Top county posts to get raises

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A number of top Erie County government posts, including Erie County executive and the three County Council positions up for election this year, are in line for raises. Full Story
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Rod

Sugar Land, TX

#1 Feb 6, 2009
What a Joke! Especially when you have people laid off.
APL

Clearwater, FL

#2 Feb 6, 2009
WAGE FREEZE
Sam Colt

Youngstown, OH

#3 Feb 6, 2009
Be advised the Erie County Executive Mark Divecchio is taking from you $81,263.00 for 2009 PLUS his $900/month gas-guzzling leased car paid by YOU, PLUS his other taxpayer funded perks and bennies. Enjoy the below. Don't you wish YOU could earn some of this money instead of PAYING IT ? BTW....this list is not ALL-ENCOMPASSING but it's the best I could do for now.
Last Name First Name Annual Salary
Agnello Denise 20,163.00
Agresti David 22,237.28
Aguglia Joseph 42,568.50
Alexa Mark 46,098.00
Amendola Alyson 45,006.00
Amick William 66,202.50
BalinskiKristine46,234.50
Barnes Carla 51,382.50
Barney-Duck Alicia 73,612.50
Bauer Roger 48,945.00
Berringer Charlotte 61,561.50
Blakely Robert 65,481.00
Bloxdorf Ann 66,851.20
Bradford David 59,572.50
Breter Keith 72,217.60
Burns Michael 49,959.00
Calabrese James 51,928.50
Catalde Robert 62,302.50
Causgrove Mark 63,667.50
Cleaver Ronald 8,215.48 (County Council)
Connelly Erin 47,014.50
Cook Lyell 57,044.26
Cox Michael 61,639.50
Daley John 65,748.80
Daneri John 75,465.00
Daniels Mary 69,908.80
Davis John 47,404.50
Decoursey Daniel 50,524.50
Dejohn Michael 45,466.20
Dimattio John 69,201.60
Drayer Sharon 46,529.60
Elkin Tammi 54,639.00
Engels John 54,853.50
Ferrick Lisa 53,937.00
Fetzner Patrick 62,353.20
Foulk Bradley 156,403.52
Foust Kyle 8,086.26 (County Council)
Fugagli Theresa Uhl 64,233.00
Gamble Kenneth 64,896.00
GiardinaClaire 55,438.50
Giles Joseph 7,735.00 (County Council)
Glass Andrew 75,465.00
Gleason Brad 57,200.00
Grappy John 50,918.40
Hackwelder Eric 73,612.50
Hedlund Christine 58,219.20
Herrmann Leo 46,644.00
Hirz Elizabeth 55,867.50
Jeannerat David 64,701.00
JeffersonJennifer 43,777.50
Jewell Christine 34,768.50
Jiuliante Jessica 49,441.60
Jones Amy 84,766.50
Kalivoda Robert 48,484.80
Keck Anthony 54,658.50
Kennedy Patricia 60,118.50
Kinnane Vincent 64,604.80
Klonicki Ronald 62,263.50
Kraft Susan 48,964.50
Krause Michael 47,619.00
Krowicki Brian 50,037.00
Lagner Stephen 56,048.85
Latva Linda 45,766.50
Leone Fiore 8,086.26 (County Council)
Logue Anthony 99,949.20
Loll Carol 8,086.26 (County Council)
Maas Scott 49,666.50
Mack James 63,394.50
Maries Anne 55,438.50
Martin Judith 69,222.40
Mason Ruth Smisko 50,466.00
McCullough Waneda 46,351.50
McLaughlin Deborah 57,973.50
Meredith Larry 69,874.35
Merski Robert 58,633.12
Miller Kathleen 50,368.50
Miller Cynthia 53,410.50
Mitchell David 7,735.00 (County Council)
Murray Ian 68,201.25
Muscarella James 54,580.50
Oehler Joseph 60,091.20
Osman Abdulaziz 63,065.60
Parker Patricia 50,485.50
Pasquale Sue Ellen 77,376.00
Pasquale Luigi 63,628.50
Pitonyak James 81,326.70
Purcell Heather 52,435.50
Randall Eric 49,062.00
Randall-Dill Ann 57,115.50
Range Douglas 53,410.50
Reade Raymond 67,177.50
Rennie Mary 49,393.50
Richmond Mark 56,062.50
Robinson Dale 54,121.60
Ryan Patrick 44,577.00
Sambroak Robert 73,132.80
Sanner David 48,006.40
Sawka Monica 45,766.50
Seaman Richard 56,998.50
Senyo James 46,259.20
Seus Richard 68,931.20
Shaw Jeffrey 61,347.00
Sheldon Nancy 45,766.50
Skarlinski Michael 61,990.50
Skellie Frances 46,351.50
Sloane Nicole 56,048.85
Smith Gail 48,945.00
Smith Douglas 57,242.25
Smith Kathleen 64,291.50
Sparber James 69,874.35
Spaulding Robert 68,503.50
Staaf Therese 45,766.50
Stewart Margaret 68,211.00
Summers Kathleen 55,473.60
Sykes Jeanne 45,766.50
Szewczyk Mary Jo 62,263.50
Tate-Burns Sandra 48,925.50
Taylor Daniel 52,650.00
Taylor Raquel 46,293.00
Tobey Patricia 46,078.50
Tobin Karen 51,246.00
Ungerman J 56,834.70
Vallone Cindra 62,263.50
Vanvolkenburg Sandra 45,747.00
Vereb Edward 47,053.50
Veshecco James 79,726.40
Vogt Janet 60,684.00
Waid Sylvia 45,474.00
Weber Suzanne R 57,044.26
Weindorf Arthur J 78,457.60
Welsh Jake 63,531.00
Wiley Sean 69,874.35
Williams Sheryl 24,453.00
Wright Sarah 49,413.00
Yannitello Cheryl 50,368.50
Sam Colt

