“Trinket” or “art”? Mississauga’s $15,212.05 Mayor’s Gala Coat of Arms. Pssst! Wanna see it? I did!…

April 20th, 2011  

[UPDATE April 29, 2011. Today we replaced the video “Trinket” or art? Mississauga’s $15,212.05 Mayor’s Gala Coat of Arms. Pssst! Wanna see it? I did!…” because of an error in the date –correct date was April 20, 2011 and not April 14th as in the original. Apologies. Now back to the blog.]

Well, I got to see Hazel McCallion’s $15,000 coat of arms “trinket” today.

HAZEL MCCALLION'S MAYOR'S $15,212.05 COAT OF ARMS. So. Whatcha think?

Saw it with my own eyeballs and videotaped it for yours. I have a theory… but will keep it to myself until the time’s right.

As is now our practice we provide this video of me accessing and documenting the Mayor’s coat of arms —followed by the transcript.

“Trinket” or art? Mississauga’s $15,212.05 Mayor’s Gala Coat of Arms. Pssst! Wanna see it? I did!… (2:59 min)

(Click here to go directly to the clip on YouTube)

[VIDEO TRANSCRIPT]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (whispering inside Mississauga Council Chambers April 20, 2011)

I’m gonna talk a little bit quieter for this because I don’t want anyone to hear me.

It is Wednesday, April the 20th, 2011 and Mississauga Council right now is in-camera. And I’m going to whisper this because I don’t want the knobs to hear me.

We’ve hear a lot of talk about the $15,000 Mayor’s coat of arms and it looks something like this.

[CAMERA ZOOMS TO COUNCIL COAT OF ARMS]

It’s a replica of that one.

But nobody’s ever had a look at it.

After Mississauga Council comes back in here, I’m going to go to the Mayor/Councillor area and ask to see the Mayor’s coat of arms. I want to see what $15,000 has bought.

[CITY OF MISSISSAUGA CORPORATE SECURITY KNOB CREEPS DOWN THE STAIRS]

Knob…

And let’s see if it’s a “trinket” ‘cuz I got a pretty good grasp of art. We’ll see.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (walking towards the Office of the Mayor, City Manager and Councillors, April 20, 2011)

Here we go. So let’s see what happens.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (standing outside the Office of the Mayor, City Manager and Councillors reception area, April 20, 2011)

I’m just gonna turn the camera off at this point. Yuh. I’m just gonna trust my audio recorder which is right here. Turning camera off.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (Camera back on. Sitting inside the Office of the Mayor, City Manager and Councillors reception area, April 20, 2011.)

We’re here, this is Wednesday, April the 20th, 2011 and I’m here by the Mayor’s Office, right there.

I rarely go in here. I don’t feel comfortable but what I’m interested in, of course, is just to have a look at the Mayor’s coat of arms. So we’ll see how long this takes.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (walking down hallway of the Office of the Mayor, City Manager and Councillors April 20, 2011)

Okay, coming here, I’m going to shoot straight down because I don’t —it’s a security issue if people see what’s inside here.

Mississauga Mayor/Councillors’ Office Staffer (standing at the $15,212.05 Mayor’s Gala Coat of Arms, April 20, 2011)

There it is.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (standing at the $15,212.05 Mayor’s Gala Coat of Arms, April 20, 2011)

There it is. I gotta stand back.

Mississauga Mayor/Councillors’ Office Staffer (standing at the $15,212.05 Mayor’s Gala Coat of Arms, April 20, 2011)

Sure!

[DOCUMENTING THE COAT OF ARMS AND PLAQUE]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (standing at the $15,212.05 Mayor’s Gala Coat of Arms, April 20, 2011)

What’s it made of, do you know?

Mississauga Mayor/Councillors’ Office Staffer (standing at the $15,212.05 Mayor’s Gala Coat of Arms, April 20, 2011)

Aluminum.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (standing at the $15,212.05 Mayor’s Gala Coat of Arms, April 20, 2011)

Wow, okay.

Mississauga Mayor/Councillors’ Office Staffer (standing at the $15,212.05 Mayor’s Gala Coat of Arms, April 20, 2011)

It’s 36 by 36 (inches) in diameter, in case you’re interested.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (standing at the $15,212.05 Mayor’s Gala Coat of Arms, April 20, 2011)

Yeah. Turning camera off.

[DIP TO WHITE]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (Camera back on. Walking back down hallway of the Office of the Mayor, City Manager and Councillors, April 20, 2011)

Okay. And thanks for showing me.

Mississauga Mayor/Councillors’ Office Staffer (walking back down hallway of the Office of the Mayor, City Manager and Councillors , April 20, 2011)

You’re welcome.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (entering reception area of the Office of the Mayor, City Manager and Councillors, April 20, 2011)

Thank you very much.

Mississauga Mayor/Councillors’ Office Staffer (entering reception area of the Office of the Mayor, City Manager and Councillors, April 20, 2011)

You’re very welcome. Have a good day.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (entering reception area of the Office of the Mayor, City Manager and Councillors, April 20, 2011)

You too.

[DIP TO WHITE]
[Music: Don’t Crash the Ambulance, Mark Knopfler]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reporting from reception area of the Office of the Mayor, City Manager and Councillors, April 20, 2011)

Well, I gotta say that was very fast. Easy access. And it isn’t what I expected. It really isn’t.

It’s SO BIG, you wouldn’t want it landing on your foot!

Anyway, that’s it. Turning camera off.

[VIDEO TRANSCRIPT ENDS]

Signed,

MISSISSAUGAWATCH

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Mississauga Council video presentation, “Hazel McCallion Mayor’s Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga ‘raised mmmillions of dollars'”

April 13th, 2011  

This video was shown at the April 13, 2011 Mississauga Council meeting. MISSISSAUGAWATCH will submit this entire blog for the record in the April 13, 2011 Council meeting minutes. As is now our practice we provide this video, followed by the transcript.

Hazel McCallion Mayor’s Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga “raised mmmillions of dollars” (10:11 min)

(Click here to go directly to the clip on YouTube)

[VIDEO TRANSCRIPT with freeze-frames from actual video]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reporting April 10, 2011)

Regarding the Mayor’s galas, Mississauga Council is going to limit me to ten minutes. So I’m going to let Councillor Nando Iannicca detail the concerns surrounding this annual fund-raising event.

Freeze-frame "McCallion-backed Ron Starr (left) and Councillor Nando Iannicca" from video "Hazel McCallion Mayor's Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga "raised mmmillions of dollars"

Councillor Nando Iannicca (Mississauga Council meeting, March 9, 2011)

—I trust the donors are aware, were aware that when you gave a dollar only six or seven cents went to the entity. And I’m starting to think that they’re not because of how tax receipts were issued. But perhaps that will come back.

I wonder what rapprochement’s been done with the charities when they now know, and I didn’t know, —I don’t think a lot of people knew, that you had this grand fete with the City’s elites. And at the end of the day for every dollar that came in, eighty cents was consumed.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reporting April 10, 2011)

And when we look at Commissioner Breault’s February 24, 2011 report, she writes that in 2005 the ticket cost of $400.00, 50% was allocated for donation.

And yet when you go and check on what actually happened, you can see that in 2005, the $400.00 ticket, only 24% percent went into actual proceeds.

Freeze-frame "Percent proceeds of Mayor's Gala" from video "Hazel McCallion Mayor's Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga "raised mmmillions of dollars"

And the Commissioner continues that for 2006, the ticket cost was $500.00 of which 40% was allocated for a donation.

And yet when you look in 2006, the proceeds were actually less, just twenty-two percent.

That’s difficult enough to swallow if you’re a private individual, but imagine some of these publicly-funded agencies over here, who also bought tickets.

Freeze-frame "publicly funded agencies who pissed away 80% on entertainment, food and drink" from video "Hazel McCallion Mayor's Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga "raised mmmillions of dollars"

So we’ve got Trillium Health Centre here. $2,000.00. And that’s got to be publicly-funded money, or donations that they received from people. And now what they’re doing is they’re taking their $2,000.00 and flushing 80% of it, and only $400.00 go to the arts!

And I would think that anybody who donated to the Trillium Health Centre wanted that $2,000 to go into Health.

Now there’s a March 7, 2011 article in the Toronto Star —”(Peel) Police board spent thousands on mayors’ gala [sic]” and I want to read some of the highlights to you now.

