Wheaton Council Approves Salary Bump for Non-Union Employees

Wheaton City Council approves two percent increase for non-union employees of the City of Wheaton.

Wheaton City Council members unanimously approved a two percent salary increase Monday for city employees who are not in a union.

Assistant City Manager Mike Dzugan said the resolution will allow for a two percent annual range adjustment for non-union employees, as staff and council approved for the 2012-2013 annual budget. 

The employees receiving the raise include the city's divisional superintendents, departmental directors, police and fire chiefs, and the City Manager and Assistant City Manager.

The maximum salary for the City Manager is $185,303. The maximum for the Assistant City Manager, police and fire chiefs, directors of finance and public works, is $142,733.

To read the full Occupation Pay Schedule, click to view it on the City of Wheaton website.

John Mihas April 17, 2012 at 04:33 PM
Good to hear, that we have budget cuts, but there is always money to pay the fat cats at city hall. What a waste of taxpayer money.
Tom Mouhelis April 17, 2012 at 05:43 PM
ever been to a meeting?
John Mihas April 17, 2012 at 06:27 PM
yes, good to see your response is the same when people question city council members.
Frank Garcia December 20, 2012 at 11:00 PM
I don't agree with the vote to increase by 2%, lets not even talk about a reduction? We need more transparency in our city of Wheaton. Brick pavers in a parking lot. Why? maybe a vehcle sticker for our car, why not more tax to give more 2% or 4% increase! don't we ever see a reduction in our city? Why not? To busy spending tax payer money.


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