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1. Dolton Records Clerk Department

Salary expenditure: $409k
Number of positions: 10

Data year: 2017
2. Dolton Elected Department

Salary expenditure: $221k
Number of positions: 10

Data year: 2017
3. Dolton Housing Department

Salary expenditure: $219k
Number of positions: 8

Data year: 2017
4. Dolton Public Works Admin Department

Salary expenditure: $196k
Number of positions: 5

Data year: 2017
5. Dolton Water Dept Public Works Department

Salary expenditure: $182k
Number of positions: 7

Data year: 2017
6. Dolton Crossing Guards Department

Salary expenditure: $122k
Number of positions: 19

Data year: 2017
7. Dolton Melanie Department

Salary expenditure: $120k
Number of positions: 17

Data year: 2017
8. Dolton Independent Contr Department

Salary expenditure: $98k
Number of positions: 21

Data year: 2017
9. Dolton Permit Dept Department

Salary expenditure: $93k
Number of positions: 3

Data year: 2017
10. Dolton Meter Readers Department

Salary expenditure: $91k
Number of positions: 3

Data year: 2017
11. Dolton HR Dept Department

Salary expenditure: $75k
Number of positions: 1

Data year: 2017
12. Dolton Finance Dept Department

Salary expenditure: $70k
Number of positions: 2

Data year: 2017
13. Dolton Sewer Dept Public Works Department

Salary expenditure: $51k
Number of positions: 1

Data year: 2017
14. Dolton Media Ctr Department

Salary expenditure: $48k
Number of positions: 1

Data year: 2017
15. Dolton Ppe Department

Salary expenditure: $11k
Number of positions: 1

Data year: 2017
16. Dolton Public Works Sup Department

Salary expenditure: $10k
Number of positions: 1

Data year: 2017

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