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City of Palo Alto CY 2011

Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date
12/30/11
9/11/11
9/13/11
9/16/11
12/30/11
10/20/11
3/30/11
11/28/11
10/19/11
7/1/11

10/19/11
12/27/11

9/7/11

3/30/11

10/19/11

Hire
Date
9/2/80
7/6/81
10/17/11
9/24/11
2/2/87
4/6/98
1/11/88
9/2/08
4/18/11
10/10/83
9/20/82
5/2/05
7/6/11
2/26/82
8/19/85
4/12/10
10/23/86
10/16/06
1/6/97
3/5/90
12/12/83
9/10/84
8/16/85
8/10/92
9/4/85
10/21/94
1/16/90
10/23/86
9/28/90
1/4/99
2/4/02
9/16/02
6/4/90
1/7/91
12/3/73
1/12/98
4/5/99
6/19/06
9/29/88
1/24/11
2/21/06
3/9/97
10/9/07
5/2/11
9/4/85
2/17/86
3/13/00
10/3/03
4/6/98
10/23/86
9/21/92
9/28/90
7/30/90
9/11/06
1/16/96
12/11/95
4/4/94
10/21/08
5/31/94
9/28/90
10/8/01
10/8/01
3/20/00
9/28/90
9/20/82
1/2/07

Last
Name
Denson
Amdur
Keith
Wong
Venable
Parks
Newland
Keene
Minto
Verga
Morris
Stoddard
Brown
Burns
Perez
Antil
Dean
Fong
Moore
Shah
Betts
Holmdahl
Honiker
Jackson
Nelson
Davis
Beacom
French Jr
Green
Kratt
Emslie
Sartor
Watson
Kolling
Shinseki
Perron
MacDonald
Williams
Tannock
Braulik
Hernandez
Donovan
Hayes
Bloom
Conn
Ratchye
Benitez
Goglio
Vonappen
Broussard
Saccio
Aguilar
Flohr
Silver
Bonilla
Marshall
Blanch
Batchelor
Simpkinson
Mack
Aguilar
Yarbrough
De Geus
Sartor
Marchisio
Perlin

First
Name
Kenneth
Jason
Douglas
Scott
Mark
John
Thomas
James
Mary
Michael
Patrick
Ryan
Sandra
Dennis
Everardo
Pamela
John
Valerie
Adrienne
Mark
Gregory
Neil
Michael
Curtiss
David
Bobby
Robert
Carter
Kenneth
Ken
Stephen
James
Ron
Grant
Chris
Zachary
Sean
Curtis
Duane
Rob
Gregory
Sheila
Erik
Roger
Robert
Jane
Wayne
Matthew
Mark
Niles
Joseph
Edward
David
Cara
Robert
Tomm
Sandra
Dean
Gordon
David
Jesse
Shane
Robert
Richard
Barry
Larry

Job Title
Police Lieut-Adv
Fire Cap Haz Mat EMT
Management Spec
Management Spec
Police Captain-Adv
Fire Inspector EMT
Fire Inspector EMT
City Manager
Management Spec
Fire Cap Haz Mat EMT
Fire Captain EMT
Fire Captain EMT
Management Spec
Police Chief-Adv
Dir Adm Svcs / Chief Fina
Asst City Mgr / Chief Ope
Fire Captain EMT
Dir Utilities
Police Agent/Adv
Fire Cap Haz Mat EMT
Dir Comm Svcs
Fire Captain EMT
Police Sgt/Adv
Police Sgt/Adv
Fire Captain EMT
Fire Captain EMT
Police Captain-Adv
Fire Captain EMT
Fire Captain EMT
Police Sgt/Adv
Deputy City Mgr Spec Proj
Asst Dir Public Wrks
Police Lieut-Adv
Sr Asst City Atty
Fire Fighter EMT
Police Lieut-Adv
Fire Captain EMT
Dir Plan/Comm Envir
Police Sgt/Adv
Asst Director Adm Svcs
Opr Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Opr Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Management Spec
Fire Captain EMT
Asst Dir Ut/Res Mgmt
Police Sgt/Adv
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Fire Captain EMT
Battalion Chief - Shift/E
Asst Director Adm Svcs
Fire Fghtr Hz Mt EMT
Police Sgt/Adv
Sr Asst City Atty
Police Lieut-Adv
Assistant Director Utilit
Assistant Director Human
Assistant Director Utilit
Deputy Chief/Fire Marshal
Fire Captain EMT
Opr Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Fire Captain EMT
Division Manager, Recreat
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Fire Captain EMT
Chief Bld Official

Department
Police
Fire
Police
Police
Police
Fire
Fire
City Manager
Library Services Department
Fire
Fire
Fire
Police
Police
Administrative Services
City Manager
Fire
Utilities
Police
Fire
Community Services
Fire
Police
Police
Fire
Fire
Police
Fire
Fire
Police
City Manager
Public Works
Police
City Attorney
Fire
Police
Fire
Planning & Community Environmt
Police
City Manager
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Utilities
Police
Fire
Fire
Fire
Administrative Services
Fire
Police
City Attorney
Police
Utilities
Human Resources
Utilities
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Community Services
Fire
Fire
Planning & Community Environmt

Regular
Salary
195,169.21
94,082.26
147,849.09
153,819.57
210,279.70
124,876.80
107,157.44
230,380.80
81,010.24
120,620.32
103,233.91
114,796.64
163,193.70
198,993.60
194,043.20
195,681.60
121,662.01
207,084.80
115,142.50
120,374.09
174,220.80
102,182.08
149,597.67
132,573.13
119,085.12
118,901.30
177,342.30
119,433.72
120,252.96
131,616.34
173,908.80
168,854.40
163,082.78
163,134.43
74,219.49
144,703.48
117,713.04
165,630.40
134,320.53
160,817.04
112,515.20
100,338.56
105,699.95
138,287.96
125,061.12
161,616.00
129,208.12
100,338.56
108,941.70
149,269.12
151,614.98
98,779.49
128,960.91
157,518.40
142,364.49
161,616.00
160,257.04
161,312.00
151,555.88
119,085.12
112,515.20
116,917.16
153,047.74
96,539.52
119,085.12
149,284.64

Overtime
0
65,365.71
0
0
0
137,469.88
88,650.13
0
0
71,164.77
61,474.16
104,193.53
0
0.00
0
0
80,499.50
0
78,042.02
75,087.12
0
66,278.24
6,361.91
19,294.93
66,563.36
66,136.46
0
63,525.31
63,848.14
27,832.71
0
0
0
0
29,048.28
15,564.60
47,439.69
0
7,791.70
892.5
53,335.25
62,400.10
52,687.95
0
39,678.67
0
2,662.00
64,751.09
55,836.49
0
0
64,380.31
22,375.04
0
1,008.43
0
0
0
2,307.70
37,973.31
43,325.69
38,238.96
0
27,510.40
36,510.40
0

Cash Out
212,738.89
163,286.49
163,211.11
142,485.62
86,730.50
13,176.00
54,020.81
9,230.40
164,081.66
49,794.74
76,146.96
5,988.82
60,001.41
21,634.00
20,158.00
7,973.23
11,419.31
1,104.78
8,132.40
8,618.85
17,167.46
34,036.24
33,447.38
37,806.83
7,113.74
6,942.57
14,421.37
7,113.74
5,672.66
15,467.56
6,409.14
10,779.40
17,120.00
16,434.92
74,826.47
7,820.23
11,918.97
7,270.40
26,005.11
5,128.86
6,776.46
10,344.12
6,456.41
33,553.09
6,920.20
10,036.00
31,997.39
6,151.32
6,456.69
17,314.58
15,147.98
6,052.52
6,900.02
10,058.40
16,892.18
3,666.07
5,011.61
3,375.07
10,789.95
7,113.74
6,776.46
7,113.74
9,730.40
38,720.95
6,920.20
1,301.10

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Other
0
0
0
805.8
0
0
0
7,199.92
0
0
0
0
0
0.00
3,900.00
13,263.23
0
3,900.00
7,980.91
0
11,903.37
0
8,735.04
7,972.41
0
0
0
0
0
13,278.79
3,990.00
3,900.00
0
0
0
9,944.02
500
3,900.00
7,717.32
8,316.34
500
0
7,697.57
0
0
0
7,717.32
0
0
3,913.92
3,614.79
0
10,450.16
0
7,105.20
0
0
0
0
0
500
805.8
0
0
0
11,763.29

Total
Wage
407,908.10
322,734.46
311,060.20
297,110.99
297,010.20
275,522.68
249,828.38
246,811.12
245,091.90
241,579.83
240,855.03
224,978.99
223,195.11
220,627.60
218,101.20
216,918.06
213,580.82
212,089.58
209,297.83
204,080.06
203,291.63
202,496.56
198,142.00
197,647.30
192,762.22
191,980.33
191,763.67
190,072.77
189,773.76
188,195.40
184,307.94
183,533.80
180,202.78
179,569.35
178,094.24
178,032.33
177,571.70
176,800.80
175,834.66
175,154.74
173,126.91
173,082.78
172,541.88
171,841.05
171,659.99
171,652.00
171,584.83
171,240.97
171,234.88
170,497.62
170,377.75
169,212.32
168,686.13
167,576.80
167,370.30
165,282.07
165,268.65
164,687.07
164,653.53
164,172.17
163,117.35
163,075.66
162,778.14
162,770.87
162,515.72
162,349.03

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
17,815.94
28,018.93
17,641.40
13,364.52
23,772.28
20,032.06
6,147.85
17,345.10
5,933.73
19,217.83
6,147.85
8,901.15
15,528.43
17,596.84
22,896.44
33.02
20,032.06
22,896.44
9,025.83
17,365.32
1,729.78
11,448.15
17,696.70
17,596.84
23,230.17
20,032.06
7,269.25
17,365.32
23,230.17
17,596.84
19,528.78
17,345.10
17,596.84
19,528.78
6,583.60
17,744.85
17,365.32
14,754.77
17,596.84
853.76
8,901.15
7,171.97
965.12
5,860.41
20,032.06
22,896.44
17,596.84
25,638.32
17,365.32
22,272.17
9,537.41
13,354.19
23,554.41
22,814.13
20,217.74
19,528.78
22,896.44
22,896.44
23,055.39
23,230.17
17,365.32
8,435.79
22,896.44
14,882.32
17,365.32
2,596.36

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
51,134.33
25,581.58
55,026.42
34,047.88
29,848.46
42,159.69
32,694.26
27,789.69
7,924.47
52,136.32
35,509.91
35,809.73
32,785.27
37,896.52
33,766.77
12,430.47
31,882.41
27,654.69
43,114.84
38,752.92
32,599.80
29,411.15
46,463.68
32,503.00
31,915.62
39,908.72
31,825.31
30,900.36
42,727.69
29,853.60
19,587.93
41,587.99
30,565.22
30,310.36
38,641.64
29,429.52
30,521.72
27,208.40
23,598.19
33,044.76
29,575.73
37,820.66
27,563.13
23,755.38
41,902.32
27,745.54
25,651.97
37,985.83
28,825.87
40,182.62
29,575.73
29,327.04
29,520.10
40,312.26
32,409.57
30,928.45
29,310.60
27,984.81
26,096.90
33,078.19
27,261.44

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
0.00
(18.60)
(4,334.49)
29.76
25.11
442.10
(20.46)
13,822.80
(4,511.93)
318.00
(20.46)
475.70
(7,223.77)
17,933.50
11,666.72
11,765.06
420.08
12,449.32
10,959.83
420.08
10,477.48
(20.46)
102.87
12,693.34
424.36
420.08
15,985.07
423.66
420.08
12,589.16
10,458.76
10,155.34
14,701.63
9,812.14
(17.67)
13,458.09
423.26
9,961.90
12,686.75
9,227.69
395.72
350.27
393.95
(11,086.52)
502.92
9,721.14
12,402.14
353.22
422.84
14,453.96
9,121.12
345.66
12,182.88
9,475.18
13,242.87
9,721.14
9,639.55
9,702.90
9,105.32
420.08
405.71
420.08
9,199.36
(20.46)
480.35
8,962.46

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
24,971.21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
845.08
2,609.95
748.59
944.92
5,164.79
4,266.59
3,860.01
4,854.55
865.04
258.5
230.66
3,484.47
3,731.77
843.96
879.32
4,030.16
3,359.59
3,980.26
3,306.14
3,127.65
834.86
227.26
357.48
3,178.33
264.82
3,038.64
3,624.20
3,019.33
3,013.55
3,043.76
3,501.80
3,485.18
3,419.76
3,408.15
155.8
2,868.45
2,787.12
3,367.61
2,862.72
3,265.14
2,761.08
2,732.55
2,735.27
2,754.82
264.82
806
2,802.30
2,701.79
2,713.37
2,735.38
3,264.90
2,675.48
2,734.53
3,220.30
2,734.20
3,198.66
3,162.11
3,187.34
2,706.33
2,642.43
2,614.29
2,620.70
3,078.77
2,493.81
264.82
3,135.16

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date
11/29/11

3/29/11

3/30/11

9/9/11

Hire
Date
9/25/00
9/23/02
4/10/08
9/28/90
9/28/98
10/29/97
3/5/90
1/24/94
9/7/82
7/12/99
12/11/00
1/7/02
1/4/99
6/11/90
4/10/08
8/10/92
9/16/96
5/31/11
3/6/89
10/29/97
10/29/97
3/3/97
5/2/05
6/24/02
1/14/02
8/26/91
10/17/08
8/28/00
12/6/93
9/11/06
9/28/90
5/9/07
4/6/98
4/26/11
10/4/99
4/10/08
3/7/05
4/14/97
9/10/85
10/4/93
1/5/98
1/3/05
12/6/93
6/1/87
9/9/04
1/2/02
7/12/93
7/5/00
4/18/11
10/4/99
7/5/00
6/23/09
10/17/08
10/13/09
2/16/99
10/17/08
1/24/94
3/15/00
10/29/97
9/28/90
9/10/84
3/20/89
9/2/08
1/21/97
5/9/07
1/17/95

Last
Name
Afong
Ottolini
Pombo
Blakeley-Willia
Ramberg
Cook
Lopes
Bullerjahn
Kabat
Savage
Woodfin
Kan
Wagner
Aguilar
Magnus
Lum
Espeland
Yancey
Bobel
Blackshire
Dale
Crump
Park
Lee
Jenkins
Afanasiev
Alaniz
Arana
Williams
Lee
Woodard
Craine
Baird
Caporgno
Ferry
Wallace
Larkin
Cullen
Scoby
Maloney
Allen
Nielepko
Oslar
Ghaffari
Philip
Paneda
Auzenne
Becchetti
Stump
Salazar
Madrigal
Fino
Estrada
Ciralsky
Grider
Moore
Bready
Bujtor
Albright
McDonell
Rosinski
Mccaleb
Monroe
Souza
Lindsey
Priess

First
Name
Joseph
Joseph
Chris
Anthony
David
Thomas
Shane
Richard
Tom
Scott
Scott
Michael
April
Aaron
Maxwell
Patricia
Michael
Howard
Philip
Geoffrey
William
William
Norman
Craig
Jason
Alexander
John
Marcus
Mark
Chong In
William
Robert
Christine
Julie
Charles
Sarah
Donald
Charles
Gregory
Cornelius
James
Maximilian
Cameron
Javad
Brian
Jesus
Tommey
Benjamin
Molly
Jorge
Salvador
Daniel
Marco
Philip
Donna
Christopher
Jean
James
Richard
Toby
John
Myrna
Jared
Heather
Stephen
Sascha

Job Title
Hazmat Inspector
Fire Fighter EMT
F Fgh Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Fire Captain EMT
Asst Director Adm Svcs
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Fire Fighter EMT
Police Sgt/Adv
Sr Resource Planner
Police Sgt/Adv
F Fgh Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Police Officer-Inter
Police Lieut-Adv
Fire Captain EMT
Fire Fighter EMT
Police Sgt/Adv
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Management Spec
Watershed Protection Mana
Battalion Chief - Shift/E
Fire Captain EMT
Fire Captain EMT
F Fgh Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Police Agent/Adv
Police Agent/Adv
Police Sgt/Adv
Police Officer-Inter
Fire Fighter EMT
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Police Officer-Inter
Battalion Chief - Shift/E
Fire Fghtr Hz Mt EMT
Fire Ap Op Hz Mt EMT
Management Spec
Opr Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Asst City Atty
Deputy Director Technical
Engr Mgr - WGW
Police Sgt/Adv
Mgr Wqc Plant
Police Agent/Adv
Fire Fighter EMT
Mgr Util Oprns Wgw
Police Sgt/Adv
Police Agent/Adv
Assistant Director Utl Cu
Police Sgt/Adv
City Attorney
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Police Agent/Adv
Police Officer-Inter
Police Officer-Inter
Project Engineer
City Clerk
Police Officer-Inter
Police Agent/Adv
Senior Electrical Enginee
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Fire Captain EMT
Fire Ap Op Hz Mt EMT
Sr. Business Analyst
Police Officer-Inter
Police Agent/Adv
Opr Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Police Agent/Adv

Department
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Administrative Services
Fire
Fire
Police
Utilities
Police
Fire
Police
Police
Fire
Fire
Police
Fire
Public Works
Public Works
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Police
Police
Police
Police
Fire
Fire
Police
Fire
Fire
Fire
Planning & Community Environmt
Fire
Fire
City Attorney
Police
Utilities
Police
Public Works
Police
Fire
Utilities
Police
Police
Utilities
Police
City Attorney
Fire
Police
Police
Police
Public Works
City Clerk
Police
Police
Utilities
Fire
Fire
Fire
Administrative Services
Police
Police
Fire
Police

Regular
Salary
119,354.40
98,581.57
100,881.12
118,972.60
151,507.20
104,435.16
95,397.12
125,842.79
138,760.14
132,044.74
108,256.32
105,913.60
132,062.08
119,085.13
100,953.36
129,381.48
112,510.72
80,661.48
148,583.76
150,046.24
119,085.76
119,085.12
95,128.08
116,016.49
115,105.39
127,462.42
107,389.24
108,137.41
113,600.77
111,912.15
139,684.64
107,332.50
105,217.28
111,223.28
112,515.20
102,035.20
145,387.48
133,899.20
137,924.80
128,627.20
146,142.58
121,832.81
110,973.89
132,635.20
132,882.56
116,533.12
146,140.80
122,126.46
140,652.72
113,873.28
122,992.63
106,248.95
114,245.38
105,227.24
128,294.40
106,563.80
121,102.61
130,167.74
103,503.06
117,609.52
79,283.20
121,763.20
106,733.27
117,915.88
106,353.88
114,644.74

Overtime
9,917.68
58,258.72
54,094.10
30,140.34
0
41,046.57
59,119.29
16,606.74
0
11,357.35
45,610.13
202.74
15,703.64
32,456.41
50,498.66
11,945.05
38,456.14
0
0
0
33,175.89
29,466.11
55,191.28
29,945.83
15,909.03
10,267.37
17,443.34
39,538.89
33,094.50
24,802.37
3,344.64
39,093.22
39,117.50
0
32,016.48
42,426.48
0
0
0
10,827.48
0
17,459.58
32,476.34
0
2,547.44
16,747.68
0
8,074.98
0
24,428.40
5,858.40
10,965.45
15,221.09
25,905.22
0
5,678.87
3,797.36
0
33,115.69
17,749.52
25,101.18
0
22,510.16
5,225.22
26,969.91
9,735.29

Cash Out
29,136.97
4,803.84
6,133.61
12,090.14
9,541.93
5,988.00
5,897.63
10,103.84
20,678.77
8,183.74
5,233.23
45,886.43
4,560.88
6,920.20
6,133.61
6,287.70
6,593.55
77,064.87
9,139.80
7,441.09
5,156.48
6,906.39
5,818.04
6,391.46
7,397.60
8,654.56
23,541.17
6,232.50
6,776.23
15,709.08
10,116.84
6,369.29
6,401.78
41,037.30
6,594.30
6,268.39
5,150.38
16,449.60
12,109.60
2,654.20
3,579.00
6,365.24
6,232.50
15,514.60
8,855.17
7,602.43
1,112.83
9,423.75
2,940.12
6,776.23
9,324.45
8,763.88
8,106.88
13,526.75
12,302.15
31,767.46
11,298.44
12,638.80
6,151.32
7,113.74
37,079.41
19,220.40
11,616.25
7,606.60
6,456.41
7,388.25

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Other
3,462.19
0
500
0
0
9,363.23
0
7,235.52
0
7,717.32
0
7,047.64
6,530.04
0
500
10,450.01
500
0
0
0
0
913.92
0
3,683.05
16,448.88
7,792.52
5,609.08
0
0
919.62
0
0
1,719.72
0
500
500
0
0
0
7,717.32
0
4,045.34
0
0
3,811.08
6,880.08
0
7,143.12
2,700.00
489.89
7,287.84
19,476.03
7,799.62
0
3,900.00
0
7,207.20
0
0
0
0
0
0
9,583.57
500
8,410.45

Total
Wage
161,871.24
161,644.13
161,608.83
161,203.08
161,049.13
160,832.96
160,414.04
159,788.89
159,438.91
159,303.15
159,099.68
159,050.41
158,856.64
158,461.74
158,085.63
158,064.24
158,060.41
157,726.35
157,723.56
157,487.33
157,418.13
156,371.54
156,137.40
156,036.83
154,860.90
154,176.87
153,982.83
153,908.80
153,471.50
153,343.22
153,146.12
152,795.01
152,456.28
152,260.58
151,625.98
151,230.07
150,537.86
150,348.80
150,034.40
149,826.20
149,721.58
149,702.97
149,682.73
148,149.80
148,096.25
147,763.31
147,253.63
146,768.31
146,292.84
145,567.80
145,463.32
145,454.31
145,372.97
144,659.21
144,496.55
144,010.13
143,405.61
142,806.54
142,770.07
142,472.78
141,463.79
140,983.60
140,859.68
140,331.27
140,280.20
140,178.73

