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1. Dwayne Morris Person

Position: Public Works Maint Wrkr Ii at Evanston Public Works Agency/Greenways
Salary: $73,670

Data year: 2017
2. Lisa J Sanders Person

Position: Public Works Maint Wrkr Ii at Evanston Public Works Agency/Greenways
Salary: $71,134

Data year: 2017
3. Antonio Guzman Person

Position: Parks/Forestry Worker Iii at Evanston Public Works Agency/Greenways
Salary: $69,850

Data year: 2017
4. Colin Aegler Person

Position: Pw Maintenance Worker Ii at Evanston Public Works Agency/Greenways
Salary: $69,699

Data year: 2017
5. Paul Crescenzo Person

Position: Parks/Forestry Worker Iii at Evanston Public Works Agency/Greenways
Salary: $69,390

Data year: 2017
6. Gary Eanes Person

Position: Parks/Forestry Worker Iii at Evanston Public Works Agency/Greenways
Salary: $68,762

Data year: 2017
7. Richard A Richter Person

Position: Greenways Crew Leader at Evanston Public Works Agency/Greenways
Salary: $67,352

Data year: 2017
8. Mark A Barner Person

Position: Public Works Maint Wrkr I at Evanston Public Works Agency/Greenways
Salary: $66,613

Data year: 2017
9. Joseph L Wazny Person

Position: Equipment Operator Ii at Evanston Public Works Agency/Greenways
Salary: $63,859

Data year: 2017
10. Rogelio Perez Person

Position: Public Works Maint Wrkr Ii at Evanston Public Works Agency/Greenways
Salary: $61,005

Data year: 2017
11. Chad M Kubinski Person

Position: Parks/Forestry Worker Iii at Evanston Public Works Agency/Greenways
Salary: $58,972

Data year: 2017
12. Khalid Lastic Person

Position: Public Works Maint Wrkr Ii at Evanston Public Works Agency/Greenways
Salary: $58,818

Data year: 2017

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