Susan Mauriello's $100K Bureaucrat Club- Santa Cruz County's Elite "Employees"

Name (last, first) MAURIELLO, SUSAN
Job title COUNTY ADMIN OFFICER
Regular pay $239338.26
Overtime pay 0
Pay $239338.26

+PLUS
Leave $47,216; Pension $183,332;
Medical $39,036

$509,922.26
= Total Bullshit

Name (last, first) GIRVETZ, CAROL
Job title ASST COUNTY ADMIN OFF
Regular pay $221354.03
Overtime pay $5060.28
Total pay $226414.31
Name (last, first) BUSCH, P
Job title ASST COUNTY ADMIN OFF
Regular pay $221609.89
Overtime pay $4277.28
Total pay $225887.17
Name (last, first) NAMKUNG, POKI
Job title MED SVCS DIRHLTH OFF
Regular pay 211858.41
Overtime pay 387.86
Total pay 212246.27
Name (last, first) MCRAE, DANA
Job title COUNTY COUNSEL
Regular pay 209362.4
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 209362.4
Name (last, first) GARCIA, RAHN
Job title CHF DEP COUNTY COUNSEL
Regular pay 166306.41
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 166306.41
Name (last, first) ROBBINS, STEVEN
Job title SHERIFF-CORONER
Regular pay 203508.65
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 203508.65
Name (last, first) VIOLICH, MICHELE
Job title MED DIR HS CLINICS
Regular pay 194745.6
Overtime pay 5585
Total pay 200330.6
Name (last, first) BROWN JR., ROBERT
Job title PSYCHIATRIST
Regular pay 174832.85
Overtime pay 24040.11
Total pay 198872.96
Name (last, first) HENDRIX, ROSEMARIE
Job title MED DIR HS CLINICS
Regular pay 193705.6
Overtime pay 4541
Total pay 198246.6
Name (last, first) LUTHER, PAUL
Job title PSYCHIATRIC MED DIR
Regular pay 193698.03
Overtime pay 746
Total pay 194444.03
Name (last, first) ESPINOLA-HAMB, CECILIA
Job title HUMAN SVCS DEPT DIR
Regular pay 190840.02
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 190840.02
Name (last, first) HAZELTON, GARY
Job title ASSESSORRECORDER
Regular pay 187117.32
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 187117.32
Name (last, first) BURNS, THOMAS
Job title PLANNING DIRECTOR
Regular pay 184546.33
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 184546.33
Name (last, first) BOLICH, THOMAS
Job title DIR OF PUBLIC WORKS
Regular pay 184546.32
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 184546.32
Name (last, first) PARKER, TERRY
Job title SHERIFFS CHF DEPUTY
Regular pay 168955.23
Overtime pay 15351.59
Total pay 184306.82
Name (last, first) DASS, SHERMEIL
Job title PSYCH IATRIST
Regular pay 179925.89
Overtime pay 2793.87
Total pay 182719.76
Name (last, first) BRADLEY, DON
Job title SHERIFFS CHF DEPUTY
Regular pay 164263.49
Overtime pay 8942.06
Total pay 173205.55
Name (last, first) WALKER, MARY JO
Job title AUDITORCONTROLLER
Regular pay 172983.2
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 172983.2
Name (last, first) TEVERBAUGH, MD, PATRICK
Job title PSYCHIATRIST
Regular pay 168209.6
Overtime pay 3330.04
Total pay 171539.64
Name (last, first) CHRISTIE, MICHAEL
Job title PSYCHIATRIST
Regular pay 168209.63
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 168209.63
Name (last, first) SWANNACK, CHRISTINE
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 102316.68
Overtime pay 65639.82
Total pay 167956.5
Name (last, first) GARCIA, RAHN
Job title CHF DEP COUNTY COUNSEL
Regular pay 166306.41
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 166306.41
Name (last, first) SYMONS, ARIADNE
Job title CHF DEP DIST ATTY
Regular pay 166306.4
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 166306.4
Name (last, first) LOFANO, LEN
Job title SHERIFFS CHF DEPUTY
Regular pay 164273.27
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 164273.27
Name (last, first) SOKOLIK, KATHERINE
Job title DIR OF CHILD SUP SVCS
Regular pay 164215.01
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 164215.01
Name (last, first) LEONARD, WENDY
Job title CLINIC PHYSICIANHSA
Regular pay 142084.8
Overtime pay 21820.59
Total pay 163905.39
Name (last, first) ORTIZ CRUZADO, ERNESTO
Job title PSYCHIATRIST
Regular pay 157035.68
Overtime pay 6347.96
Total pay 163383.64
Name (last, first) BOWLING, KEVIN
Job title DIR OF INFO SERVICES
Regular pay 162933.6
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 162933.6
Name (last, first) Officer #5
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 104893.39
Overtime pay 55973.49
Total pay 160866.88
Name (last, first) TREMAINE, LESLIE
Job title DIR MENTAL HlTH SVCS
Regular pay 159567.2
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 159567.2
Name (last, first) KULM, JR., GLENN
Job title DIR OF ADMIN SERVICES
Regular pay 159279.14
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 159279.14
Name (last, first) TIMBERLAKE, ELLEN
Job title ASST HUMAN SV DEPT DIR
Regular pay 157407
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 157407
Name (last, first) KEELEY, FREDERICK
Job title TREASURER TAXCOll
Regular pay 155428
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 155428
Name (last, first) SCHULTZ, JOSEPH
Job title DIROF POSCS
Regular pay 154814.4
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 154814.4
Name (last, first) KENNEDY, ROBERT
Job title CHF OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Regular pay 149006.9
Overtime pay 2859.02
Total pay 151865.92
Name (last, first) JOHNSON, CHARLES
Job title CHIEF OF PSYCHIATRY
Regular pay 151443.2
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 151443.2
Name (last, first) GARCIA, RAHN
Job title CHF DEP COUNTY COUNSEL
Regular pay 166306.41
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 166306.41
Name (last, first) CARRGORDON, NANCY
Job title DIR OF GENERAL SVCS
Regular pay 145980.96
Overtime pay 2777.04
Total pay 148758
Name (last, first) TURPEN, BRIAN
Job title ASST DIR OF PUBLIC WKS
Regular pay 145490.42
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 145490.42
Name (last, first) RUSSELL, WENDY
Job title DIR OF ADMIN SERVICES
Regular pay 144799.2
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 144799.2
Name (last, first) LYNBERG, ELIZABETH
Job title REDEVELMT AGENCY ADMIN
Regular pay 143613.61
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 143613.61
Name (last, first) LEE, DAVID
Job title ASST PLANNING DIRECTOR
Regular pay 143530.15
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 143530.15
Name (last, first) DEMING, MARK
Job title ASST PLANNING DIRECTOR
Regular pay 143530.09
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 143530.09
Name (last, first) HEATH, JASON
Job title ATTY IVCO COUNSEL
Regular pay 142511.53
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 142511.53
Name (last, first) Officer #4
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 106817.17
Overtime pay 35562.33
Total pay 142379.5
Name (last, first) SHERMAN, DAVID
Job title ATTY IVDA
Regular pay 142236
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 142236
Name (last, first) PRESLEIGH, JOHN
Job title ASST DIR OF PUBLIC WKS
Regular pay 141252.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 141252.8
Name (last, first) KELLY, CAROL
Job title ASST DIR OF PUBLIC WKS
Regular pay 141252.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 141252.8
Name (last, first) MACDONALD, STEPHEN
