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How Much Do City Employees Make?

A list of the most recent salary data.

Ever wonder how much Pacifica city employees make?

A database on the California State Controller's Office tells all. It provides information about public employee salaries, health, dental and vision insurance and even their pension plans. 

The most recent data in the database is from 2010 and is listed below. Keep in mind that an employee's salary, for instance what they might have been told during the hiring process, is listed here as their "Annual Salary Minimum". "Total wages subject to Medicare", however, represents the actual cost of the employee to the city in 2010. The difference between their salary and the total wages subject to Medicare can consist of overtime or health insurance cash outs. 

Also note that since this list is from 2010, it shows former City Attorney Cecilia Quick's salary, then the highest among the city's employees. in efforts to save money and close a budget deficit. Also, the salary and wages listed for the Director of Planning are for Michael Crabtree's last year in that position, so they are larger than they would have been in past years. 

2009 data, plus a comparison of Pacifica city employee compensation compared to neighboring towns can . 

DepartmentJob TitleAnnual Salary MinimumAnnual Salary MaximumTotal Wages Subject to Medicare (Box 5 of W-2)Health, Dental, Vision City Attorney City Attorney $192,989 $192,989 $200,751 $8,577 City Manager City Manager $185,436 $185,436 $195,872 $13,952 Fire Deputy Fire Chief $156,576 $164,712 $184,185 $1,649 Police Police Chief $152,280 $175,116 $164,287 $1,560 Engineering Director Of Public Works/City Engineer $152,136 $174,012 $172,718 $16,164 Planning & Building Dir. Of Planning/City Planner $150,540 $172,176 $212,760 $16,570 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Administration Director Of Parks, Beaches & Recreation $147,528 $168,708 $145,554 $16,164 City Manager Administrative Services Dir. $141,192 $162,804 $172,849 $1,983 Police Police Captain $134,880 $155,112 $146,441 $13,854 Police Police Captain $134,880 $155,112 $140,249 $13,854 Police Police Captain $134,880 $155,112 $164,395 $13,854 Wastewater Treatment Plant Director Of Waste Water Treatment Plant-Coll & Plant Oper $134,400 $154,560 $135,177 $1,440 Fire Fire Battalion Chief $118,080 $137,052 $179,842 $13,851 Fire Fire Battalion Chief $118,080 $137,052 $177,959 $11,851 Public Works Field Services Manager $111,300 $128,004 $125,198 $1,440 Fire Paramedic Coordinator $107,976 $154,944 $166,793 $1,440 Wastewater Treatment Plant Waste Water Treatment Plant Collections Sys. Manager $105,084 $123,276 $123,095 $16,080 Wastewater Treatment Plant Waste Water Treatment Plant Plant Manager $105,084 $123,276 $122,647 $8,039 Finance Assistant Finance Director $100,176 $115,188 $126,675 $1,743 Wastewater Treatment Plant Waste Water Treatment Plant Asst. Superint. - Maint. $100,080 $117,408 $130,460 $1,440 Finance Mis Manager $95,892 $110,796 $118,880 $7,830 Fire Fire Battalion Chief $93,672 $111,696 $155,317 $15,094 Fire Fire Captain $93,672 $111,696 $132,733 $1,200 Fire Fire Captain $93,672 $111,696 $62,429 $1,200 Fire Fire Captain $93,672 $111,696 $120,257 $8,127 Fire Fire Captain $93,672 $111,696 $55,328 $1,200 Fire Fire Captain $93,672 $111,696 $134,715 $14,190 Public Works Publick Works Superintendent $90,576 $109,356 $114,476 $1,440 Public Works Publick Works Superintendent $90,576 $109,356 $121,012 $8,039 Wastewater Treatment Plant Associate Civil Engineer $88,128 $106,428 $107,932 $15,599 Engineering Associate Civil Engineer $88,128 $103,332 $100,926 $16,080 Engineering Associate Civil Engineer $88,128 $103,332 $100,629 $7,830 Engineering Associate Civil Engineer $88,128 $103,332 $102,449 $16,080 City Manager City Clerk/Executive Assistant $87,492 $100,620 $116,688 $4,635 Police Police Sergeant $85,680 $115,104 $153,622 $1,200 Police Police Sergeant $85,680 $115,104 $153,693 $1,200 Police Police Sergeant $85,680 $115,104 $146,726 $14,724 Police Police Sergeant $85,680 $115,104 $137,058 $14,724 Police Police Sergeant $85,680 $115,104 $130,115 $14,724 Police Police Sergeant $85,680 $115,104 $162,881 $14,724 Police Police Sergeant $85,680 $115,104 $145,903 $1,200 Police Police Sergeant $85,680 $115,104 $145,533 $13,981 Finance Systems Specialist $79,920 $95,280 $107,565 $720 Police Systems Specialist $79,920 $95,280 $108,647 $720 Fire Firefighter-Paramedic B-6 $78,036 $98,604 $113,755 $1,200 Fire Firefighter-Paramedic B-6 $78,036 $98,604 $107,473 $16,860 Fire Firefighter-Paramedic A-6 $76,128 $96,204 $118,620 $16,516 Fire Fire Captain $76,128 $96,204 $135,442 $8,127 Fire Firefighter-Paramedic A-6 $76,128 $96,204 $118,034 $16,860 Fire Firefighter-Paramedic A-6 $76,128 $96,204 $103,541 $16,860 Fire Firefighter-Paramedic A-6 $76,128 $96,204 $113,870 $9,030 Fire Firefighter-Paramedic A-6 $76,128 $96,204 $116,266 $7,799 Fire Firefighter-Paramedic A-6 $76,128 $96,204 $76,760 $1,200 Fire Firefighter-Paramedic A-3 $76,128 $83,064 $119,769 $7,590 Planning & Building Associate Planner $75,744 $89,316 $97,961 $7,830 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Senior Services Food / Sr Services Supervisor $75,276 $86,568 $88,504 $14,524 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Child Care Childcare Supervisor $75,276 $86,568 $96,563 $1,440 Police Police Records Supervisor $74,292 $90,060 $88,506 $13,878 Planning & Building Management Analyst I $74,076 $85,308 $91,677 $8,577 Public Works Publick Works Supervisor $73,320 $93,192 $86,759 $13,878 Public Works Publick Works Supervisor $73,320 $93,192 $83,289 $13,878 Public Works Publick Works Supervisor $73,320 $93,192 $103,218 $720 Police Police Comm. Supervisor $72,756 $96,552 $109,783 $1,200 Police Corporal $72,756 $101,712 $133,289 $14,124 Police Corporal $72,756 $101,712 $136,300 $7,590 Police Corporal $72,756 $101,712 $134,814 $1,503 Police Corporal $72,756 $101,712 $137,775 $14,724 Police Corporal $72,756 $101,712 $129,266 $14,724 Police Corporal $72,756 $101,712 $146,071 $14,724 City Manager Human Resources Analyst $72,372 $88,740 $96,579 $1,440 Public Works Senior Equipment Mechanic $71,760 $85,620 $87,833 $13,878 Planning & Building Assistant Planner $71,088 $86,376 $87,343 $13,804 Planning & Building Assistant Planner $71,088 $86,376 $75,994 $13,878 Fire Firefighter-EMT B-6 $71,016 $91,596 $89,409 $7,304 Fire Firefighter-EMT B-6 $71,016 $91,596 $85,768 $16,860 Fire Firefighter-Engineer-EMT B-6 $71,016 $91,596 $72,211 $16,860 Fire Firefighter-EMT B-6 $71,016 $91,596 $87,282 $16,860 Fire Firefighter-EMT A-3 $69,288 $76,224 $87,698 $16,860 Fire Firefighter-EMT A-3 $69,288 $76,224 $99,162 $8,337 Police Police Officer $69,288 $96,852 $107,417 $13,524 Police Police Officer $69,288 $96,852 $111,507 $14,724 Police Police Officer $69,288 $96,852 $142,266 $1,200 Police Police Officer $69,288 $96,852 $108,176 $8,337 Fire Firefighter-Engineer-EMT A-6 $69,288 $89,364 $94,352 $16,860 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator III $67,788 $101,700 $104,885 $14,265 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator III $67,788 $101,700 $161,569 $7,110 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator III $67,788 $101,700 $142,341 $720 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator III $67,788 $101,700 $119,799 $13,804 Wastewater Treatment Plant Laboratory Supervisor $65,436 $82,020 $101,635 $7,033 Finance Account Technician III $64,752 $70,080 $72,644 $13,501 City Attorney Executive Assistant $64,080 $73,752 $69,796 $16,080 Planning & Building Code Enforcement Officer $62,196 $81,540 $87,845 $7,857 Public Works Mechanic $62,172 $74,148 $74,929 $13,501 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator II $60,300 $95,832 $109,666 $720 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator II $60,300 $95,823 $121,551 $7,110 Wastewater Treatment Plant Electrical Instrum. Tech II $60,300 $95,832 $90,437 $720 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator II $60,300 $101,700 $104,591 $13,766 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator II $60,300 $95,832 $118,761 $720 Police PD Evidence & Prop Tech III $60,048 $71,616 $90,748 $7,110 Police Public Safety Dispatcher $59,244 $78,588 $74,902 $14,724 Police Public Safety Dispatcher $59,244 $78,588 $99,559 $1,200 Police Public Safety Dispatcher $59,244 $78,588 $96,894 $8,127 Police Public Safety Dispatcher $59,244 $78,588 $99,011 $13,981 Police Public Safety Dispatcher $59,244 $78,588 $91,685 $14,724 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Child Care Child Care Assist. Supervisor $58,932 $70,332 $57,212 $13,378 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Senior Services Senior Program Coordinator $55,752 $66,612 $77,211 $720 Public Works Equipment Operator $55,716 $66,108 $79,702 $1,023 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator I $54,984 $88,920 $79,422 $7,110 Wastewater Treatment Plant Laboratory Technician $54,984 $88,920 $93,178 $720 Wastewater Treatment Plant Electrical Instrum. Tech I $54,984 $88,920 $87,202 $720 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator I $54,984 $88,920 $71,376 $14,265 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Child Care Child Care Site Coordinator $54,804 $65,412 $73,290   —   Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Child Care Child Care Site Coordinator $54,804 $65,412 $66,347 $1,023 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Child Care Child Care Site Coordinator $54,804 $65,412 $5,354 $1,156 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Child Care Child Care Assist. Supervisor $54,804 $65,412 $67,051 $13,028 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Child Care Child Care Site Coordinator $54,804 $65,419 $65,908 $13,501 Public Works Building Maint. Specialist $54,072 $64,428 $41,973 $13,878 Public Works Equipment Operator $54,072 $64,428 $66,335 $13,878 Public Works Building Maint. Specialist $54,072 $64,428 $70,856 $13,878 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Recreation Recreation Coordinator $53,892 $64,164 $71,717 $7,110 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Aquatics Recreation Coordinator $53,892 $64,124 $76,053 $303 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $123,058 $8,127 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $41,089 $6,135 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $49,439 $3,963 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $121,382 $1,200 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $110,482 $7,304 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $112,792 $8,337 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $105,159 $1,200 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $114,840 $8,337 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $119,433 $1,200 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $46,966 $8,127 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $99,319 $7,513 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $121,192 $1,409 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $133,516 $7,590 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $102,271 $8,337 Police Police Officer $53,304 $96,852 $100,279 $14,724 Finance Account Technician III $53,124 $70,080 $82,292 $720 Finance Account Technician II $53,124 $70,080 $75,593 $720 Public Works Ranger $52,812 $62,976 $64,644 $7,110 Public Works Maintenance Worker I $50,760 $61,272 $56,585 $13,878 Public Works Maintenance Worker I $50,760 $61,272 $60,364 $13,878 Public Works Assistant Tree Trimmer $50,760 $61,272 $71,873 $7,110 Public Works Assistant Tree Trimmer $50,760 $61,272 $23,495 $2,962 Public Works Maintenance Worker I $50,760 $61,272 $62,499 $13,878 Public Works Maintenance Worker I $50,760 $61,272 $60,361 $13,878 Public Works Tree Trimmer $50,760 $61,272 $64,914 $13,878 Public Works Maintenance Worker I $50,760 $61,272 $64,386 $13,878 Public Works Tree Trimmer $50,760 $61,272 $60,019 $13,501 Public Works Maintenance Worker I $50,760 $61,272 $66,685 $7,319 Public Works Tree Trimmer $50,760 $61,272 $65,926 $13,728 Public Works Tree Trimmer $50,760 $61,272 $64,914 $13,878 Public Works Maintenance Worker I $50,760 $61,272 $58,644 $13,998 Finance Administrative Assistant $49,440 $59,028 $65,230 $7,110 Fire Administrative Assistant $49,440 $59,028 $51,094 $13,501 Planning & Building Permit Technician $49,440 $59,028 $52,197 $13,878 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Administration Administrative Assistant $49,440 $59,028 $57,554 $11,100 Police