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1. Abdin A Carrillo Person

Position: Project Manager - Construction at Chicago Transit Authority Chief Infrastructure Officer
Salary: $74,170

Data year: 2017
2. Mario Anthony Battle Person

Position: Project Manager - Construction at Chicago Transit Authority Chief Infrastructure Officer
Salary: $72,456

Data year: 2017
3. Miroslav Ivanovic Person

Position: Project Manager - Construction at Chicago Transit Authority Chief Infrastructure Officer
Salary: $72,102

Data year: 2017
4. Ryan Nicholas Bonk Person

Position: Project Manager - Construction at Chicago Transit Authority Chief Infrastructure Officer
Salary: $71,475

Data year: 2017
5. Maria Christina Gonzalez Person

Position: Executive Assistant Ii - Infrastructure at Chicago Transit Authority Chief Infrastructure Officer
Salary: $68,203

Data year: 2017
6. Denise Mathus Person

Position: Coordinator, Public Right-Of-Way Permitting at Chicago Transit Authority Chief Infrastructure Officer
Salary: $61,709

Data year: 2017
7. Veronica Lourdes Parenteau Person

Position: Cio Support Specialist at Chicago Transit Authority Chief Infrastructure Officer
Salary: $61,662

Data year: 2017
8. Lee Ley Person

Position: Project Specialist Ii - Infrastructure Capital Finance at Chicago Transit Authority Chief Infrastructure Officer
Salary: $52,910

Data year: 2017

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