Youngstown, OH

#4 Feb 6, 2009
Be advised the Erie County Executive Mark Divecchio is taking from you $81,263.00 for 2009 PLUS his $900/month gas-guzzling leased car paid by YOU, PLUS his other taxpayer funded perks and bennies. Enjoy the below. Don't you wish YOU could earn some of this money instead of PAYING IT ? BTW....this list is not ALL-ENCOMPASSING but it's the best I could do for now.

Last Name First Name Annual Salary
Agnello Denise 20,163.00
Agresti David 22,237.28
Aguglia Joseph 42,568.50
Alexa Mark 46,098.00
Amendola Alyson 45,006.00
Amick William 66,202.50
BalinskiKristine46,234.50
Barnes Carla 51,382.50
Barney-Duck Alicia 73,612.50
Bauer Roger 48,945.00

Berringer Charlotte 61,561.50
Blakely Robert 65,481.00
Bloxdorf Ann 66,851.20
Bradford David 59,572.50
Breter Keith 72,217.60

Burns Michael 49,959.00
Calabrese James 51,928.50
Catalde Robert 62,302.50
Causgrove Mark 63,667.50
Cleaver Ronald 8,215.48 (County Council)
Connelly Erin 47,014.50
Cook Lyell 57,044.26
Cox Michael 61,639.50
Daley John 65,748.80
Daneri John 75,465.00
Daniels Mary 69,908.80
Davis John 47,404.50
Decoursey Daniel 50,524.50
Dejohn Michael 45,466.20
Dimattio John 69,201.60
Drayer Sharon 46,529.60
Elkin Tammi 54,639.00
Engels John 54,853.50
Ferrick Lisa 53,937.00
Fetzner Patrick 62,353.20
Foulk Bradley 156,403.52
Foust Kyle 8,086.26 (County Council)
Fugagli Theresa Uhl 64,233.00
Gamble Kenneth 64,896.00
GiardinaClaire 55,438.50
Giles Joseph 7,735.00 (County Council)
Glass Andrew 75,465.00
Gleason Brad 57,200.00
Grappy John 50,918.40
Hackwelder Eric 73,612.50
Hedlund Christine 58,219.20
Herrmann Leo 46,644.00
Hirz Elizabeth 55,867.50
Jeannerat David 64,701.00
JeffersonJennifer 43,777.50
Jewell Christine 34,768.50
Jiuliante Jessica 49,441.60
Jones Amy 84,766.50
Kalivoda Robert 48,484.80
Keck Anthony 54,658.50
Kennedy Patricia 60,118.50
Kinnane Vincent 64,604.80
Klonicki Ronald 62,263.50
Kraft Susan 48,964.50
Krause Michael 47,619.00
Krowicki Brian 50,037.00
Lagner Stephen 56,048.85
Latva Linda 45,766.50
Leone Fiore 8,086.26 (County Council)
Logue Anthony 99,949.20
Loll Carol 8,086.26 (County Council)
Maas Scott 49,666.50
Mack James 63,394.50
Maries Anne 55,438.50
Martin Judith 69,222.40
Mason Ruth Smisko 50,466.00
McCullough Waneda 46,351.50