Administrative Assistant $49,440 $59,028 $67,219 $720 Police Police Records Clerk $47,461 $57,567 $53,129 $14,268 Police Police Records Clerk $47,460 $57,564 $70,079 $720 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Senior Services Van Driver $46,908 $59,844 $60,980 $13,501 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Senior Services Food Service Coordinator $43,054 $54,873 $53,147 $7,110 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Child Care Child Care Teacher III (Lead) $40,992 $48,888 $48,894 $13,878 City Manager Administrative Clerk II $40,992 $48,888 $52,947 $7,033 Planning & Building Administrative Clerk II $40,992 $48,888 $65,467 $720 Wastewater Treatment Plant Administrative Clerk II (30Hr) $40,992 $48,888 $53,301 $720 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Child Care Child Care Technician $40,692 $49,500 $59,026   —   Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Child Care Child Care Teacher III (Lead) $40,692 $49,500 $48,444 $13,878 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Child Care Child Care Teacher III (Lead) $40,692 $49,500 $49,800 $13,678 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Child Care Child Care Teacher III (Lead) $40,692 $49,500 $57,472 $7,110 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Child Care Child Care Teacher III (Lead) $36,456 $42,528 $49,036 $13,878 Parks, Beaches and Recreation - Child Care Child Care Teacher II $36,456 $42,528 $51,902 $720 Police Property Clerk $22,728 $27,144 $39,074 $1,023 City Council Councilmember $8,400 $8,400 $19,247   —   City Council Councilmember $8,400 $8,400 $20,231 $1,649 City Council Councilmember $8,400 $8,400 $20,184 $1,440 City Council Councilmember $8,400 $8,400 $13,570 $7,753 City Council Councilmember $8,400 $8,400 $7,316 $7,830

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Mary Ann Nihart January 12, 2012 at 02:44 PM
Camden, thanks for including the explanation. The Task Force, City Council and even our employees realize that significant reductions had to take place. This data from 2010 does not reflect those reductions. 2011 data is unavailable until at least the W-2's have been completed and everything reported to the state which may be some months. In the meantime, I refer everyone to the Patch articles, such as the one on Nov 13, 2010, or Tribune articles through the year that detail new reductions in contracts that will be reflected in 2011 and 2012. These contracts can also be found as part of the public record. Currently, we are just completing contract negotiations with all of our 9 employee unions and soon will begin another round. Since the financial task force began, our current employee compensation reduction in the 5-year plan totals about $4.7 million. Individually, these contract reductions total as much as 15% of what the employee had previously earned. The five-year financial plan has always included employee compensation reductions of around $8 million. Since these reductions are already ongoing, must be completed as each contract is negotiated, and are not options that can be easily implemented by public or council vote, they were not included in the additional options discussed at last night's open house. I can speak for myself here and say we will continue to work with our employees on further reductions to reach a sustainable city budget and fair compensation.
hutch January 12, 2012 at 04:07 PM
Mary Ann, I want to thank you for all your hard work. You put the city before your personal interests unlike some other council members. You said: "Currently, we are just completing contract negotiations with all of our 9 employee unions and soon will begin another round." So does this mean the negotiations are not completed or that we are starting again to negotiate? Have any of the unions ratified the contracts? When can we expect accurate numbers on the cuts we already made to employees?
hutch January 12, 2012 at 05:30 PM
And thank you Mary Ann for having the courage to say publicly that you "will continue to work with our employees on further reductions to reach a sustainable city budget and fair compensation." I call for the other council members to make the same pledge.