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
15,255.00
20,032.06
21,556.92
23,230.17
2,596.36
2,596.36
17,365.32
7,776.17
22,896.44
17,086.79
17,365.32
20,305.18
17,596.84
16,795.66
7,171.97
23,554.41
23,230.17
5,933.73
19,493.92
20,305.18
20,032.06
18,468.59
7,671.13
23,554.41
2,596.36
17,596.84
23,554.41
17,365.32
23,540.46
23,554.41
17,596.84
17,365.32
20,032.06
2,551.40
17,365.32
13,321.17
17,345.10
17,596.84
22,896.44
17,596.84
22,896.44
23,554.41
17,365.32
22,896.44
17,596.84
17,596.84
14,754.77
17,596.84
12,933.43
5,324.45
20,305.18
2,596.36
23,554.41
15,053.64
7,616.38
20,292.51
9,025.83
19,889.84
17,365.32
17,365.32
14,826.63
18,211.68
7,269.25
20,305.18
17,365.32
17,596.84

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
32,782.40
20,887.45
23,769.73
31,176.34
27,725.82
27,753.81
25,857.17
36,117.58
25,393.11
38,563.85
28,430.52
30,184.45
36,473.16
32,972.89
23,595.30
37,945.30
31,044.20
27,190.83
39,312.11
32,090.05
32,230.25
17,500.15
32,773.84
33,690.22
37,340.19
30,156.64
28,546.08
30,445.90
31,445.75
38,394.81
23,722.33
28,609.91
31,231.33
27,139.75
26,605.91
24,503.55
25,240.24
36,046.31
26,744.09
34,261.77
24,378.87
24,272.24
37,744.35
34,084.70
26,743.77
35,430.44
25,739.45
30,685.00
36,015.16
31,247.53
33,003.57
19,361.81
23,477.88
29,186.10
35,015.23
23,820.70
22,846.34
31,499.01
19,313.59
22,282.67
29,532.02
35,135.79
27,770.96
33,683.19

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
298.76
308.94
350.27
420.08
9,114.56
367.62
331.77
11,835.79
8,349.84
12,627.51
433.38
10,175.78
12,008.90
468.89
359.44
12,169.02
441.72
(4,992.63)
8,939.27
13,564.23
398.46
420.08
327.24
11,001.59
11,008.68
12,200.43
10,165.68
423.54
395.60
10,802.07
12,856.84
430.16
377.90
(6,112.49)
444.72
444.62
8,747.50
8,058.08
8,299.72
11,762.69
8,792.78
11,480.05
411.66
7,982.30
12,707.03
11,140.51
8,792.68
11,603.78
7,049.38
405.91
11,797.96
10,109.24
10,937.44
2,392.21
7,721.74
10,127.30
11,451.34
7,834.21
411.21
422.65
(17.67)
7,329.92
10,219.45
11,282.59
389.94
10,890.97

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10,384.56
0
0
0
0
0
7,199.92
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
2,595.75
2,512.71
2,563.17
2,529.45
3,045.49
2,556.78
2,533.93
2,604.19
741.78
2,596.87
2,514.41
2,542.31
2,618.98
2,560.97
2,514.74
2,592.02
2,513.58
814.13
3,046.84
2,689.49
2,544.51
2,530.40
2,461.92
2,515.08
2,342.32
2,545.58
2,481.04
2,443.41
2,445.27
2,481.47
2,535.56
2,448.90
2,442.19
2,422.77
2,447.88
2,417.98
2,946.09
2,927.36
752.7
2,490.00
2,933.23
2,451.63
1,946.48
2,891.04
2,457.59
2,389.54
2,889.57
2,399.37
2,845.64
2,333.91
2,406.02
2,360.02
2,382.05
2,447.12
2,933.02
2,342.02
2,355.35
2,792.84
2,291.51
2,283.04
691.19
2,754.55
2,292.06
2,315.75
2,267.38
2,302.31

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

11/21/11

Hire
Date
9/28/90
12/1/08
7/5/05
8/29/02
4/22/02
10/2/00
7/10/03
11/28/05
12/18/06
7/9/01
12/6/93
10/2/00
4/10/08
2/8/93
7/5/05
5/14/07
9/28/90
1/4/10
8/16/10
5/24/99
4/13/98
12/6/93
6/20/88
3/4/05
12/4/00
11/28/05
6/24/02
6/15/87
10/26/98
7/16/10
10/23/86
7/12/99
9/29/88
1/5/98
5/2/05
3/7/05
3/17/08
9/25/06
10/29/07
1/26/04
7/11/88
4/10/08
11/29/99
1/12/98
1/3/06
7/3/07
1/12/87
7/28/09
8/21/00
2/21/06
4/19/93
10/21/94
10/14/97
2/14/00
11/26/07
4/5/99
9/2/08
10/2/00
4/23/84
2/23/98
10/3/03
10/2/00
7/5/06
8/28/00
12/27/08
6/9/97

Last
Name
Stewart
Leu
Reifschneider
Becker
Apple
Kamiyama
Burger
Ghilarducci
Temores, Jr.
Villaescusa
Boyd
Godoy
White
Antonio
Park
Ting
Cameron
Kono
Fehrenbach
Enerio
French
Single
Maan
Holler
Sunseri
Guy
Parham
Alvarado
Finch
Rodriguez
Berman
Lewis
Collet
Swaminathan
McNally
Tronquet
Chase
Pustelnik
Kinnear
Lloyd-Zannetti
Wu
Penko
Bolger
Kilpatrick
Bybee
Pojanamat
Williams
Sheets-Saucedo
Anderson
Zuniga
Roberts
Capriles
Schulz
Thompson
Procos
Krusing
Young
Kerezsi
Teresi Jr
Johnson
Matsumoto
Conners
Bulatao
Heller
Martinez
Yoffe-Sharp

First
Name
Charles
Jennifer
James
Anthony
Kara
Russell
Kelly
Cole
Manuel
Marianna
Kenneth
Hugo
Brent
Romel
Edward
Tom
Michael
Cynthia
Thomas
Anthony
Amy
Nichole
Raveen
Anjanette
Aaron
David
Luis
Frank
Thomas
Jaime
Steven
David
Kimberly
Shiva
Kevin
Melissa
Mark
Greg
Joyce
Debra
Edward
Joseph
Lisa
Brad
Daniel
Dan
David
Yvonne
Daren
Jesus
Glenn
Catherine
Gregory
James
Nicolas
Jennifer
Bradley
Brian
Joe
Paul
Jon
Sean
Eric
Eric
Nicolas
Bonnie

Job Title
Fire Captain EMT
Mgr, It
Police Agent/Adv
Police Agent/Adv
Police Sgt/Adv
Mgr Electric Oprns
Police Agent/Inter
Police Officer-Inter
Police Officer-Inter
Police Agent/Adv
Utilities Supervisor
Fire Fighter EMT
Fire Fighter EMT
Sr Project Engineer
Police Officer-Inter
Senior Electrical Enginee
Fire Captain EMT
Police Officer-Inter
Mgr Economic Development
Mgr Cust Svc & Meter Read
Mgr Planning
Fire Fighter EMT
Sr Resource Planner
Police Officer-Inter
Police Agent/Adv
Police Officer-Inter
Police Agent/Adv
Supv WGW
Senior Electrical Enginee
Chief Transp Off
F Fgh Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Police Officer-Inter
Police Agent/Adv
Sr Resource Planner
Fire Captain EMT
Sr. Deputy City Attorney
Public Safety Dispatcher
Mgr Pur & Cntr Admin
Mgr Util Mkt Svcs
Sr Resource Planner
Sr Project Engineer
Fire Fighter EMT
Mgr, It
Police Officer-Inter
Police Agent/Adv
Police Officer-Inter
Utilities Supervisor
Management Spec
Open Spc & Parks Div Mgr
F Fgh Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Dir Pw/City Engr
Fire Captain EMT
Utilities Supervisor
Senior Electrical Enginee
Sr Resource Planner
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Police Officer-Inter
Fire Fighter EMT
Sr Engineer
Hazmat Inspector
Fire Fighter EMT
F Fgh Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Police Officer-Inter
Opr Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Police Officer-Inter
Veterinarian

Department
Fire
Information Technology
Police
Police
Police
Utilities
Police
Police
Police
Police
Utilities
Fire
Fire
Utilities
Police
Utilities
Fire
Police
City Manager
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
Fire
Utilities
Police
Police
Police
Police
Utilities
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
Fire
Police
Police
Utilities
Fire
City Attorney
Police
Administrative Services
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Fire
Information Technology
Police
Police
Police
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
Community Services
Fire
Public Works
Fire
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Fire
Police
Fire
Public Works
Fire
Fire
Fire
Police
Fire
Police
Police

Regular
Salary
119,305.94
129,987.97
114,867.50
123,147.17
119,261.82
132,246.98
112,211.13
102,479.96
111,911.96
118,199.86
122,636.82
112,329.04
100,281.60
119,412.80
103,625.60
132,866.52
119,085.12
109,801.20
128,260.00
122,574.41
127,110.16
105,745.36
125,528.00
105,077.60
114,952.75
106,359.62
118,530.50
110,784.86
127,106.32
127,504.00
100,743.93
111,485.06
119,105.25
125,528.01
118,562.72
120,581.24
89,551.20
116,355.20
122,574.42
127,998.36
119,912.18
101,832.96
123,563.93
106,895.34
99,916.80
104,853.17
123,466.80
123,674.52
114,208.29
94,621.52
0
129,538.52
112,520.80
125,528.00
125,165.94
106,740.72
107,442.92
106,170.73
119,412.80
124,894.40
96,469.21
105,843.04
100,314.19
112,515.20
105,913.60
113,464.00

Overtime
13,519.56
0
8,413.11
3,225.76
3,128.42
0
14,158.31
20,952.36
18,462.88
5,577.92
340
19,093.23
30,661.08
0
18,662.11
0
3,468.82
16,617.79
0
0
0
23,137.46
0
17,233.39
4,644.89
1,896.83
3,674.83
7,979.18
0
0
20,557.83
2,726.39
298.38
0
7,813.07
0
39,987.58
0
0
0
0
24,208.19
0
10,439.28
17,317.20
21,050.14
340
7,222.50
0
26,650.74
0
86
3,146.88
0
0
17,259.09
14,355.84
7,211.96
0
593.71
26,560.28
10,995.04
19,278.95
9,216.75
11,561.01
0

Cash Out
7,113.74
9,682.26
7,837.91
9,303.89
7,729.81
6,874.12
9,154.50
7,275.62
8,265.75
9,513.18
14,778.99
6,232.50
6,133.61
8,588.29
11,757.06
4,000.00
7,113.74
7,116.52
7,870.64
13,295.60
8,461.28
6,403.28
9,348.26
9,105.60
6,894.73
22,264.73
8,702.85
15,284.95
6,724.50
6,250.58
12,437.74
12,876.99
7,049.60
7,983.84
7,113.74
12,881.19
3,696.00
7,515.54
3,411.68
5,085.36
12,640.44
6,263.68
8,714.40
8,370.50
11,777.92
5,752.99
7,742.66
0
16,645.65
5,818.04
0
1,000.00
14,878.90
4,828.00
4,995.78
6,151.32
7,910.27
6,403.28
9,959.58
3,557.38
5,818.04
10,801.28
7,700.90
6,776.46
5,248.13
14,910.00

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Other
0
0
8,404.45
3,527.94
9,031.06
0
3,360.24
8,077.77
0
5,083.32
300
0
500
9,363.23
3,109.08
0
7,197.57
3,171.63
130
0
0
0
0
3,153.96
7,965.92
3,909.43
3,432.00
0
0
0
0
6,528.60
7,095.00
0
0
0
0
9,363.23
7,197.57
0
300
500
0
6,355.44
2,913.75
30
0
0
0
3,601.26
130,655.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
9,863.23
0
0
0
1,100.00
1,366.92
0
5,677.72
0

Total
Wage
139,939.24
139,670.23
139,522.97
139,204.76
139,151.11
139,121.10
138,884.18
138,785.71
138,640.59
138,374.28
138,055.81
137,654.77
137,576.29
137,364.32
137,153.85
136,866.52
136,865.25
136,707.14
136,260.64
135,870.01
135,571.44
135,286.10
134,876.26
134,570.55
134,458.29
134,430.61
134,340.18
134,048.99
133,830.82
133,754.58
133,739.50
133,617.04
133,548.23
133,511.85
133,489.53
133,462.43
133,234.78
133,233.97
133,183.67
133,083.72
132,852.62
132,804.83
132,278.33
132,060.56
131,925.67
131,686.30
131,549.46
130,897.02
130,853.94
130,691.56
130,655.00
130,624.52
130,546.58
130,356.00
130,161.72
130,151.13
129,709.03
129,649.20
129,372.38
129,045.49
128,847.53
128,739.36
128,660.96
128,508.41
128,400.46
128,374.00

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
23,230.17
14,754.77
8,481.30
23,554.41
15,351.87
15,032.48
17,596.84
20,332.67
8,858.43
7,776.17
19,889.84
17,365.32
16,592.67
2,596.36
9,025.83
17,345.10
8,803.21
7,530.37
7,477.61
22,896.44
22,896.44
8,901.15
19,889.84
8,982.75
17,596.84
23,554.41
15,571.71
17,345.10
14,754.77
22,896.44
22,335.70
23,554.41
9,025.83
19,889.84
23,230.17
14,754.77
7,477.61
2,596.36
1,729.78
22,896.44
19,528.78
8,901.15
19,889.84
20,305.18
20,305.18
9,528.29
22,896.44
0
19,889.84
965.12
260.03
7,171.97
19,493.92
22,896.44
19,889.84
7,171.97
23,554.41
2,596.36
22,896.44
17,365.32
19,576.05
23,277.16
9,025.83
23,230.17
15,351.87
22,896.44

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
32,507.87
23,727.44
32,424.52
34,968.27
35,637.94
24,201.20
30,985.13
30,496.90
30,967.52
34,050.64
22,442.54
29,170.12
26,117.98
21,852.54
28,617.13
24,314.57
32,381.78
31,201.41
23,471.58
22,431.12
23,233.85
28,824.28
22,971.62
29,023.72
33,513.41
29,325.15
33,685.10
20,273.63
23,260.46
23,333.23
22,679.12
31,563.18
34,795.39
22,971.63
27,200.11
22,186.95
16,477.42
21,293.00
22,431.12
23,423.70
21,852.54
24,064.23
22,612.20
31,274.23
27,316.60
28,596.68
22,442.55
22,627.04
20,900.12
22,617.51
0.00
33,925.88
20,591.31
22,971.62
22,905.37
18,211.03
29,717.95
25,524.67
21,852.54
32,722.33
15,574.72
26,314.47
28,134.09
30,528.56
29,382.39
20,763.91

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
426.96
7,803.54
10,904.20
11,781.81
11,507.38
7,959.94
10,416.22
9,824.13
10,713.27
11,314.86
7,382.43
454.25
349.28
7,189.00
9,625.28
7,996.12
420.08
10,413.84
6,437.18
7,378.54
7,641.85
384.55
7,555.86
9,760.91
10,870.17
9,815.95
11,358.88
6,671.29
7,650.58
7,674.42
211.59
10,282.68
11,414.83
7,555.86
420.08
7,258.99
2,039.09
7,005.44
7,378.54
7,704.07
7,189.00
362.08
7,437.92
10,245.92
9,203.34
9,799.07
7,382.43
0.00
6,876.69
329.35
0.00
443.02
6,775.47
7,555.86
7,534.13
403.63
10,283.30
372.78
7,189.00
419.02
328.48
371.29
9,619.69
395.72
9,886.59
6,832.02

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
2,291.05
2,752.77
2,281.20
2,294.84
2,299.69
2,768.24
2,265.60
2,257.18
2,277.76
2,289.23
2,717.04
2,203.46
2,204.56
2,705.92
2,220.46
2,703.34
2,249.16
2,216.56
2,258.87
2,681.26
2,580.96
2,166.95
2,678.91
2,209.59
2,216.40
2,203.11
2,204.38
2,628.94
2,665.94
2,215.30
2,006.80
1,610.87
1,939.07
2,653.90
2,188.64
2,635.83
2,278.85
2,640.73
2,652.49
2,653.95
2,633.67
2,149.93
2,632.58
2,176.37
2,136.30
2,149.44
2,620.19
1,898.01
2,662.74
2,105.77
1,894.50
2,158.67
2,654.79
2,609.84
2,531.98
2,110.04
2,131.90
2,108.81
712.92
2,135.40
2,076.23
2,097.45
2,093.76
2,111.88
2,097.89
2,556.07

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date
10/21/11

3/30/11
10/1/11

Hire
Date
6/12/00
2/24/92
9/10/84
10/4/99
10/4/99
2/8/93
9/11/89
1/12/04
11/10/03
3/3/97
2/17/04
11/18/91
7/12/99
9/2/04
7/3/01
6/7/99
9/28/90
5/2/05
9/22/08
11/6/00
9/4/07
1/13/92
4/25/11
10/23/86
3/31/86
4/29/96
5/12/07
10/27/97
11/29/99
2/19/08
4/19/10
3/5/90
6/14/04
5/9/07
7/7/08
8/10/92
12/13/11
7/20/09
4/4/05
1/7/09
12/6/93
3/5/07
6/5/89
10/19/09
9/8/97
4/2/01
9/29/08
1/8/90
1/2/02
5/4/98
3/1/10
5/4/04
3/18/96
10/4/99
10/30/06
9/4/07
7/23/07
7/3/07
5/9/07
7/28/97
5/22/00
12/7/98
10/23/89
3/22/99
10/30/95
8/21/00

Last
Name
Fong
Torke
Jackson
Northup
Baggott
Pishchik
Ekstrand
Yandell
Hui
Nafziger
Connolly
Jagannath
Hughes
Green
Clum
Arp
Schulz
Slezak
De Santiago
Hagins
Van Aken
Souza
Eikenberry
Brandt
Mendoza
Bengard
Lee
Thayer
Raschke
Lau
Bialorucki
Braa
Wong
Hatfield
DeStefano
Ames
Dueker
Schmidt
Caravalho
Hornung
Burk
Orchard
Vu
Fleming
Enderby
Smith
Correia
Chat
Walker
Eggleston
Leban
Christmas
Poffenroth
Crain
Szegedy
Vanbibber
Whitman
Pecoraro
Henrikson
Reinert
Agahian
Tsao
Hospitalier
Vallaire
Starmer
Mouton

First
Name
Ronald
Kenneth
Christopher
Michael
Brian
Aleksandr
Roland
Tommy
David
Michael
Ipekten
Gopal
Tyson
DuJuan
John
Ron
Paul
Doug
Carlos
Bryan
Cornelia
Derek
Trudyann
Herbert
Daniel
Karen
Benjamin
John
Matthew
Michael
Samantha
Paul
Michael
Orley
Thomas
Elizabeth
Kenneth
Jeremy
Christopher
Joel
Deborah
Holly
Tuan
James
Kevin
Sean
Christopher
Kris
Sheavounda
Bradley
Kimberly
Melda
Dagmar
James
Gabor
Douglas
Patricia
David
James
John
Behnaz
Michael
Jon
Joseph
Menter
Anthony

Job Title
Mgr, It
Watershed Protection Mana
Fire Cap Haz Mat EMT
Fire Appratus Op EMT
40-Hr Trg Capt EMT
Sr Project Engineer
Sr Project Engineer
Fire Fighter EMT
Sr Technologist
Sr Project Manager
Sr Resource Planner
Supervising Electric Proj
Police Officer-Inter
Police Agent/Adv
Public Safety Dispatcher
Mgr Env Control Prog
Fire Captain EMT
F Fgh Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Police Officer-Inter
Supv WGW
Assistant Director, Libra
Police Officer-Inter
Management Spec
Fire Fighter EMT
Utl Install Repair Lead-W
Sr Engineer
Police Officer-Inter
Sr Technologist
Sr Engineer
Sr Technologist
Mgr Lab Services
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Mgr Maint Oper
Opr Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Police Officer-Inter
Sr Engineer
Emergency Services Direct
Police Officer-Inter
Sr Technologist
Police Officer-Inter
F Fgh Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Police Officer-Inter
Electrician-Lead
Management Spec
Sr. Business Analyst
Public Safety Dispatcher
Police Officer-Inter
Supv Wqc Oper
Public Safety Dispatcher
Mgr Solid Waste
Sr. Business Analyst
Police Officer-Inter
Sr Technologist
F Fgh Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Electrician-Lead
Police Officer-Inter
Public Safety Dispatcher
Police Officer-Inter
Fire Fghtr Hz Mt EMT
Supv Water Trans
Sr Technologist
Sr Technologist
Mgr Maint Oper
Supt Golf Course
Supv Bldg Inspection
Electrician-Lead

Department
Information Technology
Public Works
Fire
Fire
Fire
Utilities
Utilities
Fire
Public Works
Public Works
Utilities
Utilities
Police
Police
Police
Public Works
Fire
Fire
Police
Utilities
Library Services Department
Police
Administrative Services
Fire
Utilities
Public Works
Police
Information Technology
Public Works
Information Technology
Public Works
Fire
Public Works
Fire
Police
Public Works
Fire
Police
Information Technology
Police
Fire
Police
Public Works
Utilities
Utilities
Police
Police
Public Works
Police
Public Works
Administrative Services
Police
Information Technology
Fire
Public Works
Police
Police
Police
Fire
Utilities
Information Technology
Information Technology
Public Works
Community Services
Planning & Community Environmt
Utilities

Regular
Salary
124,956.72
116,017.62
107,134.72
112,510.72
125,022.41
119,412.91
119,412.81
94,864.04
112,336.65
119,272.03
123,698.79
119,458.85
106,532.61
111,174.89
89,547.48
114,901.92
116,940.70
105,489.28
115,087.84
111,050.85
121,638.40
106,815.08
104,778.19
81,950.44
77,500.84
121,094.98
106,734.71
110,697.60
121,786.43
109,324.84
113,464.04
112,515.20
101,652.56
109,004.85
108,297.35
119,412.80
119,403.20
97,576.43
114,836.56
99,937.92
107,429.68
110,021.33
91,247.86
122,691.55
110,697.60
89,692.72
105,062.33
95,935.84
88,581.60
114,465.62
110,697.60
105,913.60
110,697.60
104,792.39
86,763.68
106,909.91
78,356.64
106,616.09
105,569.80
112,718.64
110,697.60
110,697.60
107,868.80
111,486.29
102,336.00
90,013.60