McLaughlin Deborah 57,973.50
Meredith Larry 69,874.35
Merski Robert 58,633.12
Miller Kathleen 50,368.50
Miller Cynthia 53,410.50
Mitchell David 7,735.00 (County Council)
Murray Ian 68,201.25
Muscarella James 54,580.50
Oehler Joseph 60,091.20
Osman Abdulaziz 63,065.60
Parker Patricia 50,485.50
Pasquale Sue Ellen 77,376.00
Pasquale Luigi 63,628.50
Pitonyak James 81,326.70
Purcell Heather 52,435.50
Randall Eric 49,062.00
Randall-Dill Ann 57,115.50
Range Douglas 53,410.50
Reade Raymond 67,177.50
Rennie Mary 49,393.50
Richmond Mark 56,062.50
Robinson Dale 54,121.60
Ryan Patrick 44,577.00
Sambroak Robert 73,132.80
Sanner David 48,006.40
Sawka Monica 45,766.50
Seaman Richard 56,998.50
Senyo James 46,259.20
Seus Richard 68,931.20
Shaw Jeffrey 61,347.00
Sheldon Nancy 45,766.50
Skarlinski Michael 61,990.50
Skellie Frances 46,351.50
Sloane Nicole 56,048.85
Smith Gail 48,945.00
Smith Douglas 57,242.25
Smith Kathleen 64,291.50
Sparber James 69,874.35
Spaulding Robert 68,503.50
Staaf Therese 45,766.50
Stewart Margaret 68,211.00
Summers Kathleen 55,473.60
Sykes Jeanne 45,766.50
Szewczyk Mary Jo 62,263.50
Tate-Burns Sandra 48,925.50
Taylor Daniel 52,650.00
Taylor Raquel 46,293.00
Tobey Patricia 46,078.50
Tobin Karen 51,246.00
Ungerman J 56,834.70
Vallone Cindra 62,263.50
Vanvolkenburg Sandra 45,747.00
Vereb Edward 47,053.50
Veshecco James 79,726.40
Vogt Janet 60,684.00
Waid Sylvia 45,474.00
Weber Suzanne R 57,044.26
Weindorf Arthur J 78,457.60
Welsh Jake 63,531.00
Wiley Sean 69,874.35
Williams Sheryl 24,453.00
Wright Sarah 49,413.00
Yannitello Cheryl 50,368.50
Bryan Delio

North Ridgeville, OH

#5 Feb 6, 2009
I wouldn't say they are taking. They are paid for a job. Some may find it excessive in some areas but that is their PAY.
Sam Colt

Youngstown, OH

#6 Feb 6, 2009
Loll...re-elected. Foust....re-elected. Lione....re-elected. Fatica....good ol' boy from the liberal news media who does what he's told to do. They all voted to INCREASE Erie County good ol' boys and girls taxpayer funded salary take. Did you happen to read in the story that NONE of the council candidates up for re-election this year were on the panel ? They didn't want to be caught raising their own salaries as they try to get re-elected AGAIN ! Awaken Erie County....and toss these bums out !
Sam Colt

Youngstown, OH

#7 Feb 6, 2009
Bryan Delio wrote:
I wouldn't say they are taking. They are paid for a job. Some may find it excessive in some areas but that is their PAY.
They're paid TOO MUCH ! Why aren't these kind of salaries paid in the private sector ? Oh....we shipped all the jobs to Red China, Mexico, and India. No one is working except the government bureaucrats. Now Delio...why don't you stroke Erie County government a personal check to help pay their salary take ? You appear to be so willing to let them take more excessive money from our pockets. Put your money where your mouth is !
Realist

Pittsburgh, PA

#8 Feb 6, 2009
There are some of those jobs that I wouldn't take for twice the money. Some may be overpaid, but I think, for the most part, they're fair compensation.
Sam Colt

Youngstown, OH

#9 Feb 6, 2009
Realist wrote:
There are some of those jobs that I wouldn't take for twice the money. Some may be overpaid, but I think, for the most part, they're fair compensation.
Fair compensation ? How do you determine that ? When the median wage in Erie County is 35k how can one justify these kinds of salaries/perks/benefits for alleged "public servants" ?

