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Fullerton public employees’ pay and pension data
PAY DETAILS for Fullerton’s 898 city employees (2019).
PENSIONS of Fullerton’s 758 retired city employees (2019).
THE AVERAGE annual pension and benefit package for full-career retired city employees in 2019 was $95,216.10.
FULLERTON’S RETIRED city employees received pensions and benefits in 2019 totaling $43,323,672.48.
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Fullerton Joint Union High School District’s pay and benefits
PAY AND BENEFITS for the school district's 1,891 teachers, administrators and other employees (2017).
Fullerton Elementary School District’s pay and benefits
PAY AND BENEFITS for the school district's 2,174 teachers, administrators and other employees (2015).
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Category Archives: Bonds
By Jon Coupal and Matt Dababneh | Picture yourself on Election Day at your local polling place and looking over a lengthy ballot. Or, try to recall when you were at home reviewing your mail-in ballot. In choosing your elected … Continue reading
It didn’t take long for the public employee unions’ investments in the campaigns of Assembly Member Sharon Quirk Silva and state Senator Josh Newman to pay off bigtime. Both voted in lockstep with their fellow Democrats last night to pass … Continue reading
Facing unfunded pension and retiree medical liabilities of $220 billion or more, California has the highest debt total of all the 50 states, yet voters are asked every election to approve even more bonded debt and to vote for candidates … Continue reading
FULLERTON CITY COUNCIL: Mayor Doug Chaffee and Mayor Pro Tem Greg Sebourn were both re-elected. To see the votes, please click here. FULLERTON JOINT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD: All three incumbents were re-elected — Robert N. “Bob” Hathaway (20.4%), Robert … Continue reading
By Mike Shedlock | There are 166 tax increase proposals on the ballot in California. 118 of them are bond proposals. It matters little what the proposals are for. Forget about any claim that “it’s for the kids.” Politicians have … Continue reading
Why you should vote NO on Measure J — the $574 million bond measure for the North Orange County Community College District
[Editor’s Note: Below are comments delivered to the Fullerton City Council on October 21 by Connie Lanzisera who signed the rebuttal to the argument in favor of Measure J along with FACT’s president, Jack Dean. Fullerton city council member Bruce … Continue reading
By Jack Dean | Fullerton residents who attended the last city council meeting on August 5 specifically to comment on Agenda Item #12 – the Downtown Core and Corridors Specific Plan – left the meeting wondering how much more abuse … Continue reading
My thoughts on the Fullerton City Council’s unanimous vote passing a resolution supporting Proposition 13 and other recent local developments
By Barry Levinson| The FUJHSD has placed a $175 million bond issue on the November ballot. The NOCCCD has also placed a $574 million bond issue on the November ballot. The City of Fullerton, when it has the chance to … Continue reading
By Jack Dean | The lone vote last night against putting the $175 million bond measure on the ballot was FJUHSD board member Barbara Kilponen, who said: “Citizens are bearing new taxes or increased taxes and costs on all sides … Continue reading
As we noted yesterday, there were two meetings last night that were competing for concerned taxpayers’ attention — the City Council and the Fullerton Joint Union High School District Board of Trustees. As expected, the FJUHSD board voted to put … Continue reading