Job title CHF PROBATION OFFICER
Regular pay 138580.81
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 138580.81
Name (last, first) YOKEL, JUDITH
Job title DIV DIR CHLD WELF SVCS
Regular pay 138164
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 138164
Name (last, first) GILCHRIST, SUSAN
Job title DIV DIR SOCIAL SVCS
Regular pay 137938.4
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 137938.4
Name (last, first) SULAY, MARIO
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 106184.32
Overtime pay 31575.95
Total pay 137760.27
Name (last, first) MESCHI, ANDRE
Job title CHF PHARMACIST
Regular pay 137185.65
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 137185.65
Name (last, first) LEONETTI, SHON
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 96215.6
Overtime pay 40818.69
Total pay 137034.29
Name (last, first) GENOCHIO, GEORGE
Job title ATTY IVDA
Regular pay 136545.91
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 136545.91
Name (last, first) ANGELL, JOYCE
Job title ATTY IVDA
Regular pay 136545.9
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 136545.9
Name (last, first) COSTA, MABLE
Job title ATTY IVCO COUNSEL
Regular pay 136545.88
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 136545.88
Name (last, first) ROWLAND, CELIA
Job title ATTY IVDA
Regular pay 136048.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 136048.8
Name (last, first) SKILLICORN, JAMES
Job title SHERIFFS LIEUTENANT
Regular pay 124850.39
Overtime pay 11173.68
Total pay 136024.07
Name (last, first) PLAGEMAN, FREDERICK
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 106133.2
Overtime pay 29877.11
Total pay 136010.31
Name (last, first) WOWAK, PHILIP
Job title SHERIFFS LIEUTENANT
Regular pay 130749.36
Overtime pay 5221.03
Total pay 135970.39
Name (last, first) LOUGHLIN, KATHLEEN
Job title CLINIC PHYSICIANHSA
Regular pay 110510.4
Overtime pay 25413.23
Total pay 135923.63
Name (last, first) WILDMAN, CLAUDINE
Job title DIV DIR SOCIAL SVCS
Regular pay 133920.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 133920.8
Name (last, first) ISAAC, ANDREW
Job title ATTY IVDA
Regular pay 132842.4
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 132842.4
Name (last, first) LANSDOWNE, BARBARA
Job title ATTY IVDA
Regular pay 132568.84
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 132568.84
Name (last, first) MCGUIRE, CHRISTINE
Job title ATTY IVDA
Regular pay 132568.84
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 132568.84
Name (last, first) BROCK, GRETCHEN
Job title ATTY IVDA
Regular pay 132568.83
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 132568.83
Name (last, first) SULLIVAN, SHANNON
Job title ATTY IVCO COUNSEL
Regular pay 132568.83
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 132568.83
Name (last, first) DUNLAP, PAMELA
Job title ATTY IVDA
Regular pay 132568.82
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 132568.82
Name (last, first) CHELEDEN, CHRISTOPHE
Job title Any IVCO COUNSEl
Regular pay 132568.81
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 132568.81
Name (last, first) DROTTAR II, STEPHEN
Job title ATTY IVDA
Regular pay 132568.81
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 132568.81
Name (last, first) ANDERSON, BRUCE
Job title ATTY IVDA
Regular pay 132568.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 132568.8
Name (last, first) ALLEN, BETSY
Job title ATTY IVCO COUNSEL
Regular pay 132568.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 132568.8
Name (last, first) ATKINSON, WILLIAM
Job title AnY IVDA
Regular pay 132568.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 132568.8
Name (last, first) WEBBER, ARCHIE
Job title ATTY IVDA
Regular pay 132568.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 132568.8
Name (last, first) LAWRENCE, ALICE
Job title CLINIC PHYSICIANHSA
Regular pay 126378.32
Overtime pay 4265.58
Total pay 130643.9
Name (last, first) SILVA, NAOMI
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 87850.26
Overtime pay 42638.56
Total pay 130488.82
Name (last, first) MACDONALD, MICHAEL
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 98804.9
Overtime pay 30324.45
Total pay 129129.35
Name (last, first) HURLEY, GRETCHEN
Job title SHERIFFS LIEUTENANT
Regular pay 128303.68
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 128303.68
Name (last, first) PURSLEY, ROBERT
Job title SHERIFFS LIEUTENANT
Regular pay 124850.35
Overtime pay 3210.81
Total pay 128061.16
Name (last, first) MARSH, JEFFREY
Job title SHERIFFS LIEUTENANT
Regular pay 124850.38
Overtime pay 3041.82
Total pay 127892.2
Name (last, first) CHRISTEY, AMY
Job title SHERIFFS LIEUTENANT
Regular pay 124895.5
Overtime pay 2093.86
Total pay 126989.36
Name (last, first) BALDRIGE, NICHOLAS
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 78708.36
Overtime pay 48056.2
Total pay 126764.56
Name (last, first) DUNBAR, GERALD
Job title DIR OF GENERAL SVCS
Regular pay 122107.74
Overtime pay 4648.83
Total pay 126756.57
Name (last, first) ROSS, JAMES
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 105426.86
Overtime pay 20959.34
Total pay 126386.2
Name (last, first) MCCANN, TERESA
Job title INFO SVCS DIVSIN MGR·
Regular pay 126308.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 126308.8
Name (last, first) MITCHELL, ROBIN
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 106115.18
Overtime pay 20171.58
Total pay 126286.76
Name (last, first) HART, JAMES
Job title SHERIFFS LIEUTENANT
Regular pay 121859.23
Overtime pay 4264.38
Total pay 126123.61
Name (last, first) CORBISHlEY, KEN
Job title AG COMM/DIR WGTS & MEA
Regular pay 125908
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 125908
Name (last, first) PAYNE, ROBERT
Job title SHERIFFS LIEUTENANT
Regular pay 125371.37
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 125371.37
Name (last, first) DILLARD, GORDON
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 86886.86
Overtime pay 38309.57
Total pay 125196.43
Name (last, first) WILSON, CRAIG
Job title SHERIFFS LIEUTENANT
Regular pay 125186.25
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 125186.25
Name (last, first) NEWFIELD, FRANCIE
Job title DIV DIR SOCIAL SVCS
Regular pay 124968
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 124968
Name (last, first) ROE, MICHAEl
Job title CHF DA INSPECTOR++
Regular pay 124313.32
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 124313.32
Name (last, first) BLACK, MARILYN
Job title CHF CORRECTNS MED SVCS
Regular pay 124144.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 124144.8
Name (last, first) PATEL, AJITA
Job title DEPTY DIRPERSONNEL
Regular pay 124104.83
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 124104.83
Name (last, first) AMAYA, JULIE
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 85922.37
Overtime pay 37846.79
Total pay 123769.16
Name (last, first) GAZZA, Wl LLiAM
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 101286.55
Overtime pay 22373.51
Total pay 123660.06
Name (last, first) PATRICK, JARROD
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 87658.11
Overtime pay 35675.57
Total pay 123333.68