The Peel Police Services Board has bought tens of thousands of dollars worth of tickets to private mayoral galas in Brampton and Mississauga, using “proceeds of crime”—

Minutes show, for example, that the board approved buying a $4,000 table at Fennell’s gala on Feb. 20 last year, on Fennell’s invitation. A month before the gala took place, then-board member Jim Murray put forward a motion to buy a second table. It was approved.

A big player in Mississauga’s real estate market and close friend of McCallion, Murray is one of the organizers of her annual arts gala. In 2008, Fennell moved that the police board buy a $6,000 table for McCallion’s gala that November.

Now you remember October 2008 don’t you?

[DIP TO WHITE]

Freeze-frame "Peter Mansbridge, October 6, 2008 The National"" from video "Hazel McCallion Mayor's Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga "raised mmmillions of dollars"

 

Peter Mansbridge (The National CBC, October 6, 2008)

Good evening. The world’s stock markets answered a desperate call today —Sell!

They torpedoed into new territory as the financial crisis tightened its grip on the global economy.

The Dow fell almost 370 points before closing below 10,000 for the first time in four years. Earlier in the day, the TSX plunged almost 1,200 points —its biggest one-day drop on records.

—Canadians fear their savings are slip-sliding away.

Freeze-frame "TSX performance just prior to October 17, 2008 Peel Police Services Board meeting" from video "Hazel McCallion Mayor's Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga "raised mmmillions of dollars"

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reporting April 10, 2011)

As the real world debated Recession or Depression, witness the Peel Police Services Board take $6,000 of public funds and lavish $4,800 of it on Mayor McCallion’s evening of entertainment, food and drink.

[DIP TO WHITE]

Emil Kolb, Chair (Peel Police Services Board meeting, October 17, 2008)

Also there’s another special request. Would someone like to move that for the Mississauga—

Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell (Peel Police Services Board meeting, October 17, 2008)

Oh, I’ll move that. (laughs)

Freeze-frame "Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell at October 17, 2008 Peel Police Services Board meeting" from video "Hazel McCallion Mayor's Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga "raised mmmillions of dollars"

(general laughter)

Emil Kolb, Chair (Peel Police Services Board meeting, October 17, 2008)

All those in favour? Carried.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reporting April 10, 2011)

And the economy got worse. And by January 23, 2009 we see Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell vote for her own gala at this Peel Police Services Board meeting.

Emil Kolb, Chair (Peel Police Services Board meeting, January 23, 2009)

Item number 20 then is an event from the Special Policy —uh the Special Fund area. Mr. Murray.

Jim Murray, Vice Chair (Peel Police Services Board meeting, January 23, 2009)

Yes. Mr. [inaudible]

This year’s recipient of this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award for the City of Brampton at the Mayor’ annual gala for the community, and for the Brampton community is the past vice chair [inaudible] and two-time member of this Board over many many years, Mr. Webb.

Mr. Ron Webb, and I think it will be appropriate if this Board was to buy two tables to this event. Primarily for that reason but also to recognize that this might be a difficult year to sell some subscriptions to this event, and it’s a worthy event. It supports the community —it supports the [inaudible] of this award. I would move that we purchase two tables.

Freeze-frame "Jim Murray" from video "Hazel McCallion Mayor's Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga "raised mmmillions of dollars"

Emil Kolb, Chair (Peel Police Services Board meeting, January 23, 2009)

Is there a seconder? Okay. Any other questions? If not, all those in favour? Carried.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reading from National Post article, “Mississauga Mayor’s Gala faces allegations of corruption” Megan O’Toole)

“This was never intended, nor was it billed as, and nor was it sold as a fundraiser,” Mr. Murray said.

Doug Fowles (Gala promotional video shown at Hazel McCallion’s $350.00 a ticket 90th Birthday Bash, February 12, 2011)

It was originally started to raise money for the arts —for the construction of the Living Arts Centre.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reading from National Post article, “Mississauga Mayor’s Gala faces allegations of corruption” Megan O’Toole)

“—and nor was it sold as a fundraiser,” Mr. Murray said.

Toronto Sun columnist Ted Woloshyn (Gala promotional video shown at Hazel McCallion’s $350.00 a ticket 90th Birthday Bash, February 12, 2011)

—now in its 25th year, raised mmmillions of dollars to support the arts, culture and heritage in the community—

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reporting April 10, 2011)

As Ted Woloshyn should know, “raised mmmillions of dollars to support the arts, culture and heritage” is not the same thing as supporting with millions of dollars raised.

[DIP TO BLACK]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reporting April 10, 2011)

To that point. Appendix 7 shows that the Mayor’s gala raised $3,737,000 of which only $768,000 was ever returned to the community in donations.

Freeze-frame "Mayor's Gala NOT-millions donations" from video "Hazel McCallion Mayor's Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga "raised mmmillions of dollars"

The same appendix shows that there’s $2,340,000 of the Mayor’s fund was donated to the Mississauga Community Foundation [sic]. So essentially you have a foundation within a foundation.

[DIP TO BLACK]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reporting April 10, 2011)

And Councillor McFadden asked Mississauga Staff, “What year did the Mississauga Community Foundation receive $2,340,000 from the accumulated gala funds and how many projects (with amounts) have received grants from that fund to date?

And Commissioner Breault’s response is, “The $2,340,000 was transferred from the City at the end of 2006 to the Mississauga Community Foundation [sic]. The City has no information regarding projects which received grants through this Foundation.”

Freeze-frame "Hazel McCallion admits losing $28,000 from gala fund" from video "Hazel McCallion Mayor's Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga "raised mmmillions of dollars"

Mayor Hazel McCallion (Mississauga General Committee meeting, November 19, 2008)

I like your stabilization. I think it is the answer —one of the answers to the situation.

I only wish I knew about it before I turned my money over to the Community Foundation. Cuz last year I lost $28,000 out of my funding. And no interest on it.

When it was left with the City, it was getting 3% interest —on a couple of million dollars, which is nothing to— So instead, last year I lost $28,000 out of capital which is unfortunate.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reporting April 10, 2011)

As to Councillor McFadden’s question, “how many projects (with amounts) have received grants from that fund to date”?

Commissioner Breault had written, “The City has no information regarding projects which received grants through this Foundation,” —easy answer.

Freeze-frame "Community Foundation of Mississauga confirms McCallion's fund donated ZERO back to community between 2007 to current" from video "Hazel McCallion Mayor's Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga "raised mmmillions of dollars"

Go to the internet. Answer is Zero. Nothing. Not in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010. Zero.

Regarding the report by Commissioner Breault in response to Councillor McFadden’s questions, the Commissioner writes that “staff have completed their research and are providing the following based on information available in the City’s financial records.”

What that means is that answers could be elsewhere and they’ve limited their research to the financial records and that’s all.

[DIP TO WHITE]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reporting April 10, 2011)

Councillor McFadden asked specifically about the receipts. She asked about receipts for the 2005 gala, the 2006 gala and also the 2007.

And Commissioner Breault’s response is, “The City has no information to respond.”

There is a way of finding out about receipts —you just Google.

[DIP TO WHITE]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reporting April 10, 2011)

Yep there it is. “How long should you keep your tax receipts?” There it is —six years.

So we should be able to get tax receipts from City Staff and councillors who attended Mayor’s galas all the way back to 2004!

And what you get is the Mayor’s Gala website. And it looks like it’s called “IT’S A FULL HOUSE”. Kenny Rogers.

And we just go through really quickly.

And what we get is a picture of Brenda Breault herself in 2005! And there’s Councillor Prentice.

Let’s keep going. There’s the City Manager! So certainly she’ll be able to help us produce the receipts for 2005.

We’ve got Councillor Pat Mullin and we’ve got Martin Powell, Commissioner of Public Works and Transportation.

Let’s go to 2006.

There’s Ron Starr —Councillor Starr.

This guy right there. Ken Owen, Director of Facility and Properties Management. Also Director of Mississauga Corporate Security.

Freeze-frame "Ken Owen, Director of Facilities and Properties Management (aka Mississauga Corporate Security Grand Skulk" from video "Hazel McCallion Mayor's Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga "raised mmmillions of dollars"

I know he’d be happy to hand over a tax receipt. How fortunate.

Who can help us for tax receipts for 2007? Maja Prentice again. She’d be able to help us. Former Councillor.

[DIP TO WHITE]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reporting April 10, 2011)

So we’ve got City Staff for 2005, 2006 and 2007 —and councillors who could help us by producing tax receipts!

