Are you curious to know how much Lower Saucon Township employees make? If you pay municipal taxes as a resident or business owner, the answer to that question is most likely "yes."
According to that list, the township's manager, Jack Cahalan, and its chief of police, Guy Lesser, were the two highest paid employees last year, earning $84,387.34 and $83,641.32 respectively.
In addition to Lesser, police officers make up the rest of the Top 10, which is not unusual given the fact that local police often earn more than their base salaries by working overtime.
Below are the Top 15 earners on the list (for the complete list, click here):
Jack Cahalan, Township Manager - $84,387.34
Guy Lesser, Chief of Police - $83,641.32
Tom Louder, Police Officer - $83,483.33
David Roxberry, Police Officer - $81,155.89
Tom Barndt, Police Sergeant - $80,965.93
Charles Werkheiser, Police Officer - $79,419.96
Robert Winters, Police Officer - $78,775.04
Tim Connell, Police Corporal - $78,524.63
Keith Bredbenner, Police K-9 Officer - $77,640.33
Chris Leidy, Police Investigator - $76,622.81
Eric Marth, Police Officer - $76,380.77
Willie Shelly, Police Officer - $73,139.53
Kyle Haggerty, Police D.A.R.E. Officer - $72,869.47
James Connell, Police Officer - $72,173.47
Chris Garges, Zoning Officer - $65,666.70