Name (last, first) PELLERIN, GAIL
Job title COUNTY CLERK
Regular pay 123312.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 123312.8
Name (last, first) REYES, JOSEPH
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 106304.47
Overtime pay 16761.78
Total pay 123066.25
Name (last, first) MATA, JOE
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 87377.45
Overtime pay 35510.04
Total pay 122887.49
Name (last, first) MUDGETT, JESSIE
Job title CHF DEP ASSESSORVALU
Regular pay 122837.38
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 122837.38
Name (last, first) SCOTT, JANE
Job title ATTY IVCO COUNSEL
Regular pay 122213.68
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 122213.68
Name (last, first) MURRAY, PATRICK
Job title DA INSPECTOR 1\
Regular pay 108613.09
Overtime pay 13198.46
Total pay 121811.55
Name (last, first) TALLMAN, JONATHAN
Job title PSYCHIATRIST
Regular pay 118338.25
Overtime pay 2898.88
Total pay 121237.13
Name (last, first) BURT, ALAN
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 98137.35
Overtime pay 23084.32
Total pay 121221.67
Name (last, first) SCHAPIRO, ERIK
Job title HOUSING PROGRAM MGR
Regular pay 121193.6
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 121193.6
Name (last, first) ROM, CARL
Job title SR CIVIL ENGINEER
Regular pay 120931.01
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 120931.01
Name (last, first) FINCH, MICHELLE
Job title ASST CHF PROBATION DIR
Regular pay 120895.59
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 120895.59
Name (last, first) GOMBOS, FRANK
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 102879.2
Overtime pay 17848.11
Total pay 120727.31
Name (last, first) MORALES, ROY
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 103546.49
Overtime pay 17173.19
Total pay 120719.68
Name (last, first) WEIGL, TAMMIE
Job title INFO SVCS DIVSIN MGR
Regular pay 120344.07
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 120344.07
Name (last, first) FISH, STEFAN
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 104056.39
Overtime pay 15406.9
Total pay 119463.29
Name (last, first) BRIERLEY, DANIEL
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 89300.42
Overtime pay 30086.06
Total pay 119386.48
Name (last, first) PEARLMAN, SUSAN
Job title PRINCIPAL ADMIN ANLYST
Regular pay 116502.16
Overtime pay 2069.09
Total pay 118571.25
Name (last, first) SILBAUGH, PAMELA
Job title ACCOUNTING MANAGER
Regular pay 118485.64
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 118485.64
Name (last, first) NATU, HIMANI
Job title PSYCHIATRIST
Regular pay 113359.56
Overtime pay 5094.17
Total pay 118453.73
Name (last, first) LIBERTY, TODD
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 101879.71
Overtime pay 16531.68
Total pay 118411.39
Name (last, first) BRENNER, VAL
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 93285.52
Overtime pay 25118.34
Total pay 118403.86
Name (last, first) PHILLIPS, DINAH
Job title PRINCIPAL ADMIN ANlYST
Regular pay 117150.5
Overtime pay 1145.76
Total pay 118296.26
Name (last, first) TRIPP, ARON
Job title DA INSPECTOR II
Regular pay 108592.92
Overtime pay 9277.75
Total pay 117870.67
Name (last, first) SCHNEIDER, STEVEN
Job title DIV DIR ENVIRON HEAlTH
Regular pay 115987.26
Overtime pay 1449.79
Total pay 117437.05
Name (last, first) TASHIRO, PAUL
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 101313.57
Overtime pay 16119.93
Total pay 117433.5
Name (last, first) FATOOHI, RACHEL
Job title SR CIVIL ENGINEER
Regular pay 117408.83
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 117408.83
Name (last, first) HILL, DONALD
Job title SR CIVIL ENGINEER
Regular pay 117408.81
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 117408.81
Name (last, first) LACAGNIN, JOEL
Job title SR CIVIL ENGINEER
Regular pay 117408.81
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 117408.81
Name (last, first) SWENSON, JOHN
Job title SR CIVIL ENGINEER
Regular pay 117408.81
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 117408.81
Name (last, first) SOHRIAKOFF, JACK
Job title SR CIVIL ENGINEER
Regular pay 117408.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 117408.8
Name (last, first) WIESNER, STEVEN
Job title SR CIVIL ENGINEER
Regular pay 117408.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 117408.8
Name (last, first) LANSDOWNE, GREGORY
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 101313.46
Overtime pay 15912.51
Total pay 117225.97
Name (last, first) LATHER-HIDALGO, RACHEL
Job title SR CIVIL ENGINEER
Regular pay 117185.78
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 117185.78
Name (last, first) JOHNSON, DAVID
Job title DA INSPECTOR"
Regular pay 108566.33
Overtime pay 8262.28
Total pay 116828.61
Name (last, first) SCOTT, SHELBY
Job title CLINIC PHYSICIANHSA
Regular pay 110132.05
Overtime pay 6540.71
Total pay 116672.76
Name (last, first) CHIGUAQUE, GINNY
Job title DETENTION NURSE SPECII
Regular pay 94807.8
Overtime pay 21850.04
Total pay 116657.84
Name (last, first) KELLEY, JUDITH
Job title CUNIC PHYSICIANHSA
Regular pay 86829.62
Overtime pay 29582.14
Total pay 116411.76
Name (last, first) MC COLLUM, DAVID
Job title CHF OF FISCAL SERVICES
Regular pay 116288.91
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 116288.91
Name (last, first) MURRAY, NOEL
Job title CHILD SUPPORT AnY 1\1
Regular pay 116032.01
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 116032.01
Name (last, first) RICKER, JOHN
Job title DIV DIR ENVIRON HEALTH
Regular pay 115987.2
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 115987.2
Name (last, first) CAMPOS, DANIEL
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 102040.29
Overtime pay 13511.76
Total pay 115552.05
Name (last, first) FENNELLY, JASON
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 86471.04
Overtime pay 28964.6
Total pay 115435.64
Name (last, first) CERVINE, DANE
Job title SR BEHAVIORAL HLTH MGR
Regular pay 115169.6
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 115169.6
Name (last, first) MANOV, WILLIAM
Job title SR BEHAVIORAL HLTH MGR
Regular pay 115169.6
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 115169.6
Name (last, first) DESANTOS, CESAR
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 88124.03
Overtime pay 27034.12
Total pay 115158.15
Name (last, first) HUETT, MARK
Job title AUDIT/SYSTEMS MGR
Regular pay 114895.25
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 114895.25
Name (last, first) VERINSKY, JEREMY
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 106082.23
Overtime pay 8666.85
Total pay 114749.08
Name (last, first) MADERA, AILEEN
Job title CHILD SUPPORT ATTY III
Regular pay 114254.4
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 114254.4
Name (last, first) HART, KEN
Job title PRINCIPAL PLANNER
Regular pay 113483.71
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 113483.71
Name (last, first) HILL, GLENDA
Job title PRINCIPAL PLANNER
Regular pay 113475.14
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 113475.14
Name (last, first) ZWART, KATHLEEN
Job title WIB DIRECTOR
Regular pay 113373.64
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 113373.64
Name (last, first) GOROSTIETA, ELIZABETH
Job title ASST DIVISION DIRHSD
Regular pay 113373.63
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 113373.63
Name (last, first) NOYA, MADELINE
Job title ASST DIVISION DIRHSD
Regular pay 113373.6
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 113373.6
Name (last, first) CASTELLANOS, RAUL
Job title DA INSPECTOR II
Regular pay 109337.55
Overtime pay 3889.54
Total pay 113227.09
Name (last, first) HAINES, BENJAMIN
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 80359.99
Overtime pay 32280.99
Total pay 112640.98
Name (last, first) DRISCOLL, EDITH
Job title CHF DEP AlJOCONTROLLER
Regular pay 110191.38
Overtime pay 2447.01
Total pay 112638.39
Name (last, first) KENT, KELLY
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 88587.61
Overtime pay 23501.31
Total pay 112088.92
Name (last, first) ZAMORA, JOSE
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 87574.42
Overtime pay 24376.8
Total pay 111951.22
Name (last, first) HENARD, J
Job title DA INSPECTOR II
Regular pay 108635.55
Overtime pay 3292.88
Total pay 111928.43
Name (last, first) BURTON, STEVEN
Job title SUPVG CORRECTIONS OFFR
Regular pay 79463.64
Overtime pay 31778.91
Total pay 111242.55
Name (last, first) ERBE, BRIAN
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 86473.75
Overtime pay 24726.31
Total pay 111200.06
Name (last, first) DYBDAHL, CHRIS
Job title SR HEALTH SVCS MGR
Regular pay 110560.17
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 110560.17
Name (last, first) REYNOLDS, TERRY
Job title ROAD SUPERINTENDENT
Regular pay 110241.2
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 110241.2
Name (last, first) HUTCHINSON, JENNIFER
Job title CHF BUILDING INSPECTOR
Regular pay 110178.44
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 110178.44
Name (last, first) JOHNSON, SHEA
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 101099.9
Overtime pay 9060.31
Total pay 110160.21
Name (last, first) ESPINOZA, JESSICA
Job title ATTY IIICO COUNSEL
Regular pay 110113.6
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 110113.6
Name (last, first) SLATER, CLAUDIA
Job title PRINCIPAL PLANNER
Regular pay 109977.68
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 109977.68
Name (last, first) DIMICK, ARTHUR
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 91787.73
Overtime pay 18152.67
Total pay 109940.4
Name (last, first) STEWART, CAROLYN
Job title SR HEALTH SVCS MGR
Regular pay 109743.22
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 109743.22
Name (last, first) JONES, NICOLE
Job title ATTY IIIDA
Regular pay 109691.2
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 109691.2
Name (last, first) GILBERTSON, THOMAS
Job title DA INSPECTOR II
Regular pay 108635.56
Overtime pay 767.5
Total pay 109403.06
Name (last, first) CAREYSTRONCK, SHARON
Job title ATTY IIICO COUNSEL
Regular pay 109057.6
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 109057.6
Name (last, first) MORSE, AARON
Job title DA INSPECTOR II
Regular pay 108635.55
Overtime pay 401.24
Total pay 109036.79
Name (last, first) SEIB, ERIC
Job title CHF DEPTY DAADMIN
Regular pay 108592.81
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 108592.81
Name (last, first) HAMMONS, KATHLEEN
Job title ACCOUNTING MANAGER
Regular pay 108435.32
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 108435.32