Overtime
0
0
0
8,989.92
1,462.88
0
0
27,254.93
4,670.06
0
0
0
5,349.20
3,955.33
30,841.79
0
1,708.72
7,115.62
3,744.06
9,532.08
0
7,339.55
0
32,806.04
46,921.52
0
4,873.07
0
0
0
0
5,058.21
0
8,635.66
7,469.45
0
4,290.00
14,602.71
0
2,351.01
9,279.47
553.14
22,447.02
0
0
28,043.92
6,638.64
267
24,256.11
0
0
4,607.64
0
8,644.04
23,640.70
5,182.61
37,344.39
526.86
7,115.90
3,195.08
0
0
0
0
1,033.20
12,732.11

Cash Out
3,162.03
12,096.60
20,974.28
6,593.55
1,554.70
8,592.80
8,572.73
5,818.04
1,508.66
8,592.80
4,000.00
8,196.27
7,215.80
7,355.40
6,363.00
11,849.93
7,113.74
6,403.28
7,368.54
5,541.98
4,370.71
5,346.93
20,927.87
10,713.87
0
3,880.00
6,961.56
14,135.14
3,000.00
5,777.71
1,587.31
6,776.46
13,240.67
6,541.97
7,984.38
4,325.00
0
11,396.59
8,534.80
20,988.32
6,403.28
5,556.40
0
0
10,654.51
4,620.00
7,040.81
15,481.00
8,274.00
6,464.11
691.79
3,635.08
9,763.79
6,403.28
0
7,462.50
3,621.31
11,939.09
6,403.28
3,097.63
8,257.60
8,257.60
10,964.56
7,050.86
15,025.56
6,250.95

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Other
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9,399.80
0
0
0
7,992.00
4,447.60
0
0
913.92
7,555.33
0
0
0
6,355.44
60
0
745.26
0
6,355.44
0
0
9,363.23
9,363.23
0
9,363.23
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6,778.98
9,039.50
0
1,056.97
0
3,614.79
9,513.23
0
0
9,363.23
6,355.44
0
0
9,363.23
0
0
30
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9,363.23

Total
Wage
128,118.75
128,114.22
128,109.00
128,094.19
128,039.99
128,005.71
127,985.54
127,937.01
127,915.17
127,864.83
127,698.79
127,655.12
127,089.61
126,933.22
126,752.27
126,751.85
126,677.08
126,563.51
126,200.44
126,124.91
126,009.11
125,857.00
125,766.06
125,470.35
125,167.62
124,974.98
124,924.78
124,832.74
124,786.43
124,465.78
124,414.58
124,349.87
124,256.46
124,182.48
123,751.18
123,737.80
123,693.20
123,575.73
123,371.36
123,277.25
123,112.43
122,909.85
122,734.38
122,691.55
122,409.08
122,356.64
122,356.57
121,197.07
121,111.71
120,929.73
120,752.62
120,511.76
120,461.39
119,839.71
119,767.61
119,555.02
119,322.34
119,112.04
119,088.98
119,011.35
118,955.20
118,955.20
118,833.36
118,537.15
118,394.76
118,359.89

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
14,754.77
22,896.44
14,882.32
23,230.17
17,365.32
22,896.44
19,889.84
23,277.16
2,596.36
15,032.48
7,477.61
19,889.84
13,536.43
17,596.84
22,896.44
19,889.84
17,365.32
2,596.36
23,554.41
22,896.44
15,032.48
17,851.45
5,125.44
14,203.69
22,896.44
8,772.75
23,554.41
22,896.44
22,896.44
2,596.36
2,596.36
20,032.06
2,596.36
17,365.32
7,776.17
7,477.61
0
20,305.18
19,889.84
7,776.17
17,365.32
8,465.33
3,289.16
0
3,102.20
22,896.44
7,776.17
2,596.36
15,032.48
22,896.44
2,596.36
20,305.18
22,896.44
18,906.55
33.02
7,269.25
7,637.04
17,851.45
17,365.32
16,929.63
7,477.61
17,345.10
22,896.44
18,948.81
14,754.77
4,417.82

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
22,800.25
21,231.22
28,920.83
31,175.48
32,755.87
21,852.56
21,852.54
21,554.19
20,557.61
21,826.78
22,636.88
21,860.97
31,350.49
31,959.82
16,476.74
21,027.05
31,677.99
27,779.47
31,838.47
20,273.62
22,259.83
30,547.73
20,843.04
14,397.28
22,160.38
31,232.15
20,257.66
22,286.92
20,006.45
20,763.92
30,631.55
18,602.42
20,052.87
29,941.81
21,852.54
21,850.79
27,019.16
21,015.09
27,677.05
23,718.94
31,113.93
16,789.61
22,452.55
20,257.66
16,493.10
29,094.24
17,556.26
16,299.01
20,947.21
20,257.66
30,081.54
20,257.66
27,495.85
15,964.52
29,578.30
14,417.62
28,064.73
27,470.94
20,548.16
20,257.66
20,368.36
19,739.99
20,401.99
18,727.49
16,499.06

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
7,499.76
6,985.22
(20.46)
441.72
419.58
7,189.00
7,189.00
326.00
4,628.41
7,180.55
7,446.11
7,191.69
10,142.84
10,668.11
2,039.02
6,918.29
420.08
370.65
10,989.91
6,671.29
7,322.38
9,982.81
(5,374.72)
(19.53)
1,806.74
7,289.92
10,231.45
6,666.14
7,331.41
6,583.85
6,832.02
406.31
6,123.36
442.01
10,544.53
7,189.00
274.72
9,326.76
6,914.32
9,589.50
380.15
10,478.18
2,116.01
0.00
6,666.14
2,041.00
9,994.17
5,780.32
2,017.34
6,892.10
6,666.14
9,836.15
6,666.14
349.90
1,977.90
10,136.22
1,787.20
9,631.02
373.74
6,761.30
6,666.14
6,666.14
6,496.36
6,713.43
6,276.87
2,041.78

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
2,577.68
2,533.04
481.32
2,072.45
2,132.70
2,562.26
2,565.49
2,061.28
2,234.10
2,563.19
2,564.05
2,521.58
2,101.69
2,104.54
2,102.42
2,492.95
1,208.37
2,070.60
2,083.78
2,516.91
2,520.98
2,157.37
2,031.87
1,993.01
300.82
2,506.94
2,048.17
2,498.00
2,422.08
2,449.32
2,464.37
2,032.23
2,411.98
2,036.16
2,047.51
2,471.64
1,793.55
2,022.01
2,443.51
2,026.69
2,003.52
2,018.37
2,116.48
1,779.03
2,434.90
2,114.89
2,028.04
2,417.63
2,101.66
2,434.60
2,402.95
2,009.84
2,431.64
1,969.46
1,996.39
1,979.95
2,048.29
1,948.35
1,958.86
2,418.52
2,416.11
2,411.36
2,401.20
2,406.96
2,390.19
2,050.62

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

3/30/11
5/14/11
10/26/11

11/19/11

7/1/11

Hire
Date
8/2/00
12/18/06
2/20/06
6/1/09
11/22/99
2/21/95
1/11/88
10/13/98
5/4/98
11/15/04
6/30/97
6/30/08
9/2/97
12/3/90
12/4/01
9/23/02
10/8/01
7/23/90
5/19/08
12/21/87
10/23/02
10/3/03
5/2/05
10/29/97
5/22/00
9/2/08
4/18/11
2/7/05
9/20/82
10/26/10
5/13/98
8/28/89
3/28/05
10/25/04
7/30/90
5/19/86
10/10/00
9/20/82
12/18/06
7/20/09
12/2/93
9/23/02
2/14/00
4/15/02
1/14/11
8/9/99
4/22/96
4/22/96
1/9/06
9/5/95
1/18/11
9/28/92
2/28/00
12/4/95
6/24/02
1/4/10
1/25/99
2/23/09
3/9/09
12/9/02
7/10/00
12/18/00
8/21/95
3/18/96
8/20/01
3/25/91

Last
Name
Kaku
Seghetti
Jolin
Scott
Muzzi
Bailey
Wallace
Turner
Bettles
Yuan
Erlich
Stack
Hartman
Lahaie
Flanigan
Do
Villarreal
Banks
Paras
Fattah
Nguyen
Jasso
Palsgrove
Minshall
Castro
Tam
Loo
Ngo
Revilla
Edmonds
Paige
Strickland
Chaobal
Abendschein
Humble
Clerkson
Ostello
Taylor III
Kunimura
Saberi
Santos
Ibarra
Baptist
Alaee
Wilcox
Longoria
Jacobs
Diaz
Roderick
Rincon
Arreola
Leslie
Huebner
Macway
Dino
Carrasco
Lavelle
Carlsen
Hagerman
Item
Mosko
O'Brien
Tran
Dixit
Paez-Rincon
Stokes

First
Name
Paul
Daniel
Christine
Marcie
Marc
Shawn
Richard
Steven
Ewing
David
Bernard
James
Donna
Keith
James
Lam
David
Steve
Christine
Taha
Huynh
Tamara
Adam
Suzan
Filiberto
Christine
Glenn
Mai
Randie
Michael
Kirk
Jasen
Padmakar
Jonathan
Gloria
Linda
Dave
Leland
Brandon
Mehrzad
Silvia
Jose
Richard
Khashayar
Gail
Marissa
Debra
Ray
Kimberley
Samuel
Jose
Timothy
Dennis
Sharon
Jose
Anthony
Stacy
Todd
Ian
Robert
Christopher
Laurence
Young
Viraj
Ignacio
Myriena

Job Title
Sr Technologist
Police Officer-Inter
Police Officer-Inter
Senior Human Resources Ad
Fire Appratus Op EMT
HR Business Analyst
F Fgh Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Mgr Planning
Sr Technologist
Senior Management Analyst
Resource Planner
Resource Planner
Sr Financial Anlyst
Fleet Manager
Sr Engineer
Senior Management Analyst
Fire Fighter EMT
Mgr Maint Oper
Sr Financial Anlyst
Sr Mkt Analyst - S
Electric Project Engineer
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Util Install/Rep
Resource Planner
Management Spec
Business Analyst - S
Fire Captain EMT
Management Spec
Sr Technologist
Supv WGW
Project Engineer - S
Resource Planner
Sr Planner
Communications Manager
Sr Water Sys Oper
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Sr Technologist
Management Spec
Supervising Project Engin
Lineper/Cable Spl
Utilities Supervisor
Supv Rec Prog
Management Spec
Public Safety Dispatcher
Project Engineer - S
Fire Fighter EMT
Emergency Medical Service
Lineper/Cable Spl-L
Management Spec
Technologist - S
Mgr Maint Oper
Senior Management Analyst
Technologist - S
Police Officer-Inter
Legal Services Administra
Supv WGW
Senior Performance Audito
Project Engineer - S
Fire Appratus Op EMT
Business Analyst - S
Project Engineer - S
Sr Technologist
Sr Operator Wqc
Sr Financial Anlyst

Department
Information Technology
Police
Police
Human Resources
Fire
Administrative Services
Fire
Planning & Community Environmt
Information Technology
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Administrative Services
Public Works
Public Works
Community Services
Fire
Public Works
Administrative Services
Utilities
Utilities
Fire
Fire
Fire
Utilities
Utilities
Information Technology
Information Technology
Fire
City Auditor
Information Technology
Utilities
Public Works
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
City Manager
Utilities
Fire
Information Technology
Planning & Community Environmt
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Community Services
Administrative Services
Police
Public Works
Fire
Fire
Utilities
Administrative Services
Information Technology
Public Works
Public Works
Information Technology
Police
City Attorney
Utilities
City Auditor
Utilities
Fire
Police
Public Works
Information Technology
Public Works
Administrative Services

Regular
Salary
110,697.60
104,574.29
105,913.60
104,421.98
97,203.68
105,060.80
92,625.04
111,911.04
110,697.60
110,697.60
111,696.00
111,696.00
102,430.82
110,697.60
110,489.60
107,868.80
102,370.44
107,868.80
107,721.19
102,502.40
104,982.40
100,338.56
95,483.60
102,072.29
70,825.83
111,696.00
89,024.30
106,776.95
49,764.00
112,987.50
110,697.60
103,408.00
105,227.21
111,696.00
101,524.80
104,728.00
85,897.08
100,808.72
109,969.60
104,650.00
105,227.23
88,378.30
106,596.80
95,420.34
111,312.00
79,845.67
106,563.04
97,339.72
104,956.80
94,640.00
48,328.92
102,502.40
103,732.76
107,868.80
102,502.40
92,172.55
102,772.80
88,612.80
95,745.60
105,227.23
97,336.19
103,121.60
105,227.20
101,483.20
87,035.52
100,941.36

Overtime
0
6,253.81
2,395.81
0
12,200.60
0
0
0
0
0
0
402.75
0
0
0
0
7,282.07
0
0
0
0
7,596.75
12,571.75
5,555.17
37,876.89
0
0
0
4,159.32
0
0
2,952.50
0
926.33
0
0
15,480.99
1,531.17
0
7,215.00
0
22,913.73
140
0
0
27,085.32
1,100.42
7,731.55
0
15,702.32
0
0
719.63
0
221.76
9,457.74
0
6,467.49
0
0
5,999.85
3,215.52
0
0
18,237.22
0

Cash Out
7,472.84
7,320.05
6,511.40
4,181.08
8,556.12
12,867.54
25,299.32
5,705.20
6,757.60
6,749.07
5,531.10
0
14,253.43
5,757.60
5,739.69
8,148.80
5,893.13
7,633.20
7,118.78
12,204.20
0
6,151.32
5,865.42
6,151.32
4,018.80
0
24,312.12
6,522.45
58,954.58
0
2,261.19
6,300.02
4,000.00
0
2,416.10
7,678.00
447.82
9,612.72
1,721.60
0
6,547.20
399.17
4,924.87
16,107.85
0
4,339.56
3,397.97
5,818.04
5,808.91
0
61,675.35
7,428.00
4,959.40
1,615.15
6,643.40
7,697.58
6,552.80
4,878.79
13,555.78
4,000.00
5,865.42
2,853.69
3,811.66
7,378.16
3,457.44
7,681.42

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Other
0
0
3,177.72
9,363.23
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4,700.54
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9,219.50
0
0
0
696.59
1,668.84
0
0
380.8
0
0
150
3,476.75
0
8,522.89
0
10,219.36
0
210
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
300
0
0
330
0
0
0
0
9,363.23
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Total
Wage
118,170.44
118,148.15
117,998.53
117,966.29
117,960.40
117,928.34
117,924.36
117,616.24
117,455.20
117,446.67
117,227.10
116,799.29
116,684.25
116,455.20
116,229.29
116,017.60
115,545.64
115,502.00
114,839.97
114,706.60
114,201.90
114,086.63
113,920.77
113,778.78
113,418.11
113,364.84
113,336.42
113,299.40
113,258.70
112,987.50
112,958.79
112,810.52
112,703.96
112,622.33
112,463.79
112,406.00
112,045.25
111,952.61
111,901.20
111,865.00
111,774.43
111,691.20
111,661.67
111,528.19
111,312.00
111,270.55
111,061.43
110,889.31
110,765.71
110,642.32
110,004.27
109,930.40
109,741.79
109,483.95
109,367.56
109,327.87
109,325.60
109,322.31
109,301.38
109,227.23
109,201.46
109,190.81
109,038.86
108,861.36
108,730.18
108,622.78

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
19,528.78
17,596.84
9,005.17
2,596.36
23,230.17
22,896.44
2,267.57
17,345.10
15,032.48
19,528.78
14,139.58
12,808.70
17,345.10
22,736.56
15,621.35
17,281.79
23,230.17
8,772.75
7,616.38
19,889.84
3,289.16
23,230.17
20,032.06
16,323.54
19,889.84
18,240.56
7,807.44
8,772.75
7,417.39
0
19,528.78
14,754.77
2,221.37
7,477.61
8,242.27
14,754.77
2,596.36
20,032.06
22,896.44
0
15,032.48
22,896.44
18,211.68
8,772.75
0
22,896.44
7,477.61
15,141.79
9,025.83
19,889.84
2,029.18
22,896.44
19,528.78
14,754.77
22,896.44
15,351.87
16,198.40
2,596.36
22,896.44
19,528.78
7,671.13
16,125.38
22,896.44
22,896.44
19,889.84
15,032.48

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
20,257.66
28,966.37
29,782.62
19,064.06
17,895.65
19,226.13
26,081.83
20,439.99
20,257.66
20,257.66
20,552.06
20,552.06
18,744.84
20,257.66
20,219.60
19,739.99
12,808.79
19,739.99
19,712.98
18,860.44
19,316.76
27,233.36
22,156.11
25,005.31
13,160.13
20,552.06
19,646.96
13,330.89
20,257.66
18,923.66
19,361.81
20,552.06
18,680.56
19,165.22
15,910.28
26,369.19
20,124.44
19,256.58
16,261.61
19,507.21
17,461.92
14,691.60
19,361.80
12,410.66
27,498.68
17,413.76
18,860.44
18,983.10
19,739.99
18,860.44
25,532.22
18,807.42
16,216.14
17,521.44
19,361.81
16,037.58
18,974.37
19,361.80
18,571.43
16,014.54
18,472.27

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
6,666.14
10,031.38
10,020.27
6,274.74
388.35
6,327.62
(1,111.87)
6,725.77
6,666.14
6,666.14
(3,423.36)
2,537.34
6,170.05
6,666.14
6,653.66
6,496.36
423.06
6,496.36
6,487.45
2,330.38
2,386.30
352.24
347.72
360.43
1,656.50
2,537.34
(5,956.69)
2,426.62
(10.23)
0.00
6,666.14
6,252.84
2,391.74
2,537.34
2,308.54
6,307.86
1,950.52
331.98
6,622.46
0.00
6,337.76
2,012.74
6,420.05
5,749.35
0.00
1,822.34
2,391.74
333.32
6,321.64
2,153.58
0.00
2,330.38
6,248.21
6,496.36
2,330.38
8,751.78
6,190.60
5,341.01
5,768.98
2,391.74
351.47
2,344.36
2,391.74
6,113.12
2,021.24
6,080.68

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
2,400.40
1,967.02
1,947.06
2,369.78
1,919.46
2,309.69
203.3
2,388.21
2,393.81
2,384.90
2,078.36
1,936.40
2,350.55
2,374.40
2,373.65
2,347.93
1,890.52
2,358.76
2,282.91
2,311.16
1,968.46
1,873.82
1,860.17
1,873.52
1,928.53
1,883.30
1,865.85
2,315.22
113.63
1,638.32
2,308.03
2,308.17
2,321.20
1,986.64
1,992.00
2,305.26
1,950.59
223.38
2,248.85
1,622.04
2,299.28
1,942.28
2,334.08
2,204.50
1,614.02
1,919.80
2,291.12
1,815.67
1,833.75
1,945.12
681.45
2,261.79
2,256.20
2,258.48
2,252.89
1,800.79
2,256.09
2,194.54
2,180.87
2,258.64
1,794.73
2,257.82
2,257.63
2,247.05
1,830.87
2,246.47

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date
3/30/11

5/14/11
3/29/11

Hire
Date
11/8/99
1/19/81
3/4/85
5/30/00
10/12/00
9/20/82
10/2/00
6/30/04
1/10/11
10/12/04
10/25/93
8/2/99
9/18/00
10/21/94
9/17/90
3/29/10
11/6/95
3/10/03
8/27/07
7/2/01
10/8/01
4/11/94
3/29/10
10/10/83
4/10/06
4/18/11
3/29/10
4/27/09
3/29/10
11/12/96
11/13/06
3/3/08
6/23/10
1/16/00
12/9/96
10/22/90
11/3/97
11/13/00
1/2/07
4/8/91
3/28/94
1/13/97
10/30/89
6/26/00
11/8/07
2/11/08
1/22/08
9/8/09
3/17/08
12/4/00
10/27/03
2/25/08
6/15/92
3/1/99
1/8/04
12/31/03
2/6/06
12/11/03
7/13/99
12/6/04
3/12/90
3/20/06
6/25/01
2/14/11
3/29/10
8/13/01

Last
Name
Narayan
Simbe Foreman
Schwab
Keniston
McAdams
Bonfiglio
Geminder
Walpole
Johnson Gutter
Wong
Johns
Spencer
Boyd
Macias
Segna
Carter
Bissett
Sandoval
Suzuki
Rivera
Schill
Cubillo
Fortino
Fisher
Mintz
Hazarian
Burgio
Moran
Strother
Walters
Nguyen
Strickland
Boussina
Reich
Dockter
Figone
Agustin
Bohna
Long
Mishra
Cruz
Stadler
Jovel
Gindraux
Morrow-McCauley
Elmore
Huegle
Van Duynhoven
Chin
Santana
Lee
Ballash
Silva
Ruyter
Doran
Wallace
Gutierrez
Torres
Black
Meneses
Kaiser
Howard
Armenta
Harris II
Penko
North

First
Name
Tarun
Janet
Kenneth
Charles
Karen
Ronald
Shia
Corey
Sunny
Dale
David
Erika
Holly
Manuel
Eugene
Colin
Carolynn
Lisa
Elena
Roland
Eric
Lani
Daniel
Randy
Michael
Peter
Paul
John
Deonshawn
Martha
Diem-Oanh
Teresa
Houman
Russ
Dave
Mary
Filipinas
Doug
Ronald
Jayant
Jesus
Sandra
Jose
Erica
Vanda
Brina
Denis
Debra
Raymond
Alfred
Allen
Evon
Jorge
Maurice
Alisa
Joshua
Paul
Marco
Carlton
Anthony
Thomas
Adam
Isaac
Ronald
Nicholas
Karin

Job Title
Sr Financial Anlyst
Executive Assistant
Electrician-Lead
Resource Planner
Supv Police Service
Battalion Chief - Shift/E
Supv Rec Prog
Sr Operator Wqc
F Fgh Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Sr Financial Anlyst
Lineper/Cable Spl
Public Safety Dispatcher
Project Engineer
Fire Fighter EMT
Project Mgr
F Fgh Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Contracts Administrator
Public Safety Dispatcher
Sr Planner
Sr Planner
Fire Fighter EMT
Util Syst Oper
F Fgh Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Fire Captain EMT
Electric Project Engineer
Management Spec
Police Officer-Inter
Asst Fleet Mgr
Fire Fighter EMT
Business Analyst
Senior Performance Audito
Public Safety Dispatcher
Senior Performance Audito
Sr Planner
Planning Arborist - S
Sr Financial Anlyst
Sr Accountant
Util Install/Rep-L
Business Analyst
Electrician-Lead
Util Syst Oper
Supt Animal Services
Business Analyst
Senior Human Resources Ad
Senior Human Resources Ad
Public Safety Dispatcher
Supv Insp/Surv Pw
Asst To City Mgr
Electrician
Lineper/Cable Spl
Sr Accountant
Plans Check Engr
Supv WGW
Facilities Maint-L
Police Officer-Inter
Utility Key Account Rep Heavy Equip Oper
Water Sys Oper II
Supv Wqc Oper
Util Install/Rep-L
Coord Util Saf & Sec - S
Supv Rec Prog
Electrician
Police Officer-Inter
F Fgh Prmdc-12.5 EMT
Mgr Env Control Prog

