Saturday August 1, 2015
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Not worry. Payson’s economic director Bobby Davis was buzzing with excitement last week as he delivered an update to the council on the area’s growth.
According to the left media, Cecil the Lion being killed during a hunt in Africa is of far greater concern. After all Jimmy Kimmel cried on his live TV show during his rant about it. Pathetic, our country is in full slide mode downhill. And your tax dollars are being given to PP.
I vote for the Judicial Tyranny option. It's rather obvious.
Oh I forgot. What e-mails, what private server for State Dept. business?
So Far, TRUMP has my vote. No PC crap speak from him. Bet that really PO's you. Sounds like Hillary may be for you. You know, honesty, integrity, fund raising, favors for donations to her foundations, bimbo public destruction campaigns, a video caused the Bengazi attack, and what difference does it make! What a gal.
Not sure if they get a bill or not. If not don't worry. Just think about you tax bills. The good old public coffers will probably pick up the TAB.
Above also includes U of A President. What a racket!
This ain't silly. Look at what these clowns are paid. And this is just ASU!
ASU President Michael Crow’s annual salary and benefits:
Base salary: $475,000.
Housing allowance: $50,000. The regents will vote Thursday to increase the housing allowance to $70,000.
Car allowance: $10,000.
Additional compensation from ASU Foundation: $100,000.
2013: Up to $40,000.
2014: Up to $40,000.
2015: Up to $180,000 for meeting benchmarks in several categories, including freshman retention, research revenue, bachelor’s degrees awarded, and transfer students.
Some goals Crow has to meet in 2015 to get the full bonus in each category:
Freshman-retention rate goal: 86.5 percent, up from 80 percent now.
Research-funding goal: $444.9 million a year, up from an estimated $405 million now.
Bachelor’s-degrees-awarded goal: 14,900 a year, up from 13,200 in 2011-12.
UA President Ann Weaver Hart’s annual salary and benefits:
Housing allowance: $50,000.
Retirement: Not available.
2013: Up to $40,000.
2015: Up to $180,000 for meeting goals in several areas in 2015.
Freshman-retention rate: 83.7 percent, up from 80 percent now.
Research funding: $833 million, up from an estimated $632 million now.
Bachelor’s-degrees-awarded goal: 6,700, up from 6,351 in 2011-12.
Source: Arizona Board of Regents
Ya gotta love the finger pointing.
An motorized auto pulley basket for going up, and a slide for going down would be much more cost effective. Estimated cost $5K.
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