City of San Bernardino Code Enforcement Salaries and Benefits as of July 24, 2012
July 26, 2012 2 Comments
As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post on San Bernardino’s Fiscal Emergency Operation Plan Memorandum, and yesterday’s snapshot of the City of San Bernardino’s Community Development Department Code Enforcement Division contained in the memorandum, here are more details from the Operation Plan Memorandum regarding Code Enforcement Salaries.
This was found on page 48 of the Fiscal Emergency Operation Plan Memorandum.
As you can see, it shows the Code Enforcement Division Manager budged at $132,565 in salary and benefits, including salary, the employee portion of PERS, the employer portion of PERS, unemployment, fringe benefits, and the employer portion of Medicare. The City of San Bernardino does not pay into Social Security. You can also see that a portion of the Community Development Director’s salary is shown in Code Enforcement, $53,347 in total. The three supervising code compliance officers each are budgeted $113,545. Of course, that doesn’t mean they are taking home $113,545, but that is the current budgeted cost of the position. The two Senior Code Compliance Officer positions are set at $102,915 in salary and benefits. The lowest-cost employees appear to be the Code Compliance Processing Assistants without special pay. They are budgeted at $53,007 each.
In total, $3,024,254 are allocated towards Code Enforcement salaries in the City of San Bernardino. As the Mayor and Common Council make cuts in anticipation for Chapter 9 Bankruptcy, this amount going forward could be cut through agreed-upon give-backs or lay-offs.
The thing that seems strange about the numbers is that all similarly situated code enforcement officers and other positions are receiving the exact same amount of pay, which if they were all stepped-out would make sense, and like I said before, a lot of the officers were there when I started as a Deputy City Attorney in 2001. Also, it shows salaries for more officers than positions that are currently filled.
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