Fullerton’s pay and pension data
Here's some data for you to study in the aftermath of very generous pay increases recently granted to Fullerton's city employees by the City Council:
SALARIES of Fullerton's 931 city employees (2014).
PENSIONS of Fullerton's 680 retired city employees (2014).
THE AVERAGE annual pension and benefit package for full-career retirees is $85,773.
THE CITY'S TOTAL LIABILITY for pensions and benefits is $32,336,531.
SEARCH FOR FULLERTON EMPLOYEES' salaries or pensions by name.
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During tonight’s city council meeting, Friends for Fullerton’s Future blogger Tony Bushala announced a recall campaign against three council members — Dick Jones, Pat McKinley and Don Bankhead. To see the brief video, click here.
The Fullerton City Council meets tonight at 6:30 pm. Read the agenda here. If you’d like to watch the meeting live, it will be broadcast on Time Warner Cable Channel 3, or you can watch online here.