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  • By Lisa Brody

Salaries approved for elected officials, trustees

The Bloomfield Township Board of Trustees unanimously approved compensation for the incoming supervisor, clerk, treasurer and trustees, effective at noon Friday, November 20, at a special meeting of the board on Monday, November 16.

None of the outgoing members of the administration will receive the increase in salary.

“Dani Walsh, Martin Brook and I had a discussion, and we all agreed not to take a vehicle or a vehicle allowance,” said treasurer Brian Kepes, who was re-elected for a four-year term. Walsh is the incoming supervisor and Brook the incoming clerk. They had been offered an $8,000 annual car allowance. The approved supervisor's salary, reflecting a 2.5 percent annual pay increase, will be $164,316.23. The approved clerk and treasurer's salaries also reflect a 2.5 annual pay increase, and will both be $143,290.01. The four elected trustees will receive $250 per meeting through the end of the trustee's term. Current trustees Neal Barnett and Michael Schostak are continuing on the board, to be joined by newly-elected trustees Stephanie Fakih and Valerie Sayles Murray. All were to be sworn in on Friday, November 20.

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