Freeze-frame "2005, 2006, 2007 gala years" from video "Hazel McCallion Mayor's Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga "raised mmmillions of dollars"

Here’s my tax receipt to the Mayor’s $350.00 a ticket 90th Birthday Bash. That easy!

[VIDEO TRANSCRIPT ENDS]

Last, for the record, this afternoon I sent the following email and requested it go into the April 13, 2011 Council minutes.

[EMAIL BEGINS]

—– Forwarded Message —-
From: MISSISSAUGA WATCH <mississauga_watch@yahoo.com>
To: hazel.mccallion@mississauga.ca; Jim Tovey <Jim.Tovey@mississauga.ca>; pat.mullin@mississauga.ca; Chris Fonseca <Chris.Fonseca@mississauga.ca>; frank.dale@mississauga.ca; eve.adams@mississauga.ca; Ron Starr <Ron.Starr@mississauga.ca>; nando.iannicca@mississauga.ca; katie.mahoney@mississauga.ca; pat.saito@mississauga.ca; sue.mcfadden@mississauga.ca; george.carlson@mississauga.ca; janice.baker@mississauga.ca; Brenda Breault <Brenda.Breault@mississauga.ca>; Mary Ellen Bench <maryellen.bench@mississauga.ca>; Crystal Greer <Crystal.Greer@mississauga.ca>
Cc: motoole@nationalpost.com; rjames@thestar.ca; city@thestar.ca; gtimbers@mississauga.net; jstewart@mississauga.net; mississauga_watch@yahoo.com
Sent: Thu, April 14, 2011 2:51:25 PM
Subject: Yesterday’s Council Mayor’s Gala video deputation is now online. And comment regarding Jim Tovey’s claim to have admired the coat of arms back in 2005.

[Hi Ms. Greer, I’m requesting that you include this correspondence in yesterday’s Council minutes or failing that, in the minutes of the next Council, please.]

Hi Council.

Yesterday’s Council Mayor’s Gala video deputation is now online.

“Hazel McCallion Mayor’s Gala Scandal: MYTHissauga “raised mmmillions of dollars”

at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFvgoWgLr30

My other reason for writing. I have video of Jim Tovey claiming to have admired the craftsmanship of the Mayor’s beautiful coat of arms “hanging on the wall” back in 2005 when he was a mere carpenter fresh from a construction site on his first visit to the Mayor’s office to talk about the power plant.

Please check out the Mississauga Judicial Inquiry’s exhibit “Holding-Mayors Gala Fund” at:

www.mississaugainquiry.ca/exhibits/pdf/Exhibit_578_COM005001350.pdf

It shows “30-Jun-09 Mayor’s Coat of Arm’s -$15,212.05”

I find it remarkable that Mr. Tovey has such vivid, fond memories of admiring this coat of arms back in 2005 when it was only paid for on June 30, 2009!

“To be persuasive we must be believable; to be believable we must be credible; credible we must be truthful .” –Edward R. Murrow

Best wishes,
MISSISSAUGAWATCH

[EMAIL ENDS]

Signed,

MISSISSAUGAWATCH

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Mississauga News, “Graffiti ‘artists’ target City Hall”. MISSISSAUGAWATCH arrives too late…

April 7th, 2011  

Saw the Mississauga News article, “Graffiti ‘artists’ target City Hall” and decided to investigate. Unfortunately I took a long nap first. The old saying is too true, “You snooze. You lose.”

MISSISSAUGA NEWS "Graffiti ‘artists’ target City Hall"  # Joseph Chin # | # Apr 06, 2011 - 12:47 PM

Still. Here’s the video, complete with transcript.

Mississauga News, “Graffiti ‘artists’ target City Hall”. MISSISSAUGAWATCH arrives too late… (4:01 min)

(Click here to go directly to the clip on YouTube)

[VIDEO TRANSCRIPT]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reporting from computer work station, April 6, 2011)

It is April 6, 2011 and this is the article in the Mississauga News, “Graffiti ‘artists’ target City Hall” and this is a picture.

[DIP TO WHITE]

And I really did want to go and see the graffiti for myself and you see that the article is posted at 12:47. And it’s really true when they say, “You snooze, you lose” because I showed up significantly later —cuz  I just wanted to check these tags.

Unfortunately by the time I showed up, this had all been erased.

However, there’s nothing that says that I can’t at least file a report on not the graffiti there anymore. So here we go.

[PUSH]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (reporting from inside car at Mississauga City Hall, April 6, 2011  7 pm approx)

It is Wednesday, April 6, 2011 and we’re here at Mississauga City Hall because I read in the Mississauga News that the skateboard plaza, right in there, had graffiti and it even looks like it’s been bombed. So I want to document it before it’s erased.

[DIP TO WHITE]

One of the things that was reported was that there’s a video surveillance camera —despite video surveillance cameras, it still got bombed. And the reality is the skateboard plaza does not have a video surveillance camera at all.

There is one and it’s just been recently installed —right there.

Anyway, what I have done is document the skateboard plaza, I think probably on four or five other occasions. Primarily just to have a look-about because it’s one of my study sites as far as skateboarding study sites is concerned. But I will, if I happen to come upon graffiti, also document it.

So that’s what we’re going to do now.

[DIP TO WHITE]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (walking towards Skateboard plaza, Mississauga City Hall, April 6, 2011)

Again the important thing is when we see a person we shoot down because we don’t want to violate anyone’s privacy. And I sure hope that the graffiti is still up so I’ve got something to document.

There’s a knob unit. Right there. Oop, look at this. Oooo. This doesn’t happen often.

676 car.

[DIP TO WHITE]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (inside the Skateboard plaza, Mississauga City Hall, April 6, 2011)

Now it looks like —yeah, that is new since I’ve looked.

Okay, unfortunately I’ve arrived too late and it’s already been removed. Dang! Too bad!

Oh well.

Yup. Too bad.

[DIP TO WHITE]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (checking out the OutHouse at the Skateboard plaza, Mississauga City Hall, April 6, 2011)

The only thing then that I can record that’s new since the last time is that.

And the only other thing is the last time that I was looking at this, gosh, it might have been last year, Fall? Don’t know.

Oh yeah. Okay. So it’s still there.

That’s cuz the knobs’d never think about lookin’ in here.

[REVERSE CLOCK-WIPE]

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (checking out the OutHouse at the Skateboard plaza, Mississauga City Hall, September 9, 2010. Fire/ambulance sirens…)

I’m here at the City of Mississauga —kind of noisy out here but what can you do?

And I was just checking out for graffiti and stuff like this. And I went in here. Take a look at this.

That’s quite the graffiti.

Ewwwwoooh my Gawd!

Oh it stinks in here!

And just imagine the stink.

But.  That ain’t got nothin’ on—

[CUT]

Sheridan College President Dr. Jeff Zabudsky (Hazel McCallion’s 90th Birthday $350.00 a ticket Party, February 12, 2011)

—Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you the Hazel McCallion Campus!

MISSISSAUGAWATCH (at Hazel McCallion’s 90th Birthday $350.00 a ticket Party, February 12, 2011. As audience cheers)

Oh my Gawd! Oh my Gawd…

[VIDEO TRANSCRIPT ENDS]

GRAFFITI MISSISSAUGA, "S BLOCK" "S-BLOCK" MISSISSAUGA CITY HALL "BOMBED" (MISSISSAUGA CITY HALL MATERIAL courtesy Peel Regional Police through Freedom of Information)

GRAFFITI MISSISSAUGA, “S BLOCK” “S-BLOCK” MISSISSAUGA CITY HALL “BOMBED”
(MISSISSAUGA CITY HALL MATERIAL courtesy Peel Regional Police through Freedom of Information)

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City of Mississauga SUNSHINE LIST: Even Transit bus drivers can make over $100,000 a year.

April 5th, 2011  

Just a quick quote from the April 1, 2011 Toronto Star article, “Many more public servants earning six figures in Ontario”. Rob Ferguson and Tanya Talaga (Queen’s Park Bureau) write:

The number of Ontario public servants earning $100,000 or more now equals the population of Sarnia as the “sunshine list” grew 11 per cent last year.

There are 71,478 provincial, municipal and public sector workers — from hydro and hospital executives to bureaucrats, political staffers and cops — beating the threshold set by former Progressive Conservative premier Mike Harris in 1995, according to figures released Thursday by the finance ministry.

