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Salary increases: 16 Seneca County officials would get 8% raises if local law approved

A special meeting of the Seneca County Board of Supervisors will take place Tuesday evening. That session could set raises into motion for county officials not represented by a union.

Altogether 16 county officials, both appointed and elected, who are not represented by the county’s union, would receive an 8% salary increase.

It requires the Board of Supervisors to approve a proposed local law.

A public hearing it happening October 11 at 6 p.m. If approved at that session, the raises would take effect immediately and run through 2023.


Here’s the breakdown of raises, as proposed:

  • Sheriff — $84,020 → $90,741.93.
  • Clerk — $72,886 → $78,716.95.
  • Treasurer — $37,999 → $41,038.9.
  • Clerk to Board of Supervisors — $63,259 → $68,319.77.
  • County attorney — $113,533 → $122,615.54.
  • County historian — $16,750 → $18,090.
  • County manager — $116,188 → $125,483.07.
  • Public defender — $83,939 → $90,654.04.
  • Human Services commissioner — $94,069 → $101,594.57.
  • Emergency Management director — $84,020 → $97,742.
  • Finance director — $93,404 → $100,876.28.
  • Public health director — $88,511 → $95,591.91.
  • Real Property Tax Services director — $68,339 → $73,806.04.
  • Personnel officer — $88,511 → $95,591.91.
  • Elections commissioners (both) — $68,901→ $74,413.13.


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