Name (last, first) AINSWORTH, JACOB
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 80567.72
Overtime pay 27456.11
Total pay 108023.83
Name (last, first) NAJERA, ALICIA
Job title BEHAV HLTH PROGRAM MGR
Regular pay 105396.93
Overtime pay 2318
Total pay 107714.93
Name (last, first) BECKMAN, ESTHER
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 87252.96
Overtime pay 20435.05
Total pay 107688.01
Name (last, first) SCHLUMBRECHT, L
Job title DA INSPECTOR II
Regular pay 107060.97
Overtime pay 621.92
Total pay 107682.89
Name (last, first) YORK, RYAN
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 86996.89
Overtime pay 20465.46
Total pay 107462.35
Name (last, first) SIPPL, CHRISTINE
Job title SR HEALTH SVCS MGR
Regular pay 107413.6
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 107413.6
Name (last, first) HILL, KENNETH
Job title CHF REAL PROPERTY AGT
Regular pay 107321.61
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 107321.61
Name (last, first) RIVERA, GEORGE
Job title DA INSPECTOR II
Regular pay 99776.14
Overtime pay 7538.72
Total pay 107314.86
Name (last, first) CLARKE, JOSEPH
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 84309.84
Overtime pay 22983.05
Total pay 107292.89
Name (last, first) RODRIGUES, PAUL
Job title CAPITALIMPR PROG MGR
Regular pay 107167.23
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 107167.23
Name (last, first) FREITAS, DANIEL
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 89008.75
Overtime pay 17823.17
Total pay 106831.92
Name (last, first) HANNA, JOE
Job title REGISTERED GEOLOGIST
Regular pay 106551.45
Overtime pay 114.28
Total pay 106665.73
Name (last, first) TRITENBACH, MARK
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 87533.45
Overtime pay 19052.44
Total pay 106585.89
Name (last, first) JACK, GEORGE
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 101307.89
Overtime pay 5271.86
Total pay 106579.75
Name (last, first) ROGERS WYMAN, PAMELA
Job title BEHAV HUH PROGRAM MGR
Regular pay 103491.2
Overtime pay 3086
Total pay 106577.2
Name (last, first) PIRIE, ELLEN
Job title CHAIRPERSON BD OF SUPV
Regular pay 106501.2
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 106501.2
Name (last, first) LYNCH, EARL
Job title CORRECTIONS MED DIR
Regular pay 106268.2
Overtime pay 128
Total pay 106396.2
Name (last, first) NELSON, FRITZI
Job title ASST DIR OF NURSING
Regular pay 106350.42
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 106350.42
Name (last, first) HOLGUIN, MARK
Job title PROG MGRHSD
Regular pay 106140.43
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 106140.43
Name (last, first) SIMPLICIANO JR, FRANK
Job title SUPVG CORRECTIONS OFFR
Regular pay 81416.76
Overtime pay 24394.41
Total pay 105811.17
Name (last, first) MC COllUM, NANCY
Job title DEPTl FISCAL OFFICER
Regular pay 105747.29
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 105747.29
Name (last, first) BARRY, CELIA
Job title SR HEALTH SVCS MGR
Regular pay 105645.65
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 105645.65
Name (last, first) GERBRANDT, DIANE
Job title SR HEALTH SVCS MGR
Regular pay 105645.63
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 105645.63
Name (last, first) BELANGER, DENNIS
Job title SR HEALTH SVCS MGR
Regular pay 105645.62
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 105645.62
Name (last, first) GOODFRIEND, LESLIE
Job title SR HEALTH SVCS MGR
Regular pay 105645.6
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 105645.6
Name (last, first) GRIFFITH, CAROL
Job title SR HEALTH SVCS MGR
Regular pay 105645.6
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 105645.6
Name (last, first) JACOBS, YANA
Job title BEHAV HLTH PROGRAM MGR
Regular pay 103491.2
Overtime pay 2146
Total pay 105637.2
Name (last, first) BALDWIN, DEE
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 80593.88
Overtime pay 24972.91
Total pay 105566.79
Name (last, first) LOERO, ANTHONY
Job title BLDG MAINT SUPT
Regular pay 105536.81
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 105536.81
Name (last, first) BEAUTZ, JANET
Job title COUNTY SUPERVISOR
Regular pay 105485.9
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 105485.9
Name (last, first) STONE, MARK
Job title COUNTY SUPERVISOR
Regular pay 105393.6
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 105393.6
Name (last, first) CAMPOS, TONY
Job title COUNTY SUPERVISOR
Regular pay 105393.6
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 105393.6
Name (last, first) COONERTY, NEAL
Job title COUNTY SUPERVISOR
Regular pay 105393.6
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 105393.6
Name (last, first) ROGBERGLAVARS, SUSANN
Job title ADMIN SERVICES MANAGER
Regular pay 104062.13
Overtime pay 1133.45
Total pay 105195.58
Name (last, first) SCHWARTZ, KAROLIN
Job title BEHAV HlTH PROGRAM MGR
Regular pay 103491.22
Overtime pay 1608
Total pay 105099.22
Name (last, first) SWETNAM, ROBERT
Job title INFO SYSTEMS MGRHSA
Regular pay 104964.43
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 104964.43
Name (last, first) BALLI, EMILY
Job title PROG MGRHSD
Regular pay 104852.83
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 104852.83
Name (last, first) EDLER, KENT
Job title SR CIVIL ENGINEER
Regular pay 104683.44
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 104683.44
Name (last, first) LINDBLAD, ROBERT
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 86352.71
Overtime pay 18242.61
Total pay 104595.32
Name (last, first) MARUSKA, RICHARD
Job title INSTITUTIONAL SUPV
Regular pay 79168.06
Overtime pay 25339.61
Total pay 104507.67
Name (last, first) Officer #1
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 87534.55
Overtime pay 16961.86
Total pay 104496.41
Name (last, first) GARNETTE, LAURA
Job title PROBATION DIVISION DIR
Regular pay 104453.63
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 104453.63
Name (last, first) LEVINE, PAIA
Job title PRINCIPAL PLANNER
Regular pay 104299.25
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 104299.25
Name (last, first) TAYLOR, ROSS
Job title ATTY IVDA
Regular pay 104096.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 104096.8
Name (last, first) DIZON, JAY
Job title SHERIFFS CORRECTIN OFF
Regular pay 69862.37
Overtime pay 34187.41
Total pay 104049.78
Name (last, first) COLE, BRIAN
Job title SUPVG CORRECTIONS OFFR
Regular pay 79999.3
Overtime pay 23840.27
Total pay 103839.57
Name (last, first) KOCSAR, MARIA
Job title DETENTION NURSE SPEC II
Regular pay 87711.95
Overtime pay 15954.39
Total pay 103666.34
Name (last, first) CYTRON, KATHY
Job title BEHAV HLTH PROGRAM MGR
Regular pay 103624.09
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 103624.09
Name (last, first) EINHORN, STANLEY
Job title BEHAV HLTH PROGRAM MGR
Regular pay 103491.26
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 103491.26
Name (last, first) HARRISON, LYNN
Job title BEHAV HLTH PROGRAM MGR
Regular pay 103491.21