Have to say, seeing the names of some of the City of Mississauga’s most unethical unaccountable Corporate hacks raking in a 100-thou plus benefits (and what do they get for pensions?) has frothed me to fury.

So. Once again, the video complete with transcript.

City of Mississauga SUNSHINE LIST:  Even Transit bus drivers can make over $100,000 a year. (4:11 min)

(Click here to go directly to the clip on YouTube)

[VIDEO TRANSCRIPT]
[
Regarding loss of $731,485 in transit Infoplace –the result of the city not following its own rules for collecting payment for tickets]

Mayor Hazel McCallion (Audit Committee, May 11, 2009)

—It’s not as bad as the one in Toronto. But it’s bad.

Changes made without due authority. In the process.

So that’s all I want to say.

Councillor Nando Iannicca (Audit Committee, May 11, 2009)

(inaudible) —Madam Mayor, to your point. The whole episode is shameful.

And the aspect that is concerning me more and more is, you know I don’t know how many of us in government have realized but there starts to be seen this disconnect between us privileged ones in government —that wasn’t the case fifty years ago, when you went in government you got paid less etc etc.

And yet, you know, the government’s out now —folks that make a hundred thousand dollars and my constituents looking for a job see that —Boy police constable’s make is a hundred thousand dollars with their overtime. And transit drivers, some of them make a hundred thousand dollars with their overtime.

And here I am, Joe Citizen, struggling to get ahead, and I’ve lost benefits, I’ve lost my job if I’m an auto worker, taking hits at various times coming in for extra work and not getting paid for it.

Struggling to pay taxes. And then they see episodes like this. And what explanation do we have?

[DIP TO BLACK]

This speaks to the issue of the future. Our taxpayers will not put up with this any more.

And the people they’re going to look at isn’t you —they’re looking at us. And then we turn around and look at you.

And George Carlson, our good friend and colleague on Council has a very good point. And I was wishing he’d be wrong, but we’d better be cognizant that he’s right.

“All the animals look at each other differently when the watering hole dries out.”

We still have some water in our hole. A lot of my constituents don’t.

We owe them a better level of service than what they received over this debacle.

But Madam Mayor, we’ll speak some more to it in-camera. Thank you.

Councillor Pat Mullin, Chair (Audit Committee, May 11, 2009)

Okay. Motion of receipt then?  Councillor Iannicca. All those in favour? Carried.

Audio: Audit Committee McCallion/Iannicca repeated with MUSIC: Caspian & Grafhic -Matrix Shit
Video: SCROLL of selected City of Mississauga employees on SUNSHINE LIST 2010

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What follows is a complete SUNSHINE LIST of City of Mississauga employees making $100,000 or more for 2010 followed by the 2006 SUNSHINE LIST for comparative purposes. RED indicates City Staff researched through Freedom of Information or video.