Dale Weideman January 12, 2012 at 10:14 PM
I appreciate the posting by Camden and the response by Mary Ann and others. One thing that continues to concern me is that Mary Ann and Camden say the "Annual Salary Minimum" is the actual salary rate by which all staff are paid. But the State Comptroller website says, in the explanatory note for that column, that Annual Salary Minimum is the minimum for that job classification, while Annual Salary Maximum is what you would expect, the Annual Salary Maximum for the classification. It is not credible that *every* employee is only getting the minimum for their classification range. In most organizations, most people earn above the mid-point for their range, so unless it can be demonstrated that Pacifica employees only earn the minimum for their range *in every case* we should assume that the average salary is at or somewhat above the mid-point for the range.
Dale Weideman January 12, 2012 at 10:29 PM
Is $100K (plus pension, plus health benefits) the new normal? Is that what we should expect to pay staff in Pacifica? This is an honest question I'm struggling with. At the information session last night Mary Ann said, "You know, a nurse makes over $100K." A Finance Task Force member said, "My wife and I both make over $100K -- you need to make that much to live around here." And, "Do we really want to drive salaries down to the bottom?" I tend to agree. Many Pacifica city staff live in town and as a neighbor, I want them to be able to pay a mortgage and live comfortably, and at $100K per year, that's not easy in Pacifica. But on the other hand, as an employer -- and remember, our city staff works for us, the citizens -- we could find qualified people at *much* lower rates than what we pay. Let's not focus on the top jobs, like City Manager, which pays around $200K. That's a high-level job with $25 million in budget responsibility and management over hundreds of staff. But do we need to pay a Police Communications Supervisor $110K + health benefits + pension? Do we need to pay a Public Works Field Services Manager $125K + health benefits + pension eligibility at 55? If we offered $70K or $90K for those jobs, could we find a solid person who could to the job well? I'm sure we could. And we shouldn't pay "managers" overtime -- in the private sector, salaried workers don't get paid overtime or health insurance buyouts. I'm on the fence -- what do you think?
ian butler January 12, 2012 at 11:10 PM
One thing to keep in mind, contract negotiations are just that - negotiations. we can't count on the outcome we want from them. Hence the need to move forward with other means of balancing the budget.
hutch January 13, 2012 at 12:49 AM
"Mary Ann said, "You know, a nurse makes over $100K." A Finance Task Force member said, "My wife and I both make over $100K" Well sorry to say most people in Pacifica are making more like $50K a year. And regular nurses I know are making about $60-$70K. This is absurd. The employees are doing better that (WE) the people who are paying them. This craziness has to stop. We can't afford it anymore.
hutch January 13, 2012 at 01:27 AM
ian butler said: "One thing to keep in mind, contract negotiations are just that - negotiations." This city has a right to impose wages and benefit cuts if negotiations fail.
Todd Bray January 13, 2012 at 04:55 AM
Thank you Hutch, I found the quotes about household income of the finance committee member obscene. How many on the committee have a household income over $150,000 a year? It certainly accounts for the lack of empathy towards people less fortunate than them.
Lionel Emde January 13, 2012 at 05:43 AM
Camden, Thank you for this article. I'm unclear on whether the "Total Wages subject to Medicare" includes pension. Does it?
Todd Bray January 13, 2012 at 04:25 PM
Line 5 on the W2 only shows gross taxable income Lionel not benies or pension. However if employes contribute to their own pension plan that amount is usually deducted from the gross taxable amount. The the gross amounts above DO NOT include beneis and pension costs of that employee, those costs are separate.
Dogbert January 13, 2012 at 05:01 PM
Well Todd's right about one thing for sure. Those sure are gross amounts!
hutch January 13, 2012 at 06:57 PM
Well Oakland announced yesterday that they are laying off 200 city workers. You would think unions would take pay cuts rather than seeing their brothers and sisters lose jobs.
