Monday, December 17, 2012

WASS CHP Edition

Dec. 17 (Bloomberg) -- California Highway Patrol division chief Jeff Talbott retired last year as the best-paid officer in the 12 most-populous U.S. states, collecting $483,581 in salary, pension and other compensation.
Talbott, 53, received $280,259 for accrued leave and vacation time and took a new job running the public-safety department at a private university in Southern California. He also began collecting an annual pension of $174,888 from the state.

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Does anyone want to be in need of assistance as this officer is on hour 46 of a double 24?  


TJandTheBear said...

I still like your idea of taxing excessive pensions. Fat chance it flies in this state, though.

Cinco-X said... this sustainable? If not, then how long can it last?

TJandTheBear said...

Depends on the city. Obviously San Berdo's S has already HTF. The rest of the country is on the clock.