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26. Antioch Township Unit Township

Salary expenditure: $1 million
Number of positions: 29

Data year: 2017
27. Naperville Township Unit Township

Salary expenditure: $1 million
Number of positions: 26

Data year: 2017
28. Plainfield Township Unit Township

Salary expenditure: $995k
Number of positions: 50

Data year: 2017
29. New Lenox Township Unit Township

Salary expenditure: $961k
Number of positions: 45

Data year: 2017
30. Wauconda Township Unit Township

Salary expenditure: $926k
Number of positions: 32

Data year: 2017
31. Wheatland Township Unit Township

Salary expenditure: $821k
Number of positions: 28

Data year: 2017
32. Troy Township Unit Township

Salary expenditure: $680k
Number of positions: 35

Data year: 2017
33. Crete Township Unit Township

Salary expenditure: $621k
Number of positions: 34

Data year: 2017
34. Avon Township Unit Township

Salary expenditure: $619k
Number of positions: 28

Data year: 2017
35. Sugar Grove Township Unit Township

Salary expenditure: $534k
Number of positions: 30

Data year: 2017
36. Washington Township Unit Township

Salary expenditure: $299k
Number of positions: 26

Data year: 2017
37. Manhattan Township Unit Township

Salary expenditure: $271k
Number of positions: 25

Data year: 2017
38. Hampshire Township Unit Township

Salary expenditure: $216k
Number of positions: 30

Data year: 2017

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