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 103491.21
Name (last, first) ANDERSON-GRAY, KAREN
Job title BEHAV HLTH PROGRAM MGR
Regular pay 103491.2
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 103491.2
Name (last, first) SMITH, ROBERT
Job title ENV. HLTHPROG MGR"
Regular pay 103352.89
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 103352.89
Name (last, first) SALDAVIA, SEAN
Job title CHF DEP ASSESSORVALU
Regular pay 103320.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 103320.8
Name (last, first) ROSALES-BUIE, LETICIA
Job title CORRECTIONS SERGEANT
Regular pay 92726.15
Overtime pay 10488.74
Total pay 103214.89
Name (last, first) RUVALCABA, ADELLA
Job title PROG MGRHSD
Regular pay 103084.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 103084.8
Name (last, first) CORBETT, CONSTANCE
Job title PROG MGRHSD
Regular pay 103084.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 103084.8
Name (last, first) SMITH, DOUGLAS
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 86937.03
Overtime pay 16002.77
Total pay 102939.8
Name (last, first) VAlDIVIA,DAHNA
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 85284.8
Overtime pay 17508.99
Total pay 102793.79
Name (last, first) CAYLOR, LAWRENCE
Job title INFO SYSTEMS MGRHSD
Regular pay 102708.8
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 102708.8
Name (last, first) BINDING, PAUL
Job title ASST VECTOR CONTR MGR
Regular pay 102618.48
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 102618.48
Name (last, first) LOVATO, RALAINE
Job title CHILD SUPPORT MANAGER
Regular pay 102542.78
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 102542.78
Name (last, first) NABOR, ALBERT
Job title SHERIFFS SERGEANT
Regular pay 101256.11
Overtime pay 1231.63
Total pay 102487.74
Name (last, first) ZUBE, TROY
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 82486.98
Overtime pay 19944.22
Total pay 102431.2
Name (last, first) LACLERGUE, BRUCE
Job title SR CIVIL ENGINEER
Regular pay 102389.37
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 102389.37
Name (last, first) LERIOS, ANDREW
Job title CORRECTIONS SERGEANT
Regular pay 93796.1
Overtime pay 8372.66
Total pay 102168.76
Name (last, first) VAN HORSEN, PAUL
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 83580.45
Overtime pay 18483.72
Total pay 102064.17
Name (last, first) PATEL, PARESHBHAI
Job title SUPVG DP PROG ANALYST
Regular pay 94210.41
Overtime pay 7663.26
Total pay 101873.67
Name (last, first) MONTES, ENRIQUE
Job title DA INSPECTOR II
Regular pay 94465.43
Overtime pay 7373.63
Total pay 101839.06
Name (last, first) KEMPER, DANIEL
Job title CORRECTIONS SERGEANT
Regular pay 95849.01
Overtime pay 5974.35
Total pay 101823.36
Name (last, first) AVERY, RODGER
Job title CHF AUDITOR APPRAISER
Regular pay 101669.28
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 101669.28
Name (last, first) CONSOLE, MELINDA
Job title DETENTION NURSE SPECII
Regular pay 75573.15
Overtime pay 25847.74
Total pay 101420.89
Name (last, first) CARSON, SCOTT
Job title REGISTERED GEOLOGIST
Regular pay 101327.22
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 101327.22
Name (last, first) PRICE, MATT
Job title GIS MANAGER
Regular pay 101251.2
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 101251.2
Name (last, first) KRAMERURNER, DAVID
Job title SUPVG THERAPIST PD
Regular pay 101218.42
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 101218.42
Name (last, first) SHANNAHAN, JILL
Job title PSYCHIATRIC MED DIR
Regular pay 97760
Overtime pay 3409.78
Total pay 101169.78
Name (last, first) CLOUD, MICHAEL
Job title REGISTERED GEOLOGIST
Regular pay 101120.83
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 101120.83
Name (last, first) SKEZAS, SANDY
Job title PROG MGRHSD
Regular pay 101034.4
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 101034.4
Name (last, first) BRICK, DAVID
Job title AnY IVCO COUNSEL
Regular pay 101024.31
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 101024.31
Name (last, first) CAREY, CON OR
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 84299.65
Overtime pay 16669.73
Total pay 100969.38
Name (last, first) Officer #3
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 77888.92
Overtime pay 23032.03
Total pay 100920.95
Name (last, first) ETHERIDGE; JOHN
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 78863.52
Overtime pay 21906.88
Total pay 100770.4
Name (last, first) FEDAK, RANDY
Job title CHF WELFARE FRAUD INV
Regular pay 100581.61
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 100581.61
Name (last, first) BECKMAN, CHARLES
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 84389.46
Overtime pay 16115.33
Total pay 100504.79
Name (last, first) HIRSCH, CHRISTINE
Job title SR ADMIN ANALYST
Regular pay 98976.83
Overtime pay 1453.87
Total pay 100430.7
Name (last, first) MURPHY, FREDERICK
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 85283.58
Overtime pay 15006.31
Total pay 100289.89
Name (last, first) VAN STRATEN, BRIAN
Job title PUB WKS MGRDISP SITES
Regular pay 100167.23
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 100167.23
Name (last, first) GONZALEZ, ALEX
Job title SUPVG CORRECTIONS OFFR
Regular pay 78700.75
Overtime pay 21152.33
Total pay 99853.08
Name (last, first) SAHAGUN, ENRIQUE
Job title SR ADMIN ANALYST
Regular pay 98976.84
Overtime pay 678.64
Total pay 99655.48
Name (last, first) FENSTER, DEREK
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 87687.38
Overtime pay 11953.32
Total pay 99640.7
Name (last, first) MEDENWAlD, JANET
Job title PSYCHIATRIST
Regular pay 92159.46
Overtime pay 7284.41
Total pay 99443.87
Name (last, first) FISHER, KEVIN
Job title SHERIFFS CORRECTIN OFF
Regular pay 72286.4
Overtime pay 27129.27
Total pay 99415.67
Name (last, first) PRUGER, MICHAEL
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 86905.97
Overtime pay 12505.53
Total pay 99411.5
Name (last, first) LANDERS, GERALD
Job title HEALTH CENTER MGR
Regular pay 99248.01
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 99248.01
Name (last, first) DEL FAVA, MICHAEL
Job title COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER
Regular pay 99225.63
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 99225.63
Name (last, first) EIRIKSSON, ROBERT
Job title SUPVG CORRECTIONS OFFR
Regular pay 79588.42
Overtime pay 19606.28
Total pay 99194.7
Name (last, first) MADDUX, JOHN
Job title SR SYS SOFT ANALYST
Regular pay 97524.85
Overtime pay 1553
Total pay 99077.85
Name (last, first) MOWREY-RIGGS, CHRISTINA
Job title SR ADMIN ANALYST
Regular pay 98976.82
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 98976.82
Name (last, first) HIROMURA, ALAN
Job title SRADMIN ANALYST
Regular pay 98976.81
Overtime pay 0
Total pay 98976.81
Name (last, first) HARLAMOFF, CRAIG
Job title SUPVG CORRECTIONS OFFR
Regular pay 79698.64
Overtime pay 19095.66
Total pay 98794.3
Name (last, first) BURRUEL, BRADLEY
Job title DEP SHERIFF ++
Regular pay 71175.35
Overtime pay 27566.6
Total pay 98741.95



