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City of Mason City employee salaries


This news story was published on February 27, 2016.
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city-staffMASON CITY – The following lists the salaries of all employees of the city of Mason City:

TROUT, BRENT D 152,771.08
STANGLER, WILLIAM P 112,198.72
JACOBSON, KEVIN E 107,984.34
PLATTS, GEORGE R 100,612.49
LASHBROOK, MICHAEL L 96,063.52
RAHM, MARK A 95,403.52
PILLARD, DUSTIN D 94,907.77
VANSTEENHUYSE, STEVEN J 91,822.97
PAULSON, RICHARD A 86,167.80
OGBOURNE, JARED D 85,827.98
MCKELVEY, MICHAEL L 84,295.35
JANSSEN, DOUGLAS D 83,860.29
OLNEY, STEVE W 81,954.88
KLEMAS, STEVEN MICHAEL 80,101.30
MARKWALTER, MARY A 79,715.84
WASICEK, JEANNETT E 79,482.25
JOHNSON, DAVID VERN 79,300.96
NELSON, DAVID N 79,287.47
VANDEWEERD, RON J 78,880.70
BUFFINGTON, PERRY J 78,820.96
BULL, STEVEN F 78,664.16
HOUSER, DAVID E 76,933.59
WERNET, LOGAN D 75,744.16
ORTON, SCOT ERIC 75,670.57
JENSEN, RICHARD L 75,410.31
MEDLIN, JAMES L 74,812.83
ELSBERND, RANDAL L 74,657.29
CREEKMUR, TIFFANY ANN 74,569.86
ODEGAARD, JACK D 74,407.27
KEMNA, DUANE E 73,610.29
WARNER, CRAIG E 73,283.17
MEYER, BRADLEY E 73,253.82
ORR, DAVID L 73,131.47
WOOD, BARBARA K 73,112.26
WICKWIRE, SCOTT A 72,937.93
HILLYER, JAMES V 72,781.77
STEARNS, FRANK M 72,687.79
VANOUS, PAUL J 72,112.24
SCOTT, GREGORY S 71,937.02
LILLQUIST, MICHAEL DEAN 70,715.69
SANDAHL, TRICIA J 69,837.57
HOLLANDER, BRETT A 69,509.10
WYMAN, CALVIN D 69,457.55
OSGOOD, PAMELA M 69,176.48
WEITZEL, PENNY V 68,459.44
BLANCHARD, EDITH M 68,213.08
HUGI, JASON S 67,519.31
BERGGREN, ROBERT J 67,144.40
PAULY, BRIAN D 67,014.40
ANDERSON, JONATHAN H 66,828.13
WALTHALL III, EDWIN W 66,688.28
SCHIEMANN, MICHAEL D 66,685.98
ONDER, AARON M 66,450.28
SIEFKEN, LANE L 66,177.17
RUSH, BOB D 66,028.47
GINAPP, CARL M 65,712.47
OTT Jr, RICK R 65,709.98
DETTMAN, BRENT D 65,276.61
BIEBER, PETER J 65,105.23
CONNOR, CHARLES R 64,941.04
SCHISSEL, MARY L 64,715.12
RYAL, JEREMY P 64,450.96
BRINKMAN, CHRIS W 64,268.79
KREITZER, SCOTT M 64,257.85
WOLLNER, THOMAS J 64,066.48
SIEMERS, STEVEN J 63,767.72
OGBOURNE, JEFFREY A 63,762.92
BEEMER, AARON L 63,375.29
TOMLINSON, MARK E 62,805.39
ANDERSON, TYSON C 62,651.62
BARR, JENNIFER C 62,462.79
THORSON, DON W 62,197.36
MADOLE, JOSHUA M 62,114.85
STILES, JASON E 61,889.09
CAHALAN, TIM J 61,883.84
SCHWEITZER, JACOB L 61,855.07
HUNT, JAMES A 61,772.41
GANSEN, JON J 61,397.12
BRATTRUD, KEVIN S 61,394.23
PROCHASKA, TERRANCE J 61,355.26
BLACK, DIANA L 61,267.21
OTTO, PAT H 61,267.17
STEFFY, STRATTON GLENN 61,257.74
MAKI, NEIL CLARK 61,256.90
BOLDT, BRADLEY D 61,229.35
FRIESE, NOAH E 61,100.57
OPHEIM, RANDY E 61,096.08
PHAIBOUN, ROUNGAROUN 61,078.43
EASTMAN, JEFFREY D 60,744.48
STUDER, DAVID D 60,708.44
STRATMANN, JOSHUA J 60,567.61
SCHISSEL, TOBY G 60,412.73
HEUER, MATTHEW 60,201.20
AKINS, GARY D 59,555.23
