City of 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 (2015).
PENSIONS of Fullerton's 689 retired city employees (2015).
THE AVERAGE annual pension and benefit package for full-career retired city employees in 2015 was $86,986.55.
FULLERTON'S RETIRED city employees received pensions and benefits in 2015 totaling $33,302,282.82.
SEARCH FOR FULLERTON EMPLOYEES' salaries or pensions by name.
Fullerton Elementary School District’s pay and pensions
PAY AND BENEFITS for the school district's 2,174 teachers, administrators and other employees (2015).
- The split roll property tax proposal is really a pension tax
- Tonight’s budget study session will be in the Council Chamber
- Mayor’s mini ‘State of the City’ presentation is this Thursday
- In transportation tax rush, did Sacramento break the law?
- City managers concerned pensions will cause more municipal bankruptcies
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Category Archives: Taxes
By Susan Shelley, Orange County Register | Did lawmakers break the law when they passed Senate Bill 1, the transportation tax increase? There’s a quaint provision in the California Constitution that reads, “A person who seeks to influence the vote … Continue reading
By Jim Miller, Sacramento Bee | Tax deadline day is Tuesday and the following weeks and months again will make clear that, when it comes income taxes, certain parts of California generate an outsized amount of revenue. Taxpayers in Los … Continue reading
By Jon Coupal | If Gov. Brown and members of the California Legislature think that the backlash against the car and gas tax increases will subside any time soon, they are mistaken. The controversy continues to dominate both traditional and … Continue reading
Millions of Californians will file tax returns this Tax Day and many wonder whether the billions they send to their government actually goes to good use. Today, the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association released the annual Follow the Money report documenting … Continue reading
It didn’t take long for the public employee unions’ investments in the campaigns of Assembly Member Sharon Quirk Silva and state Senator Josh Newman to pay off bigtime. Both voted in lockstep with their fellow Democrats last night to pass … Continue reading
By Steven Greenhut| Gov. Jerry Brown and Democratic legislators have caused a stir with their plan to increase taxes to pay for the state’s unquestionably decrepit infrastructure of roads and bridges. Instead of thinking of this as a new transportation … Continue reading
Today the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association is launching a statewide radio campaign urging Californians to tell their representatives “heck no” to the proposed $5 billion a year gas and car tax increase. The ad reminds listeners that much of the … Continue reading
By Jon Coupal | It’s easy to spend money when it’s not your own. That’s the case with the proposed massive tax hikes on California drivers announced Wednesday by Gov. Jerry Brown. The $5.2 billion in taxes imposed annually are … Continue reading
Governor Jerry Brown has proposed raising $52 billion to fix roads through an increase in gas taxes along with higher car registration fees and a $100 charge on emission-free vehicles. Here’s the news report that was broadcast last night on … Continue reading
Editorial, The Orange County Register | Some like to claim that Proposition 13 has decimated local government revenue and made California a low property tax state, but this is hardly the case. While Proposition 13 has succeeded in preventing property … Continue reading