San Ramon Valley Pensions: What Retirees Are Receiving
More than 700 former city and school employees in the San Ramon Valley are now receiving pensions through the California Public Employees' Retirement System, some collecting more than $100,000 a year.
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#1 Sep 9, 2012
This is just a stupid pension news story. It does not even talk about the real problem. Maybe if they added all the firefighters and cops. They are suppose to give the same info but they are part of a county pension. The average firefighter gets paid a pension of $180,000 a year with 100% free medical and they get all that at 50 years old. Some firefighter retired 2 years ago and now they get $300,000 a year. and to top it off they did not have to save a dime out of their paychecks for that. The city agreed to pay their 10%
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