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March 20, 2013

Top 20 highest-paid Newburyport employees, 2012

1. Marc Kerble Superintendent of schools $176,042.65

2. Thomas Howard Police marshal $168,098.23

3. Stephen Cutter Fire chief $152,156.70

4. Stephen Chaisson Police sergeant $138,493.62

5. Richard Siemasko Jr Police lieutenant $128,860.25

6. Deirdre Farrell Ass’t superintendent of schools $121,027.38

7. Michael Parent High school principal $119,841.97

8. Michael Wilichoski Police officer $116,154.62

9. Michael Sugrue Police inspector $115,619.74

10. Mark Murray Police lieutenant $114,214.96

11. Angela Crofford-Bik Director of curriculum $113,000.09

12. Stephen Bradbury Deputy fire chief $106,560.19

13. William Steeves Police sergeant $106,204.79

14. Christopher McDonald Police officer $104,582.53

15. Kristina Davis School principal $103,832.61

16. Richard Thurlow Fire lieutenant $103,064.28

17. Alan Maguire Police sergeant $102,858.97

18. Anthony Furnari DPW director $102,749.90

19. Peter Finnegan Police sergeant $102,086.87

20. Stephen Hamilton Fire lieutenant $101,816.03

NOTE: Figures here represent total pay, which includes base salary and other income such as longevity, bonuses, overtime, and police traffic details.

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