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Here are 12 of Hunterdon's Highest Paid Employees

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FLEMINGTON, NJ – The county Freeholders approved salaries for 65 unclassified, non-contractual employees at their most recent public meeting.

The salaries are retroactive to Jan. 1 and were adopted without discussion as part of the “consent agenda.” Items on the “consent” list are considered “routine” and not subject to discussion unless requested.

Of the 65 employees, one dozen are paid six-figure annual salaries. They are listed here along with their title.

George F. Wagner

Chief of Staff

$156,953

Shana L. Taylor

Attorney

$135,409

Janet R. Previte

Chief Financial Officer

$130,870

Thomas B. Matthews

Public Works Director

$133,355

Frank J. Bell, III

Architect

$127,111

Frederick W. Brown

Sheriff

$122,960

Susan J. Hoffman

Surrogate

$122,960

Mary Melfi

County Clerk

$122,960

Christine Hammerstone

Human Services Administrator

$109,242

Marc H. Saluk

Economic Development Director

$109,242

Jeffrey A. Quick

Road Supervisor

$106,080

Donald R. Sutton

Superintendent of Bridges

$106,080

The Freeholders held their meeting June 19 in the East Amwell Municipal Building.

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