BORCHARDT, DANIEL 59,520.77
DUENOW, KEVIN S 59,348.20
SAUVE, CURT W 59,287.67
SHRADER, STEVE D 59,063.73
THEILEN, CAMERON JAY 58,747.80
NIEDERMAYER, BRANDON L 58,613.97
O’DONNELL, RICHARD E 58,368.90
ANDERSON, CHRISTOPHER J 58,297.10
SHEESE, RICK E 57,924.84
HEWETT, VICTOR E 57,549.89
MCCHESNEY, SETH R 57,405.20
THOMAS, RANDI L 57,307.79
STILES, JAY HOWARD 57,218.85
ARP, JOHN E 57,104.73
BOHL, JOE A 57,083.92
TRASK, JASON L 56,857.89
FURST, SHANNON M 56,616.29
PAULUS, RYAN 56,372.22
FRIEDERICH, CORBY SCOTT 56,052.54
QUAYLE, RAYMOND R 55,712.27
SBERAL, JAMES J 55,712.27
WYMORE, BRENT E 55,647.61
RUEHLOW, MARK D 55,625.69
MIHM, D C 55,485.94
PETERSON, KYLE A 55,057.61
KRUEGER, RANDY S 54,953.60
SAINCI, KATHERINE F 54,516.56
GANSEN, PATRICIA K 54,414.39
ROSENBAUM, RUSS A 54,317.16
SBERAL, MATTHEW JAMES 52,633.13
FAUGHT, ROBIN D 52,626.50
THOMAS, TIMOTHY J 52,615.32
CLAUSEN, WILLIAM V 52,259.80
ECHELBARGER, RUSSELL D 52,069.28
BENNETT, PENNY M 52,069.13
BARKER, GEORGE R 52,057.65
LUNNING, BRADLEY R 52,010.65
SCHWEIZER, TYLER P 51,896.27
WILLADSEN, JESSY J 51,575.12
MARSH, RICKY D 51,431.21
REPP, NATHAN A 51,384.80
WILLIAMS, MITCHELL D 51,325.73
ARHART, CHRISTOPHER D 50,987.99
DUFFEY, PATRICK MICHAEL 50,986.75
WESTENDORF, DENNIS 50,645.24
DAHLEY, DANIEL J 50,626.81
NIELSEN, KENNETH R 50,432.58
BURKE, DANIEL J 50,314.98
NEUBERGER, KYLE J 50,191.67
LOFING, JOHN P 49,993.19
WILCOX, ROBBIE J 49,979.26
VERHELST, DANIEL J 49,798.80
BECKNER III, WILBUR R 49,750.90
ORR, TAMMY R 49,716.92
SHACKLETON, ROBERT D 49,606.75
CASE, DONALD 49,396.79
KLIPPING, MERLE M 49,359.31
SMITH, MITCHELL RAYMOND 49,324.33
HARRISON, TERRENCE K 49,273.37
WILSON, SCOT E 49,219.05
FRANCIS, MIKE D 49,077.79
BARLOW, JOHN R 48,900.13
CHRISTENSEN, JAMES R 48,838.17
MARTINSON Jr, WILLIAM R 48,700.36
FLUGGE, DANIEL E 48,556.26
BOEHMER, TERRY L 48,523.15
LAMBERT, ALAN E 48,481.08
JACOBSON, RANDY LYNN 48,335.93
LARSON, MICHAEL RAY 48,309.70
DINGMAN, DAN C 48,260.03
MORETZ, BRADLEY R 48,154.59
SIMS, DAVID K 48,126.42
FLUGGE, ROBERT M 48,070.15
GAUBATZ, JOSEPH J 47,890.37
RASMUSSEN, KENNETH E 47,856.31
GALLAGHER, LARRY M 47,847.92
RISTAU, TODD R 47,546.20
GINDER, JERRY H 47,492.92
GRIFFIN, JESS L 47,471.23
HONKEN, BRENT ALLEN 47,306.86
FRONING, JAMIE A 47,125.82
MARTIN Jr, STEPHEN A 47,079.04
BROWN, HEATHER 47,023.44
HAASE, WILLIAM F 46,940.24
NORBY, SCOTT W 46,925.75
GLEASON, DAVID J 46,890.97
KNUDSON, KEVIN J 46,821.68
HITZHUSEN, JEREMY J 46,778.25
FESSLER, CHAD DEAN 46,711.50
QUINN, MICHAEL JOSEPH 46,669.20
RICKARD, MICHAEL J 46,656.83
SCHMITT, TONY DAVID 46,526.93
SAUVE, KENT JEROME 46,464.84
NONNWEILER, DANIEL 46,366.00
LITTERER, MATTHEW J 46,316.94
OLSON, RYAN CRAIG 46,068.40
GOURLEY, RANDY G 46,042.05
GREENAN, MICHAEL F 45,839.00
BOSTER, ROBERT A 45,838.96
ROTTINGHAUS, BRANDON C 45,838.96
SCHULTE, DYLAN SCOTT 45,834.80
SCHRANDT, WILLIAM J 45,332.78