County's Best-Paid

1. County administrative officer: $239,338 ($212,138)
2 & 3. Assistant county administrative officers: $226,414 ($196,424) and $225,887 ($187,354)
4. County counsel: $209,362 ($185,584)
5. District attorney: $209,362 ($185,584)
6. Sheriff-coroner: $203,508 ($175,130)
7. Human Services Department director: $190,840 ($170,946)
8. Health Services Agency director: $190,840 ($170,946)
9. Assessor-recorder: $187,117 ($173,801)
10. Planning director: $185,546 ($173,394)
2008 earnings (2007 earnings)
Source: Santa Cruz County auditor-controller


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County's chief manager: Service cuts are unavoidable

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Posted: 05/06/2009 01:30:21 AM PDT

The county's top administrator, Susan Mauriello, in her first public statements on next year's budget, called plans for drastic cuts the best way to "preserve public services with diminished resources."

The $367 million budget released by Mauriello's office last week seeks to patch a $25 million shortfall through across-the-board spending reductions -- averaging 20 percent -- for county departments like public works and public health. The cuts would extend to some 60 nonprofits that contract with the county.

Mauriello, speaking Tuesday before the Board of Supervisors, acknowledged services to the public would be compromised under the proposal, but said the cost-cutting moves were selected strategically to ensure the most vital operations would not be disrupted.

"There are particular areas where reductions are not as great," she said, referring particularly to public safety services in the Sheriff's Office and District Attorney's Office.

Mauriello was vague Tuesday on how many of the county's roughly 2,400 employees would lose their jobs under the budget proposal. Others in her office, though, have suggested it could be as many as 140. She said last year's efforts to reshuffle employees who lost their jobs into vacant positions could not be duplicated because most of those vacancies no longer exist.

Officials with the county's largest labor union, Service Employees International Union, representing roughly 2,000 employees, appealed to the


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board Tuesday not to cut any front-line jobs. Their top concern, they said, remains protecting positions that provide direct medical care and welfare assistance to the county's most vulnerable residents, like the elderly and poor.

SEIU is in negotiations with the county over possible salary concessions, which administrators say would reduce the number of required layoffs.

The budget, which takes effect July 1 and will be finalized in coming weeks, is short money because of the sluggish economy and its toll on property taxes and other revenue.

The Public Works Department, which oversees the county's unincorporated communities, is just one of the programs slated for cuts.

The proposed budget calls for the elimination of 23 of 290 Public Works positions, which county officials say could have an impact on road repairs and landfill services.

"Our response time might not be as quick," said incoming Public Works Director John Presleigh, though he said the department was actively pursuing outside funds to make up for the county shortfall.

The department is expecting $3 million from the federal government and applied this week for another $6 million, supplementing its proposed $44.3 million total budget.

Presleigh said federal stimulus money would come close to making his department whole, and could actually advance sewer and water projects.

Other departments are not expecting any benefit. Among the hardest hit, under the proposed budget, are the 530-person Health Services Agency, which would lose 60 positions, and the 467-person Human Services Department, which would lose 24 positions.

Public hearings on the proposed budget have been set for June 15 through June 25.


Susan, would you like benefits with that? Click Here

"-There was a quite meeting early June with the Top Managers on how to find ways to preserve their benefits and raise fees.
They hired a PR company out of the general funds to pay for promoting one time fees."
   FROM TOPIX 6-21-09

June 16, 2009  ToooT! TooooT! Lee's Gravy Train Pushing Through!
READ DAVID LEE and HIS Boss Susan Mauriello *WORKIN IT BABY*------ AND ALL with YOUR MONEY!!!
HOW IT REALLY WORKS IN BUREAUCRAT MANAGEMENT!

June 15, 2009  County Budget hearings- Hide your child's wallet-Why did the Sentinel pull ANOTHER online story- Does Mr. Mauriello work there?

June 15, 2009- STILL MORE Raises on the Way for Susan and Friends -REALLY, AGAIN! click here for Scotts Valley's Sentinel Article removed after a short time online-              why do they protect these folk$$?

 SUSAN MAURIELLO     2007    $212,138.00

            2008 RAISE $27,200.00   $239,338.26

            2009 RAISE $7,180.15     $246.518.41

                                                                 2009 Salary BEFORE BENEFITS

....and Just TWO of HER TOP AIDES:

CAROL GRIVETZ            2007     $196,424.00

            2008 RAISE $29,900.00   $226,414.03

            2009 RAISE $6,792.42     $233,206.46

                                                                2009 Salary BEFORE BENEFITS

PAT BUSCH                    2007     $187,354.00

            2008 RAISE $38,533.00  $225,887.89

           2009 RAISE  $6,776.62    $232,664.51

                                                                2009 Salary BEFORE BENEFITS

does AIDE Pat Busch's lower salary indicate possible sexual discrimination? hmm.. The citizens DEMAND equal Pay for Equal work for Mr. Busch

Rec Cuts for Santa Cruz County Kids- HUGE Raises for Susan Mauriello and Staff

High schools to hold fund raising telethon for sports, arts programs-

Susan Mauriello ($239,338.26)                    and corrupt bureaucrat staff all doing fine.

By KEENAN WEATHERFORD

In an effort to directly engage viewers in their living rooms across the county, the Santa Cruz Education Foundation will sponsor a telethon Monday and Tuesday to raise money for arts and sports programs at local high schools that are in danger of seeing their funding decreased or cut altogether.

"We hope that it'll not only reach the school community but the greater Santa Cruz community," said organizer Ken Thomas. "Maybe someone who played in the band 20 or 30 years ago will think it's unfortunate if kids today don't have the same experience and decide to give a few dollars."

When Thomas organized a similar event for the Santa Cruz City Schools in 1991, he had a goal of raising $100,000. This year it is harder to pick a target because of the uncertainty of budget projections with regards to state and federal funding. Thomas said $100,000 would be a great starting point this time around, but it will take more than that to cover all of the funds being cut from programs at local high schools.

"Obviously if we could raise that much money, we'd be very happy," Thomas said. "It wouldn't meet all the needs of all the schools. Whatever moneys we raise will be moneys we didn't previously have and we just hope it's enough to be able to help schools."

Pacific Collegiate, Aptos, Pajaro Valley, San Lorenzo Valley, Harbor, Scotts Valley, Soquel and Santa Cruz high schools will participate in the program, with student groups from each school featured in a half-hour time slot each night.


The telethon, hosted by the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, will run from 5-9 p.m. Monday and from 5-10 p.m. Tuesday. While some students are answering the phones and taking donations from viewers, their classmates will be singing, cheerleading and being interviewed on community television -- channel 71 with Charter, channel 26 with Comcast. Viewers wishing to donate can call into the telethon at 420-5007.

Donors can specify which school or program they want to donate to, or they can add their money to a general fund, handled by the Santa Cruz Education Foundation, that will be distributed to high schools based on need, Thomas said. The high schools will then distribute the money to programs as they see fit.

"We know that certain communities have more capacity to give than other communities," Thomas said.

While the general fund will only be distributed to those schools participating in the telethon, donors can direct their donations to schools or programs that aren't participating as well.

Santa Cruz City Schools Trustee Cynthia Hawthorne emphasized the importance of sports and arts programs, which she said are seen as "core programs" in other states but only "enrichment programs" in California.

"It's arguable that arts and sports and music are some of the programs that basically keep kids in school," she said.

The telethon is not just to raise money for embattled programs, Hawthorne said, but to send a message to legislators in Sacramento about the value of the programs they're trimming from the state budget.

"I don't believe that legislators are aware of how the cuts they're making are resonating in the classroom," Hawthorne said. "I don't believe they're aware of the impacts in every school, every classroom. These are cuts that are literally on the backs of students, and it's not acceptable."


Santa Cruz County Art and Science Enrichment Teacher to be Cut - Stanford Educated/ Masters Ed.

Santa Cruz County execs see hefty pay raises in 2007-2008-09

WooHoo- I'm Going to Disneyland From CAO Mauriello and Staff

COMMENTS:

SANTA CRUZ - The county's top administrators are scheduled to begin taking unpaid time off next month, a bow to tough economic times. But the losses will be partly offset by a pay raise scheduled to take effect this weekend.

