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Oling, Lane -GOV
From:
Sent:
To:
Subject:
Hurlburt, Waylon -GOVFriday, March
04,
2011 2:41
PM
Murray,
Ryan
M -GOV
RE:
Info
'
(
Attachments:
2011
03
04 -Various Items
for
Ryan.doc; QA2011City
of
Madison.pdf; 2011MadisonBudget Summary.pdf; Bureau
of
Labor Comparison
of
Public Private.pdf
I printed
out
the information you requested
and
put
it on your chair.Here it
is
attached
as
well with the sources.
The
WI
State Journal article on the bus drivers
actually
say
that
collective
bargaining
is
why
they
can
get away
with it.
Way/on
Hurlburt
Senior Policy Advisor
The
Office
of
Governor
Scott WalkerState
of
Wiscontin
From:
Murray, Ryan M -
GOV
Sent:
Friday, March 04, 2011
8:52AM
To:
Hurlburt, Waylon -
GOV;
Brickman, Michael -
GOV
Cc:
Liedl, Kimberly -
GOV
Subject:
FW:
Info
Waylon and Michael-The governor requested the information below for Monday.
I
would like to
be
able to give it to him
by
COB today
if
at allpossible
(I
know
you've
already looked up some
of
this).
I
need everything thoroughly sourced.Michael -
I
would also like the same information for the Madison School District, since they walked-off for many more daysthan MPS did.Here is some info I need to collect before Monday:Michael
-Cost
of
total compensation package for
aMPS
teacher.
Michael-
Cost
of
health care plan for a MPS teacher.Michael
-Cost
of
premium paid by a MPS teacher.
1
 
Michael
-Amount
MPS asked each teacher to pay last year when they were attempting to avoid mass layoffs.
Michael-
Name
of
Outstanding New Teacher
of
the Year that received layoff notice last year when they refused
to
makehealth care contribution.Michael -Confirmation that federal aid prevented those layoffs -at the last moment.Waylon -Similarly, I would like total compensation, health care plan costs and premium contribution for City
of
Madisonemployees.Waylon
-What
is the average compensation for a WI citizen? Total cost
of
health plan? Total premium contribution?
2
 
City
of
Madison:
Total compensation:
According to the 2009 City
of
Madison database last updated on I 0/10/2010, the city has520 employees who make over $75,000, 86 who make over $100,000, and 22 who make over$125,000 annually
in
total pay.• According
to
a February 17, 2011 Wisconsin State Journal article, Madison has 3,530employees.
"In the last ten years, the amount the city
of
Madison
has
spent to
pay
itsemployees has risen
from
$121 million to $175 million.
Adjusted
or
inflation, that's a 15percent increase.
"
By
dividing $175 million
by
3,530 city employees, the average base salary is $49,575
per
Madison employey.
Health Care Plan Costs
and
Employee Contributions:
In
the 2011 City
of
Madison operating budget, $33,457,155 was budgeted for healthinsurance.
Of
that, $95,380 was total contributions estimated
to be
paid
by
the employee. Thatis .29 percent
of
total health insurance costs paid
by
the city.The Group Health Insurance Plan for Participating Local Govermnent Employees
(of
whichthe City
of
Madison participates) premium cost is $545.80 for single and $1,360.70 for familycoverage under the GHC South Central plan. The annual cost for this plan
is
$6,549.60 forsingle coverage and $16,328.40 for family.The city pays for 105 percent
of
the lowest cost
plan
which would be $514.50 single and$1,282.40 family.
An
excerpt
from
the City
of
Madison's
Q&A Guide Regarding the 2011
Budget
Repair Bill:
Cunentlythe City of:tvfadison participates in the Group Health
hJSmance
Plan for Pmticipati:ng LocalGovemment Employees and
A.:nnuitants,
administered
t1u·ough
the State Department
of
EmployeeTmst Funds. The City has contributed
to
employee's health iusmance premhnn
upto
105%
of
thelowest-cost plan. Cetiain employee groups have paid a share
of
t!J.is
prenlium,
up to
$25 per monthfor a family
plm1,
while other groups. have not made any contr-ibution to the premium beyond anyamount in excess
of
the 105% City contribution amount.
An
excerpt
from
the City
of
Madison's 2011 Operating Budget Summary:
The
~ted
employer
heath
insurance-
cost
includesdeduction
of
a
mortfh{y
premium
con:iribution
of
$20
per
family
and
S-1
0
per
single
plan
f9F
the
members
Cit'
Com~nsation
Groups
21
(Agency
Managers.~
18
{Pro..~ssional
and
Supervtsory),
44
(TrallS-i't
Professional
and
Superv!so:ty),
19
{Eiectl'?d
and
Appointed
Off~ia!'s),
and
i4
(Association
a-f
Madison
Fire
~rvisors).
Contributbns
_of
$25
and
S
15
are
included forCompensa1fonGroup
12
(Assooiation
of
Madison
Pol:ice
SuperViSors).
Total
aontributiOM
a.re
estimated
at
$@4,380
per
year.

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