Salaries and wages for employees of the Village of Glen Carbon for 2021 have been added to the Belleville News-Democrat public salary database.
To consult the BND’s public payments database, go to www.bnd.com/publicpay.
The highest earner was John Zarr, who received $143,197.90 in total salary in 2021 for serving as a police officer, according to records provided to the BND through a Liberty Act request. ‘information. The salaries paid to Zarr included his basic salary as well as the retirement leave allowances the village owed him because he had retired.
Police Sergeant. Justin Click was the second highest earner, bringing in $123,145.35, according to records.
Village administrator James Bowden held the third highest position with a total salary of $115,881.02.
The fourth highest earner was Ryan Smith, a Police Department Sergeant, with a total salary of $111,316.48, and the fifth highest earner was Police Sergeant. Steven Deist II with $109,648.98.
You can see the full list of village employees and elected officials by clicking on “Glen Carbon” in the index at the top of the BND public database box. Select 2021 as the year and press the search button.
Do you want to consult the salaries of employees of other governments? All you have to do is follow the same instructions. Use the drop-down menu next to the space labeled “government” to find a specific local government’s listing, then go from there. Or you can skip this step and view all salaries in the entire region database if you scroll down the menu, select a year and click “search” to see all salaries collected in a given year. certain year.
You can also dig deeper. To see a person’s title, department, and other compensation that includes overtime, click the “details” link on the right side of the box.
You can also click the “sort by” box to organize your search in different ways, including by first or last name.
The BND’s public payments database dates back to 2011 with information primarily obtained through Freedom of Information Act requests and public filings. Salary information does not always include insurance or benefits. Some registers contain detailed information on overtime and other remuneration, while for some districts this information was not readily available.
The database includes compensation for employees of most regional governments, including cities, counties, townships, school districts, and public colleges and universities. More payroll records will be added as the BND receives salary data through open record requests.