Nearly 90 department heads and managers are due a 3 percent "cost-of-living adjustment" today, an increase most county employees will see later this year. Management's increase comes just before their planned 156-hour work furlough begins, which would reduce their new salaries 7.5 percent over the next 12 months.

While the net change for managers would be a 4.5 percent pay cut, critics say initiating the cost-of-living hike for the highest paid employees, several who make more than $200,000 annually, is irresponsible during hard times. It sends the wrong message, they say, and it puts a permanent labor cost on the rolls, which managers will pocket when they stop taking unpaid time off.

"It's not a time to grow your salaries - that's forever - even if you agree to a 12-month furlough," said Betty Danner, a former county budget analyst and recent supervisor candidate. "It's just not right."

The County Administrative Office, which handles employee contracts, defends its pay decisions.

A spokesperson for the office said the cost-of-living increase was committed to years ago. Additionally, she said, when combined with the furloughs, management would be taking the same salary reduction that's being asked of all county employees,

most of whom are expected to take unpaid time off as well.

"There's different ways to get where we need to go, but everybody is giving up about 5 percent," said Dinah Phillips, county spokeswoman.

The cost-of-living raises are documented in contract agreements reviewed by the Sentinel.

The five elected members of the Board of Supervisors, also scheduled for furloughs, declined their scheduled cost-of-living raises earlier this year.

Because of dwindling tax revenues and less state money, the county is facing its worst financial shortfall in decades, about $25 million. Cutting labor costs, on top of reductions to health programs, social services and public works, is a way county administrators are trying to bridge the gap.

While heads of the largest labor union declined comment on management's cost-of-living raise, chapter president Lisa Giles said it would not sit well with rank and file members who are scheduled to vote next week to accept unpaid time off of their own.

"It could be very problematic for our members to participate in more of a furlough while they see management increasing their salaries," said Giles, with Service Employees International Union Local 521.

At stake in SEIU's election is millions of dollars in savings to the county that would come through a proposed 104-hour work furlough for the union's roughly 1,800 members. The concession is expected to save more than 50 jobs.

"It would be a show of good faith if county leaders willingly gave up the 3 percent (raises)," Giles said, "for the sake of the vital services that our community is losing."

The union furlough, up for a vote Tuesday and Wednesday, equates to a 5 percent salary cut over the next 12 months. However, a 2.5 percent cost-of-living adjustment due for union members in September would negate some of the losses.

County Supervisor Neal Coonerty, who is not getting a pay raise this year, said eliminating cost-of-living increases for any county employee was not necessary at this point, assuming all of the planned furloughs are approved during budget negotiations this month.

"We left them off the table," he said, "but they may end up back if the situation deteriorates."

The Sentinel reported in April that a combination of raises last year significantly increased employee salaries - an average of 12.3 percent for the 10 highest-paid managers. The number of employees making $200,000 or more, grew from one to six in 2008, not counting benefits which can be worth another 20 percent of base pay.

The County Administrative Office defended last year's raises as one-time bumps that merely brought executive salaries in line with what county leaders in other areas make.

The levels of compensation here, administrators say, is appropriate for retaining and recruiting top talent in Santa Cruz County.





Posted: 04/05/2009 01:30:22 AM PDT
http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/localnews/ci_12075918?appSession=14388291036104&RecordID=&PageID=2&PrevPageID=1&cpipage=11&CPISortType=&CPIorderBy

SANTA CRUZ -- While the down economy has left a chill over the job market, the top jobs in Santa Cruz County government have remained a safe and increasingly lucrative haven.

The county's 10 highest-paid administrators saw their wages rise an average of 12.3 percent last year, and the number of county executives making more than $200,000 grew from one to six, according to a review of 2008 payroll records by the Sentinel. The review did not include city governments.

The county's chief executive, Susan Mauriello, topped the list, making $27,200 more last year, pushing her earnings to $239,338, the records show. Her two deputies received over $25,000 more, respectively, and with overtime, each made just above $225,000 in 2008.

The increases, says the County Administrative Office, are simply the cost of doing business. The wage hikes reflect not just the normal year-to-year jump in labor expenses but a periodic effort to make sure pay in this county is on par with pay elsewhere.

"You have to look at where these employees were starting from," said Dinah Phillips, spokeswoman for the County Administrative Office.

Before the pay adjustments, the salaries of top administrators lagged behind salaries of administrators in eight nearby counties by more than 10 percent, on average, according to surveys by the County Administrative Office. Mauriello's pay was 18 percent below the norm, the surveys show.

"We have to be competitive in the market. It's



like any other enterprise," Phillips said. "We have lost management staff over the years to other cities and counties."

Santa Clara County, for example, boasts some executive salaries above $250,000.

The latest pay increase intended to give Santa Cruz County managers a fair shake was initiated by the Board of Supervisors in May 2007 and kicked in incrementally through 2008.

The bumps contributed to wage increases of between 7 and 18 percent last year for top administrators, with the sheriff's pay, for example, rising $28,379 to $203,508 and the pay of the county's ranking attorney increasing $23,778 to $209,362.

The salaries do not include retirement and health benefits provided to employees, which can be worth 20 percent of base pay.

County supervisors, who are elected to oversee county managers, saw their salaries rise 9 percent to just above $105,000 in 2008.

Critics call the increases bad policy, regardless of the intent to achieve parity.

The more money spent at the top, say officials with the county's biggest labor union, means less for everybody else, and with budgets as tight as they are amid the economic downturn, front-line employees will be the ones to lose out, and so will the public they serve.

"If you take a couple of those executive pay raises and combine them, you could hire a tuberculosis prevention worker or an HIV prevention worker, or prevent some of these folks from being laid off," said Nancy Elliott, a county health employee and representative of Service Employees International Union Local 521.

Elliott, who sits on the union's negotiating team, says management pay hikes have made it harder to justify concessions currently being asked of the rank and file.

The County Administrative Office, in light of a projected $25 million budget deficit, has proposed pay freezes, beginning in July.

Last year, most SEIU employees saw raises of 3 to 7 percent, depending on their job. In some years, though, union workers have seen steeper pay increases to keep their salaries, like their superiors, competitive with those in surrounding areas.

SEIU members account for the majority of the county's nearly 2,500-person work force.

Union representatives say their pay still lags behind some nearby counterparts'. County managers say the same of their pay, claiming that despite recent adjustments, their wages remain, on average, 5 percent behind those in the eight comparison counties.

Government watchdogs note it's difficult to gauge how much county employees are worth, particularly in the upper echelons where responsibilities differ widely from job to job and place to place.

Comparative studies used by counties to establish pay rates, warns Ana Maria Kilpatrick with the California Public Pay Institute, are often biased to serve certain interests.

Her private institute, recognized for its independence, ranked Santa Cruz County's top executive as the 15th highest-paid of county managers across the state's 58 counties in 2008.

Whether the money is justified or not, Bob Stern with the Center for Governmental Studies says pay in the public sector has risen dramatically everywhere over the past decade, part and parcel with rising pay in the private sector.

"The increases are becoming standard, and the question is why are they becoming standard," Stern said. "Now that we're in a tough economic time it will be interesting to see if salaries will be reduced or the increases will continue."

"My guess is that we will not be seeing massive raises anymore," he said.


Long time employee- Santa Cruz County Health Service Translator cut - San Mauriello and Staff Fine

County's Best-Paid

1. County administrative officer: $239,338 ($212,138)

2 & 3. Assistant county administrative officers: $226,414 ($196,424) and $225,887 ($187,354)

4. County counsel: $209,362 ($185,584)

5. District attorney: $209,362 ($185,584)

6. Sheriff-coroner: $203,508 ($175,130)

7. Human Services Department director: $190,840 ($170,946)

8. Health Services Agency director: $190,840 ($170,946)

9. Assessor-recorder: $187,117 ($173,801)

10. Planning director: $185,546 ($173,394)

2008 earnings (2007 earnings)
Source: Santa Cruz County auditor-controller


Oh, That Miserable Traffic-
Move over Susan Mauriello coming through-


Written by by Tom Honig   
Thursday, 16 April 2009  http://www.gtweekly.com/20090416409907/columns/opinion/oh-that-miserable-traffic

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SWEET SALARIES: How about those big county salaries? The Sentinel reported last week that the county’s top 10 administrators got 12 percent raises. Six of the top county execs make more than $200,000.