Department
Administrative Services
Public Works
Utilities
Utilities
Police
Fire
Community Services
Public Works
Fire
Administrative Services
Utilities
Police
Public Works
Fire
Utilities
Fire
Utilities
Police
Planning & Community Environmt
Planning & Community Environmt
Fire
Utilities
Fire
Fire
Utilities
Police
Police
Public Works
Fire
Library Services Department
City Auditor
Police
City Auditor
Planning & Community Environmt
Public Works
Administrative Services
Administrative Services
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Police
Utilities
Human Resources
Human Resources
Police
Public Works
City Manager
Utilities
Utilities
Administrative Services
Planning & Community Environmt
Utilities
Public Works
Police
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Public Works
Utilities
Utilities
Community Services
Utilities
Police
Fire
Public Works

Regular
Salary
100,545.90
30,217.10
92,155.68
103,977.55
93,683.20
6,257.44
100,027.37
84,987.08
81,744.88
99,475.95
90,590.28
80,366.63
105,859.80
96,266.80
99,930.26
81,397.12
97,468.80
77,975.52
102,007.92
101,524.80
95,121.68
84,079.82
91,275.52
48,768.72
104,982.40
68,674.80
96,032.61
92,684.80
81,053.68
102,502.40
101,400.00
79,402.56
100,204.00
102,086.01
94,690.40
97,468.80
97,468.80
74,526.45
92,496.62
89,668.87
85,615.06
95,035.20
94,440.27
95,035.22
95,035.22
74,889.04
95,035.20
91,135.10
83,863.12
87,695.21
98,050.36
94,931.20
88,612.80
89,979.16
96,071.00
95,056.00
68,744.00
75,177.30
94,089.27
74,005.79
92,705.61
97,090.94
84,379.20
81,149.24
81,034.24
83,455.21

Overtime
0
0
8,841.10
2,818.10
0
0
0
16,588.32
20,056.04
0
16,243.72
23,041.67
569.18
4,477.27
0
18,649.68
0
23,402.69
658.98
1,354.63
4,783.80
18,054.45
8,632.81
956.94
0
0
732.96
1,069.44
17,827.75
1,182.72
0
20,341.59
0
0
4,627.13
0
0
28,522.39
0
8,137.32
7,211.04
0
4,771.44
0
0
22,688.84
0
0
14,085.25
12,881.92
0
0
5,225.77
11,980.24
0
1,508.10
31,898.83
12,761.46
259.32
25,233.70
0
0
14,758.00
11,934.77
14,174.18
7,556.92

Cash Out
7,772.45
78,241.83
6,768.15
895.41
13,759.49
101,068.82
7,276.00
1,790.44
5,123.10
7,361.47
0
3,217.27
0
5,665.90
6,466.80
6,300.45
8,531.20
4,526.61
3,184.86
2,928.60
5,818.04
2,639.65
5,752.84
55,838.95
0
35,825.90
7,537.11
10,453.96
5,238.45
0
2,182.50
3,703.59
3,203.56
1,317.87
4,026.61
5,781.92
5,739.74
0
1,566.18
5,173.20
3,248.80
7,709.17
3,516.84
7,660.83
7,655.20
5,003.90
7,511.97
5,538.64
0
1,721.66
4,211.53
0
8,245.89
0
3,564.40
5,335.61
801.46
5,241.00
6,625.62
1,570.23
7,848.40
3,480.80
1,328.91
7,368.08
5,238.45
22.95

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Other
210
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,601.26
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
943.92
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
100
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
60
9,039.50
0
6,870.02
0
0
0
0
0
0
5,840.94
4,407.06
0
0
7,197.57
30
0
2,298.24
0
0
8,252.61
0
0
60
0
0
0
0
9,399.80

Total
Wage
108,528.35
108,458.93
107,764.93
107,691.06
107,442.69
107,326.26
107,303.37
106,967.10
106,924.02
106,837.42
106,834.00
106,625.57
106,428.98
106,409.97
106,397.06
106,347.25
106,000.00
105,904.82
105,851.76
105,808.03
105,723.52
105,717.84
105,661.17
105,564.61
104,982.40
104,500.70
104,302.68
104,208.20
104,119.88
103,785.12
103,582.50
103,447.74
103,407.56
103,403.88
103,344.14
103,250.72
103,208.54
103,108.84
103,102.30
102,979.39
102,944.92
102,744.37
102,728.55
102,696.05
102,690.42
102,581.78
102,547.17
102,514.68
102,355.43
102,298.79
102,261.89
102,128.77
102,114.46
101,959.40
101,933.64
101,899.71
101,444.29
101,432.37
100,974.21
100,809.72
100,614.01
100,571.74
100,466.11
100,452.09
100,446.87
100,434.88

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
19,528.78
2,303.11
19,889.84
19,889.84
8,772.75
631.09
14,754.77
9,537.41
7,899.79
8,772.75
19,889.84
17,596.84
22,896.44
20,032.06
7,616.38
7,671.13
14,754.77
19,528.78
15,032.48
8,772.75
17,365.32
19,528.78
9,318.21
9,897.36
19,889.84
2,551.40
17,596.84
19,338.46
20,032.06
7,477.61
19,889.84
8,772.75
7,616.38
7,616.38
14,754.77
19,528.78
22,896.44
19,889.84
3,206.85
22,896.44
9,704.78
22,896.44
22,896.44
7,536.43
7,616.38
8,772.75
15,032.48
6,531.60
1,729.78
19,923.72
15,032.48
33.02
22,896.44
14,754.77
7,675.39
22,896.44
19,495.76
18,211.68
19,889.84
22,896.44
15,032.48
7,616.38
8,741.09
16,435.65
15,141.79
2,596.36

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
18,399.90
5,529.73
16,816.28
19,131.87
17,144.03
1,723.62
18,227.16
15,637.62
22,597.97
18,204.10
16,668.61
14,787.46
19,478.20
22,215.92
17,855.07
22,411.23
17,836.79
14,347.50
18,680.56
18,680.56
20,672.20
15,470.69
25,131.34
12,799.94
19,316.76
26,579.27
16,961.32
22,363.01
18,860.44
18,556.20
14,610.07
18,337.33
18,680.57
17,423.03
17,836.79
17,836.79
13,712.87
17,019.38
16,499.07
15,753.17
17,391.44
17,377.01
17,391.45
17,391.45
13,779.58
17,391.44
16,677.72
15,430.81
16,135.92
17,836.79
17,467.34
16,216.14
16,499.07
26,706.61
17,490.30
12,648.90
13,971.55
17,218.34
13,617.07
17,057.83
17,767.64
15,525.77
22,461.57
22,430.06
15,272.30

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
6,056.95
(3,880.94)
2,119.32
2,363.77
5,645.24
1.38
6,000.30
1,975.10
317.56
5,992.87
2,101.23
1,832.43
2,405.98
367.93
5,878.35
295.90
5,872.36
1,778.67
2,308.54
2,308.54
326.80
1,915.97
339.29
(10.23)
2,386.30
(4,747.34)
9,206.59
5,585.32
294.22
2,330.38
6,108.18
1,810.89
6,036.42
2,308.54
2,154.71
5,872.36
5,872.36
1,739.66
2,105.40
2,041.78
1,950.52
5,726.24
2,149.06
5,726.24
5,726.24
1,709.14
5,726.24
5,492.24
1,911.20
2,036.11
5,872.36
2,160.08
5,341.01
2,080.52
9,042.00
2,162.94
1,609.66
1,715.67
5,669.53
1,727.99
2,110.16
2,208.63
1,922.80
7,782.96
294.03
3,417.61

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
2,236.34
176.27
333.84
1,920.49
2,199.37
13.92
2,183.59
1,868.53
1,720.64
2,216.06
1,876.39
1,862.10
1,766.25
1,749.88
2,195.02
1,722.69
2,196.49
1,700.81
1,826.39
1,876.01
1,740.92
1,848.82
1,733.20
113.63
1,887.44
1,716.94
1,729.66
2,157.19
1,687.27
1,865.99
2,155.31
1,812.35
1,692.66
1,724.40
2,156.92
2,136.92
2,146.69
1,790.88
2,127.94
1,819.10
1,817.24
2,141.71
1,761.71
2,146.68
2,125.76
1,665.02
2,143.12
2,177.98
1,805.20
1,809.62
2,135.22
1,827.69
2,116.39
1,741.57
1,202.27
2,123.96
1,616.43
1,766.74
2,114.32
1,747.39
2,108.85
2,104.98
1,701.70
1,643.64
1,634.71
1,891.46

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

7/2/11

7/1/11

11/25/11

Hire
Date
9/24/03
8/8/05
7/28/97
7/17/89
9/28/05
8/24/09
5/19/03
7/6/87
7/22/91
8/23/10
2/22/93
5/15/95
8/5/96
6/24/96
1/13/97
3/15/99
3/11/02
1/5/04
8/23/99
9/20/05
6/25/01
2/14/11
3/23/09
4/23/07
3/11/96
5/3/04
6/25/01
9/18/06
10/2/07
6/2/08
3/9/92
12/18/00
8/16/10
5/7/01
10/18/93
5/18/99
11/1/93
10/19/98
9/2/08
8/13/07
3/25/02
9/18/89
6/25/01
1/18/11
5/31/11
10/5/09
10/29/02
9/16/04
7/2/07
8/27/01
6/14/10
5/15/95
9/19/94
11/17/86
2/2/09
6/14/93
10/19/98
5/17/04
3/30/09
9/23/96
6/4/90
3/29/99
6/23/08
11/30/09
6/1/09
10/30/00

Last
Name
Delzer
Olsen
Talley
Phillips
Haupert
Primeaux
Silva
Hodgins
Lesch
Tomaro
Le
Nguy
Hammett
Hoang
Van Der Zwaag
Kim
Solis
Pham
Nguyen
Muir
Simon
Salkeld
Pachikara
Dunbar
Brees
Parkhurst
Sigur
Brunnings
Silva
Rius
Briseno
Rodriguez
Keen
Ortiz
Taylor
Odom
Haynes
Scheff
Hada
Keate
Sorin
Jhun
Furtado
Nair
Ziesenhenne
Harvit
Vuong
Biehl
Yazdy
Alcalde
Huynh
Uribe
Justus
Yahne
Kienzle
Turpen
Johnson
Muzzi
Kittrell
Andersen
Lindsey Jr
Miu
Aikin
Dee
Brooks
Giovannetti

First
Name
David
Michael
Eric
Rebecca
George
Nelson
Rui
Lester
Bruce
Kurt
An
John
Christopher
Terri
Minka
Woojae
Adrian
Tatiana
Hung
Charles
Martin
Joshua
Jim
Robert
Doug
Rhonda
Chris
Matthew
Abel
Rafael
Mark
Leticia
Jesse
Miguel
Anthony
Kevin
Michael
Lisa
Rajeev
Michael
Liza
Jong
Brian
Manoj
Monique
Steve
Anna
Bradley
Shahla
Teresita
Thuc-Vu
Luis
Robert
Scott
Karen
Pamela
Ryan
Frank
Carol
Terrence
Gene
Frank
John
Danne
Robert
Steve

Job Title
Supv Wqc Oper
Sr Operator Wqc
Util Install/Rep-L
Police Sgt/Adv
Lineper/Cable Spl-L
Lineper/Cable Spl-L
Coord Utility Proj
Supv Open Space
Utility Key Account Rep Util Syst Oper
Project Engineer
Project Engineer
Police Agent/Adv
Comm Tech
Supv Rec Prog
Engineer
Lineper/Cable Spl
Management Analyst
Engineer
Environmental Spec
Utl Install Repair-Weldin
Police Officer-Inter
Power Engr
Bldg Inspector
Business Analyst
Bldg Inspector Spec
Util Install/Rep-L
Engineer
Sr Util Field Svc Rep
Project Engineer
Electrician-Lead
Coord Utility Proj - S
Util Engr Estimator
Electrician-Lead
Lineper/Cable Spl
Util Install/Rep
Util Install/Rep
Supv Police Service
Project Engineer
Util Syst Oper
Engineer
Sr Chemist
Public Safety Dispatcher
Sr. Business Analyst
Dir Libraries
Lineper/Cable Spl
Business Analyst
Sr Operator Wqc
Engineer
Accountant
Util Syst Oper
Util Comp Tech-L
Util Install/Rep
Utilities Supervisor
Mgr, Arts
Electrician-Lead
Electrician
Landfill Technician
Sr Accountant
Public Safety Dispatcher
Electrician
Electrician
Comm Services Senior Prog
Electrician
Electrician
Maintenance Mechanic-Weld

Department
Public Works
Public Works
Utilities
Police
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Community Services
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Police
Police
Community Services
Public Works
Utilities
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Utilities
Police
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
Utilities
Public Works
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Police
Public Works
Utilities
Utilities
Public Works
Police
Utilities
Library Services Department
Utilities
Utilities
Public Works
Planning & Community Environmt
Administrative Services
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Community Services
Utilities
Utilities
Public Works
Administrative Services
Police
Utilities
Public Works
Community Services
Utilities
Public Works
Utilities

Regular
Salary
92,247.97
86,788.51
74,589.80
84,279.84
94,640.01
94,640.00
87,888.32
91,647.50
95,056.00
85,512.81
97,760.00
92,872.13
74,498.96
85,009.60
99,200.80
97,760.00
88,513.18
95,677.27
93,116.14
86,798.44
72,449.57
80,906.24
98,011.20
84,073.60
96,054.44
86,736.00
74,526.51
97,384.00
76,952.88
94,972.80
89,940.33
88,108.80
78,185.60
87,261.98
88,080.72
70,052.32
71,744.37
93,759.32
96,985.08
80,403.14
92,872.08
91,291.22
88,103.76
93,840.00
91,388.16
90,664.76
95,680.01
87,133.44
92,992.73
81,018.42
85,795.04
91,291.24
65,807.87
89,905.60
88,088.00
90,780.81
84,697.86
71,435.67
88,025.60
80,018.88
85,213.96
83,761.62
88,088.00
83,863.13
75,913.64
77,996.10

Overtime
4,004.88
9,027.31
24,095.63
484.65
3,598.82
5,310.03
2,433.57
0
411.3
12,007.22
1,128.00
5,257.93
2,288.80
8,960.67
0
0
5,087.01
0
0
2,420.52
25,755.05
10,967.75
0
2,056.04
351.1
11,519.86
21,896.89
634.5
18,242.77
0
4,839.52
3,621.78
12,230.52
10,305.38
9,435.70
27,268.66
24,701.60
0
0
9,584.54
3,750.94
0
1,877.94
0
0
5,043.24
0
6,147.92
2,612.22
6,586.94
7,715.05
460.86
29,440.56
609.68
0
877.27
6,977.76
18,557.79
0
10,157.58
7,111.29
9,565.37
0
9,733.33
17,607.63
5,336.22

Cash Out
3,999.13
4,420.40
0
10,036.15
819
0
0
7,919.07
4,031.30
1,949.28
423
803.7
18,004.02
4,904.40
0
1,269.00
5,398.77
1,500.00
5,715.20
0
301.41
6,581.93
0
2,813.04
1,872.40
0
0
0
2,754.75
2,967.90
2,951.31
5,888.80
0
0
0
0
0
3,229.32
0
6,660.04
0
5,266.80
6,552.00
2,670.00
2,724.52
0
0
2,387.28
0
7,908.00
1,949.28
3,511.20
0
4,688.26
7,114.49
3,448.80
2,537.01
4,560.90
6,457.50
4,115.10
1,610.80
0
4,710.63
0
0
334.44

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Other
0
0
1,490.52
5,199.90
913.92
0
9,363.23
0
0
0
0
360
4,414.38
330
0
0
0
1,795.60
0
9,363.23
0
0
330
9,363.23
0
0
1,659.18
0
30
0
0
0
7,197.57
0
0
0
609.96
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2,250.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
30
805.8
0
60
0
60
330
805.8
0
0
9,663.23

Total
Wage
100,251.98
100,236.22
100,175.95
100,000.54
99,971.75
99,950.03
99,685.12
99,566.57
99,498.60
99,469.31
99,311.00
99,293.76
99,206.16
99,204.67
99,200.80
99,029.00
98,998.96
98,972.87
98,831.34
98,582.19
98,506.03
98,455.92
98,341.20
98,305.91
98,277.94
98,255.86
98,082.58
98,018.50
97,980.40
97,940.70
97,731.16
97,619.38
97,613.69
97,567.36
97,516.42
97,320.98
97,055.93
96,988.64
96,985.08
96,647.72
96,623.02
96,558.02
96,533.70
96,510.00
96,362.68
95,708.00
95,680.01
95,668.64
95,604.95
95,513.36
95,459.37
95,263.30
95,248.43
95,203.54
95,202.49
95,136.88
95,018.43
94,554.36
94,543.10
94,291.56
93,996.05
93,656.99
93,604.43
93,596.46
93,521.27
93,329.99

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
7,616.38
14,754.77
23,201.54
5,188.04
22,896.44
22,896.44
2,596.36
22,896.44
14,754.77
7,441.76
17,345.10
19,889.84
9,402.48
22,896.44
17,345.10
7,616.38
19,917.33
965.12
19,889.84
2,596.36
20,076.15
12,426.75
15,032.48
33.02
7,477.61
7,477.61
19,889.84
22,896.44
7,616.38
7,616.38
16,991.96
14,754.77
1,729.78
22,825.53
19,889.84
17,345.10
20,834.56
22,896.44
21,380.89
21,920.74
22,896.44
15,032.48
22,943.43
17,266.55
11,411.85
18,335.05
22,896.44
23,201.54
8,772.75
22,896.44
9,699.21
18,211.68
19,889.84
22,719.30
15,032.48
7,616.38
8,320.24
14,754.77
7,477.61
18,211.68
19,889.84
19,889.84
17,345.10
7,509.27
19,889.84
2,596.36

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
16,881.38
15,969.09
13,998.78
24,109.51
17,413.76
17,413.76
16,030.80
16,771.49
17,490.30
15,734.36
17,987.84
17,088.47
21,750.94
15,641.77
18,153.75
17,987.84
16,286.43
17,386.84
17,133.37
15,970.91
13,258.27
22,397.90
18,034.06
15,469.54
17,674.02
15,959.42
13,774.73
17,918.66
13,980.91
17,475.00
16,499.06
16,212.02
14,386.15
16,056.20
16,206.85
12,889.63
13,200.96
17,019.20
17,845.25
14,761.31
17,088.46
16,797.58
16,211.09
17,172.72
16,724.03
16,682.32
17,605.12
16,032.55
17,088.46
14,826.37
15,786.29
16,797.59
12,108.65
16,452.72
16,120.10
16,569.65
15,584.41
13,144.16
16,108.68
14,723.47
15,679.37
15,412.14
16,120.10
15,430.82
13,968.11
14,351.28

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
5,559.08
2,015.66
1,741.09
(6,168.61)
2,153.58
2,192.32
1,995.22
5,523.00
2,162.94
1,734.42
2,223.78
2,152.54
(5,318.43)
1,937.00
5,976.28
2,223.78
2,015.78
5,724.73
2,119.29
2,015.78
1,693.02
7,763.81
2,229.50
1,898.39
2,185.47
1,975.74
1,739.66
2,215.32
1,764.93
2,161.12
2,080.52
2,006.68
1,587.92
1,993.57
2,044.79
1,639.08
1,677.15
5,604.29
2,206.39
1,828.30
2,113.80
2,116.92
2,006.52
4,714.32
4,583.36
2,102.90
2,177.05
2,023.42
2,113.80
4,885.25
1,954.54
2,078.18
1,543.56
5,414.85
5,309.46
2,050.41
1,929.97
1,652.36
5,305.82
1,824.57
1,980.29
1,947.66
5,309.46
1,911.20
1,732.24
1,817.86

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
1,911.53
1,708.33
1,705.78
1,665.85
1,751.27
1,785.93
1,642.35
2,048.00
2,097.72
1,630.45
1,651.13
1,775.09
1,597.80
1,689.60
2,080.58
1,701.86
1,738.28
2,057.84
1,590.65
1,684.93
1,713.02
1,614.55
1,775.45
1,736.08
1,772.43
1,727.94
1,717.43
1,643.69
1,727.43
1,698.29
1,725.02
2,053.64
1,724.09
1,726.54
1,709.19
1,693.98
1,689.20
2,043.53
1,674.28
1,621.17
1,736.81
1,743.26
1,723.96
1,987.85
1,840.77
1,561.33
1,726.37
1,637.87
1,658.69
1,992.55
1,702.97
1,712.32
1,665.07
2,058.40
2,001.45
1,711.71
1,673.61
1,654.75
1,982.23
1,604.04
1,678.09
1,626.86
1,977.68
1,675.09
1,581.48
1,661.72

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

10/12/11

10/7/11

2/11/11

Hire
Date
8/3/92
1/20/09
8/10/09
10/24/05
5/8/89
4/26/99
6/8/09
6/1/98
7/11/83
1/18/11
3/12/01
6/23/86
6/24/09
5/28/91
6/22/92
9/21/09
10/15/07
3/30/87
1/12/09
5/23/99
3/10/03
7/22/02
10/31/05
7/13/98
10/17/05
9/21/09
5/7/01
11/1/99
8/21/01
12/25/00
10/14/08
10/30/06
8/31/87
9/5/06
11/19/01
4/29/85
7/20/92
10/18/99
10/30/02
6/20/11
3/2/09
8/27/09
11/29/99
10/22/07
6/12/00
7/3/00
3/25/02
6/1/92
9/15/08
3/18/02
10/31/88
2/10/92
3/9/11
1/5/04
1/22/01
4/30/07
11/3/97
1/31/02
2/19/08
9/3/91
12/13/04
2/25/91
1/21/97
12/6/93
6/11/90
1/25/93

