Giving “Fat Cat” a Whole New Meaning

Every Year, The Vacaville Reporter publishes an annual survey on the compensation and salary packages of public servants in Solano County and the Northern California Area. Here are some of the more outrageous packages.

Dixon Unified School District Superintendent Roger Halberg (224 work days): Compensation package of $215,741 includes $163,340 base salary, $1,000 degree stipend, $9,000 auto allowance, $600 public relations allowance, $19,601 retirement contribution, $960 life insurance premium and $21,240 health and dental benefit. Also receives 24 days vacation and 12 days sick leave.

Dixon, CA City Manager Nancy Huston: Compensation package of $211,960 includes $162,154 base pay, $25,317 retirement contribution, $4,800 auto allowance, $4,250 education allowance, up to $14,592 in health benefits, $186 life insurance premium and $661 long-term disability premium. Also receives 144 hours vacation, 96 hours sick leave and 104 hours administrative leave. 

Vacaville, CA Director of Utilities David Tompkins: Compensation package of $244,422 includes $188,390 base pay, $4,500 vehicle/mileage allowance, $1,907 deferred compensation, $13,347 employer contribution to employee share of retirement cost, $27,279 employer share of retirement cost, $441 long-term disability premium, $270 life insurance premium and $8,288 health, dental and vision benefits.

Solano State Prison Chief Physician and Surgeon Mariana Lotersztain: Compensation package of $380,511 includes $308,640 base salary, $55,861 retirement contribution and up to $16,010 health benefits. Also receives 22.5 days vacation/annual leave.

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