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Searchable database of Concord city employees’ 2016 salaries

Published: 6/23/2017 10:32:06 AM

This searchable database shows the salaries and overtime earnings of Concord city employees for calendar year 2016.

The city’s highest paid employee was City Manager Tom Aspell, who earned 185,485.90 in 2016.

Police Lt. Joseph Wright came in at No. 2, boosted by the highest overtime earnings of any city employee. He added $52,737.95 in overtime to his regular earnings of $88,808.15 for a $141,546.10 salary last year.

The police department currently has eight vacant positions among its 86 sworn officers, Chief Brad Osgood said. Three other officers are currently at the police academy and a fourth is in the midst of field training, he said, which means other officers are “pulling extra shifts” to fill in the gaps.

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