Charles Dodgson January 13, 2012 at 10:28 PM
Simple economics points to layoffs being a better solution than wage cuts, assuming that Pacifica's employees are being paid market rates. I've seen numerous people complain about these salaries, but nothing that indicates that they're above market rates.
Todd Bray January 13, 2012 at 10:38 PM
Charles, I don't think the dollar amount is the concern. Our employees asked for and received a generous pay raise during the revenue boom of the housing bubble. The concern, at least for me is that our employees are not offering to reduce their compensation now that the revenue boom is over. That is the payroll issue, again for me. I feel our employees are morally obligated to return the favor of boom era pay raises by voluntarily taking a 1% pay cut for every $10,000 earned not only to keep themselves employed but to maintain services without threatening seniors, library patrons, the Resource center or what have you. This bullying thing of "pay up or suffer" doesn't sit well with me.
hutch January 13, 2012 at 11:10 PM
I agree the pay and benefits need to come way down Todd. But I don't expect them to volunteer to give it back. Maybe after Pacificans turn down yet another attempt to raise taxes the city will have to start cutting wages and benefits.
Lionel Emde January 14, 2012 at 05:34 AM
Why can't the reporter who wrote the article answer my question? Does the "Total Wages subject to Medicare" include pension benefits? Is anyone home??
hutch January 14, 2012 at 08:08 AM
Todd answered that Lionel and I believe he's correct.
Charles Dodgson January 14, 2012 at 07:41 PM
Again, it's simple economics. We live in a market economy, and if our public employees are being paid more than people with similar skills in similar jobs, they should absolutely see their pay reduced. Picking arbitrary salary reductions might be appealing in some kind of simplistic, Herman Cain "9-9-9" fashion, but if you give it a little thought, you'll realize that it will be about as effective in Pacifica as it was in Soviet Russia.
hutch January 14, 2012 at 09:28 PM
You're right Charles. It's simple economics. We don't have the money to pay these high wages/benefits anymore and voters probably aren't going to approve yet another tax hike. "Market rate" doesn't really apply in an economy with 10+% unemployment and a hiring freeze in most cities. There's simply not many other jobs out there. Even if city employees did quit there are plenty of VERY qualified people who would gladly work for 40 or 50K let alone 80,90 or 100K+. People are still losing their homes. They've been unemployed and underemployed for several years. They have had their pay and benefits severely reduced. Do you really think Pacificans will be sympathetic to public unions demanding wages and benefits not be cut further? I think many people are still thinking like it's the 80's or 90's when unions had more power and the economy was booming. Health care was relatively cheap and nobody got retirement $ until they reached 65. These are much different times. There are 10 people waiting in line for your job. No longer are companies covering all your health insurance & pension and workers pay is way down. Yes it's simple economics. Supply and demand.
Charles Dodgson January 14, 2012 at 09:57 PM
It is simple supply and demand, but you apparently still don't grasp it. By definition, if equally qualified people are willing to work for half as much, then the current employees are being paid way above market rates. If that was the case, as I said earlier they should then have their salaries cut, so you and I would be in violent agreement. You saying it doesn't make it true, though, and no one has shown me anything to convince me that's the reality.
Lionel Emde January 15, 2012 at 05:31 AM
Sure, Todd may be correct. But the reporter covering the story should have this basic information. It's not obscure.
hutch January 16, 2012 at 03:58 AM
Well Charles I'd say just read the paper if you think we're not in very hard economic times. Even the Tribune is still full of foreclosure notices. Almost every city, county and state are cutting wages and benefits. So I guess it's not just me.
Charles Dodgson January 16, 2012 at 04:10 PM
Of course we're in hard times -- I don't think anyone has disputed that. It's just that random speculations about the job market are not a sound basis for decisions about Pacifica's future. You saying that you are willing to do Timmy Lincecum's job for half the price does not mean that you are qualified to do it.
hutch January 16, 2012 at 04:18 PM
Wow, Lincecum works for the city? We DO have some real talent here.

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