As I looked over the 16 page Excel Spreadsheet (dated 6/28/12), I was able to break it down into categories. Obviously the higher the position you were in when you left and your years of service have a lot to do with your pay.
On the low end, a good percentage of employees are pulling in around $3-$12,000 a year.
The next jump is at around $30,000 a year, and from there it jumps to about $42,000 a year.
Then we go into what I call the ‘High Roller Club’ (which I will list individually). I am going to leave out the names of the employees, I really don’t think it is pertinent to the story. The most important part is how much taxpayers are doling out to people who no longer WORK for us.
I noticed that Police and Fire seem to be pulling the lion’s share of the retirement packages. Also, throughout the spreadsheet beneficiaries are listed. It often baffles me when the city seems to have money for golden retirement plans and hot tubs for monkeys but no money for snow gates or trimming THEIR trees.