BECK, JO ANN 45,299.57
STECKER, PAMELA A 44,704.88
HACKBART, MICHAEL J 44,437.14
HOLT, MARK E 43,813.71
MORETZ, PATRICK J 42,430.48
KAMMEYER, WILLIAM L 41,676.00
COLOMBO, JOYCE A 41,653.37
ENRIGHT, BETH E 41,478.98
CARPENTER, LOVELLA L 41,342.72
JENSEN, KELLIE M 40,981.12
GARL, KRYSTAL K 40,533.16
SEVERS, MELINDA S 39,762.20
PRAZAK, JESSICA J 39,641.69
OLSON, NANCY L 39,545.77
JOHNSRUD, PAMELA A 39,545.68
ALEXANDER, NANCY J 39,414.23
BROWN, DONNA M 38,934.25
HENDRIKSON, MARTHA M 38,248.80
SHEIMO, LYNN R 37,871.61
FRIICHTENICHT, KELSIE 37,634.26
LINSKEY-DEEGAN, MARA S 37,501.55
BROWN, WYATT SCOTT 37,478.54
MCCOLLOUGH, CALISTA E 36,760.76
BOWEN, KATRINA M 36,760.72
SINNWELL, HANNAH MARIE 36,629.83
PRICE, CONNIE J 35,924.81
COLOMBO, STEVEN A 35,782.38
RIPPENTROP, AMY SUE 34,030.43
SIMON, JAMIE R 32,687.08
BRAUN, DAVID A 31,931.56
TAYLOR, JERRY JOEL 31,606.46
BARTUSEK, LORI A 29,256.42
EVANS, RAELENE M 29,035.37
WILLEKE, JANICE L 29,003.39
HIXSON, JODY K 28,933.00
COLLINS, CHERI 28,889.56
BRAUN, TERESA LYNN 28,851.37
RYE, RACHEL LYNN 28,162.32
STEPLETON, JAMES 28,047.76
MOORE, MICHELLE L. 27,909.77
KUBISTA, TROY T 25,512.78
THOMPSON, LINDSAY DAWN 25,383.89
STRAW, DEANN RAE 24,216.56
TROUSDALE, ASHLEY FRANCES 23,640.04
MARVIN, MEGAN LOUISE 22,933.76
CHRISTIANS, THOMAS NEIL 21,057.80
MITCHELL, MALLORY LYNN 20,229.34
ADAMS, MICHAEL L 19,554.59
JOST, PAMELA JEAN 18,507.60
O’NEIL, HANNAH FAYE 18,325.86
ANDERSON, LAURA BETH 15,272.80
CUMMING, VALERIE ANN 14,619.83
KLEMESRUD, YENI NOHEMY 14,252.28
CHISHOLM, DANIEL K 14,231.49
HAMMARSTEDT, DARRELL R 13,904.45
BARTUNEK, PAULA A 13,869.63
HOPPER, ROYLENE 13,638.48
HEPPERLY, DOROTHY 13,458.71
BOOKMEYER, ERIC A 13,200.00
HOLMES, JODY L 13,180.31
CLUTE, RONALD D 13,112.01
CHRISTENSEN, FAITH ANN 12,559.82
MARKER, LEON LYLE 12,324.00
ARMON, DAMIAN MARIUS 11,527.60
MERTES, SUSAN A 11,418.83
PAULSEN Sr, JAMES F 11,080.70
DUCK, MILES M 10,396.17
SCHWADE, DONALD MARTIN 10,150.75
KAMMRAD, DICK E 10,081.43
HAMMJE, RUBY J 10,052.53
LEAMAN, SARAH K 9,542.00
KIRCHGATTER, THOMAS B 9,360.00
KORENBERG, AMANDA M 9,067.80
MADISON, RALPH F 9,029.85
DAVIS, CHRYSTINA ANN 8,790.00
HAMMEN, JOHN GREGORY 8,176.63
BARKEMA, LON HARVEY 8,162.46
EMERSON, STANLEY R 8,054.11
DAHLSTROM, JIMMY H 7,974.50
HOWE, LARRY DEAN 7,961.16
HUGO, CHARLES MAXWELL 7,923.69
JILEK, CHRIS DEE 7,753.24
MARINER, ALEX JAMES 7,578.62
JACKSON, JORDAN S 7,422.63
WATERMILLER, JEFFERY H 7,418.48
HICKEY, TRAVIS R 7,400.00
KUHN, ALEX 7,400.00
LEE, JOHN 7,400.00
MARINOS, JEAN 7,400.00
SOLBERG, JANET E 7,400.00
POLSKI, BRIAN JOSEPH 7,226.53
GROOMS, STEPHANIE MARIE 7,168.98
BRONSON, RONALD LOUIS 7,031.32
HENELY, DANYA LYNN 6,702.02
MCCURDY, CHRISTOPHER A 6,331.76
TREBIL, CURTIS NORMAN 6,273.56
WHALEN, ANNE E 5,741.94
BARTOSZEK, ALEC RYAN 5,738.00
KREMER, NATHAN J 5,494.94
MAYLAND, MARCY NICOLE 5,353.50
HAMMEN, JULIE A 5,262.80
MAKI, ERIC ALAN 5,256.74