Also....be specific....just what JOB/JOBS wouldn't you take at Erie County government ?

Lastly....do you truly enjoy paying MORE in taxes to provide these taxtakers with ever more increasing compensation on our backs ? Where in the private sector can one enjoy these salaries/perks/benefits and job security ? Please tell me and the assorted readers here. I'd like to try to find one of those jobs.

It's time to start CUTTING government wages....and it's time to stop paying them a King's ransom. When they start leaving county government employment for the private sector THEN we know they're not paid enough.

What has ever happened to "public service" ? These taxtakers listed above are all about being self-serving !
Realist

Pittsburgh, PA

#10 Feb 6, 2009
Sam Colt wrote:
<quoted text>
Fair compensation ? How do you determine that ? When the median wage in Erie County is 35k how can one justify these kinds of salaries/perks/benefits for alleged "public servants" ?
Also....be specific....just what JOB/JOBS wouldn't you take at Erie County government ?
Lastly....do you truly enjoy paying MORE in taxes to provide these taxtakers with ever more increasing compensation on our backs ? Where in the private sector can one enjoy these salaries/perks/benefits and job security ? Please tell me and the assorted readers here. I'd like to try to find one of those jobs.
It's time to start CUTTING government wages....and it's time to stop paying them a King's ransom. When they start leaving county government employment for the private sector THEN we know they're not paid enough.
What has ever happened to "public service" ? These taxtakers listed above are all about being self-serving !
I wouldn't take any of the ADA positions. I see names on there making a lot less than lawyers can make after only a year or two in practice, and I know that several of them work a heck of a lot, on some really challenging cases, and do a good job. I wouldn't take Sue Weber's job for that money, because she takes far too much crap. Merski's job? No thanks. That's what he makes to run an office the size of his? Heck, I see office managers at smaller concerns making $20,000 a year more. Yes, they do make a tradeoff for being in the public sector, but for some of them, they've gotten the raw end of the deal. I agree, some make too much. I said that earlier. But it's unfair to tar everyone with the same brush.
Sam Colt

Youngstown, OH

#11 Feb 6, 2009
Greetings Realist ! I beg to disagree. The public servants you selected as examples are decent examples. But in the realm of lawyers there are lots of them starving out there. Besides, I've never understood what makes a lawyer worth hundreds of dollars/hour. I mean what good do they serve. Bob Merski....remember....he's not running a department that works 24/7. He's the Sheriff of a Pennsylvania county where the Sheriff's departments are little more than officers of the courts, bailiffs. Sheriff Merski is compensated well for what he does.

Realist....I believe you and others need to STOP COMPARING PUBLIC, GOVERNMENT salaries to private sector wages. If it is so much better in the private sector as you seem to indicate, then the above public servants should GO to the private sector where wages are based on performance and profit, not on putting a gun to people's heads in the form of TAX INCREASES !

If it is SO GOOD in the private sector (and it's not)these public servants need to leave government. Trust me....someone else will step up to the plate to take their places.

INCUMBENTS....THROW THEM ALL OUT !
tombo

Edinboro, PA

#12 Feb 6, 2009
Sam Colt wrote:
<quoted text>
Fair compensation ? How do you determine that ? When the median wage in Erie County is 35k how can one justify these kinds of salaries/perks/benefits for alleged "public servants" ?
Also....be specific....just what JOB/JOBS wouldn't you take at Erie County government ?
Lastly....do you truly enjoy paying MORE in taxes to provide these taxtakers with ever more increasing compensation on our backs ? Where in the private sector can one enjoy these salaries/perks/benefits and job security ? Please tell me and the assorted readers here. I'd like to try to find one of those jobs.
It's time to start CUTTING government wages....and it's time to stop paying them a King's ransom. When they start leaving county government employment for the private sector THEN we know they're not paid enough.
What has ever happened to "public service" ? These taxtakers listed above are all about being self-serving !
Nobody get's paid a "King's ransom" in government. The only jobs that appear to pay somewhat more than those in the private sector are some of the lower level jobs (ie: secretary/assistant positions and the laborer type stuff). Even those aren't that much higher. All of the people in the human services field make a relative pittance, and any company with a budget over more than $50 million would pay their CEO far more than 80k per year.
Just because they make more than you doesn't mean they make a lot. Quite frankly the reason we got someone like Divecchio is because nobody qualified would be willing to take that job for that salary, unless they were already wealthy enough to sustain that kind of pay cut.
Sam Colt