City of Mississauga Salary Disclosure 2011 (Disclosure for 2010)
Surname Given Name Position Salary Paid Taxable Benefits
ADKINS RODNEY R. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $250.64
AHMED NADIR Project Leader $112,131.34 $280.44
ALEXANDER WENDY A. Director, Transportation & Infrastructure Planning $148,842.08 $372.21
ALLELY RICHARD J. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $250.64
AMRING SUSAN M. Manager, Economic Development $130,517.57 $313.86
ANDERSON SCOTT W. Senior Project Manager, Transportation $131,842.96 $704.26
APLIN GLENN V. Fire Captain $108,768.15 $258.96
BACON DENIS P. Manager, Parks $102,029.97 $244.32
BAKER JANICE City Manager and Chief Administrative Officer $245,864.06 $8,358.64
BALCHANDANI RAJAN Manager, Energy Management $108,739.51 $271.41
BALL MARILYN Director, Development & Design $147,881.38 $372.21
BANIC SONJA Manager, Public Affairs $112,300.64 $280.44
BAQILEH BASSEM Transit Operator $100,497.59 $299.79
BARRETT MURRAY A. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $258.96
BARRETT STEPHEN R. Manager, Transportation Asset Management $115,683.24 $287.01
BARTER TOM C. Captain, Fire Suppression $104,861.16 $244.40
BASTERFIELD MICHAEL D. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $260.52
BATE ANDREW Supervisor, Traffic Operations $111,357.70 $207.15
BEARD DAVID M. Fire Captain $104,861.16 $247.52
BEAUPARLANT MARK Manager, Corporate Financial Services $128,730.01 $313.23
BEHARRY ROCHARD Legal Counsel $128,732.04 $259.86
BENCH MARY ELLEN City Solicitor $178,468.52 $429.27
BERNARDI DINO Captain, Fire Suppression $110,884.42 $260.52
BIRD BRIAN G. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $270.92
BLATT DIANA F. Workforce Planning & Analysis Specialist $115,154.61 $216.48
BODNAR GREG Supervisor, Area, Transportation and Works $111,629.36 $244.32
BORGATTI RICHARD W. Fire Captain $107,612.63 $264.68
BOWSLAUGH ROBERT L. Manager, Facilities Maintenance $105,938.49 $264.90
BOYCE DEREK Manager, Business Planning $104,952.37 $262.38
BOYD MAX W. Capital Project Manager $112,131.34 $280.44
BRADLEY SEAN Fire Captain $102,590.21 $254.68
BREAULT BRENDA R. Commissioner, Corporate Services &Treasurer $186,385.74 $9,486.00
BREUER DAGMAR Capital Project Manager $114,001.46 $280.44
BREWDA KATIE Account Representative, Community Services $108,094.86 $62.40
BRODERICK DAVID Manager, Marina Operations $101,335.28 $244.32
BROWN BETTE Communications Officer, Fire $115,820.44 $250.64
BROWN JAMIE Manager, Sponsorship & Corporate Development $101,887.38 $244.32
BUCKLEY FRANK M. Manager, Parks $112,443.10 $244.32
BUCKSTEIN ELAINE Director, Enforcement $148,842.08 $372.21
BUGDEN KEVIN Assistant Deputy Chief $113,312.72 $238.60
BULGER JAMES E. Fire Captain $105,414.86 $274.56
BURKE PAUL G. Fire Captain $104,894.94 $254.80
BURNS ROBERT S. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $250.64
BURT SUSAN Director, Arts & Culture $153,561.43 $372.21
CALLIGARIS JOSEPH Fire Captain $102,281.92 $248.96
CALVERT CLIFF A. District Chief, Fire $111,235.02 $264.06
CALVERT JOHN D. Director, Policy Planning $148,842.08 $372.21
CAMILLERI TIMOTHY A. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $259.48
CARR BRUCE Director, Strategic Community Initiatives $154,685.08 $372.21
CESARIO SILVIO Manager, Maintenance & Operations $127,673.27 $313.86
CHALLINOR JASON Fire Captain $102,281.92 $291.60
CHAN STEPHEN Manager, Staffing & Development $116,533.22 $280.44
CHANCEY DOUGLAS T. Fire Captain $112,260.90 $286.52
CHIN DONOFRIO HELEN F. Data Architect $114,416.93 $280.44
CHONG DIANE Project Leader $110,827.70 $280.44
CHUNG TONY Transit Operator $102,542.67 $299.79
CIRELLO JIM Manager, Financial Services, Corporate Services $117,985.90 $293.72
CLARK JOHN A. Fire Captain $104,861.16 $271.44
CLARKE JOHN P. Supervisor, Traffic Signal & Street Lights $113,585.43 $279.21
CLEMENT ROGER Chief Fire Prevention Officer $110,511.44 $255.22
COFFEY KEVIN Fire Captain $102,423.62 $238.56
COLES SUZANNE Area Manager, Library Services $106,391.52 $266.02
CONNOLLY MARK R. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $268.84
CONNOR JOHN DAVID Fire District Chief $127,857.84 $288.90
CORBET CHRISTOPHER Fire Captain $104,930.43 $293.06
CORCORAN RAYMOND M. Fire District Chief $128,702.87 $280.58
CUNNINGHAM CRAIG Fire Captain $104,487.14 $256.66
CURRY DARRELL Manager, Frank McKechnie Facility $101,435.90 $244.32
CUSUMANO LEO J. Manager, Inspection Services $116,533.22 $280.44
CZYRKA PAUL J. Fire Captain $104,861.16 $245.96
DAEUBER WILLIAM E. Project Leader $112,131.34 $280.44
DAMASO PAUL Manager Celebration Square $103,376.64 $251.76
DAUM RANDY Fire Captain $104,861.16 $281.22
DAVENPORT MARK Project Leader $112,131.34 $280.44
DAVIS ERIC V. Captain, Fire Prevention $107,535.04 $250.64
DAVOLI LUIGI Fire Captain $102,281.92 $318.76
DEAN GEORGE Fire District Chief $119,975.38 $322.18
DECOSTE STEPHEN D. Fire Captain $111,414.54 $282.88
DEDMAN KEALY Manager, Development Engineering $109,858.01 $285.81
DEJAK TOM A. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $308.36
DELFINO GUSTAVO Manager, Service Development $112,004.53 $280.14
DELUCA DANIEL Plans Examiner, Fire $100,115.07 $228.60
DEMARTINI PETER G. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $250.64
DEMPSTER DAVID S. Fire Captain $105,063.80 $281.32
DENIKE TIMOTHY E. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $250.64
DEVEAU DOUGLAS C. Captain, Fire Suppression $113,860.49 $244.40
DI MILLO IVANA Director, Communications $152,544.76 $370.65
DIETRICH ANGELA Manager, City Wide Planning $112,207.58 $280.44
DOCKENDORFF CASEY Assistant City Solicitor $113,700.12 $284.03
DOUGLAS ALEX A. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $287.04
DRAPER STEVEN D. Manager, Information Technology, Corporate Services $122,431.66 $305.73
DUBKOWSKI JAMES R. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $250.64
DUFFY KEVIN J. Deputy Fire Chief $161,691.58 $871.57
DUNN ARLAND L. Fire Captain $108,608.85 $280.80
EBRAEMI FAWAD A. Project Manager $130,161.81 $316.05
EDWARDS ERICA Senior Buyer $110,586.86 $235.56
ELLIOTT ROBERT G. Manager, Projects $102,383.34 $255.48
ELLIOTT-SPENCER PATRICIA Director, Finance $164,230.75 $406.83
EMICK CRAIG Information Technology Auditor $107,532.79 $279.51
ENG SALLY P. Director, Internal Audit $151,763.58 $372.21
ENNAMORATO DANIEL Fire Captain $110,277.70 $244.40
EVANS JAMES Fire Captain $104,861.16 $249.40
FABRIS DIEGO City Arborist $102,453.86 $224.28
FARION CLIFTON Building Maintenance Coordinator $108,299.52 $253.16
FARRELL PATRICIA A. Planner $103,069.33 $224.28
FAYLE NORMAN Fire Captain $107,439.27 $260.00
FERRARA FELICE Supervisor, Area, Transportation and Works $117,829.56 $244.32
FINNIGAN TERENCE J. Fire Captain $110,032.04 $250.64
FLACK PAUL F. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $256.88
FLANIGAN MICHAEL B. Special Traffic Projects Leader $103,554.24 $258.66
FLEMING RANDY Training Officer, Fire $115,436.59 $230.76
FORD COLLIN Transit Operator $109,070.07 $149.79
FRANCIS LAWRENCE P. Fire Captain $105,443.35 $250.12
FROST MICKEY Manager, Transit Operations $137,043.35 $329.76
FUDGE JOSEPH Legal Counsel $139,389.85 $335.10
FULLERTON RUSS Transit Operator $115,374.37 $149.79
GAFFNEY SHAWN M. Fire District Chief $124,144.71 $308.26
GALAMINI DOMENIC Supervisor, Traffic Maintenance $116,931.26 $244.32
GALATI DOMENIC Maintenance Standards & Permits Supervisor $117,417.72 $238.71
GARNER RICHARD J. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $250.64
GILMOUR MICHAEL S. Fire Captain $108,190.59 $255.32
GOLD GRAHAM Fire Captain $103,621.31 $246.88
GRAZIANO MARIA P. Database Administrator $112,139.69 $234.00
GREEN DANIEL G. District Chief, Fire $129,853.90 $316.46
GREEN GARY S. Fire Captain $104,861.16 $246.90
GREER CRYSTAL Director, Legislative Services & Clerk $153,224.33 $372.21
GRIFFITH MARG Project Leader $109,968.42 $280.44
HAGAN ANNEMARIE Manager, Museums $100,142.00 $244.32
HAGERMAN ALAN J. Fire Captain $105,193.35 $266.76