Last
Name
Saini
Luckey
Garcia
Brown
Givens
Ezrina
Kalaw
Sebastian
Easton
Melesurgo
Inouye
Jamshidipour
Moore
Zalbidea
Hanks
Cioffi
Minor
Amores
Jordan
Ward
Kirkland
Mateo
Cordova
Honiker
Nortz
Borkovic
Chacon
Anderson
Ribeiro
Backlund
Parineh
Estrada
Teixeira
Moitra
Campbell
O'Neill
Griswold
Hafner
Dass
Montenero
Gonzalez
Hanks
Hartmann
Hart
Du
Chu
Colon
Rodriguez
Taylor
Wickstrom
Jensen
Stuart Jr
Valath
Underhill
Billups
Torres
Van Zandt
Richards III
Sayers
Tavares
Perez
Nguyen
Powers
Casper
Hoang
Mitchell

First
Name
Pradeep
James
RuthAnn
Richard
James
Marina
Leo
Rose
Alicia
Lori
David
Mehdi
Lindsay
Pedro
Kenneth
Jennifer
Beth
Jim
Jenny
Brian
Melissa
Christopher
David
Gina
Jason
Darija
Miguel
Janice
Mark
Dennis
Kristin
Robert
Barbara
Chitralekha
Clare
Michael
Karl
Thomas
Richard
John
Nelson
Sharon
Larry
Jordan
Chi
David
Samuel
Andre
Ellenjane
Jeffrey
James
James
Patrick
Mary
Janet
Isaac
Eric
Henry
John
Dacia
Miguel
Tuan-Kiet
Natasha
Henry
Ryan
Karen

Job Title
Asst Mgr WQCP
Mgr, Arts
Library Services Manager
Sr Operator Wqc
Heavy Equip Oper
Engineer
Electrician
Library Services Manager
Coord Utility Proj - S
Util Comp Tech
Util Engr Estimator
Util Engr Estimator
Public Safety Dispatcher
Sr Mech
Heavy Equip Oper
Project Engineer
Asst City Clerk
Assoc Engineer
Library Services Manager
Util Key Acct Rep
Public Safety Dispatcher
Electrician
Water Sys Oper II
Sr Accountant
Planner
Engineer
Supt Parks
Accountant
Community Service Manager
Planner
Planner
Maint Mech
Admin Assistant
Planner
Planner
Warehouse Supv
Sr Mech
Inspector, Field Svc
WQC Plt Oper II
Contracts Administrator
Util Fld Svcs Rep
Secretary to City Attorne
Accountant
Maintenance Mechanic-Weld
Sr Water Sys Oper
Desktop Technician
Maint Mech
Inspector, Field Svc
Theater Specialist
Electrician
Util Fld Svcs Rep
Ind Waste Invtgtr
Management Spec
Admin Assistant
Claims Investigator
Lineper/Cable Spl
Heavy Equip Oper
Util Comp Tech
Bldg Inspector
Crime Analyst
Water Sys Oper II
Engineer
Police Sgt/Adv
Inspector, Field Svc
Chemist
Admin Assistant

Department
Public Works
Community Services
Library Services Department
Public Works
Utilities
Utilities
Public Works
Library Services Department
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Police
Public Works
Utilities
Utilities
City Clerk
Public Works
Library Services Department
Utilities
Police
Utilities
Utilities
Administrative Services
Planning & Community Environmt
Utilities
Community Services
Administrative Services
Community Services
Planning & Community Environmt
Planning & Community Environmt
Public Works
Police
Planning & Community Environmt
Planning & Community Environmt
Administrative Services
Utilities
Utilities
Public Works
Administrative Services
Utilities
City Attorney
Administrative Services
Utilities
Utilities
Information Technology
Public Works
Utilities
Community Services
Utilities
Utilities
Public Works
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
City Attorney
Utilities
Public Works
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
Police
Utilities
Utilities
Police
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works

Regular
Salary
92,787.07
86,394.00
86,065.64
87,300.48
68,744.05
92,872.06
81,832.01
88,108.80
88,108.80
78,426.10
91,894.41
91,894.40
68,656.30
86,682.37
68,744.03
91,345.91
85,883.20
86,798.47
80,952.00
90,987.21
78,170.62
83,761.64
75,595.46
79,990.03
87,880.00
85,765.20
81,559.32
81,993.63
81,652.44
87,880.00
87,880.00
74,810.10
83,545.47
87,880.03
87,880.03
79,643.20
84,831.01
78,512.34
77,574.72
83,988.44
66,105.34
83,782.40
81,044.68
76,576.19
85,781.72
73,694.41
74,622.60
78,689.38
78,296.44
84,927.75
71,697.70
81,952.00
40,870.92
81,208.00
79,303.25
63,430.12
69,510.94
83,844.88
81,265.64
74,853.28
69,950.40
82,451.20
23,586.20
78,780.02
82,139.21
76,091.08

Overtime
303.73
0
279.81
3,142.24
23,864.32
0
10,998.90
0
0
5,212.94
0
0
19,153.47
4,815.53
22,596.31
0
0
0
0
26.08
11,584.44
6,924.04
13,436.22
0
1,584.52
0
0
1,838.10
0
0
760.59
4,659.37
0
0
0
0
1,790.80
5,476.14
7,812.80
1,708.90
18,558.32
0
287.21
9,300.49
0
7,637.56
11,675.34
6,922.52
0
161.08
9,294.26
0
0
0
0
20,612.60
13,784.25
430.71
2,832.59
9,173.68
13,012.95
812.62
0
113.2
0
0

Cash Out
150.89
6,804.55
3,144.21
2,469.60
297.45
0
0
4,498.52
4,000.00
1,949.28
0
0
3,997.47
0
0
0
5,446.70
4,465.11
735.79
0
1,234.53
121.21
0
9,773.31
0
0
7,625.52
5,350.60
7,508.27
1,140.75
0
0
4,610.20
0
0
7,254.65
732.6
2,056.29
2,178.00
1,487.92
2,519.95
3,287.33
5,592.80
986.49
0
5,022.56
0
679.14
7,972.49
0
4,944.96
3,349.00
44,513.72
3,891.81
5,605.90
716.29
1,322.00
0
0
0
0
356.76
58,133.63
4,527.60
1,066.23
7,033.46

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Other
0
0
3,601.26
0
0
0
0
0
0
6,397.22
0
0
0
0
30
0
0
0
9,363.23
0
0
0
755.04
0
0
3,601.26
0
0
0
80
120
9,039.50
0
0
0
805.8
300
1,590.58
0
0
0
0
0
0
856.13
0
0
0
0
913.92
0
90
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
30
681.62
0
1,893.18
0
0
0

Total
Wage
93,241.69
93,198.55
93,090.92
92,912.32
92,905.82
92,872.06
92,830.91
92,607.32
92,108.80
91,985.54
91,894.41
91,894.40
91,807.24
91,497.90
91,370.34
91,345.91
91,329.90
91,263.58
91,051.02
91,013.29
90,989.59
90,806.89
89,786.72
89,763.34
89,464.52
89,366.46
89,184.84
89,182.33
89,160.71
89,100.75
88,760.59
88,508.97
88,155.67
87,880.03
87,880.03
87,703.65
87,654.41
87,635.35
87,565.52
87,185.26
87,183.61
87,069.73
86,924.69
86,863.17
86,637.85
86,354.53
86,297.94
86,291.04
86,268.93
86,002.75
85,936.92
85,391.00
85,384.64
85,099.81
84,909.15
84,759.01
84,617.19
84,275.59
84,098.23
84,056.96
83,644.97
83,620.58
83,613.01
83,420.82
83,205.44
83,124.54

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
22,896.44
7,477.61
7,616.38
19,889.84
19,889.84
19,889.84
15,032.48
17,345.10
12,690.74
1,530.19
22,896.44
15,032.48
22,896.44
19,889.84
18,511.65
19,889.84
7,616.38
19,528.78
1,729.78
22,896.44
19,889.84
22,896.44
22,896.44
1,809.80
21,380.89
15,621.35
19,889.84
18,090.52
22,896.44
7,477.61
13,667.86
8,152.82
19,889.84
22,896.44
22,896.44
9,537.41
22,396.49
8,242.27
19,889.84
11,385.92
19,889.84
17,345.10
22,896.44
7,616.38
19,889.84
19,528.78
19,917.33
30,162.73
17,345.10
18,211.68
17,381.26
17,345.10
792.66
8,772.75
17,345.10
7,094.90
19,528.78
18,156.74
19,277.04
17,345.10
20,076.15
22,814.13
2,050.89
14,754.77
15,032.48
19,889.84

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
16,917.86
15,810.10
15,750.01
16,063.29
12,648.91
17,088.46
15,057.09
16,123.91
16,212.02
14,430.40
16,908.57
16,908.57
12,632.76
15,888.73
12,648.90
16,807.65
15,716.63
15,970.92
14,814.22
16,741.65
14,383.39
15,412.14
14,048.49
14,638.18
16,169.92
15,780.80
14,925.36
15,004.83
14,942.40
16,169.92
16,169.92
13,765.06
15,288.82
16,169.93
16,169.93
14,574.71
15,576.70
14,584.43
14,273.75
15,369.88
12,163.38
15,332.18
14,831.18
14,090.02
15,910.28
13,559.77
13,730.56
14,478.85
14,406.54
15,626.71
13,192.38
15,079.17
14,861.06
14,512.49
11,671.14
12,790.01
15,427.46
14,952.88
13,773.00
12,996.29
15,171.02
6,785.13
14,440.03
15,113.61
13,889.55

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
2,847.84
5,207.82
5,188.17
2,027.71
1,609.66
2,152.54
1,865.48
5,310.76
2,006.68
1,626.59
2,091.70
2,130.44
1,569.52
2,005.84
1,609.66
2,083.76
5,177.12
1,977.04
4,881.35
2,071.46
1,783.09
1,908.92
1,725.08
4,819.90
2,001.48
1,953.98
4,917.74
4,943.77
4,923.35
2,001.48
2,001.48
1,746.24
5,036.86
2,001.48
2,001.48
4,802.72
1,967.68
1,789.84
1,808.32
2,327.13
1,550.29
5,051.02
4,886.87
1,768.00
1,950.52
1,682.20
1,742.03
1,794.60
1,785.81
1,935.12
1,676.09
1,906.84
0.00
176.08
4,783.35
1,456.27
1,626.97
1,910.79
1,852.76
1,708.36
1,636.83
1,879.28
(9,587.40)
1,789.84
1,911.00
4,578.08

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
1,684.77
1,993.18
1,972.63
1,667.65
1,629.18
1,682.35
1,526.16
1,984.24
645.46
1,562.96
1,590.79
1,668.04
1,624.92
1,647.64
1,606.20
1,528.01
1,959.52
1,645.02
1,973.22
1,649.14
1,495.09
1,629.10
1,595.94
1,863.48
1,552.45
1,619.18
1,515.55
1,919.10
1,957.99
1,626.54
1,544.25
1,584.59
1,905.96
1,595.13
1,594.80
626.58
1,585.28
1,578.30
1,567.26
1,584.95
1,473.64
1,888.54
1,853.19
1,493.47
1,579.36
1,543.17
1,546.51
1,449.42
1,419.60
1,561.64
1,533.69
1,547.83
536.64
1,857.42
1,846.79
1,381.47
1,506.17
1,541.25
1,397.40
1,447.70
1,480.60
1,522.77
948.66
1,384.65
1,521.21
1,809.93

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

10/28/11

Hire
Date
1/4/11
9/24/90
9/19/05
2/11/91
2/20/07
9/11/03
10/2/06
11/30/09
8/12/02
9/2/08
3/28/85
5/29/07
8/28/00
7/16/07
7/17/00
10/12/93
6/28/93
9/25/06
9/13/99
11/15/04
9/13/99
1/11/10
7/30/01
11/29/10
9/30/02
11/13/00
1/3/00
3/6/01
4/19/04
6/18/90
3/13/06
5/14/90
12/13/04
5/26/98
10/15/07
2/28/11
4/8/85
11/2/09
5/2/00
1/6/92
9/21/98
11/23/98
6/21/10
1/29/08
1/23/89
4/15/85
6/7/10
10/2/95
8/12/96
6/5/02
10/13/98
4/28/08
4/25/94
7/29/02
8/21/95
10/22/90
10/29/07
11/1/82
12/10/79
4/30/07
9/28/09
4/4/05
3/8/07
8/22/05
8/27/01
3/31/05

Last
Name
Dornell
Wong
Moloney
Bourquin
Pollard
Howard
Hejza
Carlet
Valdez
Jacini
Steele
Wilson
Hamilton
Moreno
Fujimoto
Weiss
Alcocer
Mc Mahon
Risen
Godinez
Urbanski
Lake
Schultz
Rowe
Sousa
Krug
Reynolds
Cheng
Cardoza
Williams
Gella
Miller
Whitley
De Silva
Rivera
Nikzat
Wilt
Lectura
Hediger
Miller
Perez
Rozo
Crary
Schneider
Martinez
Williams
Chamberlin
Petithomme
Amadeo Jr
Henderson
Jones
Castor
Ruiz
Wiggins
Farisato
Moss
Ward
Glaes
Warrior
Peiris
Gonzalez
Yang
Downey
Delaney
Saulus
Boyes

First
Name
Paul
Geoffrey
Charles
James
Julia
Renee
Thomas
Shari
Robert
John
Robert
George
Thomas
Theresa
Christopher
Julie
Dinaa
Terrance
Charles
Oscar
Connie
Christopher
Paul
Brenna
Claudio
Lynn
Brian
Evelyn
Saira
Eric
Edgardo
Thomas
Kathleen
Jonathan
Jose
Sherry
Gregory
Cecil
Wendy
Aaron
Erin
Aurora
Kenneth
Karl
Lloyd
Alison
Paul
Tony
Louis
Charles
Brian
Mary Grace
Manuel
Sekou
Victor
James
Marites
Judith
William
Sam
Joel
Kai-Ping
Sean
Anita
Brian
Molly

Job Title
Management Spec
Chemist
Bldg Inspector
Surveyor, Public Wks
Admin Assistant
Buyer
Sr Operator Wqc
Engineer
Cement Finisher Lead
Mobile Service Tech
Prod Arts/Sci Prog
Facilities Mech
Fire Fighter EMT
Human Resources Rep
Ind Waste Invtgtr
Environmental Spec
Management Analyst
Senior Fleet Services Coo
Coord Pub Wks Proj
Heavy Equip Oper-L
Supv Animal Svcs
Util Fld Svcs Rep
Bldg Inspector
Senior Human Resources Ad
Heavy Equip Oper
Inspector, Field Svc
Code Enforcement Off
Admin Assistant
Buyer
Motor Equipment Mechanic
Facilities Mech
Facilities Mech
Admin Assistant
Payroll Analyst - S
Lineper/Cable Spl
Sr Financial Anlyst
Electric Underground Insp
Engr Tech III
Zero Waste Coordinator
Maint Mech
Admin Assistant
Human Resources Rep
Inspector, Field Svc
Management Spec
Heavy Equip Oper-L
Prod Arts/Sci Prog
Court Liaison Officer
Inspector, Field Svc
Hearing Officer
Heavy Equip Oper-L
Assoc Engineer
Human Rsrce Asst Cnf
Cement Finisher
Heavy Equip Oper
Util Acct Rep
Inspector, Field Svc
Admin Assistant
Code Enforcement Off
Animal Control Off
Management Spec
Util Install/Rep
Chemist
Police Officer-Inter
Coord Library Prog
Cathodic Tech
Human Rsrce Asst Cnf

Department
Public Works
Public Works
Planning & Community Environmt
Public Works
Administrative Services
Administrative Services
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Community Services
Public Works
Fire
Human Resources
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Police
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
Human Resources
Public Works
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
Library Services Department
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
City Manager
Administrative Services
Utilities
Administrative Services
Utilities
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Community Services
Human Resources
Utilities
Fire
Public Works
Community Services
Police
Community Services
City Clerk
Public Works
Public Works
Human Resources
Public Works
Utilities
Utilities
Community Services
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
Police
Planning & Community Environmt
Utilities
Public Works
Police
Library Services Department
Utilities
Human Resources

Regular
Salary
83,063.60
82,139.20
81,265.60
79,414.40
78,000.10
80,724.86
78,315.35
82,768.00
74,520.83
78,483.20
76,380.25
69,388.80
69,264.62
75,670.40
81,952.00
74,279.43
70,043.20
78,748.80
78,529.28
73,548.80
79,643.25
63,044.18
79,702.81
77,396.80
68,889.54
78,478.53
78,041.60
75,899.21
80,724.81
73,611.20
69,388.80
69,388.80
76,205.80
68,993.65
63,702.42
70,845.60
80,083.03
69,534.51
78,353.66
74,773.06
75,899.20
75,670.40
67,288.03
79,575.00
77,761.76
75,982.49
69,653.92
78,478.46
66,081.60
73,484.51
77,531.41
66,892.80
69,680.13
68,777.10
78,501.84
78,478.41
75,899.20
78,041.60
55,972.80
78,206.25
52,779.38
78,041.60
62,895.29
77,916.16
70,283.29
67,034.48

Overtime

Cash Out

0
118.48
1,768.06
0
0
0
2,200.66
0
8,245.27
4,047.81
0
9,295.16
10,607.69
0
0
0
0
2,175.08
2,573.79
3,163.88
0
16,656.68
1,338.17
0
9,271.88
1,641.40
0
0
0
4,910.97
10,903.54
11,195.79
0
671.76
7,655.85
0
144.22
0
0
5,017.04
0
0
2,645.04
0
1,459.42
137
8,884.97
0
0
4,563.87
1,010.71
0
5,090.26
8,284.03
0
0
0
0
17,497.88
0
24,551.17
0
7,430.89
0
4,409.89
0

0
0
0
0
4,902.42
2,173.36
2,167.00
0
0
0
6,118.79
0
1,399.26
6,365.04
0
375.57
2,650.34
681.48
353.07
4,561.44
1,500.00
1,413.13
0
3,592.31
2,825.78
0
2,818.13
4,898.10
0
1,521.77
0
0
4,236.69
10,372.87
2,106.00
3,689.76
0
1,304.44
1,798.75
0
2,500.00
4,136.06
0
0
318.24
3,196.38
610.38
499.92
5,580.58
766.25
0
2,200.00
4,003.20
1,487.25
0
0
2,500.00
337.68
1,291.68
0
249.89
0
7,628.30
0
3,007.31
3,425.41

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Other
0
805.8
0
3,601.26
0
0
150
0
0
0
0
3,601.26
913.92
0
0
7,197.57
9,039.50
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
784.78
0
0
0
609.96
330
0
0
330
6,870.02
5,785.28
0
9,363.23
0
270
1,435.60
0
9,693.23
0
0
0
0
0
7,197.57
0
270
9,693.23
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,601.26
0
506.48
0
0
0
0
7,197.57

Total
Wage
83,063.60
83,063.48
83,033.66
83,015.66
82,902.52
82,898.22
82,833.01
82,768.00
82,766.10
82,531.01
82,499.04
82,285.22
82,185.49
82,035.44
81,952.00
81,852.57
81,733.04
81,605.36
81,456.14
81,274.12
81,143.25
81,113.99
81,040.98
80,989.11
80,987.20
80,904.71
80,859.73
80,797.31
80,724.81
80,653.90
80,622.34
80,584.59
80,442.49
80,368.28
80,334.29
80,320.64
80,227.25
80,202.18
80,152.41
80,060.10
79,834.80
79,806.46
79,626.30
79,575.00
79,539.42
79,315.87
79,149.27
78,978.38
78,859.75
78,814.63
78,812.12
78,786.03
78,773.59
78,548.38
78,501.84
78,478.41
78,399.20
78,379.28
78,363.62
78,206.25
78,086.92
78,041.60
77,954.48
77,916.16
77,700.49
77,657.46

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
2,062.51
9,537.41
14,754.77
895.96
7,616.38
17,345.10
22,896.44
15,032.48
19,889.84
15,032.48
7,616.38
965.12
16,008.37
17,345.10
19,528.78
965.12
3,235.43
22,896.44
19,889.84
22,896.44
8,772.75
17,219.03
19,889.84
7,616.38
15,032.48
14,754.77
19,889.84
22,896.44
19,528.78
19,917.33
19,023.26
14,754.77
22,896.44
15,032.48
8,152.82
13,736.76
19,023.26
0
8,772.75
22,896.44
33.02
22,896.44
2,563.34
0
19,889.84
8,772.75
965.12
19,889.84
1,729.78
23,201.54
22,896.44
2,596.36
19,889.84
20,076.15
19,889.84
17,345.10
18,961.19
17,345.10
8,242.27
0
15,207.96
22,896.44
7,776.17
17,414.09
19,889.84
10,403.99

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
15,113.61
14,952.87
14,612.25
14,274.02
14,853.37
14,359.53
15,229.31
13,659.28
14,440.91
13,980.76
12,767.54
18,348.30
13,847.68
15,079.17
13,667.42
12,817.91
14,489.78
14,449.39
13,532.98
14,574.71
11,600.13
14,665.32
14,163.61
12,675.68
14,584.45
14,359.65
13,889.56
14,853.37
13,544.46
12,767.54
12,767.54
13,889.55
12,694.83
11,721.25
12,964.74
14,735.28
12,794.35
14,417.07
13,758.24
13,889.55
13,847.68
12,381.00
14,562.23
14,308.16
13,980.78
12,816.32
14,440.04
12,092.93
13,521.15
14,265.78
12,241.38
12,821.14
12,654.99
14,444.34
14,440.03
13,889.55
14,359.65
10,299.00
9,804.60
14,359.65
17,894.44
14,336.57
12,932.13
12,241.38