Youngstown, OH

#13 Feb 6, 2009
tombo wrote:
<quoted text>
Nobody get's paid a "King's ransom" in government. The only jobs that appear to pay somewhat more than those in the private sector are some of the lower level jobs (ie: secretary/assistant positions and the laborer type stuff). Even those aren't that much higher. All of the people in the human services field make a relative pittance, and any company with a budget over more than $50 million would pay their CEO far more than 80k per year.
Just because they make more than you doesn't mean they make a lot. Quite frankly the reason we got someone like Divecchio is because nobody qualified would be willing to take that job for that salary, unless they were already wealthy enough to sustain that kind of pay cut.
Evidently you choose to ignore my earlier point that if it is so good in the private sector then these "public servants" should go to the private sector. Personally I would do the County Executive's job for $55,000 and drive MY OWN car with my own gas and insurance. AND I would do a damn good job at it. Why ? Because the first thing I would do is FREEZE all county wages. Then I would eliminate many of the salaried, high paying, taxpayer funded positions. I would hold salaried, non-bargaining workers accountable for their work performance. Lastly, I would quit creating ever larger government and spending millions on worthless projects like revitilizing the Tullio Arena, building the unneeded Convention Center, renovating the 5th Floor of the Courthouse with Cherry Wood paneling, creating the county's 911 center to the tune of $14 million bucks, and other taxpayer funded waste.

Hey....I'll ask you again....if they can make so much MORE money in the private sector....WHY AREN'T THEY WORKING THERE ? HUH ? EH ?

Come on smart guy....why aren't these wizards feeding at the private trough rather than the public trough if it's so good out there in the private sector ?
tombo

Edinboro, PA

#14 Feb 6, 2009
Sam Colt wrote:
<quoted text>
Evidently you choose to ignore my earlier point that if it is so good in the private sector then these "public servants" should go to the private sector. Personally I would do the County Executive's job for $55,000 and drive MY OWN car with my own gas and insurance. AND I would do a damn good job at it. Why ? Because the first thing I would do is FREEZE all county wages. Then I would eliminate many of the salaried, high paying, taxpayer funded positions. I would hold salaried, non-bargaining workers accountable for their work performance. Lastly, I would quit creating ever larger government and spending millions on worthless projects like revitilizing the Tullio Arena, building the unneeded Convention Center, renovating the 5th Floor of the Courthouse with Cherry Wood paneling, creating the county's 911 center to the tune of $14 million bucks, and other taxpayer funded waste.
Hey....I'll ask you again....if they can make so much MORE money in the private sector....WHY AREN'T THEY WORKING THERE ? HUH ? EH ?
Come on smart guy....why aren't these wizards feeding at the private trough rather than the public trough if it's so good out there in the private sector ?
Then run for office. Is there somebody out there stopping you from publicly putting yourself out there and stepping up to the plate? Based on your prickly demeanor and blow hard rants, I'd bet that you'd only get two votes. Yours, and your moms. Well, at least one vote.

As for why people put themselves out there for public service? I'm sure the reasons are many. Some do it because of a sense of duty. Some do it for the power and influence. Some do it to make a difference. Some probably like the stability and lack of risk. Very few do it strictly for the money. Those that are in it for the money, are probably just using it to gain experience for better jobs in the private sector.

Your plan for government is laughable. You intend to run the county by eliminating it's entire management corp (those are the salaries we're talking about). Then what? I'm sure people will be banging on the doors wanting to work in your administration.
Sam Colt

Youngstown, OH

#15 Feb 6, 2009
Typical liberal mentality. You failed to answer my question. Rather than answer my question you proceeded to bad-mouth me and attack me. Me thinks you're one of these overpaid leeches working in government. Eh ? Certainly you're not working in the private sector where unemployment is at a 35 year high, are you ?

