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Posted: Monday, April 28, 2014 3:00 am

SAUGUS — Police officers were the top earners once again in Saugus in 2013.

According to a list of the top 100 employee salaries provided by the town, the top nine salaries were for police officers. Lt. Thomas Coogan was the highest earner at $164,005, which included details and salary. Chief Domenic Dimella was the sixth-highest earner at $138,416.

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1 comment:

  • Ryan42 posted at 10:24 pm on Sun, May 4, 2014.

    Ryan42 Posts: 7

    1. Not exactly base pay, it includes overtime pay. The middle # is just details, a different kind of overtime. In case you are not familiar with them. Also the top #, the base salary that was provided to the Item includes money the town spends on health insurance and the money that employees are paying into their pensions. This does not accurately reflect what employees are bringing home (even before taxes), so for that matter these are the the #'s that show on the employee's W-2s.