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    Wow, long time ago. Time goes fast the older you become.


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    The chart in post #12 is an eye opener.

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    Chart #12 is an eye opener though I am not surprised. Glad there is this information available to view. I am impressed. Since my husband's passing in 2007 I no longer attend meetings nor am I directly involved with local politics. I like to see what people are talking about. Since 2008 onward I have noticed increased public awareness of government activity. That's definitely a good thing.
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    Awareness is good but change is better. I'm still perplex why various local political parties take our community down the road of high taxation to the point that people flee. It must really boil down to control and jobs for their loyal party supporters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    Awareness is good but change is better. I'm still perplex why various local political parties take our community down the road of high taxation to the point that people flee. It must really boil down to control and jobs for their loyal party supporters.
    Amen. You nailed it, in my opinion. I heard our taxes in Evans are going up. As one who rents, that means my rent might increase...alas,my income doesn't!! Everything is going up except my income.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    Awareness is good but change is better. I'm still perplex why various local political parties take our community down the road of high taxation to the point that people flee. It must really boil down to control and jobs for their loyal party supporters.
    What happens when the jobs disappear?

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    Correct WNY resident I think the going rate for West Seneca benefits is an additional 41%. So if you work for the Town making 40k now multiply that x 1.41 which =
    $56,400 in which it costs the town to pay into your pension, healthcare etc. Most of the Labor workers get an additional 2 hrs. a day weather permitting and a occasional 8 hrs. on a weekend. Now add another 20K conservatively in overtime and your at least making 76k in pay and benefits. That's for just being a Laborer if your a Plow driver and it snows its raining $$$$. There are so many appointed positions like this and its all a friends and family plan, no test civil service test needed. And yes I know both Democrats and Republicans both reaping the benefits in West Seneca Government. Steve Pigeon doesn't care what political Party your from as long as you can help his cause. And yes, Supervisor Sheila Meegan is the daughter of Chris Walsh, and Walsh is Steve Pigeonís mentor. And Yes Pigeon still has his greasy fingers in WS politics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WSFirst View Post
    Last year, the legacy cost for town employees excluding former police was $3.4 million. Source: http://seethroughny.net/pensions

    West Seneca $130,562 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $129,650 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $103,595 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $100,673 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $97,003 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $94,045 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $92,611 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $89,048 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $88,243 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $87,477 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $85,818 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $85,442 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $84,449 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $84,167 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $83,044 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $82,412 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $82,112 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $81,688 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $81,553 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $80,084 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $78,472 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $78,428 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $77,881 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $76,764 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $76,761 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $76,383 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $76,297 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $75,153 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $74,608 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $73,634 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $73,015 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $72,843 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $72,467 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $72,384 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $72,353 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $72,321 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $71,798 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $71,380 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $70,701 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $70,466 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $70,450 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $70,074 NYSLRS - General Employee
    West Seneca $70,026 NYSLRS - General Employee
    These are not payments made by the Town these are payments made from the pension fund, so this is not what it actually costs the town.
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    I just learned when plowing or salting on weekends WS workers are getting time and a half. After 3pm there is shift deferential and if on a holiday they are already getting paid for the day and then get an additional time and a half if working on that holiday. So on Presidents day if you were working you received double time and a half.

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