I didn't ask you why people are in public service. I asked you to tell me WHY public servants get paid so little they aren't going to the private sector where they can make so much more money, perks, and benefits ?

I could cut 10% of the country bureaucrats and the citizens of Erie County would NEVER notice the difference. The first place I'd start with are all the top paid lawyers doing work at the county that can be done by a high school graduate. Then I'd freeze the wages of ALL non-bargaining employees for the next 4 years.

As I wrote above....county services would not be harmed in any way and I would then cut county taxes in a big way !

Okay....smart guy, let's see if you can answer the question I put to you three times now...let's try again: if your "oh so important" county government bureaucrats can make so much MORE money in the private sector....WHY AREN'T THEY WORKING THERE ? HUH ? EH ?

Come on tell me smart guy....tell the taxpayers here just why we are paying the outlandish salaries these worthless bureaucrats are being paid ?

My guess is you'll either:

1. Ignore my questions again
2. Bad-mouth me and call me names for lack of a better argument.
3. Ignore me all together because you can't reply with any justification as to why your illustrious group of taxpayer salary takers aren't moving to the private sector.
Realist

Pittsburgh, PA

#16 Feb 6, 2009
Tombo, I agree with you. In addition, part of the reason these people take these jobs at lower rates of pay is that they DO want to be involved in public service. So why insult them for doing it? There's a balance to be found between paying public sector jobs enough to get qualified candidates and keeping costs down as much as possible.
Disgusted

Erie, PA

#17 Feb 6, 2009
Are you kidding me? The entire world is in an emergency state of economic deterioration, and leave it up to Erie to increase salaries. Not that everyone doesn't deserve them, but come on!!! This is a time to be frugal and to lower costs. This only gets passed down to the taxpayer who either just got laid off, or who will not be getting a raise themselves this year.
Sam Colt

Youngstown, OH

#18 Feb 6, 2009
tombo wrote:
<quoted text>
You intend to run the county by eliminating it's entire management corp (those are the salaries we're talking about). Then what? I'm sure people will be banging on the doors wanting to work in your administration.
"Management corp" ? What's that ? Have you considered what you get for this bloated county government ? Evidently not. Let's see....do we get police and fire protection ? NOPE ! Do we get trash pick-up ? NOPE ! Do we get our roads plowed ? NOPE ! Do we get our roads maintained ? NOPE ? Do we get sewers and water service ? NOPE !

Gee....just what do we get for our county taxdollars ? Big, bloated salaries for do-nothing managers whose only purpose in life and at Erie County government is to create more bureaucracy and take MORE money out of your pocket.

You may be a nice guy as a neighbor. But from your support of ever burgeoning government you seem to be:

a. A socialist
b. An Obama voter and supporter
c. Kyle Foust
d. A county government employee
e. A lawyer
f. All of the above

In my administration Erie County government would do more with less. One thing I would put on the backs of the taxpayer is the funding of a job fair for private sector employers to offer jobs to those Erie County salaried, non-bargaining employees that I would fire.

See ? Even I can spend a little bit of tax money when necessary.
Sam Colt

Youngstown, OH

#19 Feb 6, 2009
Realist wrote:
Tombo, I agree with you. In addition, part of the reason these people take these jobs at lower rates of pay is that they DO want to be involved in public service. So why insult them for doing it? There's a balance to be found between paying public sector jobs enough to get qualified candidates and keeping costs down as much as possible.
Did it occur to you that we're in a depression ? Just what do we get for these outlandish salaries we pay these Erie County bureacrats ?

How do you justify pay raises for government employees when 8% of the country is out of work ?

It's time for sacrifice but it appears that socialists like yourself just want to continue to feed government on the backs of those who still happen to have a job.
Disgusted

Erie, PA

#20 Feb 6, 2009
The issue should not be about what the current salary IS, but why anyone in office at this time feels justified in taking a salary increase. But of course, if we can spend millions on an inauguration, and thousands on China for the White House china room, why would I ever think that anyone who holds office is rational. Think about it. How many could have been provided health insurance for the cost of the inauguration? President, put YOUR money where your mouth is...

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