Find Out What O'Fallon's Top Officials Make in Salary

According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the city administrator, police chief and director of parks and recreation were at the top of the City of O'Fallon payroll in 2012.

See what City of O'Fallon employees earned in 2012, according to STLtoday.com

Here's the top five:

  1. City Administrator Keith Riesberg, $122,053.36
  2. Managing Director of Administrative Services John Griesenaur, $111,612.80
  3. Chief of Police Roy Joachimstaler, $108,659.20
  4. Assistant City Administrator Lenor Tozer-Aldaz, $108,659.20
  5. Managing Director of Parks and Recreation Cynthia Springer, $105,227.20

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Mike Nunnery January 03, 2013 at 04:40 PM
Though public officials, I do not see the need for the paper to disclose salaries for these folks as they (newspaper staff) did not run a comparative salary study against other cities of similar size and status as O'Fallon, MO. We are in a society that loves the sensational. Where are folks when we have monthly City Council meetings? Where are folks when we have the various Board and Commission meetings? Oftentimes you will find citizens who show up simply for the issue that directly impacts them & then they leave - great examples for our Boy Scouts & other youth who attend these meetings! If one were to walk in the shoes of any of the top five you state in your article, one would surely determine after a week that they wouldn't put in the hours for the pay received! These are dedicated employees of the City of O'Fallon and if their performance appraisal warrants a change, I am certain that either the Administrator or the City Council will mandate a change. In the future please consider contrast and comparison studies in place of sensationalism for selling papers and or advertising rates!
Jim Frain January 03, 2013 at 04:51 PM
A review of the salaries paid to the City of O'Fallon Officials and Employees clearly shows us that they are compensated well for their efforts. It is important that we hold all of city our employees to a very high standard of performance with the expectation that their salary, benefits and pension opportunities will be matched by exceptional results. The best way to find out the success of city employees and city departments is to become active in your city by attending city council meetings, commission meetings, and getting to know the employees of the city via email, phone calls and personal visits who are entrusted with the responsibility of continuing to make O'Fallon one of the best and safest cities in the country in which to live. Get to know the councilmen in your ward....ask questions. Good Government Depends on Residents Becoming Active!


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