114,015 11-24-1999
Mary Brand Treatment Plant Operator Iii $107,402 02-03-1986
Sheril Kamenjarin Treatment Plant Operator Iii $95,632 04-27-1988
James Kaminski Treatment Plant Operator Iii $52,568 01-26-1987

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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