Raise likely for Huntley village president
HUNTLEY – Village trustees are expected to make Huntley’s president one of the highest-paid elected municipal leaders in the area during the board’s regular meeting tonight.
Trustees likely will approve a measure that increases Village President Chuck Sass’ compensation from $15,000 to $20,000 a year for his job as Huntley’s chief elected official. The pay raise would make Sass’ compensation higher than neighboring presidents in Algonquin, Woodstock, Lake in the Hills and Marengo, village research shows.
Huntley’s population boom, and the village’s efforts to wrangle county and state leaders to expand the village’s infrastructure has transformed the village president’s role into a full-time job, Trustee Harry Leopold said.
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