Woodstock Fire Protection District Overtime – 2017

Fiscal Year 2017 saw another large decrease in overtime for the Woodstock Fire Protection District.

The total for the twelve months was $240,899.

FY 2017 Overtime Totals per Employee
Last Name First Name Running Total
Beatty Zachary $7,261.15
Berg Fred $58.26
Biederer John $2,545.19
Bordeau Kip $2,589.60
Brinkman Michael $3,982.70
Brown Shane $2,587.11
Brown Thomas $2,107.62
Brunetti Joseph $5,726.51
Burns Nathaniel $3,366.43
Bush Karen $4,850.90
Colby Trevor $1,667.96
Cooke DeAngelo $2,455.76
Ellegood Jacob $116.10
Flores Jose $3,422.11
Forbes Christina $1,859.81
Freund Robert $8,704.47
Gulli Matthew $6,522.86
Hausl Gary $3,947.12
Hedges Matthew $3,966.13
Heideman Paul $5,974.43
Hill Michael $1,130.08
Hopp Landon $1,891.10
Huemann Anthony $2,796.48
Iskra Damian $178.02
Jagels Christopher $4,688.45
Jagman Daniel $123.12
Johnson Richard $2,998.56
Keefe Patrick $1,475.65
Krejci Aaron $2,433.18
Kristensen Eric $2,954.43
Kurth Brian $2,840.73
Lamis Danielle $1,506.77
Lesniak Jeffrey $4,343.05
Lozowski Eric $2,049.05
Mains Ryan $7,370.18
Marek Brian $5,172.23
Mass Adam $1,584.56
Miller Jason $6,347.28
Murphy Quinn $2,144.42
Nieman Scott $9,684.07
Parker Brendan $7,520.76
Pauley Stephen $12.55
Poplawski Jack $4,123.81
Potoczky John $3,280.18
Randecker Jeffery $4,061.47
Ritzert Scott $5,578.68
Ryan Patrick $5,305.10
Schroeder Timothy $5,024.51
Serpe David $958.56
Shannon Michael $9,395.14
Shannon Zachary $1,867.20
Teresi Brandon $9,572.39
Vasquez Steven $8,858.88
Vizanko Eric $13,743.60
Weber Christopher $2,455.76
Webster Tyler $9,272.19
Weir Nicholas $6,104.05
Wessel Scott $3,398.78
Williams Chad $3,941.38
TOTAL   $241,898.62

Comments

Woodstock Fire Protection District Overtime – 2017 — 2 Comments

  1. Do the people of McHenry Co. and Woodstock know that the City regularly advertises in Chicago homosexual publications for positions of employment with the fire and PD?

  2. Progress has been made on the total OT costs over the last 3 years which is a great step. Need to see what % of the budget is allocated to OT each year and track individuals against that total. Where has the OT saving been reallocated the last 2 years? Training? Equipment? Benefits? Salaries? Gen. Fund? or back to taxpayers?

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