KISS, TOMMY J 5,224.35
VOORTMANN, NICK 5,094.00
DIEHL, TAYLOR MAE 5,083.50
WILSON, WALKER FREEMAN 4,970.58
DONDLINGER, BRENNAN JOHN 4,785.00
BURNETT, CHARLES E 4,731.38
GILBERTSON, CHRIS WILLIAM 4,694.63
KADERA, DEBORAH L 4,521.26
BIRKE, ELORA MAKENZY 4,303.14
BIER, SUSAN J 4,259.23
STARR, STEVEN RAY 4,219.53
THOMAS, GARY JOHN 4,187.41
RANSOM, JONATHAN TAYLOR 4,185.00
ALLENSTEIN, ASHLEY L 4,140.50
WIGGINS, ABBIE CHRISTINA 4,108.75
DAHLSTROM, DENNIS RICHARD 4,077.65
MATTSON, ASHLEY LYN 4,050.05
WYBORNY, MARY LOU 3,938.25
BORGER, DAVE A 3,903.63
HUNT, JOSEPH DEAN 3,800.21
BROWN, CAROL L 3,743.53
KAUNE II, TONY CHARLES 3,690.00
TYLER, MATHEW B 3,610.00
KING, DION 3,550.51
BOHL, MICHAEL CLEMENS 3,522.00
PEARCE, LOGAN JOHN 3,510.83
KAY, JASON STEVEN 3,455.00
TORNQUIST, SCOTT E 3,415.44
KRAFT, SAMANTHA 3,407.00
FREDRICKSON, ROBERT W 3,390.00
WHITE, WILLIS ARED 3,290.00
TRYTTEN, BRADY MICHAEL 3,247.25
ADAMSKI, JACOB EDWARD 3,138.65
MARTIN, MADISON 3,130.14
FETT, VIRGIL D 3,095.52
VANHAUEN, RACHEL MAE 3,063.61
BENNETT, ROBERT B 3,014.16
STEPLETON, TIMOTHY EDWARD 3,003.00
DEWITT, HANNAH MARIE 2,992.88
BRUNSVOLD, TREVOR A 2,954.75
KRAMER, RUSS A 2,900.00
BERG, ALAINA CAROLINA 2,875.20
MARTIN, SYDNEY ANNE 2,855.76
SCHICKEL, WILLIAM P 2,846.20
DETRA, MARK R 2,836.75
RODRIGUEZ, MCCLAREN RENEE 2,831.62
ANDERSON, MACKENZIE ALLYN 2,792.19
THOMS, DANYA L 2,783.82
BIRKE, MELODEE 2,750.13
PEPER, ELLEN MARIE 2,739.88
THOMS, AUSTIN ROBERT 2,617.39
CORNICK, JENNA AMELIA MARIE 2,570.75
WEISS, KYLE 2,520.50
VERSTEGEN, ANDREW JAMES 2,495.60
MARSON, OLIVIA ANN 2,460.39
THOMAS, DEVIN C 2,429.52
FINGALSEN, TOM 2,413.63
ZINNEL, ROBERT D 2,413.39
BALLMER, ZACHARY FRANCIS PRESSLY 2,396.25
BERG, MASON WILLIAM 2,364.28
FLORMAN, CRYSTAL JO 2,325.95
FRANCIS, ANNA ELIZABETH 2,237.32
YOUNKER, KYLE STEPHEN 2,215.52
RASMUSSEN, JACOB E 2,205.33
DAHLSTROM, SAVANNAH MARIE 2,203.65
ARNDT, SPENCER MITCHELL 2,174.02
VOORTMANN, KATIE LYNNE 2,157.52
EVANS, MICHAEL LUDLOW 2,073.59
VERSTEGEN, ANDREW JAMES 2,009.13
PRUISMAN, DEAN FRANCIS 1,980.00
BALL, BENJAMIN SCOTT 1,976.25
GOETZ, SAWYER JOSEPH 1,962.00
SCHULTZ, MEAGAN ALBERTA 1,944.50
MERRITT, MORGAN 1,936.77
STORESHUND, SIRI K 1,907.07
YEZEK, TAYLOR LEE 1,905.00
MORETZ, RYAN PATRICK 1,840.00
RIESEN, JACOB MAXWELL 1,829.01
ANDEREGG, PATRICK STEVEN 1,812.50
ESPINOSA, CARON R 1,738.21
RIESEN, ANTHONY MICHAEL 1,710.19
STINE, JASON ROBERT 1,674.50
HARMON, CODY JACOB 1,664.75
WOLTERS, MARCI JEAN 1,629.33
CADENA, NATALIA VICTORIA 1,575.89
KAUNE, EMILY J 1,535.51
WATSON, ALEC CHRISTOPHER 1,515.13
CHAMBERLIN, CAYLEY ROSE 1,456.96
ALLENSTEIN, MINDY LEE 1,450.64
DETTMER, LAUREN JOAN 1,448.14
HRUBETZ, JAMES L 1,430.00
ANDRADE, JOELLEN ASHLEY 1,421.39
HERSHEY, NATHANIAL THOMAS 1,386.50
KING, TAYLOR R 1,378.58
TIEDEMANN, MERLYN D 1,348.19
BROWN, HANNAH KAY 1,247.00
BERG, FORREST 1,235.64
HUCKINS, EMILY NICOLE 1,232.52