HAND WAYNE L Manager, Meadowvale & Erin Mills Arenas $102,838.82 $244.32
HARVEY ANDREW W. Manager, Rapid Transit and Parking $129,027.51 $313.86
HAWKINS JOHN Senior Inspector $100,924.74 $190.05
HEAD MICHAEL R. Fire Platoon Chief $127,850.59 $299.42
HEADRICK DARREN Enterprise System (SAP) Portfolio Coordinator $112,131.34 $280.44
HERRIDGE DONNA E. Manager, Financial Planning $128,147.32 $313.86
HICKS BRUCE Fire Captain $107,439.27 $308.88
HILL JOHN A. Fire Captain $104,861.16 $258.96
HILLIS JAMES (aka Jamie) Manager, Security $112,131.34 $280.44
HILLS ALAN Fire Platoon Chief $124,599.12 $293.28
HINTON JAMES M. Acting Director, Enforcement $104,795.68 $262.31
HINTON JOHN F. Manager, Financial & Customer Service $104,669.77 $262.05
HIPGRAVE MARY A. Senior Internal Auditor $109,968.42 $280.44
HOLMES JAYNE Senior Project Manager $117,917.66 $294.24
HOMEVOH ERNEST Transit Operator $107,751.37 $199.79
HORVAT CAROL Executive Assistant, Mayor $101,658.64 $244.32
HULME HAL V. Supervisor, Survey & Inspection $108,817.66 $244.32
HUNTER PAUL D. Fire Platoon Chief $127,904.32 $299.42
IMPERIALE JOHN Manager, Information Technology, Community Services $121,826.55 $308.58
JACKSON ALLEN P. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $250.64
JACKSON JEFFREY Director, Revenue & Materiel Management $149,592.08 $372.21
JAMIESON RANDALL Project Manager, Community Services $110,105.19 $275.85
JAY MARTIN R. Fire Captain $104,861.16 $247.00
JEHU STEPHEN C. Fire Communications Operator $107,041.16 $218.62
JETHVA REKHA Manager, Planning and Integration $128,621.37 $313.86
JOHNSON FREDERIC C. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $283.92
KAMINO KEITH T. Senior Internal Auditor $101,043.30 $252.72
KAN LINCOLN Manager, Environmental Services $114,633.24 $287.01
KANAMALA SUNIL KUMAR Project Leader, Transit Facility Planning $100,378.33 $244.32
KEATING MIKE E. Manager, Transit Vehicle Maintenance $130,446.45 $313.86
KELLS HELEN M. Systems Specialist $106,594.18 $197.22
KELLY ANDREW Fire Captain $109,193.68 $299.52
KELLY LORI A. Manager, Strategic Community Initiatives $125,857.89 $308.91
KEMPF STEVEN G. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $265.20
KENEALY ROY Superintendent, Operational Support $103,782.41 $259.86
KENT GARY Director, Corporate Strategy and Innovation $154,685.08 $372.21
KERNAN PAUL Fire Captain $114,314.26 $248.56
KETTLE HAROLD J. Technical Specialist $104,664.75 $244.32
KEUPER DALTON INGRID Library Community Development Specialist $100,378.33 $244.32
KIRKPATRICK ROBERT B. Fire Captain $109,241.18 $278.62
KNIGHT MARLENE Manager, Materiel Management $125,587.45 $313.86
KOPAMEES ALAR Fire Captain $104,861.16 $267.80
KREMER RONALD Supervisor, Networking Service $101,910.17 $254.91
KRISMAN GRANT M. Fire Captain $103,760.25 $249.08
LAING DEBORAH Fire Communications Officer $111,365.67 $238.56
LAING GREGORY B. Deputy, Training & Prevention $164,745.48 $1,822.75
LAMANNA SABINA Manager, Human Resources, Community Services $109,378.64 $273.63
LAURENCE BRIAN J. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $256.88
LAW WENDY Legal Counsel $122,849.49 $345.32
LAWRENCE JACK Director, Information Technology $148,842.08 $372.21
LEE FRANK Manager, Information Technology, Planning and Building $119,058.87 $297.99
LEI GUANG Transit Operator $106,940.61 $149.79
LEVESQUE ROBERT Capital Project Manager $112,131.34 $280.44
LIBOIRON ROBERT L. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $250.64
LIN YUNGFU Project Leader $112,131.34 $729.84
LOHUIS JOHN Director, Recreation & Parks $154,685.08 $372.21
LONGMUIR GAVIN Manager, Urban Forestry $102,508.46 $244.32
MACDONALD DEBBIE Manager, Shared Services $112,317.51 $280.66
MACDONALD HEATHER Director, Business Services $154,685.08 $372.21
MACEACHERN DAVID Training Officer, Fire $115,313.27 $244.40
MACKENZIE CHRISTINA Manager, Creative Services $101,335.28 $244.32
MACKINNON KAREN G. Communications Coordinator, Fire $121,577.94 $268.92
MAGGIO ALBERT J. Fire Captain $107,543.60 $250.64
MAJCHER LAURIE E. Manager, Management Consulting $125,587.45 $313.86
MAJOR NANCY Manager, 311 Call Centre $116,402.42 $141.00
MAKURAT ROBERT Fire Captain $102,281.92 $241.16
MALO STEPHANE Fire Captain $102,356.33 $244.70
MANCUSO GIUSEPPINA Project Manager, Elections $104,880.52 $197.22
MANN JOHN Fire Captain $102,281.92 $253.64
MANSFIELD DOROTHY E. Manager, Community Services $115,432.75 $280.44
MARCUCCI DAVID Manager, Planning & Heritage $121,270.70 $303.27
MARINOFF GEOFF Director, Transit $176,515.42 $424.75
MARION DAVID Manager, Geomatics $137,043.68 $329.76
MARLAND RUTH Team Leader, Long Term Planning $109,358.32 $244.32
MARSHALL GREIG Fire Captain $104,894.93 $250.12
MARTIN LYNN Systems Support Specialist $122,772.78 $224.28
MASLIWEC MICHAEL N. Manager, Financial Services, Transportation and Works $125,587.45 $313.86
MATHESON SHAWN Fire Division Chief, Training $121,329.87 $303.27
MAYO MARY Manager, Enterprise Systems $125,777.07 $313.86
MCADAM PHILIP D. Fire Captain $104,861.16 $262.08
MCCALLION HAZEL M. Mayor $136,640.92 $1,648.90
MCCUTCHEON STEPHEN J. Fire Captain $107,578.37 $263.12
MCDOUGALL JOHN A. Fire Chief $167,913.56 $3,481.00
MCLEAN MARCELL L. Fire Communications Operator $111,307.30 $212.38
MCNALLY MARTIN I. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $255.84
MCPHAIL LARRY J. Platoon Chief $128,659.96 $299.42
MCPHAIL ROBERT Captain, Fire Suppression $108,768.15 $250.64
MEEHAN DOUGLAS E. Manager, Prosecutions $116,533.22 $280.44
MELVILLE ANDREW D. Fire Captain $105,063.80 $264.68
MENEZES ERIC Supervisor, Streetlighting $113,265.82 $214.38
MESIH CONNIE D. Manager, Property Assessment & Taxation $130,767.57 $313.86
MICHAUD DAVE H. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $255.84
MICHELUCCI ENIO Contract Administrator, Trees $104,051.55 $222.22
MINKOWSKI MICHAL Legal Counsel $139,389.85 $335.10
MITCHAM PAUL ARTHUR Commissioner, Community Services $186,385.74 $10,890.76
MONTGOMERY WILLIAM R. Fire Captain $108,768.15 $255.84
MOONEY JAMES Systems Technician, Fire $101,422.74 $236.90
MOORE ALLAN J. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $314.60
MORAES FERNANDO Project Manager, Architectural $103,259.76 $258.30
MORLEY JAMES D. Manager, Client Services $119,632.41 $299.19
MOULTON ALAN Fire Captain $108,768.15 $255.84
MUJAWAZ AHMAD Project Manager, Structural $109,149.63 $273.33
MURPHY ANNE M. Area Manager, Library Services $118,795.17 $288.49
MURPHY LAWRENCE Manager, Court Administration $112,131.34 $280.44
MUSIAL HENRY Fire Captain $119,051.96 $254.80
NADON RAYMOND A. Captain, Fire Suppression $104,861.16 $280.80
NASATO PAUL Supervisor, Area, Transportation and Works $104,214.27 $234.30
NG NORMAN Supervisor, Customer Service $112,131.34 $280.44
NISHIHAMA WAYNE G. Manager, Urban Design $112,131.34 $280.44
NOBLE RALPH A. Fire Captain – South – B $114,470.92 $250.64
NORWOOD STEPHEN T. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $259.48
NUCIFORA GINO Captain, Fire Prevention $119,104.29 $244.40
OFFLESS KEVIN Senior Inspector $101,379.30 $190.05
O’HALLORAN CAREY L. Manager, Infrastructure Management Systems $107,805.70 $280.44
ORMOND MARK A. Fire District Chief $124,105.78 $294.74
OSBORNE BRENDA Manager, Environmental Management $105,970.00 $221.97
OUTTRIM RYAN Firefighter $101,735.12 $248.36
OWEN KENNETH Director, Facility & Property Management $153,224.33 $372.21
PALA ZELJKO Transit Operator $113,333.05 $229.79
PALLADINE PAUL Supervisor, Area, Transportation and Works $109,946.75 $239.04
PARDY ROGER Fire Captain $104,861.16 $254.28
PARISI PAUL Fire Captain $102,351.44 $249.48
PARSONS PETER C. Senior Inspector $102,250.56 $190.05
PARTIPILO JOSEPH Senior Inspector $113,226.28 $181.62
PASSFIELD GORDON L. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $255.32
PATEL KESHWER Manager, Financial Services, community Services $115,050.09 $288.00
PATERSON EDWARD D. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $267.28
