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1. Ingrid K Eckersberg Person

Position: Civil Engineer Iii at Evanston Community Development/Building Inspection Services
Salary: $105,014

Data year: 2017
2. Gary Gerdes Person

Position: Bld./Insp. Serv. Div. Manager at Evanston Community Development/Building Inspection Services
Salary: $102,774

Data year: 2017
3. Pelayo B Enerio Jr Person

Position: Civil Engineer Ii at Evanston Community Development/Building Inspection Services
Salary: $96,569

Data year: 2017
4. Dean A Mosca Person

Position: Structural Inspec/Plan Reviewer at Evanston Community Development/Building Inspection Services
Salary: $94,045

Data year: 2017
5. Hyungsig Sonn Person

Position: Building Const Inspec Supervisor at Evanston Community Development/Building Inspection Services
Salary: $91,375

Data year: 2017
6. Claude F Garesche Jr Person

Position: Electrical Inspector Ii at Evanston Community Development/Building Inspection Services
Salary: $84,731

Data year: 2017
7. Ana Asilis Person

Position: Plan Reviewer at Evanston Community Development/Building Inspection Services
Salary: $79,770

Data year: 2017
8. Christopher Booker Person

Position: Plumbing/Mechanical Inspector at Evanston Community Development/Building Inspection Services
Salary: $75,105

Data year: 2017

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