HUTCHISON, DANIELLE MERCEDES 1,216.19
MILLER, JAMES A 1,207.75
THOMPSON, ANGELA MARIE 1,178.75
SWANSON, CHERYL RENEE 1,138.50
REISINGER, ZEB ALAN 1,122.00
BLAKELY, WILLIE J 1,098.00
CAMPBELL, ELIZABETH GRACE 1,090.25
RISTAU, SPENCER JORDAN 1,047.65
LORENCE, BRADLEY MATTHEW 1,024.38
ARMOUR, KYLE TERRANCE 1,011.37
ZIRBEL, KURT D 990.00
OBERMIRE, ELISE LYNANN 952.28
DAVENPORT, RANDALL ERICKSON 851.89
STEPLETON, KATHERINE M 809.64
REICH, CHARLES E 809.63
BORCHARDT, LOGAN MATTHEW 809.50
HUNGERFORD, RODNEY L 749.00
VANDENBERG, STEVE C 706.38
WATT, SKYLAR LEE 701.00
MORSE, ABBY MARIE 684.50
SCOTT, RUSSELL WALTER 682.00
ANDREWS, MITCHELL JERRY 678.00
NEWELL, KAYLA A 674.45
MILES SR, JAMES PHILLIP 666.75
OERTEL, SUSAN C 664.14
THORSON, NEBRASKA 599.38
ANGELL, ANNIKA JO 591.88
CHIMAL, JONATHAN ANDRES 572.75
JENSEN, LINDA J 549.00
KAUNE, EMILY 540.13
WALKER, DEREK MICHAEL 535.50
TOEBE, TYLER JAMES 526.01
FISHER, ROBERT J 504.00
HUEGLI, BROOKE MADISON 475.76
TATE, DEREK NATHANIEL 461.88
LAFRENZ, ALEX DONALD 459.00
URNESS, ABBY CHRISTINE 453.13
KING, WESLEY 412.25
ANDERSON, AARON RICHARD 369.00
MORGAN, ABIGAIL 367.50
KRUGER, PATRICK C 362.50
BELL, CRYSTAL A 332.00
BIENFANG, NAOMI J 332.00
PETERSON, REED A 332.00
KROPMAN, DAVID A 324.00
VANDENBERG, STEVE C 324.00
VON WALD, HARVEY F 324.00
WILLMAN, SANDI 324.00
BELL, SCOTT 296.00
BEASLEY, ANN L 289.00
CURTIS, SHANNON 288.00
EMERSON, BARBARA MARIE 288.00
LUCAS, BRITTANIE K 288.00
LUKES, LEAH K 288.00
MEYER, MARIA E 288.00
SCHUPANITZ, SAMANTHA KAY 264.07
HOWELL, BRYAN J 225.00
WYBORNY, MARY L 224.00
DUNCAN, DAVID EUGENE 220.00
KIRKPATRICK, JEFFREY D 217.00
O’CONNELL, AMY J 217.00
SCHNEIDER, KENNETH W 217.00
TIPPING, CONNER JOSEPH 217.00
HUISMAN, DIANNA H 207.00
ROTTINGHAUS, SYDNEY LEWIS 207.00
HOEPPNER, LAURIE A 186.00
HOWELL, GARY GENE 186.00
JOLIVETTE, BRUCE D 186.00
KLEVEN, KIMBER L 186.00
REISINGER, KIM 186.00
YOUNG, MEREDITH KAY 186.00
WILSON, KATHRYN JENNIFER 184.00
BETTLE, JAEDON MCSHANE 155.00
FAHRNEY, MAURICE W 155.00
SCOTT, ANNA 155.00
WASICEK, DAMON 153.75
LATHAM JR, RICHARD TERRY 147.00
SCHUPANITZ, ABBIGAYLE RUTHANN 142.38
STRICKER, AVERY RYAN 137.76
SCHAPER, KARL H 133.51
DAHLSTROM, SAVANNAH 126.00
TROUSDALE, TREVOR JEROME 126.00
HULL, HEATHER L 125.50
FAHRNEY, A JEANETTE 124.00
ECKHOLT, KATIVA MARIE 112.63
BALEK, JESSICA MICHELLE 106.88
BETZ, SARAH KATHERINE 105.00
LEHMANN, ELLIE 105.00
PLOTZKE, KATHERINE ANN-POPP 105.00
REINEKE, KIRSTEN MELODEE 105.00
ROTTINGHAUS, ASHLEY LYNETTE 105.00
TEKIPPE, TRYISTON MACKINNLEE 105.00
PAARMANN, LAURA R 93.00
TRAINER, TYSON JEFFREY 90.00
FEDDERS, ANDREW J 85.00
CLARK, JOSEPH L 63.00
EIKENBERRY, MARIE R 50.00
KAUNE, CATHERINE JEAN 49.50
BETZ, MICHAEL T 31.00
WEINSCHENK, ASHLEE MARIE 20.00
OLSON, MICHAEL R. 18.00
PLUNKETT, BORDEN D 7.00
STEPLETON, JAMES A 7.00
MONAGHAN, JEREMY JORDAN 6.00
REDEKER JR., JAMES W 6.00
STEARNS, MIRANDA 2.00