PATON CAROLYN Corporate Lead Business Planning & Performance Management $106,559.78 $244.32
PAVAN LESLEY M. Manager, Development, Planning and Building $106,839.59 $277.05
PEARCE RICHARD Enterprise Geographic Information System Project Leader $115,016.93 $280.44
PENTELIUK DAVID Area Manager, Library Services $103,240.24 $258.66
PERKINS ROBERT Building Services & Operations Supervisor $110,453.70 $213.12
PERRY CAROL Tax System Coordinator $109,968.42 $280.44
PETOVELLO LARRY F. Director, Economic Development $151,763.58 $10,838.64
PETRI MATHIAS Building Services & Operations Supervisor $112,616.29 $222.42
PETROSONIAK STEVE D. Fire Captain $107,682.70 $255.32
PHANEUF PATRICK J. Superintendent, Operations $116,533.22 $280.44
PHELPS GREGORY G. Plans Examination Officer, Fire $112,540.95 $258.74
PICCOLO JOHN Project Manager, Electrical $112,131.34 $280.44
PICO FERMIN Manager, Transit Business Systems $122,360.37 $294.24
PIETTE LAURA M. Director, Planning, Development & Business Services $151,257.43 $370.35
PIRES PAUL Transit Operator $103,319.65 $209.79
PITUSHKA JOSEPH Director, Engineering & Works $148,842.08 $372.21
POGUE JOHN D. Manager, Burnhamthorpe & Tomken Facilities $101,741.30 $244.32
POITRAS RAY L. Manager, Development $114,582.28 $280.44
POLETTO MARIO Captain, Fire Suppression $111,685.74 $288.60
POUNDER DONNA E. Manager, Training & Development $101,335.28 $244.32
POWELL MARTIN Commissioner, Transportation and Works $186,385.74 $12,186.32
RAJA MANJIT Senior Database Administrator $100,015.26 $244.32
RAMER ALLEN Captain, Fire Suppression $101,657.20 $233.88
RECK KIMBERLY A. District Manager, Community Services $110,763.91 $277.05
REIACH WILLIAM C. Fire Captain $105,525.54 $262.60
REID MAVIS Manager, Compensation & Benefits $111,935.79 $279.84
REYNOLDS MICHAEL W. Fire Captain $107,577.69 $250.64
RICHARD PAUL Fire Captain $109,904.79 $284.44
RIDDELL LOUISE ANN Manager, Labour Relations $126,522.41 $303.90
RIDLEY LAWRENCE Firefighter $116,630.10 $219.66
RIVERS DEBORAH A. Manager, Human Resources, Corporate Services $112,116.68 $279.84
ROBERTS NIGEL Manager, Departmental Systems $109,773.68 $274.29
ROBEZNIEKS AGRIS Director, Building Services & Chief Build Official $154,685.08 $372.21
ROEDER ED Superintendent, Transit Maintenance $111,921.24 $279.84
ROLLINS GARY S. District Chief, Fire $130,882.67 $294.10
ROSE DUILIO A. Manager, Animal Services $101,125.15 $244.32
ROWSELL JEFF Information Technology Specialist $103,230.32 $223.98
ROY DARRELL G. Fire Captain $105,636.34 $252.72
RUFFINI LORENZO Strategic Leader $124,749.89 $311.37
RUSNOV DIANA Manager, Development $114,582.28 $280.44
RYDZEWSKI JOHN B. Director, Hershey Group $148,842.08 $372.21
SAJECKI EDWARD Commissioner, Planning & Building $186,385.74 $9,711.40
SANDERSON RONALD Manager, Realty Services $106,625.45 $210.48
SASAKI ROBERT H. Manager, Transportation Planning $129,285.04 $313.86
SAVERY DOUGLAS Fire Captain $107,439.27 $270.92
SAVINI EZIO Manager, Capital Works $130,517.57 $313.86
SCARANGELLA MICHAEL A. Fire Captain $104,861.16 $347.36
SCOTT TIMOTHY Captain, Fire Suppression $114,907.39 $261.56
SCRACE DAVID G. Senior Inspector $115,427.36 $190.05
SHAO YIDAN Database Administrator $104,530.06 $235.20
SHARPE KEN J. Captain, Fire Suppression $104,861.16 $297.44
SHETH RAJ Manager, Facilities Planning & Development $138,855.76 $333.87
SHIN DAVID Project Leader $116,533.22 $280.44
SHIRLEY MICHAEL Transit Operator $100,356.79 $209.79
SINGH NAVIN Transit Operator $105,184.67 $299.79
SLACK SHAWN Director, Customer & Business Services $146,853.54 $366.96
SMITH GEOFF Team Leader, Park Assets $102,130.21 $244.32
SMITH GORDON R. Fire District Chief $120,808.37 $280.58
SMITH R. DENNIS Fire Captain $107,439.27 $253.24
SNOW ROBERT Fire Captain $104,861.16 $244.40
SONI VIPULCHANDR Transit Operator $105,849.77 $249.79
SOULLIERE WILLIAM P. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $257.92
SOUSA ALCIDES V. Maintenance Project Manager $116,533.22 $280.44
SOUSA DREW Manager Employee Health Services $101,335.47 $244.32
SPAGNOLO FRANK Manager, Plan Examination Service $115,432.75 $280.44
SPENCER KAREN Advisor, City Manager’s Office $100,285.02 $251.14
STARR JACOB Firefighter $101,035.28 $219.66
STEFANKA RANDY Maintenance Contract Coordinator $101,709.92 $224.28
STEINBACH ALBERT Senior Internal Auditor $112,131.34 $280.44
STEWART YVONNE Fire Communications Officer $102,026.24 $225.56
STICKEL ROBERT Application Portfolio Coordinator-Hansen $106,449.50 $277.05
STUART BRUCE D. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $250.64
SULLIVAN JOHN District Chief, Fire $130,755.38 $269.45
SULLIVAN MIKE Fire Captain $102,281.92 $284.22
SULZ-MCDOWELL INGRID Manager, Development Planning $117,808.22 $280.44
SYKES CHRISTOPHER Fire Captain $107,439.27 $279.14
SZCZEPANSKI STEFAN Manager, Park Development $122,553.08 $306.39
TAEGER CLYDE Application Developer $102,229.75 $224.28
TAPLEY TIMOTHY Fire Captain $104,861.16 $256.26
TAYLOR MARK A. Captain, Fire Suppression $104,861.16 $270.92
TAYLOR STUART Manager, Operational Planning $127,957.70 $313.86
TIBERIA MARIO Fire Captain $102,281.92 $238.56
TIEN SAMSON H. Systems Support Services Coordinator $112,131.34 $280.44
TIFFIN RANDY Communications Officer $128,329.05 $238.56
TIMUKAS PAUL M. Fire Captain $105,525.54 $261.04
TONER STEVEN District Chief, Fire $128,764.14 $283.70
TRAIN MARK A. Captain, Fire Suppression $109,998.28 $270.40
TRETROP SVEN Manager, Information Technology, Transportation and Works $130,517.57 $313.86
TRUONG KENNETH Capital Project Manager $114,005.13 $279.51
TUDINO DOMENIC Legal Counsel $134,124.61 $335.10
TURNER DOUGLAS E. Fire Captain $107,716.79 $250.64
TURZA STEVE F. Fire Captain $105,013.14 $265.72
TYNDALL LARRY Portal Team Leader $108,713.04 $271.77
UBA ROBIN Manager, Project Management Support Office $116,533.22 $280.44
UNDERWOOD ROBIN D. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $250.64
UNWIN REYNOLD C. Fire Captain $104,911.82 $257.40
VAN ZUTPHEN PAUL M. Fire District Chief $122,024.54 $306.06
VARCOE CHRISTOPHER Fire Captain $102,281.92 $240.64
VARELA SHELLI Fire Captain $103,895.03 $243.76
VASEY MARK C. Fire Captain $104,861.16 $273.84
VESEY MARY LYNN Organizational Effectiveness Consultant $105,601.93 $260.52
VUKOVIC ANTUN A. Head Of Mechanical Division, Fire $116,327.44 $258.74
WAIGHT ELIZABETH Legal Counsel $134,124.61 $335.10
WALSH BRIAN P. Division Chief, Fleet, Facilities & Equipment $130,847.83 $327.36
WARD ROBERT Fire Captain $102,281.92 $246.88
WATTS JOHN Fire Captain $102,331.33 $238.56
WATTS TIM Senior Inspector $108,586.52 $190.05
WAYOW KENDALL Project Manager $107,585.98 $268.65
WEBSTER BARBARA Audit Associate $100,103.51 $248.04
WELLS EDWARD R. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $268.32
WELSH ALEXANDER K. Fire Captain $107,508.48 $254.80
WHITELEY JASON Training Officer, Fire $107,488.32 $238.56
WICKENS ANDREW Manager, Parks $130,517.57 $313.86
WILCOX JOHN R. Fire District Chief $128,547.90 $280.58
WILLIAMS BRUCE A. Manager, Fleet $128,052.51 $313.86
WILLIAMS GEORGE F. Training Officer, Fire $118,319.55 $250.64
WILLIAMS ROBERT G. District Manager, Community Services $129,285.04 $313.86
WILLOCK SHARON Director, Human Resources $159,744.39 $393.15
WILSON CARL R. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $250.64
WILSON CRAIG Database Administrator $104,154.84 $244.32
WILSON-PEEBLES ANDREA Legal Counsel $103,219.42 $258.66
WILTON WILLIAM P. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $262.08
WONG LINDA Project Leader $105,689.41 $280.44
WRIGHT GEOFF Director, Transportation Project Office and Business Services $137,271.11 $343.08
WRIGHT KEN C. Fire Captain $107,439.27 $250.64
XU JASON JIAN Transit Operator $101,322.87 $249.79
YANG CHARLES Special Projects Coordinator $125,587.45 $313.86
YEUNG SIU H. Supervisor, Technology Support Service $116,324.86 $291.39
YOUNG STUART Manager, Parks $107,298.93 $244.32
ZUECH ROBERTO Legal Counsel $134,124.61 $335.10
ZUWA TERRY A Fire Captain $104,861.16 $247.00