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
0.00
1,911.00
1,852.76
1,810.90
4,704.05
1,840.54
1,818.81
1,886.40
1,733.16
1,790.12
1,733.68
1,624.22
362.95
4,564.30
1,868.10
1,695.41
3,177.02
1,834.82
1,811.95
1,717.82
4,802.72
1,481.41
1,817.59
3,894.02
1,612.94
1,789.84
1,818.96
4,578.08
1,840.54
1,719.12
1,624.22
1,624.22
4,578.08
1,576.64
1,457.47
3,561.81
1,826.70
1,627.34
1,787.24
1,745.40
4,578.08
4,564.30
1,538.16
0.00
1,812.58
1,733.68
1,591.40
1,789.84
3,989.18
1,716.37
1,807.29
4,037.80
1,630.75
1,610.40
1,790.42
1,789.84
4,553.90
1,780.22
1,322.36
0.00
1,250.40
1,818.96
6,222.01
1,943.76
1,644.24
4,037.80

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
1,235.84
1,520.11
1,435.38
1,516.25
1,817.91
1,503.70
1,497.27
1,497.33
1,495.56
1,502.87
302.9
1,483.57
1,417.54
1,796.84
1,496.89
1,515.17
1,658.47
1,418.89
1,420.53
1,467.75
1,593.54
1,447.10
1,351.91
1,772.65
1,392.22
1,477.47
1,411.25
1,779.12
1,476.72
1,438.87
1,453.44
1,387.88
1,772.44
1,735.29
1,441.68
1,312.21
307.75
1,387.83
1,468.71
1,452.58
1,773.17
1,673.92
1,374.85
1,153.84
1,446.41
302.9
1,370.34
1,426.39
1,698.60
1,430.93
1,440.14
1,678.51
1,427.33
1,420.79
1,445.64
1,441.42
1,745.22
309.66
260.24
1,133.99
1,377.24
1,375.18
1,367.81
1,304.31
1,412.72
1,641.83

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

7/4/11
9/29/11

8/26/11

Hire
Date
11/1/10
10/9/07
11/1/10
6/11/07
2/16/93
7/29/96
7/1/02
9/16/91
4/21/98
10/1/79
9/29/08
5/7/90
7/23/07
9/28/09
1/17/95
1/12/09
10/14/03
8/17/09
7/2/90
9/13/04
1/30/06
7/22/96
9/15/08
4/17/06
10/7/02
10/6/01
7/13/99
4/8/85
11/1/99
10/22/07
12/2/02
3/20/95
3/2/98
1/3/02
10/12/06
10/30/00
2/24/01
7/30/07
4/14/97
2/16/10
8/21/00
5/28/96
7/25/94
11/18/91
10/19/98
9/14/09
11/26/07
1/11/10
11/10/08
4/11/05
7/5/89
8/15/83
9/8/08
6/13/05
1/29/00
4/13/09
9/6/05
10/23/06
1/4/10
9/15/10
5/9/05
10/5/92
2/8/99
10/22/07
12/17/07
2/14/94

Last
Name
Silva
Egli
Ercolini
Perez
Davis
Young
Hughes
Rush
Barbee
Park
Katz
Miller
Smith
Brickner
Pohl
Hamilton
Croft
Elvert
Martinez
Collie
Lee
Borges Fujimoto
Simpson
Dass
Gozza
Nguyen
Gonzales
Do
Gama
Masetti
Aggarwal
Timmons
Schreckenghaust
Eva
Jones
Hirano
Bicknell
Warf
Ramirez
Medina
Estrada
Ramirez
Schroyer
Crachian
Morse
Padilla
Anderson
Kim
Sandoval
Padilla
Rebollo
Demore
Atencio
Verville
Leeman
Jojola Gonsalves
Lee
McKay
Reigel
Martin
Morwood
Wilson
Washington
Grech
Lambly
Betten

First
Name
Raul
Elizabeth
Daniel
Guiselle
Sheryl
Mary Ann
John
Barclay
Rebecca
Debbie
Debra
Martha
Gregory
Chris
Thomas
Alexandra
William
Catherine
Jose
Joseph
Cheryl
Paula
Kevin
Narine
Daniel
Thai
Regalado
Phong
Fernando
Vincent
Ruchika
Leon
Joe
Sharon
Kathleen
Richard
Richard
Jeffrey
Ramiro
Ted
Frank
Francisco
Thomas
Kevin
Rosemary
Elias
Richard
Jay
Luis
Manuel
Rick
Arlene
Jon Pierre
Jack
Duncan
Ronna
Tim
Scott
Clay
Denise
Melissa
Jackey
Jeannette
Clifford
Irene
Zariah

Job Title
Facilities Mech
Admin Assistant
Util Engr Estimator
Engr Tech III
Desktop Technician
Sr Librarian
Restoration Lead
Cust Srv Specialist-L
Prod Arts/Sci Prog
Management Assistant - S
Mgr Communications
Mgr Real Property
WQC Plt Oper II
Electrician
Police Officer-Inter
Prod Arts/Sci Prog
Tree Trim/Ln Clr
Util Acct Rep
Tree Maint Person
Park Ranger
Sr Librarian
Management Analyst
Lineper/Cable Spl
WQC Plt Oper II
Motor Equipment Mechanic
Desktop Technician
Facilities Mech
Engr Tech III
Tree Trim/Ln Clr
Maint Mech
Assoc Engineer
Util Credit/Col Spec
Senior Human Resources Ad
Coord Rec Prog
Park Ranger
Desktop Technician
Supv Open Space
Facilities Carpenter
Tree Trim/Ln Clr
Motor Equipment Mechanic
Heavy Equip Oper
Heavy Equip Oper
Fleet Svcs Coord
Sr Technologist
Engr Tech III
Facilities Painter
Elec Asst I
Assoc Engineer
Electrician
Facilities Painter
Heavy Equip Oper
Administrative Associate
Facilities Maint-L
WQC Plt Oper II
Elec Undgd Inspec
Deputy City Clerk
Laboratory Tech Wqc
Assoc Planner
Administrator, Refuse
Senior Legal Secretary Sr Librarian
Utl Install Repair-Weldin
Animal Control Off
WQC Plt Oper II
Human Rsrce Asst Cnf
Administrative Associate

Department
Public Works
Human Resources
Utilities
Public Works
Information Technology
Library Services Department
Utilities
Utilities
Community Services
Community Services
Utilities
Administrative Services
Public Works
Utilities
Police
Community Services
Public Works
Utilities
Public Works
Community Services
Library Services Department
Public Works
Utilities
Public Works
Public Works
Information Technology
Public Works
Utilities
Public Works
Public Works
Planning & Community Environmt
Utilities
Human Resources
Community Services
Community Services
Information Technology
Community Services
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Utilities
Utilities
Public Works
Information Technology
Public Works
Public Works
Utilities
Public Works
Utilities
Public Works
Public Works
City Clerk
Public Works
Public Works
Utilities
City Clerk
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
City Attorney
Library Services Department
Utilities
Police
Public Works
Human Resources
Planning & Community Environmt

Regular
Salary
66,449.64
75,899.24
77,429.60
67,129.61
73,694.40
71,931.11
73,533.63
72,300.80
75,950.29
71,878.06
52,969.45
66,255.91
68,605.36
74,588.80
58,024.00
75,799.48
62,397.44
70,300.80
63,294.40
70,686.75
65,936.98
68,479.25
60,164.82
69,694.75
73,611.20
73,694.43
69,388.80
69,534.40
62,316.80
74,100.92
74,672.00
74,464.00
65,793.60
71,023.82
71,239.75
73,694.45
70,205.04
69,388.80
62,316.80
70,676.80
68,744.01
68,744.00
68,581.23
64,076.88
69,534.45
66,850.40
59,193.58
72,792.30
71,436.81
69,388.80
69,162.53
66,227.20
68,925.11
68,044.13
72,329.60
65,856.82
72,226.93
72,342.40
60,537.60
71,425.61
71,418.89
67,801.14
55,972.82
64,678.93
66,934.66
66,847.30

Overtime
11,119.41
0
0
0
504.93
5,098.89
3,114.40
430.16
112.48
622.68
14,140.39
0
3,725.59
1,540.51
0
0
9,908.19
970.71
12,402.90
2,642.66
2,470.43
0
7,790.94
4,073.33
924.71
62.02
5,333.48
1,203.63
8,879.07
505.09
0
93.98
0
454.68
1,978.49
0
467.6
4,841.30
22.47
2,556.79
4,695.19
1,995.52
4,995.53
0
0
6,424.09
9,696.32
0
1,489.82
3,677.94
2,956.72
1,764.73
3,955.49
3,136.72
237.47
0
185.43
0
0
0
745.16
66.98
10,885.93
1,188.00
62.71
4,209.98

Cash Out
0
1,575.75
0
0
2,834.40
0
0
4,171.20
730.6
4,146.17
149.18
10,177.87
3,294.97
0
12,565.47
0
3,475.36
904.32
0
2,334.78
0
3,375.00
0
1,597.20
70.78
1,275.48
0
4,279.04
2,765.61
0
0
107.4
2,298.95
2,121.84
326.34
637.74
3,620.45
0
2,157.12
0
297.45
2,949.71
0
9,452.06
3,744.16
0
4,353.12
430.7
294.03
0
892.35
4,967.04
0
1,398.32
0
6,666.52
0
0
11,701.87
797.41
0
4,018.80
4,682.34
5,524.77
4,294.40
0

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Other
0
0
0
9,949.50
0
0
300
0
0
0
9,363.23
0
711.62
0
5,336.64
0
0
3,601.26
0
0
7,197.57
3,601.26
7,497.57
0
609.96
0
300
0
913.92
187.68
0
0
6,470.59
913.92
805.8
0
0
0
9,363.23
609.96
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
23.46
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Total
Wage
77,569.05
77,474.99
77,429.60
77,079.11
77,033.73
77,030.00
76,948.03
76,902.16
76,793.37
76,646.91
76,622.25
76,433.78
76,337.54
76,129.31
75,926.11
75,799.48
75,780.99
75,777.09
75,697.30
75,664.19
75,604.98
75,455.51
75,453.33
75,365.28
75,216.65
75,031.93
75,022.28
75,017.07
74,875.40
74,793.69
74,672.00
74,665.38
74,563.14
74,514.26
74,350.38
74,332.19
74,293.09
74,230.10
73,859.62
73,843.55
73,736.65
73,689.23
73,576.76
73,528.94
73,278.61
73,274.49
73,243.02
73,223.00
73,220.66
73,066.74
73,011.60
72,958.97
72,904.06
72,579.17
72,567.07
72,523.34
72,412.36
72,342.40
72,239.47
72,223.02
72,164.05
71,886.92
71,541.09
71,391.70
71,291.77
71,057.28

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
15,165.80
7,616.38
8,772.75
3,235.43
7,616.38
15,032.48
19,889.84
7,616.38
8,772.75
22,896.44
33.02
13,262.20
7,616.38
2,596.36
14,103.83
19,889.84
19,889.84
15,032.48
22,896.44
15,032.48
1,729.78
33.02
3,716.10
19,889.84
8,772.75
22,896.44
16,125.38
19,889.84
19,889.84
19,889.84
22,896.44
7,616.38
1,807.64
22,896.44
14,754.77
8,772.75
15,032.48
19,889.84
2,596.36
19,889.84
16,042.52
19,917.33
14,754.77
22,896.44
19,889.84
19,089.30
7,616.38
8,772.75
8,772.75
7,616.38
19,889.84
8,772.75
11,697.72
9,991.54
18,691.56
19,889.84
15,032.48
8,772.75
10,432.96
19,528.78
17,345.10
15,032.48
7,688.11
22,896.44
19,861.26
17,345.10

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
12,160.28
13,889.56
14,247.05
12,519.29
13,559.77
13,133.71
13,530.19
13,303.35
13,974.85
13,225.56
9,693.41
12,124.83
12,748.80
13,724.34
17,344.99
13,947.10
11,481.13
12,935.35
11,646.17
13,006.36
12,077.29
12,531.70
11,010.16
12,823.83
13,544.46
13,559.78
12,767.54
12,794.33
11,466.29
13,634.57
13,664.98
13,701.38
12,040.23
13,068.38
13,095.85
13,559.78
12,847.52
12,767.54
11,466.29
13,004.53
12,648.90
12,648.90
12,618.95
11,726.07
12,794.34
12,300.47
10,891.62
13,393.78
13,144.37
12,767.54
12,725.91
12,185.80
12,682.22
12,520.12
13,308.65
12,051.80
13,289.76
13,311.00
11,078.38
13,070.89
13,141.08
12,475.41
10,299.00
11,900.92
12,241.38
12,185.80

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
1,391.84
4,578.08
1,572.77
1,534.60
1,682.20
1,630.23
1,678.71
1,689.74
1,732.96
1,638.79
2,224.90
(3,053.64)
1,567.80
1,705.38
(1,651.45)
1,729.57
1,466.91
1,606.00
1,448.20
1,699.92
1,501.05
4,132.94
1,395.82
1,631.01
1,719.12
1,682.20
1,624.22
1,627.34
1,465.10
1,719.82
1,704.30
1,699.62
3,971.76
1,622.10
1,681.46
1,682.20
4,144.47
1,624.22
1,465.10
1,653.18
1,609.66
1,609.66
1,606.10
3,868.85
1,588.60
1,567.03
1,393.52
1,661.97
1,670.25
1,624.22
1,619.08
1,514.24
1,481.16
1,594.01
1,651.54
3,975.61
1,688.13
1,651.91
3,648.96
3,595.46
1,631.13
1,588.40
1,322.36
1,521.07
4,037.80
1,514.24

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
1,412.89
1,736.91
1,360.83
1,402.86
1,415.91
1,411.23
1,344.21
1,409.76
1,413.19
608.4
1,409.69
1,504.06
1,389.24
1,404.74
449.76
1,396.40
1,367.18
1,303.73
1,365.79
1,384.00
1,242.82
1,652.88
1,360.92
1,392.64
1,251.71
1,312.02
1,374.33
155.48
1,355.98
1,313.85
1,236.65
1,384.02
1,715.05
1,349.49
1,369.07
1,373.25
1,629.85
1,360.30
1,345.52
1,357.98
1,329.06
1,327.05
1,349.88
1,672.29
1,346.68
1,272.53
1,325.41
1,355.30
1,352.05
1,347.59
1,340.45
282.88
1,368.53
1,332.36
1,339.99
1,533.93
1,279.19
1,333.24
1,470.46
1,641.47
1,199.24
1,103.29
1,293.68
1,299.93
1,574.35
1,241.29

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

5/24/11

3/22/11

Hire
Date
9/3/02
7/13/02
4/16/07
6/11/90
8/4/97
2/12/03
9/8/98
1/5/09
9/11/00
6/24/96
5/21/01
8/9/99
1/5/08
3/27/89
9/4/90
7/5/06
2/17/07
1/5/09
12/20/10
3/28/11
2/23/09
4/23/01
1/20/09
6/4/01
6/30/09
12/20/10
6/12/00
5/16/11
7/14/08
2/16/99
2/19/08
10/25/99
1/7/08
1/23/06
5/18/11
1/8/01
10/10/06
3/1/10
12/6/99
4/3/06
7/14/08
9/15/08
4/15/91
10/27/08
6/2/08
11/3/08
10/28/91
1/7/91
7/23/90
6/19/95
11/6/00
12/5/05
5/26/98
2/13/01
11/24/80
8/31/98
1/11/99
2/4/08
8/31/87
1/3/11
12/16/02
10/16/00
10/25/99
9/25/06
7/2/90
4/26/10

Last
Name
Jackson
Nicolson
Bartell
Nigh
Will
Borges
Thiessen
Nattrass
Barberini
Manansala
Maraboli
Smart
Mau
Zittle
Padilla
Hagemann
Nguy
Zelling
Valath
Candelaria
Nguyen
Castaneda
Rendon
Rozo
Dallara
Kaur
Rapanut
Johnson
Parks
Solis
Doden
Sproat
Gutierrez
Zertuche
Scott
Johnson
Boatwright
Hart
Day
Shields
Lewis
Hernandez III
Paris
Rice
Boghozian
Weir
Dailey
Alipate
Bourquin
Katsanes
Driscoll
Navarret
Calvert
Nagel
Castelino
Mendez
Saldana
Pacheco
Dunn
Huezo
Bugarin
Clattenburg
Banks
Downey
Wallace-Pounds
Delapaz

First
Name
Lawrence
Murdo
Amy
Timothy
Bruce
John
Ines
Scott
Dolores
Pete
Sergio
Melissa
Kyle
Margaret
Monica
Daniel
Roger
John
Jeevan
Gil
Thanh-Tran
Francisco
Lissa
Gonzalo
Michele
Ramandeep
Joe
Heather
Linda
Agustin
Maree
Derek
Francisco
Kenneth
Stephen
Amy
Tabatha
Andrea
Janelle
Kathy
Jessica
Luis
Lewis
Danille
Edit
Jason
Karla
Kalolaine
Catherine
Darlene
Julie
Lisa
Kevin
Nancy
Jeanette
Frank
Antonio
Robert
Curtis
Lucas
Norberto
Jeany
Nichol
Reyna
Lydia
Eduardo

Job Title
Engr Tech III
Engr Tech III
Sr. Deputy City Attorney
Fire Captain EMT
Cement Finisher
WQC Plt Oper II
Program Assistant I
Maint Mech
Human Rsrce Asst Cnf
Gas Systems Technician II
Park Maint Person
Coord Utility Proj
Electrician
Engr Tech III
Sr Resource Planner
Cement Finisher
Engr Tech III
Surveying Asst
Power Engr
Management Spec
Payroll Analyst
Tree Trim/Ln Clr
Cust Srv Specialist-L
Program Assistant I
Human Rsrce Asst Cnf
Power Engr
Tree Trim/Ln Clr
Code Enforcement Off
Program Assistant I
Cement Finisher
Program Assistant II
Tree Trim/Ln Clr-L
Meter Reader
Util Fld Svcs Rep
Management Spec
Program Assistant II
Administrative Associate
Util Acct Rep
Meter Reader-Lead
Sr Librarian
Coord Rec Prog
WQC Plt Oper II
Traf Cont Maint I
Administrative Associate
Sr Librarian
Water Sys Oper II
Sr Resource Planner
Cust Svc Spec
Program Assistant II
Program Assistant II
Program Assistant II
Administrative Associate
St Sweeper Op
Sr Financial Anlyst
Program Assistant I
St Sweeper Op
Traf Cont Maint-L
Heavy Equip Oper
Park Ranger
Project Engineer
Tree Trim/Ln Clr
Administrative Associate
Acct Spec-Lead
Property Evid Tech
Administrative Associate
Maint Mech

Department
Public Works
Public Works
City Attorney
Fire
Utilities
Public Works
Community Services
Public Works
Human Resources
Utilities
Community Services
Utilities
Utilities
Public Works
Utilities
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
Administrative Services
Public Works
Utilities
Community Services
Human Resources
Utilities
Public Works
Police
Community Services
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Community Services
City Clerk
Utilities
Utilities
Library Services Department
Community Services
Public Works
Public Works
City Manager
Library Services Department
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Community Services
Community Services
Police
Public Works
Public Works
Administrative Services
Utilities
Public Works
Public Works
Utilities
Community Services
Utilities
Public Works
Fire
Administrative Services
Police
Public Works
Public Works

Regular
Salary
69,534.46
69,534.41
69,869.83
52,185.92
69,597.06
67,089.97
61,108.85
68,404.53
66,921.78
66,442.41
58,884.80
70,356.06
68,134.41
69,534.47
62,764.01
69,765.54
70,002.84
69,213.60
69,742.43
70,070.00
65,038.44
62,477.30
68,524.94
62,691.20
66,549.58
69,742.40
62,316.80
67,526.33
62,691.20
69,459.00
67,392.00
68,409.63
57,449.60
59,945.57
43,951.74
67,392.00
66,227.20
68,396.80
61,484.70
67,845.62
67,310.82
62,748.98
62,303.29
66,739.20
67,834.48
67,229.04
62,764.00
67,600.00
67,392.00
67,392.00
67,392.00
60,193.02
60,964.28
55,857.15
62,691.20
63,593.44
66,244.56
64,307.20
65,202.96
65,182.45
58,718.40
66,302.17
62,052.78
65,687.20
61,796.84
65,886.44

Overtime
0
0
0
7,465.20
646.36
2,903.13
158.24
2,142.81
0
3,181.22
0
103.5
1,069.09
0
0
175.14
0
0
343.9
0
73.73
6,645.10
1,100.81
678.15
0
0
7,085.23
1,492.54
0
0
1,093.50
516.07
2,900.12
4,688.58
0
145.8
1,898.46
0
6,883.74
218.41
288
4,065.24
5,641.57
581.24
0
526.61
0
0
40.32
0
0
0
4,980.86
0
0
1,295.70
531.66
2,445.68
1,472.94
1,166.40
6,866.66
0
443.26
0
735.45
245.04

Cash Out
1,504.35
1,504.35
1,136.15
11,327.12
600.48
715.05
0
0
3,597.37
853.47
2,547.90
0
1,238.04
802.32
7,542.00
0
183.87
900.18
0
0
4,528.62
808.92
198.12
1,921.43
3,218.63
0
269.64
0
429.5
0
0
288.45
1,657.20
2,773.00
24,927.29
291.6
286.56
0
0
0
453.84
417.01
0
573.12
0
0
4,989.69
0
0
0
0
0
1,311.30
1,874.40
4,353.13
1,981.52
0
0
0
0
762.21
0
3,780.79
521.4
3,610.06
0

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Other
0
0
0
0
0
0
9,363.23
0
0
0
9,039.50
0
0
0
0
323.73
0
0
0
0
360
0
0
4,511.26
0
0
0
533.12
6,397.22
0
805.8
0
7,197.57
1,715.80
0
601.15
0
0
0
0
0
805.8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7,197.57
0
9,363.23
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Total
Wage
71,038.81
71,038.76
71,005.98
70,978.24
70,843.90
70,708.15
70,630.32
70,547.34
70,519.15
70,477.10
70,472.20
70,459.56
70,441.54
70,336.79
70,306.01
70,264.41
70,186.71
70,113.78
70,086.33
70,070.00
70,000.79
69,931.32
69,823.87
69,802.04
69,768.21
69,742.40
69,671.67
69,551.99
69,517.92
69,459.00
69,291.30
69,214.15
69,204.49
69,122.95
68,879.03
68,430.55
68,412.22
68,396.80
68,368.44
68,064.03
68,052.66
68,037.03
67,944.86
67,893.56
67,834.48
67,755.65
67,753.69
67,600.00
67,432.32
67,392.00
67,392.00
67,390.59
67,256.44
67,094.78
67,044.33
66,870.66
66,776.22
66,752.88
66,675.90
66,348.85
66,347.27
66,302.17
66,276.83
66,208.60
66,142.35
66,131.48