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51 Responses to City of Mason City employee salaries

  1. Allen

    Allen Reply Report comment

    March 1, 2016 at 7:51 am

    I wish I had a job that paid $50 thousand + a year, plus health coverage, paid vacation, a retirement fund that’s sound and safe from thieving fingers. Anybody know if the city is hiring. But then again I could try Curries. I just heard of a guy that made over $70 thou last year. Not to shabby I guess, where do I apply.

  2. Anonymous Reply Report comment

    February 29, 2016 at 10:03 pm

    This is 2016 not 1916….just saying ‘

  3. Watching Reply Report comment

    February 29, 2016 at 8:51 pm

    Not hard to tell there is some disgruntle city employees writing on here. Wonder if they ever managed anything or anyone. Bet not easier to hide and complain.

    • Allen

      Allen Reply Report comment

      March 1, 2016 at 11:01 am

      Are you saying that they don’t like their job, or that they work in a hostile work environment. Why are they disgruntle. Any idea who the disgruntle city employees are.

  4. Watchdog Reply Report comment

    February 29, 2016 at 7:56 pm

    For some perspective:

    Mason City’s population was 27,000 approximately in 1940.

    Mason City’s population is 27,000 today, approximately.

    Based on numbers and some common sense logic, these salaries are outrageous. Since 1940 Mason City has had some urban sprawl and growth in numbers of families. We now have smaller family units so we see more homes, miles of streets. Also retail growth resulting in more traffic, ect.

    I get inflation, but?

    But, somehow I just can’t see these salaries as justified when you look at the stagnant population growth. Then when you look at the wage scale in the private sector, clearly the establishment good old boy network has been successful.

    All at the expense of the middle class working stiff.

    The citizens of Mason City has sure taken it the shorts.

    • Anonymous Reply Report comment

      March 11, 2016 at 4:05 pm

      Seriously, watchdog, do you have a point here? Nothing you have said proves anything, or as far as that goes, makes any sense. With someone like you watching citizen’s backs, I’ll take my chances.

  5. misappropriatedmasoncity Reply Report comment

    February 29, 2016 at 7:20 pm

    what degrees do these officers hold and how many years in college did it take to earn them. Still no leads on any major crimes I read the incident report and its clear how little they do and how dangerous their jobs are not.

    • Randall Reply Report comment

      February 29, 2016 at 7:35 pm

      You are too chicken shit to do their job.

    • Crimestoppers Reply Report comment

      February 29, 2016 at 8:08 pm

      Would you rather there be MORE crime? Should they get paid BY the incident? You know, they hire new officers from time to time. You could get a “cushy job on the force” once you make it through the selection process, attend and graduate the academy. Then you would be on easy street! You should do a ride along sometime and let them know how easy they have it and how overpaid they are.

  6. rukidding Reply Report comment

    February 29, 2016 at 4:48 pm

    If these salaries are comparable with what other cities are paying then I believe they are just. The City is like any other business they must pay what the market has set as wages. Not sure if I would want to be a police officer in this day and age when everything they do is cause for second guessing. If someone is breaking the law and gets hurt by an officer too bad that’s the risk they took. I would rather see the officer go home safe and sound instead of a criminal.