For comparison.

City of Mississauga Salary Disclosure 2007 (Disclosure for 2006)
Surname Given Name Position Salary Paid Taxable Benefits
ALEXANDER WENDY A Director, Transportation & Infrastructure Planning $132,730.44 $446.88
AMRING SUSAN M Manager, Economic Development $114,789.02 $379.68
ANDERSON SCOTT W Manager, Capital $113,573.94 $375.48
ARBUCKLE BRADLEY G District Fire Chief $112,314.16 $306.04
BACQUIE MARILYN Director, Development & Design $123,260.11 $427.56
BAKER JANICE City Manager $232,946.42 $5,245.82
BECK ROBERT G District Fire Chief $109,508.57 $306.04
BENCH MARY ELLEN City Solicitor $159,013.29 $515.34
BODNAR GREG Supervisor, Area $100,335.76 $284.76
BOWSLAUGH ROBERT L Supervisor, Maintenance Operations $102,398.71 $286.55
BOYCE DAVID J District Fire Chief $108,383.53 $306.04
BREAULT BRENDA R Commissioner, Corporate Services $163,680.41 $5,986.14
BUCKSTEIN ELAINE Director, Enforcement $132,880.61 $446.88
BUGDEN KEVIN Chief Of Planning & Administration $102,400.54 $327.46
BURT SUSAN Director, Business Services $117,269.76 $395.22
CALVERT JOHN D Director, Policy Planning $138,072.01 $446.88
CAMPBELL CHRISTINE M Manager, Financial Services $102,293.99 $336.84
CARR J.BRUCE Director, Strategic Planning & Business Services $137,822.02 $446.88
CESARIO SILVIO Manager, Capital Works $113,332.88 $376.74
CHALMERS RUSSELL H Platoon Chief, Fire $116,023.88 $334.74
CHAN STEPHEN Manager, Staffing & Development $101,874.84 $336.84
CHOW TAI-MING Manager, Information Technology $102,715.42 $346.08
CONNOR JOHN DAVID District Fire Chief $114,294.72 $306.04
CUNNINGHAM WILLIAM Director, Transportation & Works $140,726.52 $465.36
DAEUBER WILLIAM E Project Leader $100,407.21 $336.84
DE GROSBOIS EDWARD Director, Business Services $117,091.69 $410.76
DI MILLO IVANA Director, Communications $113,245.66 $381.78
DORVAL PHILIP L Captain, Fire Suppression $105,402.90 $245.84
DRAYCOTT ERIC H Director, Human Resources $132,630.61 $446.88
DUFFY KEVIN J Assistant Deputy Fire Chief $121,284.53 $376.46
ENG SALLY P Director, Internal Audit $122,949.61 $414.54
FERRARA FELICE Supervisor, Area $108,121.66 $280.70
FROST MICKEY Manager, Transit Operations $114,099.71 $377.16
FUDGE JOSEPH Legal Counsel $119,516.33 $401.94
GABREK FRANK Firefighter $106,598.99 $0.00
GAFFNEY SHAWN M District Fire Chief $106,239.96 $306.04
GREEN DANIEL G District Fire Chief $114,136.94 $306.04
GREER CRYSTAL Director, Legislative Services & Clerk $134,696.48 $445.20
GRIFFITH MARG Project Leader $100,020.49 $336.84
HARVEY ANDREW W Manager, Traffic Engineering & Operations $102,369.57 $344.40
HAWTHORNE GLEN G Manager, Developmental Systems $111,058.93 $374.64
HEAD MICHAEL R Platoon Chief, Fire $116,023.87 $334.74
HERRIDGE DONNA E Manager, Financial Planning & Policy $110,609.30 $372.54
HILLS ALAN Captain, Fire $121,479.68 $270.06
HOLMES JAYNE Senior Project Manager $100,315.75 $344.40
HUNTER PAUL D Platoon Chief, Fire $116,023.87 $334.74
JACKSON JEFFREY Director, Revenue $132,880.61 $446.88
JETHVA REKHA Manager, Planning & Integration $117,591.41 $380.24
JOHNSON BEATRICE Communications Officer $100,996.77 $270.06
KEATING MIKE E Manager, Transit Vehicle Maintenance $105,676.61 $356.16
KENT GARY CHARLES Director, Strategic Initiatives $122,563.41 $412.86
KNIGHT MARLENE Manager, Materiel Management $114,099.71 $377.16
LAING GREGORY B District Fire Chief $112,122.17 $306.04
LAING IAN Assistant Deputy Fire Chief $111,861.05 $377.02
LAW WENDY Legal Counsel $103,475.66 $348.60
LAWRENCE JACK Director, Information Technology $135,226.31 $451.02
LOHUIS JOHN Director, Recreation & Parks $135,226.31 $446.88
MACCANNELL GORDON A District Fire Chief $110,112.32 $252.84
MACKINNON KAREN G Communications Co-Ordinator, Fire $106,046.69 $293.72
MANSFIELD DOROTHY E Manager, Library Administration $101,874.84 $336.84
MARCHESE DOMINIC Capital Project Manager $119,324.05 $336.84
MARION DAVID Manager, Geomatics $126,289.89 $377.16
MASLIWEC MICHAEL N Manager, Financial Services $114,625.35 $379.26
MATHESON SHAWN Chief of Training $110,868.76 $351.12
MCCALLION HAZEL Mayor $124,004.23 $2,283.33
MCCASLIN DOUGLAS H Manager, Realty Services $109,541.51 $368.34
MCDOUGALL JOHN A Deputy Fire Chief $144,998.10 $2,215.03
MCKEOWN DOUGLAS W District Fire Chief $111,494.03 $306.04
MCPHAIL LARRY J Platoon Chief, Fire $113,893.91 $334.74
MESIH CONNIE D Manager, Property & Assessment $116,539.89 $377.16
MICHELUCCI ENIO Contract Administrator, Trees $102,185.57 $235.71
MILLS DONALD M Director, Library Services $132,630.61 $5,876.76
MINKOWSKI MICHAL Legal Counsel $121,855.37 $401.94
MITCHAM PAUL ARTHUR Commissioner, Community Services $165,913.53 $6,468.72
MOORE SHARON L Manager, Library Services $101,874.84 $336.84
MORDEN GARRY W Fire Chief $156,221.88 $1,718.44
NISHIHAMA WAYNE G Manager, Design Team $100,119.32 $338.76
OATES JOHN D Manager, Permit Administration & Zone Administration $109,022.43 $353.64
ORMOND MARK A District Fire Chief $107,103.84 $305.48
OWEN KENNETH Director, Facilities & Property Management $132,630.61 $446.88
PETOVELLO LARRY F Director, Economic Development $134,687.87 $5,798.12
PIETTE LAURA M District Manager, Community Services $109,877.05 $370.44
PITUSHKA JOSEPH J Director, Engineering & Works $132,730.44 $446.88
POITRAS RAY L Manager, Development Team South $100,711.46 $334.98
POWELL C-MARTIN M Commissioner, Transportation & Works $172,407.69 $6,397.09
REICHSTEIN RODNEY A Manager, Client Services-Information Technology $111,550.05 $375.90
REYNOLDS HEATHER Director, Organizational Wellness & Business Services $137,822.01 $447.00
RIDDELL LOUISE ANN Manager, Labour Relations $103,830.36 $336.84
ROBEZNIEKS AGRIS Director, Building & Chief Building Officer $137,822.01 $446.88
ROSSINI ROBERTO Director, Finance $143,447.24 $473.76
RYDZEWSKI JOHN B Director, Hershey Group $132,078.42 $443.10
SAJECKI EDWARD R Commissioner, Planning & Building $169,160.61 $6,130.35
SASAKI ROBERT H Manager, Transportation Planning $114,099.71 $377.16
SAVINI EZIO Manager, Development Construction & Technical Services $111,496.91 $373.80
SLACK SHAWN Director, Customer Service Strategy $115,782.95 $375.48
SPAGNOLO FRANK Manager, Building, Engineering And Inspections $103,830.36 $338.87
SULLIVAN TIM J District Fire Chief $100,829.25 $276.64
SULZ-MCDOWELL INGRID Manager, Development Team Central $104,080.36 $336.84
TERMINESI OZZIE P Manager, Development Engineering $106,969.20 $353.64
TIEN SAMSON H Systems Support Services Co-Ordinator $102,074.84 $336.84
TIFFIN RANDY Communications Operator $104,147.13 $234.71
TOPPS TERRY E Superintendent, Transit Operations $108,091.21 $350.84
TUDINO DOMENIC Legal Counsel $119,516.33 $401.94
VAN ZUTPHEN PAUL M District Fire Chief $107,604.66 $306.04
VUKOVIC ANTUN A Head of Mechanical Division, Fire $105,779.60 $282.52
WALSH BRIAN P Chief Inspector $114,064.82 $351.82
WATTS TIM Senior Inspector, Cupe $107,496.38 $209.30
WILCOX JOHN R District Fire Chief $101,416.59 $270.76
WILCOX RICHARD F District Fire Chief $111,084.58 $306.04
WILLIAMS BRUCE A Manager, Fleet $105,861.03 $357.00
WILLIAMS GEORGE F Training Officer, Fire $106,109.02 $270.76
WILLIAMS ROBERT G District Manager, Community Services $114,099.71 $377.16
YEUNG SIU H Systems Architect $100,256.35 $336.00
ZINGARO JOHN Legal Counsel $122,182.72 $406.14

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