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Thursday, August 29, 2013

MCFARLANE SAYS HE NEEDS TO BRING UNION HEALTH CARE COSTS TO 'MARKET' VALUE

Interesting that the man that runs a transit agency is talking about our benefits and 'markets'

Let's take a look at some of the 'market' salaries and compare Mcfarlanes

As reported in the Oregonian newspaper, the official mayoral salary for Portland was $118,273 in the budget year ending June 30, 2010. According to the Oregon government salary database maintained by the Oregonian, that salary did not include any premium pay or overtime. For perspective, the mayoral salary is substantially higher than the estimated Portland per capita income of $29,147, as well as the estimated Portland median household income of $50,203.

BEAVERTON -- Being Beaverton's mayor no longer means cashing the city's biggest paycheck.
Not for Denny Doyle, at least.
Doyle in 2008 campaigned that he would cut mayoral salary by 10 percent if he defeated incumbent Rob Drake. And in 2009, Doyle's first year as mayor, he did just that -- earning $132,297, which includes a $4,200 vehicle allowance. SOURCE


McRats pay is $221,00 way above market for this area
 

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