    • LVS Reply Report comment

      February 29, 2016 at 6:21 pm

      I am not talking about police officers or even firemen who have very dangerous jobs and should be compensated accordingly. I am talking about street workers and supervisors who have supervisors doing their work for them and still think should get top dollar.

      • Anonymous Reply Report comment

        February 29, 2016 at 8:22 pm

        So YOU should decide how the city is run and who gets paid how much? Good paying jobs for everyone!*
        * (except when LVS has to pay for it and he doesn’t think people are worth it or aren’t related to him).

    • Ralph Reply Report comment

      February 29, 2016 at 8:28 pm

      I agree with not wanting to be an officer in this day and age but not with the city being like a business. I think a business is there to make money and that’s not the city’s place. The city has a responsibility to provide services at the most reasonable cost to the taxpayer. LVS is right supervisors that have supervisors (or foremen) doing their jobs isn’t right.

  7. Don't Cry Reply Report comment

    February 29, 2016 at 4:37 pm

    How much of these salaries are due to overtime pay. Everyone would expect extra pay for extra work no matter where you work. Not hard to tell the city has some disgruntled employees by some of these comments.

  8. mcmoneypit Reply Report comment

    February 29, 2016 at 1:28 am

    what is the total for just for mcpd salaries? Buy traffic cams. they are more effective and cost less.

    • cheapest isn't best Reply Report comment

      February 29, 2016 at 7:18 am

      Privatization of law enforcement is a great way to bring blackwater back. No thanks. I think I will vote against ANY move toward a surveillance state that I can.

  9. Ralph Reply Report comment

    February 28, 2016 at 9:51 pm

    STANGLER, WILLIAM P 112,198.72 …O&M Manager
    BERGGREN, ROBERT J 67,144.40 …Street Supervisor
    BRATTRUD, KEVIN S 61,394.23 …Sanitation Supervisor
    BOHL, JOE A 57,083.92 …Water Utility Supervisor

    Here is what grinds my gears. How many chiefs does O&M need? It is just not these guys but under each supervisor they have a working foreman, one of them has two, to do their jobs and now the rummer is that they want to hire another. My understanding is that these guys each get paid an extra $4,000 to $5,000 a year to do what these supervisors get paid to do. Isn’t this the dept that recently was shorted $200,000+? If that is the case it seems simple to me either get rid of these foreman and make these supervisors do their jobs or better yet get rid of these supervisors and let the foreman do it. Take the cream off the top, that’s nearly $300,000.

    • Anonymous Reply Report comment

      February 29, 2016 at 8:26 am

      @Ralph-People are power so they keep adding to their little kingdom’s. It is time (past time) for a clean up in our city. It won’t happen under a fat drunk who approved his own raise for doing nothing.

      • LVS Reply Report comment

        February 29, 2016 at 8:28 am

        That “Anonymous” was me. Matt must have reset the system.

        • Just for the record Reply Report comment

          February 29, 2016 at 8:44 am

          so now we DON’T want good paying jobs (unless you or someone you deem worthy has them)?

          • LVS

            February 29, 2016 at 9:13 am

            They should be paid for the job skills required to perform their jobs and not just because they belong to a union. They are getting theirs on the backs of the taxpayers.

          • Check Your Facts

            February 29, 2016 at 9:47 am

            What union(s) do those four people belong to?

          • LVS

            February 29, 2016 at 2:52 pm

            They don’t. And, yet they are still grossly overpaid for what they do.

          • Allen

            Allen

            February 29, 2016 at 3:00 pm

            Cent, credit union..

          • Just for the record

            February 29, 2016 at 3:25 pm

            What do YOU consider proper monetary compensation for a managerial or supervisory position for a city of ~25k? What qualifies you to make that determination?

          • Ralph

            February 29, 2016 at 6:56 pm

            @ Just for the record… I myself am all for good paying jobs. This community, not just the city employees, need good paying jobs. My gripe is that the City is already paying four individuals to do a job and they are also paying an additional 3 to 4 more people an additional $4,000 to $5,000 each a year to do that same job and wanting to add another? How many people does it take to do the same job? If O&M is having budget issues I would hope that the mayor and council would look at how these depts are ran and ask the same questions.
            @ Check Your Facts… I’m not for sure but I don’t believe any of the above four listed named individuals are in any unions. I don’t think that there is a union for management.

  10. Anonymous Reply Report comment

    February 28, 2016 at 2:49 pm

    My opinion is that except for the top administration, I am happy that they are paid a living wage. We cry about not having good paying jobs here all the time.. If all the ranters would stop whining, take the Civil Service tests required by some of the positions and apply for open positions, you too could have a decent paying job with benefits. Jealousy is always rampant when these reports come out. It is what it is… get over it. Did you ever think that they are also paying for their own wages as taxpayers as well??? We just use the city services with nothing to give back……Why do people always think that people that work for a city, county etc, should be the working poor??? I am a liberal, but in this area, I am a realist.

