Rochester city payrolls

For the second straight year, a 911 dispatcher working more than 2,200 hours in overtime was the highest paid employee in Rochester city government. James Felice received more than $80,000 in added wages, ending the year with a total of $133,200 — one of 114 city workers paid more than $100,000 in 2010. That number is down from 132 the year before but up from 75 in 2006. Over the years, the city has steadily reduced its overtime and its workforce. But personnel still accounts for 60 percent of the city budget, and the city is facing a $50 million budget gap in the year ahead. The database below includes payroll information for city workers from 2006 to 2010.
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