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Time for some transparency

Original post made by Transparency, Atherton: other, on May 19, 2014

Now that Atherton wants to redivert surpluses into increasing expenses rather than decreasing taxes, as promised, here is the list of what Atherton employees were paid in 2012. Two years ago.

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Top earner: Sherman Hall, at $234.513,39 as a police sergeant. Next comes police sergeant Anthony Kockler at $228,223.

Police dispatcher John Mattes is at $149,434.

Remember, two years ago, and the APOA just got a HUGE raise to compensate them for giving up some other perks.

Sounds like these guys are underpaid and our surplus needs to get diverted. NOT.

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