  11. LVS Reply Report comment

    February 28, 2016 at 10:32 am

    Matt is not paid with taxpayer’s money. He is a private business and that is the difference. Get real and get a life.

    • good for the goose Reply Report comment

      February 28, 2016 at 10:55 am

      That is true. He is not paid with taxpayers money. He is paid with YOUR money. The same medium used to bitch about all the low paying jobs in this town is used to sensationalise how much city employees get paid. Kind of talking out both sides of his face don’t ya think?

      • LVS Reply Report comment

        February 28, 2016 at 6:18 pm

        No I don’t agree. We pay a subscription, at least I do and if I am not happy with what I get for my money I can just quit paying. I don’t have that option with taxes. If I quit paying I lose my house and I have a lot in that. A whole different deal don’t you think?

  12. good for the goose Reply Report comment

    February 28, 2016 at 10:11 am

    While this information is not news, I think Matt should publish his annual salary in the spirit of fair play. And before you whine about “I don’t have to” or “this is all public record”. You didn’t have to publish public records either.

    • The other guy Reply Report comment

      February 28, 2016 at 10:24 am

      Excellent Point. Matt rants and rags ad nauseam about other media in North Iowa. He has trashed their news coverage and individual employees personally. These businesses however have made ther profit and loss statements are part of the public record. Lets see your tax returns Donald!

  13. Anonymous Reply Report comment

    February 28, 2016 at 6:16 am

    http://northiowatoday.com/2015/03/03/city-of-mason-city-calendar-year-2014-salary-list/

    2014 TRICIA J SANDAHL $65,378.56
    2015 SANDAHL, TRICIA J 69,837.57

    I’m sure that all of you got a 6.8% INCREASE last year

    • Allen Reply Report comment

      February 28, 2016 at 8:14 am

      If this is correct, there’s something wrong with this picture.

      • Anonymous Reply Report comment

        February 28, 2016 at 8:30 am

        It is, just compare the link above to the list on this article.
        2014 compared to 2015.

        2014 BRENT D TROUT $140,307.52
        2015 TROUT, BRENT D 152,771.08

        Looks like Brent received a 8.8% pay increase.
        Just like the private sector (sarcasm on & off)

        • Anonymous Reply Report comment

          February 28, 2016 at 8:37 am

          And our “illustrious” Mayor, you know, the one that wants to hold costs down.

          2014 ERIC A BOOKMEYER $10,700.00
          2015 BOOKMEYER, ERIC A 13,200.00

          Wow – Eric really made out with a 23% increase

          • Anonymous

            February 28, 2016 at 8:45 am

            And a police sergeant (KLEMAS, STEVEN MICHAEL 80,101.30) that crashes into parked vehicles making more money than police lieutenants (VANDEWEERD, RON J 78,880.70) or (STEARNS, FRANK M 72,687.79).

            80 K for Klemas?

          • NIT Publisher

            NIT Publisher

            February 28, 2016 at 6:26 pm

            He cut his own salary for 2014 as a ruse during the 2013 election to help himself and 3 dead-weight council members get re-elected. It came back online for 2015.

    • NIT Publisher

      NIT Publisher Reply Report comment

      February 28, 2016 at 6:29 pm

      She WAS under investigation for calling hard-working taxpayers names (again)… I guess city hall simply rewards that kind of behavior. Time to ramp up the coverage.

  14. Anonymous Reply Report comment

    February 27, 2016 at 8:49 pm

    On the top end of this list are some pretty big salaries !

  15. Anonymous Reply Report comment

    February 27, 2016 at 6:01 pm

    Saturn.

  16. Katie Reply Report comment

    February 27, 2016 at 4:15 pm

    I assume this was for 2015.

  17. Anonymous Reply Report comment

    February 27, 2016 at 1:10 pm

    Add another 15% for free health care -free dental car – Ipers retirement accounts – life is good for the establishment !

  18. Anonymous Reply Report comment

    February 27, 2016 at 12:45 pm

    As Obummer said – life is good and you cannot deny wages have not gone up for us government guys -the higher uppers I mean !

  19. Anonymous Reply Report comment

    February 27, 2016 at 12:17 pm

    152k for the sleazy Trout!?!?

    • Ralph Reply Report comment

      February 28, 2016 at 8:42 pm

      This guy can barely decide what shoes to wear little alone the day to day operations of the city. What a waste of taxpayer dollars.

      • Savage Reply Report comment

        February 28, 2016 at 11:01 pm

        It just makes you mad, when you think how much better you would do.

      • Allen Reply Report comment

        February 29, 2016 at 12:10 pm

        And you know this, how.

    • Allen Reply Report comment

      February 29, 2016 at 12:08 pm

      Just wondering, what makes Trout sleazy.