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
8,772.75
22,896.44
23,467.73
6,918.08
10,909.89
15,032.48
223.34
17,345.10
15,032.48
19,889.84
3,289.16
19,528.78
8,772.75
19,889.84
22,896.44
22,203.64
7,616.38
7,616.38
8,469.17
0
15,032.48
22,896.44
15,032.48
33.02
15,032.48
8,320.13
7,477.61
5,033.55
1,855.12
19,917.33
9,537.41
22,896.44
10,403.99
9,537.41
7,807.44
33.02
22,896.44
8,772.75
14,754.77
17,345.10
22,896.44
9,331.54
19,889.84
7,616.38
22,842.71
19,528.78
22,896.44
19,889.84
22,896.44
8,772.75
19,889.84
1,729.78
19,889.84
2,596.36
19,889.84
19,528.78
8,772.75
7,616.38
19,889.84
7,771.39
22,896.44
8,033.91
7,616.38
33.02
10,202.49
22,896.44

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
12,794.34
12,794.33
12,786.18
13,646.62
12,805.86
12,344.55
11,244.03
12,586.43
12,241.38
12,225.40
10,834.80
12,945.52
12,536.73
12,794.34
11,485.81
12,836.86
12,794.33
12,735.30
12,832.61
11,967.07
11,495.82
12,608.59
11,702.62
12,178.57
12,832.60
11,466.29
12,325.46
11,535.18
12,780.46
12,400.13
12,587.37
10,570.73
11,197.42
12,400.13
12,185.80
12,585.01
11,313.18
12,383.88
12,385.19
11,545.81
11,463.81
12,280.01
12,481.54
12,370.14
11,485.81
12,438.40
12,400.13
12,400.13
12,400.13
11,061.51
11,217.43
10,221.86
11,535.18
11,701.19
12,189.00
11,832.52
11,997.34
11,944.10
10,804.19
12,199.60
11,393.59
12,086.44
11,370.62
12,123.10

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
1,627.34
1,627.34
4,216.40
(11.16)
1,628.90
1,572.48
1,399.09
1,601.97
4,037.80
1,557.96
1,387.88
1,607.19
1,661.07
1,627.34
3,790.02
1,632.68
1,627.34
1,581.44
1,418.95
0.00
1,487.58
1,474.73
1,566.09
1,434.68
4,017.13
1,418.95
1,465.10
939.99
1,434.68
1,625.80
1,540.50
1,602.16
1,355.64
1,411.68
(4,296.40)
1,540.50
1,514.24
1,563.16
1,446.33
1,538.18
1,538.66
1,473.98
1,464.80
1,525.76
1,550.45
1,575.58
3,790.02
1,545.18
1,541.41
1,540.50
1,540.50
1,376.86
1,434.58
3,375.64
1,434.68
1,493.67
1,553.37
1,471.06
1,529.87
1,437.45
1,383.98
1,515.89
1,417.52
1,502.14
1,414.66
1,545.26

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
1,318.33
1,118.34
1,614.26
1,144.02
1,314.70
1,303.75
1,298.70
1,311.91
1,581.58
1,298.66
1,289.04
1,268.61
1,304.84
1,304.02
1,539.22
1,300.43
1,242.12
1,238.65
1,162.42
1,016.02
1,290.30
1,280.04
1,295.37
1,286.37
1,567.61
1,157.47
1,281.27
1,131.29
1,282.57
1,265.18
1,288.34
1,277.39
1,262.77
1,262.61
1,177.84
1,277.78
1,265.61
1,253.29
1,257.05
1,256.49
977.22
1,252.85
1,242.28
1,196.31
1,259.82
1,259.79
1,475.50
1,125.71
1,253.92
1,260.08
1,191.44
1,111.62
1,238.99
1,365.81
276.08
1,231.12
1,248.35
1,244.48
1,229.69
1,149.72
1,214.37
1,233.56
1,230.59
1,152.95
1,229.83
1,231.87

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

3/30/11

8/26/11

Hire
Date
7/25/83
10/15/01
10/23/02
1/2/96
2/14/94
1/19/99
1/17/06
3/28/01
9/8/97
4/2/07
8/29/05
6/30/97
3/13/00
6/14/10
1/5/09
6/11/07
5/15/06
2/10/01
1/29/01
5/1/06
10/27/08
1/31/05
8/19/91
11/24/08
6/12/00
3/27/00
4/19/11
9/27/10
6/5/95
3/15/10
5/16/00
10/19/98
6/26/95
5/5/97
9/28/09
6/23/08
5/8/00
8/28/00
4/17/95
10/15/96
6/28/99
3/29/04
9/12/06
12/14/09
9/9/02
11/20/06
6/5/89
3/20/00
4/7/97
12/6/10
6/21/10
9/11/00
9/18/06
11/7/05
10/28/96
9/23/03
7/10/00
10/25/10
10/10/07
4/1/02
8/17/98
11/24/97
11/19/01
4/10/00
1/10/01
10/14/08

Last
Name
Irving
Reed
Vasquez
Hoang
Hausler
Myers
Ritchie
Miskelly
Dehlinger
Jimenez
Hara
Vega
Richins
Neff
Boucher
Tunc
Magana
Mora
Peck
Davis
Martin
Jaca Jr
Tecson Jr
Goodman
Duncan
Mcpherson
Krebs
Lowman Jr.
Adkins
Pillay
Curtis
Salas
Weatherford
Claeys
Goulart
Ramirez
Gibbons
Caudill
Tamale
Morquecho
Asher
Berkey
Miranda
Murray
Haruta
Jeong
Sekator
Tuifua
Lamberson
Duran
Hackmann
Spotwood
Grey
Hill
Rutherford
Harper
Serna
Lizama
Berson
Jensen
Oliveira
Tapia
Cushman
Escamilla
Ellner
Monk

First
Name
David
Dentell
Vincent
Dong
Dave
Lisa
Steven
Dale
Michael
Patrick
Robert
Andrew
Karen
Kim
Ken
Deniz
Cecilia
Fermin
Sandy
Phyllis
Joseph
Loreto
Vicente
Jessica
Dave
Todd
Eric
Alan
Margaret
Suguna
Richard
Ampelio
Jeanny
Richard
Carlos
Ernesto
Virginia
Susan
Salote
Dolores
Debra
Joe
Michael
Melissa
Kelly
Brian
Mary
Talanoa
Dana
Joseph
Richard
Alicia
Kim
Michael
Roxanne
James
Jeanette
Richard
Ariel
Crystal
Fernando
Oracio
Casey
Andrez
Robin
Erik

Job Title
Librarian
Util Locator
Gas System Tech
Bldg Serviceperson-L
Util Locator
Park Ranger
Storekeeper
Animal Services Spec II
Cust Svc Represent
Heavy Equip Oper
Ind Waste Inspec
Bldg Serviceperson-L
Librarian
Util Locator
St Maint Asst
Admin Assistant
Buyer
St Sweeper Op
Cust Svc Represent
Administrative Associate
Meter Reader
Veterinarian Tech
Acct Spec
Sr Librarian
Tree Maint Person
Parks/Golf Crew-Lead
Management Spec
Util Fld Svcs Rep
Program Assistant I
Laboratory Tech Wqc
Program Assistant I
Parks/Golf Crew-Lead
Admin Assistant
Acct Spec-Lead
Traf Cont Maint Ii
Motor Equipment Mechanic
Program Assistant I
Program Assistant I
Administrative Associate
Administrative Associate
Administrative Associate
Meter Reader
Prod Arts/Sci Prog
Coord Rec Prog
Administrative Associate
Engr Tech III
Administrative Associate
Acct Spec
Administrative Associate
Facilities Mech
Management Spec
Administrative Associate
Administrative Specialist
Print Shop Assistant - H
Administrative Associate
St Sweeper Op
Program Assistant I
Util Install/Rep Ast
Prod Arts/Sci Prog
Cust Svc Represent
Storekeeper
Sprinkler Sys Repr
Animal Control Off
St Sweeper Op
Administrative Associate
Engr Tech III

Department
Library Services Department
Utilities
Utilities
Public Works
Utilities
Community Services
Utilities
Police
Utilities
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Library Services Department
Utilities
Public Works
City Auditor
Administrative Services
Public Works
Utilities
City Manager
Utilities
Police
Administrative Services
Library Services Department
Utilities
Community Services
Public Works
Utilities
Public Works
Public Works
Community Services
Community Services
Information Technology
Administrative Services
Public Works
Public Works
Community Services
Public Works
Planning & Community Environmt
Police
Public Works
Utilities
Community Services
Community Services
Utilities
Utilities
Public Works
Administrative Services
Police
Public Works
Public Works
Planning & Community Environmt
Utilities
Utilities
Fire
Public Works
Community Services
Utilities
Community Services
Utilities
Public Works
Community Services
Police
Public Works
Planning & Community Environmt
Utilities

Regular
Salary
62,900.48
65,561.60
63,627.26
55,103.68
64,297.60
65,633.23
60,216.07
62,396.85
61,464.07
63,951.37
63,536.00
55,834.24
62,933.67
64,044.80
59,099.63
58,098.43
64,374.41
60,611.22
62,706.83
61,141.57
57,535.51
57,365.25
57,844.88
63,994.01
64,577.32
64,064.00
47,625.22
53,729.62
62,691.22
63,872.81
62,709.93
64,064.00
63,675.07
62,025.97
54,512.55
63,056.00
62,691.21
62,691.20
61,796.87
61,915.60
63,160.02
58,160.69
49,885.83
60,174.32
63,046.98
62,296.03
61,796.82
57,844.81
61,796.80
59,488.00
61,564.50
61,826.62
61,611.69
62,394.93
61,796.84
60,611.20
62,691.20
49,769.60
62,650.12
61,464.01
60,216.00
59,883.20
55,972.86
60,616.26
61,796.83
59,744.04

Overtime
2,964.80
236.4
169.69
10,625.56
1,371.60
14.4
4,568.93
3,163.27
3,535.43
1,238.00
1,786.95
4,689.90
2,195.49
544.5
5,756.23
0
357.8
3,210.58
2,144.05
0
0
2,766.88
3,483.64
614.97
0
0
0
9,964.93
1,650.17
441.05
90.42
0
0
513.6
0
0
0
0
0
267.42
191.04
2,415.52
0
152
92.48
808.78
991.73
3,003.97
512.56
3,520.75
1,423.50
0
1,151.78
366.56
0
131.13
0
12,400.97
0
709.31
0
0
3,698.46
1,609.90
378.86
2,390.09

Cash Out
0
0
1,988.35
0
0
0
788.89
0
531.9
0
0
1,016.80
0
535.84
249.12
6,949.16
284.58
1,165.60
0
0
0
4,552.62
3,337.20
0
0
462
16,792.35
699.25
0
0
1,475.35
0
299
1,339.65
0
101.4
0
553.97
1,663.76
0
0
2,762.00
13,416.76
2,856.08
0
0
267.39
2,183.09
713.04
0
0
950.72
0
0
0
1,952.38
0
0
0
0
2,316.00
2,461.55
1,668.42
0
0
0

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Other
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
323.73
0
3,601.26
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,614.79
7,197.57
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9,363.23
699.96
805.8
240
0
1,240.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
913.92
0
0
506.48
0
360
0
0
913.92
0
0
0

Total
Wage
65,865.28
65,798.00
65,785.30
65,729.24
65,669.20
65,647.63
65,573.89
65,560.12
65,531.40
65,513.10
65,322.95
65,142.20
65,129.16
65,125.14
65,104.98
65,047.59
65,016.79
64,987.40
64,850.88
64,756.36
64,733.08
64,684.75
64,665.72
64,608.98
64,577.32
64,526.00
64,417.57
64,393.80
64,341.39
64,313.86
64,275.70
64,064.00
63,974.07
63,879.22
63,875.78
63,857.36
63,497.01
63,485.17
63,460.63
63,423.02
63,351.06
63,338.21
63,302.59
63,182.40
63,139.46
63,104.81
63,055.94
63,031.87
63,022.40
63,008.75
62,988.00
62,777.34
62,763.47
62,761.49
62,710.76
62,694.71
62,691.20
62,677.05
62,650.12
62,533.32
62,532.00
62,344.75
62,253.66
62,226.16
62,175.69
62,134.13

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
19,889.84
19,528.78
19,528.78
19,943.57
22,896.44
8,772.75
8,772.75
8,772.75
7,616.38
19,250.77
17,049.23
965.12
19,889.84
7,583.36
19,528.78
8,772.75
8,772.75
22,896.44
19,528.78
10,909.89
9,247.62
7,616.38
9,537.41
8,772.75
15,032.48
19,889.84
5,125.44
18,474.88
22,896.44
22,896.44
7,616.38
19,889.84
22,896.44
8,772.75
2,563.34
15,775.88
8,381.04
9,437.83
22,896.44
17,345.10
8,772.75
22,896.44
5,540.02
22,477.18
15,032.48
7,616.38
22,896.44
8,772.75
7,616.38
14,474.36
0
19,889.84
0
0
19,889.84
17,345.10
8,772.75
21,184.60
22,703.23
8,772.75
8,772.75
19,889.84
22,943.43
22,943.43
22,896.44
8,772.75

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
11,573.69
12,063.33
11,707.42
10,139.08
11,830.76
12,076.51
11,079.76
11,481.02
11,309.39
11,767.05
11,690.62
10,273.50
11,579.80
11,784.24
10,874.33
10,632.01
11,844.89
11,152.46
11,538.06
11,250.05
10,586.53
10,555.21
10,643.46
11,774.90
11,882.23
11,787.78
9,886.25
11,472.49
11,752.60
11,538.63
11,787.78
11,652.54
11,393.59
10,030.31
11,602.30
11,535.18
11,535.18
11,370.62
11,538.05
11,621.44
10,701.57
9,178.99
11,072.07
11,600.64
11,462.47
11,370.61
10,643.45
11,370.61
10,945.79
11,266.30
11,376.10
10,363.28
10,415.95
11,370.62
11,152.46
11,535.18
9,250.80
11,486.21
11,309.38
11,079.74
11,018.51
10,299.01
11,153.39
11,370.62
10,992.90

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
1,439.47
1,538.16
1,455.74
1,302.72
1,509.66
1,540.00
1,417.78
1,428.21
1,407.12
1,501.77
1,492.50
1,319.24
1,440.20
1,503.96
1,392.73
3,124.31
1,472.68
1,426.62
1,435.08
1,407.89
1,357.50
1,314.96
1,325.74
1,464.08
1,515.85
1,504.36
(4,184.56)
1,137.50
1,434.68
1,500.01
1,495.56
1,504.36
2,665.73
1,417.52
1,289.45
1,464.02
1,434.68
1,434.68
1,414.66
1,414.66
1,445.30
1,371.53
1,139.17
1,378.05
1,442.75
1,425.84
1,414.66
1,325.74
1,414.66
1,252.68
0.00
1,415.33
0.00
0.00
1,414.66
1,426.62
1,473.42
1,058.33
1,428.69
1,407.12
1,417.78
1,410.24
1,322.36
1,426.73
1,414.66
1,368.44

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
139.88
1,226.88
1,221.81
1,133.81
1,221.45
1,226.94
1,148.73
1,223.25
1,197.50
1,221.30
1,216.11
1,196.62
1,215.27
1,154.67
1,195.80
1,347.00
1,213.05
1,068.41
1,203.94
1,203.74
1,134.04
1,198.79
1,198.61
1,207.60
1,207.98
1,016.47
1,123.51
1,181.37
1,197.97
1,134.39
1,206.10
1,196.39
1,326.69
1,194.59
1,117.43
1,196.55
1,193.40
1,193.75
1,166.49
1,050.15
1,191.07
1,171.86
1,121.79
1,170.34
1,182.80
1,186.92
1,176.78
1,108.10
1,183.69
1,037.13
913.33
1,176.16
910.07
910.04
1,175.17
1,172.62
1,179.57
1,012.13
1,136.86
1,123.31
1,173.93
1,165.66
1,055.68
1,095.26
1,164.02
1,167.69

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date
3/29/11

3/30/11
3/30/11

3/30/11

Hire
Date
11/8/93
7/27/09
1/30/06
10/30/00
9/5/00
11/11/06
6/18/01
6/11/07
6/18/01
4/9/11
8/26/02
8/15/05
3/11/91
11/10/08
9/7/10
10/1/01
1/3/00
7/26/05
12/24/97
10/13/08
4/29/02
5/27/08
9/12/94
10/26/09
4/11/11
2/28/11
1/25/99
1/7/80
11/3/97
12/6/10
9/23/02
1/9/06
11/2/09
7/19/99
3/3/08
8/31/07
11/29/99
9/5/89
1/20/04
1/27/03
6/8/98
3/27/00
3/1/10
10/25/10
1/14/00
4/10/95
9/26/05
6/25/90
6/9/11
1/22/07
12/19/07
3/28/11
8/30/04
1/31/11
4/21/08
8/7/89
3/11/96
2/20/01
3/28/94
3/26/01
8/14/08
12/1/08
9/3/91
1/28/08
9/12/00
6/25/07

Last
Name
Loscutoff Jr
Anderson
Bradley
Leggett
Grivas
Macartney
January
Ford
Evans
Dame
Zlatunich
Hess
Marquez
Shelton
Colin
Green
Barajas
Anabtawi
Palacio
Wetzel
Chang
Silva
Hickson
Celestino
Javelosa-Rio
Camino
Serumalani
White
Jimenez
Brazil
Hoang
Vela
Lett
Watson
Gill
Goulart
Pereira
Tompkins
Seoane
Silva
Mora
Wright
Cardoza
Estorga
Aguilar
Quillman
Silva
Ngo
Shupe
Ancheta
Keegan
Tinsley
Frederick
Long-Scott
Scrogings
Skolmen
Revilla
Santacruz
Steel
Bodenlos
Pfeifer
Dale
Henderson
Mosqueda
Savage
Berta

First
Name
Jerry
Paul
Kathleen
Chris
Sandra
Cody
Janice
Shannon
Rhei-Ling
Mary
Andrew
Alexander
Roberto
Matthew
Juan
Lisa
Jose
Ranya
Lisa
Richard
Hsiu-Hsing
Paula
Sandra
Vergie
Amy
Lorie
Ratu
Joyce
Arturo
David
Cuong
Misael
Joshua
Matt
Suneet
Dean
Rui
Robert
Marta
Miguel
Gabriel
Clifton
Derek
Casey
Isaias
Margaret
Roger
Ieng
Heather
Jonathan
Christina
Louis
Chauntyl
Shane
Chris
Robert
Brian
Baldemar
John
Susan
Roland
Dorothy
Stacy
Eric
Carla
Joshua

Job Title
Acct Spec-Lead
Park Maint - Lead
Contracts Administrator
St Sweeper Op
Administrative Associate
Animal Control Off
Administrative Associate
Administrative Associate
Administrative Associate
Management Spec
Traf Cont Maint I
Storekeeper-L
Sprinkler Sys Repr
WQC Plt Oper II
Management Spec
Administrative Associate
Park Maint Person
Administrative Associate
Cust Svc Represent
Management Spec
Library Associate
Police Records Specialist
Animal Services Spec II
Acct Spec
Management Spec
Executive Assistant to th
Sprinkler Sys Repr
Sr Financial Anlyst
Park Maint Person
Util Install/Rep
Industrial Waste Technici
Sprinkler Sys Repr
WQC Plt Oper II
Library Associate
Acct Spec-Lead
Storekeeper
Offset Equip Op
Sr Librarian
Project Specialist - H
Meter Reader
Community Serv Offcr
Acct Spec
WQC Plt Oper II
Prod Arts/Sci Prog
Bldg Serviceperson-L
Library Specialist
Offset Equip Op
Bldg Serviceperson-L
Management Spec
Traf Cont Maint Ii
Prod Arts/Sci Prog
Electrician
Library Specialist
Supv Wqc Oper
Acct Spec
Library Associate
Park Maint Person
Park Maint Person
Motor Equipment Mechanic
Management Assistant - S
Management Spec
Administrative Associate
Community Serv Offcr
Community Serv Offcr
Administrative Associate
Acct Spec

Department
Administrative Services
Community Services
Administrative Services
Public Works
Utilities
Police
Utilities
Fire
Fire
Administrative Services
Public Works
Administrative Services
Community Services
Public Works
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
Community Services
Utilities
Utilities
Public Works
Library Services Department
Police
Police
Administrative Services
Administrative Services
City Manager
Community Services
Administrative Services
Community Services
Utilities
Public Works
Community Services
Public Works
Library Services Department
Administrative Services
Utilities
Administrative Services
Library Services Department
Information Technology
Utilities
Police
Administrative Services
Public Works
Community Services
Community Services
Library Services Department
Administrative Services
Community Services
Human Resources
Public Works
Community Services
Utilities
Library Services Department
Public Works
Administrative Services
Library Services Department
Community Services
Community Services
Public Works
Library Services Department
Utilities
Public Works
Police
Police
Public Works
Administrative Services

Regular
Salary
57,715.10
61,393.60
32,879.30
61,497.85
61,796.84
28,885.87
61,796.83
61,796.82
61,796.81
53,730.16
61,694.78
60,447.27
59,883.27
56,878.47
61,532.40
61,499.12
58,884.80
61,125.97
61,227.65
61,312.39
58,203.65
56,851.85
60,860.80
51,308.02
40,918.00
59,268.81
59,883.21
34,939.60
58,884.80
49,745.78
56,343.20
59,883.20
57,856.46
58,260.20
59,934.41
59,914.41
55,081.44
53,445.60
59,643.12
57,213.44
57,033.60
57,844.85
54,925.13
58,605.19
54,870.88
54,943.10
57,911.97
53,848.48
50,989.57
58,149.12
59,105.54
58,155.20
54,895.55
53,996.64
55,843.22
58,052.88
58,884.86
58,884.80
58,147.98
53,960.43
58,704.00
58,676.87
57,059.52
57,033.63
57,406.30
58,015.00