Wish I’d have been at County Administrative Officer Susan Mauriello’s staff meeting the day after the story came out. Rumor is that she was so angry that she spilled coffee all over her $87,000 area rug.


Wednesday, March 04, 2009

http://www.californiahealthline.org/Articles/2009/3/4/State-Budget-Does-Little-To-Help-Santa-Cruz-County-Health-Programs.aspx

State Budget Does Little To Help Santa Cruz County Health Programs-

Santa Cruz County Bureaucrat Blames State - Others

ALL OK! The COA Still has not lost any services Susan Mauriello($239,338.26 2008) 

At a Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors hearing on Tuesday, Santa Cruz County Administrative Officer Susan Mauriello said the newly approved state spending plan only "exacerbates" local budget problems with county health and human services -- including the Healthy Kids insurance program -- bearing most of the burden, the Santa Cruz Sentinel reports (Alexander, Santa Cruz Sentinel, 3/4).

Local Children's Health Initiatives administer Healthy Kids programs, which provide health insurance for children ages six to 18. The programs are open to children from households with annual incomes that do not exceed 300% of the federal poverty level who are not eligible for other public health insurance efforts (California Healthline, 2/27).

Mauriello's report on the county's finances found that the state's new budget would not improve, and likely would worsen, the county's $25 million projected budget deficit.

Health Care Cuts?

Mauriello said up to 20% is expected to be slashed from several departments, including the Health Services Agency.

Susan True -- executive director of First 5 Santa Cruz County, which manages funding for children -- said Healthy Kids is just one of the programs that will have to be evaluated.

She said, "We can't fund everything we're funding now with less than half the budget"

The county also has begun talks with numerous employee unions to negotiate contract concessions, Mauriello said.

The magnitude of the cuts are unknown, as the county awaits an uncertain amount of funding from the federal stimulus package and the outcome of state ballot measures residents will vote on in May, the Sentinel reports.

One of the ballot measures would shift funding from mental health and children's health care (Santa Cruz Sentinel, 3/4).

County's chief manager: Service cuts are unavoidable

Posted: 05/06/2009 01:30:21 AM PDT
http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ci_12304309?IADID=Search-www.santacruzsentinel.com-www.santacruzsentinel.com

The county's top administrator, Susan Mauriello, in her first public statements on next year's budget, called plans for drastic cuts the best way to "preserve public services with diminished resources."

The $367 million budget released by Mauriello's office last week seeks to patch a $25 million shortfall through across-the-board spending reductions -- averaging 20 percent -- for county departments like public works and public health. The cuts would extend to some 60 nonprofits that contract with the county.

Mauriello, speaking Tuesday before the Board of Supervisors, acknowledged services to the public would be compromised under the proposal, but said the cost-cutting moves were selected strategically to ensure the most vital operations would not be disrupted.

"There are particular areas where reductions are not as great," she said, referring particularly to public safety services in the Sheriff's Office and District Attorney's Office.

Mauriello was vague Tuesday on how many of the county's roughly 2,400 employees would lose their jobs under the budget proposal. Others in her office, though, have suggested it could be as many as 140. She said last year's efforts to reshuffle employees who lost their jobs into vacant positions could not be duplicated because most of those vacancies no longer exist.

Officials with the county's largest labor union, Service Employees International Union, representing roughly 2,000 employees, appealed to the



board Tuesday not to cut any front-line jobs. Their top concern, they said, remains protecting positions that provide direct medical care and welfare assistance to the county's most vulnerable residents, like the elderly and poor.

SEIU is in negotiations with the county over possible salary concessions, which administrators say would reduce the number of required layoffs.

The budget, which takes effect July 1 and will be finalized in coming weeks, is short money because of the sluggish economy and its toll on property taxes and other revenue.

The Public Works Department, which oversees the county's unincorporated communities, is just one of the programs slated for cuts.

The proposed budget calls for the elimination of 23 of 290 Public Works positions, which county officials say could have an impact on road repairs and landfill services.

"Our response time might not be as quick," said incoming Public Works Director John Presleigh, though he said the department was actively pursuing outside funds to make up for the county shortfall.

The department is expecting $3 million from the federal government and applied this week for another $6 million, supplementing its proposed $44.3 million total budget.

Presleigh said federal stimulus money would come close to making his department whole, and could actually advance sewer and water projects.

Other departments are not expecting any benefit. Among the hardest hit, under the proposed budget, are the 530-person Health Services Agency, which would lose 60 positions, and the 467-person Human Services Department, which would lose 24 positions.

Public hearings on the proposed budget have been set for June 15 through June 25.


What does Tom Burns Have on
Susan Mauriello?

 
It has long been known down at 701 Ocean Street that the dramatic increase in County Sheriff's funding was guaranteed when a Deputy Sheriff discovered Mauriello's child unattended-  in a vehicle.

Good Work Sheriffs Office saved a baby, saved your Boss a little embarrassment, and got guaranteed funding.
We all win, RIGHT?
...and yes this is the baby that was cared for by County staff in Susans' decorated private nursery IN THE COUNTY CAO OFFICE!

....and yes, now again completely true, as reported by one of Muarellio's bridge playing buddies- the same baby that
HER HUSBAND HAD NO IDEA SHE WAS HAVING!
Really, she even lied to her own husband-
When asked how did he not notice, it was related that he is blind. SERIOUSLY, she is even deceiving her BLIND HUSBAND-
She has NO PROBLEM LYING TO US-

TRUTH or Lawsuit!

Wednesday,  Sept. 18, 2002  – Paul Johnston is a sociologist in Santa Cruz. 

A Question for Susan Mauriello

http://www.kusp.org/firstperson/september2.html

I would not claim to be an unbiased observer of the energetic labor movement
that has exploded  among county workers over the past few weeks here in Santa Cruz. I strongly support the 2,000-odd county workers who walked out on strike on Monday, and not just because I believe that a revived labor movement is among our few slim chances for a democratic future. 

My wife,  Nancy Elliott,  my brother Matt Johnston and a few score friends,  are among the strikers. So I can't help but share their feelings: the frustration, that drove them to do what has never  been done before in this county, the fear, at the risks they share with all their co-workers in these hard economic times; the pride, that  after witnessing years of demoralization and disintegration in county  services, they have finally taken a stand.

So, because of my personal involvement, I won't challenge the county's claim  to be unable to pay -- now, this year -- the same compensation that other  counties pay now,  this year.  I will not describe the stonewalling tactics through which county managers appear to have deliberately forced county employees  into a  strike.  Nor will I dwell on the generous pay increases recently granted to top county managers and to the Board itself. But I will  ask County   Administrative Officer Susan Mauriello:
What  philosophy of leadership has guided your behavior?

 

Santa Cruz County salary database for 2008

http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ci_12077160


City of Santa Cruz salary database for 2008

http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ci_12327012




June 2, 2009
Zach Freind,  President of the SANTA CRUZ COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY - Longtime Political Supporter of Local Government Expanding Bureacratic and Police Powers
intends to press charges against disabled ex Planning Department employee "shoved" by Brave Burns to protect HIS Department. County to Release Surveillance Video to clear Burns.

$50,000.00 to make him go away.
County offers Settlement to Ex Planning Department Employee or         "loose end" in caring County AttorneySpeak.

Salinas- Our Neighbors to the South. Corruption that Santa Cruz County Officials are Proud to be Compared to.
















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