Deputy Schools Chief Tops List Of Greenwich's Earners

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The town of Greenwich released the Top 100 salaries of town employees, including Public Works Commissioner Amy Siebert, who ranked fifth.
The town of Greenwich released the Top 100 salaries of town employees, including Public Works Commissioner Amy Siebert, who ranked fifth. Photo Credit: Eric Gendron

GREENWICH, Conn. – Greenwich's Deputy Superintendent of Schools Ellen Flanagan was the highest-paid town employee in 2012, according to a list released by the town.

Flanagan grossed $200,756 in 2012, topping the list of the highest-earning 100 town employees. She was the only town employee to crack the $200,000 mark. Flanagan's salary increased by just less than $4,000 since last year.

The list was released by Mary Jo Iannuccilli, assistant director of the town's Department of Human Resources.

Town Administrator John Crary ranked second with a gross income of $185,781. He was followed by town comptroller Peter Mynarski, who grossed $182,397.

Managing Director of Operations Benjamin Branyan made the fourth-highest salary in town with $178,600, followed by Public Works Commissioner Amy Siebert in fifth with $173,359.

Rounding out the Top 10 highest-earning town employees are Greenwich High School headmaster Christopher Winters at $171,325, director of human resources Robert Lichtenfeld at $170,556, director of pupil personnel services Mary Forde at $165,444, Eastern Middle School principal Ralph Mayo at $161,737 and Greenwich police Lt. Robert Lombardo at $161,456.

Other notable top earners include interim superintendent of schools Roger Lulow, who grossed $158,765 in his temporary role and ranked 13th. Carol Mahoney, director of the Greenwich Public Library, earned $154,428, ranking 19th. Chief of Police James Heavey ranked 22nd and earned $151,297.

See the attached document for the full list.

Attached: (greenwichtop1002012.pdf)

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