Overtime
100.49
0
0
174.84
111.43
32,259.64
0
0
0
0
0
1,194.36
0
1,875.69
0
0
0
0
88.66
0
3,091.54
618.34
0
0
1,023.40
0
0
0
979.77
10,774.07
1,852.31
0
1,399.50
1,884.69
0
0
2,037.89
4,864.92
0
1,677.93
493.57
0
1,631.93
570.51
2,658.46
2,197.61
421.31
2,572.40
0
0
0
826.42
1,583.72
3,993.31
3,121.52
837.4
0
0
0
1,383.63
0
0
0
658.09
0
0

Cash Out
4,286.88
0
29,059.80
262.26
0
753.48
0
0
0
7,998.86
0
0
0
2,779.50
0
0
2,519.59
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18,875.00
1,544.04
0
25,802.14
764.37
0
2,293.33
518.22
981
0
0
0
2,638.00
1,370.40
0
745.74
1,645.20
1,668.60
1,433.90
225.36
1,753.98
2,111.20
887.81
2,808.91
5,688.27
1,006.92
0
0
0
975.12
0
0
0
0
0
3,375.00
0
0
1,371.00
712.92
0
250.29

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Other
0
609.96
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,719.72
0
0
0
0
240
0
0
0
3,601.26
0
9,522.55
0
0
913.92
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
350
0
1,435.60
0
0
30
30
0
2,493.21
0
0
0
2,488.70
0
0
0
0
0
609.96
0
0
0
0
0
910
0

Total
Wage
62,102.47
62,003.56
61,939.10
61,934.95
61,908.27
61,898.99
61,796.83
61,796.82
61,796.81
61,729.02
61,694.78
61,641.63
61,602.99
61,533.66
61,532.40
61,499.12
61,404.39
61,365.97
61,316.31
61,312.39
61,295.19
61,071.45
60,860.80
60,830.57
60,816.40
60,812.85
60,797.13
60,741.74
60,628.94
60,519.85
60,488.84
60,401.42
60,236.96
60,144.89
59,934.41
59,914.41
59,757.33
59,680.92
59,643.12
59,637.11
59,522.37
59,513.45
59,426.56
59,401.06
59,283.32
59,281.91
59,251.09
59,229.79
59,171.05
59,156.04
59,105.54
58,981.62
58,967.97
58,965.07
58,964.74
58,890.28
58,884.86
58,884.80
58,757.94
58,719.06
58,704.00
58,676.87
58,430.52
58,404.64
58,316.30
58,265.29

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
16,580.44
69.16
2,551.40
19,889.84
8,772.75
17,345.10
7,616.38
19,889.84
13,536.43
2,062.51
7,616.38
22,896.44
15,899.06
22,896.44
-536.46
17,345.10
19,889.84
7,683.48
11,674.55
0
22,896.44
15,899.06
17,345.10
1,729.78
3,041.36
11,872.27
19,889.84
2,335.50
19,917.33
22,103.78
19,889.84
15,032.48
19,889.84
22,896.44
17,345.10
22,896.44
16,698.35
19,889.84
0
22,896.44
22,896.44
7,616.38
33.02
7,616.38
22,896.44
19,889.84
19,889.84
19,889.84
699.02
7,909.81
16,542.73
10,923.86
18,011.70
20,282.84
8,772.75
7,616.38
22,896.44
20,076.15
15,032.48
22,896.44
0
16,580.44
7,616.38
8,772.75
965.12
22,029.86

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
10,619.58
11,296.42
6,016.91
11,315.60
11,370.62
5,258.43
11,370.62
11,370.61
11,370.61
11,351.84
11,109.64
11,018.52
10,465.64
11,315.84
10,834.80
11,247.18
11,265.89
10,709.47
10,403.89
11,198.39
9,440.68
10,846.19
11,018.51
6,393.95
10,834.80
9,153.22
10,367.15
11,018.51
10,645.59
10,719.88
11,027.93
10,973.03
10,134.98
9,833.99
10,470.06
10,558.58
10,643.45
10,106.22
10,783.35
10,041.37
10,109.53
10,597.89
9,908.12
10,655.89
10,875.42
10,700.56
10,100.78
9,935.38
10,275.15
10,623.68
10,834.81
10,834.80
10,699.23
9,928.72
10,796.54
10,498.95
10,494.19
10,730.20
10,643.45

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
1,322.85
1,444.18
(4,190.12)
1,440.77
1,414.66
701.92
1,414.66
1,414.66
1,414.66
(3,105.54)
1,451.09
1,382.70
1,410.24
1,342.66
0.00
1,407.96
1,387.88
1,399.56
1,440.55
0.00
1,333.81
1,303.33
1,393.60
1,178.61
(4,461.77)
2,982.97
1,410.24
(4,504.71)
1,387.88
1,057.88
1,291.85
1,410.24
1,325.92
1,334.99
1,372.67
1,404.73
1,302.15
1,226.68
0.00
1,350.30
1,346.28
1,325.74
1,279.37
1,196.23
1,297.43
1,260.37
1,365.74
1,274.55
(4,316.72)
1,366.01
1,353.98
1,180.85
1,259.28
1,135.55
1,280.74
1,330.42
1,387.88
1,387.88
1,371.30
1,238.38
0.00
1,344.46
1,346.85
1,346.28
1,315.78
1,319.69

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
1,074.96
1,171.13
1,094.75
1,035.29
1,166.01
1,086.50
1,166.33
1,162.05
1,168.07
940.52
1,162.43
1,154.32
1,156.16
1,143.50
892.22
1,141.70
1,149.91
1,093.22
1,157.43
889.03
1,145.11
1,020.73
1,145.05
997.56
1,057.23
1,369.27
1,126.52
195.05
1,112.92
1,104.13
1,066.44
1,138.73
1,128.61
1,127.92
1,129.01
1,127.81
1,112.36
1,073.33
864.83
1,118.17
982.37
1,123.70
1,116.92
1,124.29
1,036.82
1,110.50
1,051.03
970.67
1,059.22
1,118.06
1,080.09
1,079.29
1,104.14
1,024.28
975.6
1,052.21
1,100.00
1,012.84
833.2
1,139.95
851.21
1,043.65
1,107.99
1,038.54
1,106.46
1,098.28

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

8/15/11

7/28/11

7/7/11

12/9/11

7/17/11
7/28/11

Hire
Date
3/1/10
11/16/09
10/17/83
1/18/11
9/8/10
12/8/08
5/2/11
12/7/09
6/24/09
2/10/92
3/15/10
11/7/05
2/4/85
10/29/07
10/21/03
8/30/99
6/11/07
3/26/01
1/2/10
7/5/00
8/4/86
4/22/96
2/6/01
9/16/96
2/10/05
2/7/05
3/8/10
6/20/83
1/8/01
2/9/11
8/8/05
1/8/01
12/13/10
3/23/92
9/13/01
12/13/04
6/19/00
10/2/06
7/28/01
5/16/05
5/12/97
10/16/06
8/6/07
8/24/92
7/30/07
11/30/09
4/24/06
5/3/04
6/25/07
12/3/07
1/2/10
1/1/06
2/2/09
8/16/10
10/4/10
7/5/00
5/16/05
1/4/11
12/15/08
1/2/96
9/8/09
1/10/11
3/10/08
12/6/10
10/27/08
1/3/11

Last
Name
Maan
Carter
Tran
Neuman
Brown
Dean
Waldorph
Rafael
Knightstep
Maratas
Chanthery
Durham
Law
Pennington
Tran
Vilorio
Rodriguez
Clarkson
Wirth
Turner
Gutierrez
Henley
Quick
Schade
Krever
Sigua
Ecklund
Leslie
Gallucci
Kennedy
Caraballo
Johnson
Berry
Wilson
Pfeiffer
Ramirez
Morrill
Guzman
Nguyen
Bergen
Sanchez
Joice
Pena
Cardoso
Izquierdo
Duchon
Haines
Sundstrom
Armer
OConnor
Robinson
Bakal
Charles
Vargas
Willard
Padilla
Schuster
Radu
Mejia
Burman
Ruiz
Ling
Gomes
Tlatelpa
Shimon
Contreras

First
Name
Preet
Althea
Vicki
Paul
Norman
Mark
Joshua
Henry
Heidi
Linda
Anvi
Kathleen
Frances
Christine
Peter
Oscar
Dominic
Leslie
Stan
Carol
Elaine
Anita
Christopher
William
Allen
David
Deanne
William
Karol
Sean
Heidi
Matthew
Glenn
Roland
Peter
Suzanne
Maria
Maria
Anh
Daniel
Hector
Andrew
Genaro
Maristela
Luis
Rebecca
Brian
Marilou
Jennifer
Kevin
William
Heather
Ouida
Jose
Matthew
Jose
Anthony
Catrinel
Eli
Bill
Renee
Rocky
Gene
Roman
Lucy
Oliver

Job Title
Cust Svc Represent
Program Assistant I
Library Associate
Desktop Technician
Management Spec
Wtr Mtr Crs Cn Tec
Police Officer-Inter
Bldg/Plg Technician
Public Safety Dispatcher
Police Records Specialist
Laboratory Tech Wqc
Coor Trans Sys Mgmt - S
Animal Control Off
Library Asst
Community Serv Offcr
Community Serv Offcr
Equip Operator
Administrative Associate
Util Install/Rep-L
Administrative Associate
Administrative Associate
Community Serv Offcr
Community Serv Offcr
Elec Asst I
Acct Spec
Library Specialist
Tree Maint Person
Bldg Serviceperson
Administrative Associate
Management Spec
Police Records Specialist
WQC Plt Oper II
Tree Trim/Ln Clr
Heavy Equip Oper-L
Library Specialist
Program Assistant I
Community Serv Offcr
Police Records Specialist
Library Specialist
Library Asst
Bldg Serviceperson
Library Specialist
Equip Maint Serv Per
Library Specialist
Cust Svc Spec
Administrative Associate
Prod Arts/Sci Prog
Acct Spec
Planner
Heavy Equip Oper
Util Install/Rep
Junior Museum & Zoo Educa
Library Services Manager
Heavy Equip Oper
Util Install/Rep
Refuse Disp Atten
Refuse Disp Atten
Administrative Associate
Project Specialist - H
Library Asst
Administrative Specialist
Fire Captain EMT
Heavy Equip Oper
Wtr Mtr Crs Cn Tec
Acct Spec
Util Install/Rep

Department
Utilities
Utilities
Library Services Department
Information Technology
Utilities
Utilities
Police
Planning & Community Environmt
Police
Police
Public Works
Planning & Community Environmt
Police
Library Services Department
Police
Police
Public Works
Utilities
Utilities
Planning & Community Environmt
Utilities
Police
Police
Utilities
Administrative Services
Library Services Department
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Police
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
Library Services Department
Community Services
Police
Police
Library Services Department
Library Services Department
Community Services
Library Services Department
Public Works
Library Services Department
Utilities
Utilities
Community Services
Administrative Services
Planning & Community Environmt
Public Works
Utilities
Community Services
Library Services Department
Public Works
Utilities
Public Works
Public Works
Police
Utilities
Library Services Department
Utilities
Fire
Public Works
Utilities
Administrative Services
Utilities

Regular
Salary
54,941.62
58,114.37
58,052.84
57,886.38
57,823.02
56,720.83
52,463.20
57,158.40
44,717.86
56,523.15
32,178.64
42,776.44
55,972.85
49,260.26
57,135.36
57,033.60
54,746.55
57,227.51
51,876.85
56,867.21
56,867.22
57,033.63
57,033.60
56,971.25
56,880.07
55,020.81
56,560.39
52,395.20
56,498.15
42,328.07
55,182.40
55,623.84
55,391.20
45,115.04
55,067.66
55,561.97
54,572.66
55,182.42
54,891.20
50,516.81
51,314.52
55,066.31
53,915.92
54,891.30
52,776.83
54,564.80
51,433.20
44,496.01
48,841.02
54,287.79
48,509.82
47,018.40
49,835.76
53,396.00
47,724.64
52,769.63
52,943.16
53,600.00
53,510.58
50,420.70
51,894.31
44,944.08
42,058.09
51,045.30
52,182.99
47,448.33

Overtime
1,580.50
0
0
105.57
0
1,099.27
154.12
638.91
11,611.51
497.5
16,211.70
12,820.55
1,584.52
1,079.62
267.35
0
2,540.07
0
5,208.71
266.6
0
0
0
20.39
0
801.82
296.49
3,587.00
30.76
0
39.8
220.68
684.6
3,456.33
870.98
246.88
0
0
514.7
4,681.41
20.88
0
57.5
0
1,314.96
248.24
2,753.00
0
0
50
5,723.08
0
0
578.78
5,437.28
323.51
466.24
0
0
1,678.63
992.58
3,765.33
1,338.66
1,723.25
0
5,057.11

Cash Out
240.03
0
0
0
0
0
2,290.21
0
1,438.02
736.48
0
2,138.74
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
246.06
0
0
0
0
1,055.60
0
0
0
14,153.71
1,246.91
435.6
0
1,261.29
0
0
0
238.77
0
0
3,752.50
0
459.9
0
433.8
0
593.46
1,272.31
5,658.12
0
0
0
4,295.07
0
656.96
608.88
206.26
0
0
1,161.12
0
4,155.42
3,689.37
0
401.6
0

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Other
1,435.60
0
0
0
0
0
2,892.64
0
0
0
9,363.23
0
0
7,197.57
0
350
0
0
60
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
805.8
0
0
0
0
0
6,129.07
0
0
1,155.80
0
0
0
0
0
609.96
0
360
0
0
8,796.05
0
0
0
7,197.57
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5,728.67
0
0
0

Total
Wage
58,197.75
58,114.37
58,052.84
57,991.95
57,823.02
57,820.10
57,800.17
57,797.31
57,767.39
57,757.13
57,753.57
57,735.73
57,557.37
57,537.45
57,402.71
57,383.60
57,286.62
57,227.51
57,145.56
57,133.81
57,113.28
57,033.63
57,033.60
56,991.64
56,880.07
56,878.23
56,856.88
56,788.00
56,528.91
56,481.78
56,469.11
56,280.12
56,075.80
55,961.73
55,938.64
55,808.85
55,728.46
55,421.19
55,405.90
55,198.22
55,087.90
55,066.31
55,043.28
54,891.30
54,885.59
54,813.04
54,779.66
54,564.37
54,499.14
54,337.79
54,232.90
54,215.97
54,130.83
53,974.78
53,818.88
53,702.02
53,615.66
53,600.00
53,510.58
53,260.45
52,886.89
52,864.83
52,814.79
52,768.55
52,584.59
52,505.44

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
21.28
8,772.75
22,896.44
17,266.55
0
7,616.38
788.72
8,772.75
9,359.87
10,909.89
2,406.04
20,333.10
17,345.10
1,729.78
22,896.44
8,772.75
22,896.44
15,032.48
22,896.44
17,345.10
17,345.10
17,345.10
22,896.44
22,896.44
7,616.38
7,616.38
8,772.75
8,381.04
22,896.44
2,413.88
16,147.58
22,896.44
17,578.90
9,797.16
8,772.75
19,528.78
9,537.41
19,710.29
7,616.38
22,896.44
22,896.44
17,345.10
15,032.48
17,345.10
7,616.38
8,772.75
7,616.38
2,296.39
8,708.14
19,889.84
22,896.44
1,729.78
14,232.69
19,469.20
19,917.33
20,076.15
9,437.83
7,780.77
0
8,772.75
0
4,535.57
5,417.05
8,469.17
19,889.84
17,577.99

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
10,109.26
10,693.04
10,681.72
10,651.09
10,436.63
14,345.39
10,517.15
8,228.09
10,400.26
5,920.87
7,870.86
10,299.00
9,063.89
10,512.91
10,558.58
10,073.37
10,529.86
9,545.34
10,463.57
10,463.57
10,494.19
10,494.18
10,482.71
10,465.93
10,068.81
10,407.11
9,640.72
10,395.66
10,153.56
10,234.79
10,191.98
8,301.17
10,132.45
10,223.40
10,105.77
10,153.57
10,099.98
9,295.09
9,441.87
10,106.30
9,807.02
10,100.00
9,710.94
10,039.92
9,463.71
8,187.27
8,986.75
9,988.95
8,925.81
8,651.39
9,119.94
9,824.86
8,781.33
9,709.61
9,741.54
9,862.40
8,815.25
9,277.41
8,474.02
12,505.11
7,738.69
9,392.34
9,601.67
8,725.96

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
1,260.44
1,331.74
1,330.42
1,180.11
0.00
1,339.10
3,760.34
1,310.14
1,022.89
1,295.90
786.88
980.43
1,322.36
1,132.47
1,309.83
1,346.28
1,294.67
1,311.76
1,230.10
1,303.64
1,303.64
1,346.28
1,346.28
1,344.86
1,304.03
1,262.14
1,335.45
1,241.76
1,295.34
0.00
1,265.68
1,310.33
1,170.76
1,053.82
1,239.03
1,274.33
1,290.87
1,265.68
1,259.18
1,160.82
1,218.03
1,259.95
1,258.66
1,259.18
1,211.75
1,251.91
1,181.44
1,025.38
1,112.87
1,283.79
1,154.39
1,082.12
3,014.32
1,130.89
1,017.43
1,250.34
1,254.24
1,095.25
0.00
1,158.64
0.00
(13.95)
985.03
1,083.81
1,198.30
1,002.88

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
843.87
1,101.52
199.94
968.41
838.43
1,096.51
899.43
1,097.39
999.38
1,092.49
971.59
1,469.02
193.18
1,079.48
1,020.52
1,023.33
1,077.71
1,072.89
1,069.77
1,082.68
1,082.11
949.58
1,080.62
1,078.91
1,085.90
1,078.85
1,079.28
245.18
997.79
847.23
1,083.51
1,038.16
1,052.45
985.63
1,064.37
925.86
859.88
1,054.49
992.22
973.13
1,034.41
1,047.56
994.93
1,045.52
980.49
981.74
1,016.55
1,051.41
981.22
1,067.66
1,024.37
1,026.89
1,401.94
1,028.38
1,020.70
1,024.94
1,027.28
944.48
775.9
950.91
766.86
861.79
941.34
940.25
1,005.78
851.7

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

Hire
Date
12/20/10
8/31/09
9/8/92
11/9/10
6/3/91
10/5/09

Last
Name
Kredel
LaRosa
Bingham
Tannous
Ojeda
Malae

First
Name
Stephen
Christopher
Brian
Jeanette
Richard
Justin

Job Title
Util Install/Rep
Meter Reader
Heavy Equip Oper
Property Evid Tech
Bldg Serviceperson
St Maint Asst

Department
Utilities
Utilities
Utilities
Police
Community Services
Public Works

Regular
Salary
49,379.22
49,254.40
51,696.06
51,521.60
50,511.65
48,517.93

Overtime
2,007.51
1,491.84
0
0
509.79
1,302.10

Cash Out
0
1,392.86
0
0
380
365.92

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Other
895.8
0
0
0
0
913.92

Total
Wage
52,282.53
52,139.10
51,696.06
51,521.60
51,401.44
51,099.87

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental
7,940.94
7,616.38
22,483.70
8,772.75
19,528.78
19,889.84

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension
9,085.78
9,062.81
9,512.08
9,479.97
9,294.14
8,927.30

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension
1,050.53
1,132.30
1,226.02
1,054.56
1,199.38
1,154.54

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation
0
0
0
0
0
0

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare
990.83
998.88
522.12
858.86
982.09
808.5

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

Hire
Date

Last
Name

First
Name

Job Title

Department

Regular
Salary

Overtime

Cash Out

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Other

Total
Wage

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

Hire
Date

Last
Name

First
Name

Job Title

Department

Regular
Salary

Overtime

Cash Out

Page 17 of 25

Other

Total
Wage

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

Hire
Date

Last
Name

First
Name

Job Title

Department

Regular
Salary

Overtime

Cash Out

Page 18 of 25

Other

Total
Wage

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

Hire
Date

Last
Name

First
Name

Job Title

Department

Regular
Salary

Overtime

Cash Out

Page 19 of 25

Other

Total
Wage

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

Hire
Date

Last
Name

First
Name

Job Title

Department

Regular
Salary

Overtime

Cash Out

Page 20 of 25

Other

Total
Wage

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

Hire
Date

Last
Name

First
Name

Job Title

Department

Regular
Salary

Overtime

Cash Out

Page 21 of 25

Other

Total
Wage

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

Hire
Date

Last
Name

First
Name

Job Title

Department

Regular
Salary

Overtime

Cash Out

Page 22 of 25

Other

Total
Wage

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

Hire
Date

Last
Name

First
Name

Job Title

Department

Regular
Salary

Overtime

Cash Out

Page 23 of 25

Other

Total
Wage

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

Hire
Date

Last
Name

First
Name

Job Title

Department

Regular
Salary

Overtime

Cash Out

Page 24 of 25

Other

Total
Wage

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare

City of Palo Alto CY 2011


Notes:
Job Title:

Employees that have retired and return to the City for limited employment in accordance with CalPERS
requirements are titled as Management Spec. and actual retirement date is listed.

Regular Salary:

Includes all regular pay which may include working out of class.

Cash Out:

May include vacation, holiday, management annual leave, comp. time, professional development, excess
management reimbursement, sick (applies to SEIU hired on or before 7/1/83, Mgmt 12/1/83, IAFF*
12/31/83, PAPOA* 8/1/86 *100% if PAPOA/IAFF retired due to a disability).
May include car allowance, moving expense, domestic partner medical expense, employee referral award,
rent subsidy, paramedic recertification, field training premium, court liaison premium, building inspector
certification, water, gas, waste system certification, SEIU bi-lingual pay, PAPOA (police) retention pay,
back pay award, commute expenses paid, tool allowance (SEIU), medical reimbursement, Mayor & Vice
mayor expense allowance.

Other:

Employer Contribution to Negative contributions in most cases reflect those employees that have given notice of retirement or
retired. The offset is an increase to the employee's wage and the employee then pays the pension
Employee Portion of
contribution.
Pension:

Retirement
or Separation
Date

Hire
Date

Last
Name

First
Name

Job Title

Department

Regular
Salary

Overtime

Cash Out

Page 25 of 25

Other

Total
Wage

Employer
Contribution
to Medical,
Vision & Dental

Employer
Contribution
to
Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Employee
Portion of Pension

Employer
Contribution
to Deferred
Compensation

Employer
Contribution
to Life, LTD,
and Medicare