ORDINANCE
NO. _________


AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AN OPERATING BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2015 BEGINNING JULY 1, 2014 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2015, FOR CERTAIN FUNDS OF THE CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT OF COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, AND APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNTS SHOWN IN EACH BUDGET.
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THE COUNCIL OF COLUMBUS, GEORGIA HEREBY ORDAINS, AS FOLLOWS:

SECTION 1.

The annual Operating and Capital Improvement Budget for FY15 proposed in the total amount of $263,712,739 is approved and adopted in accordance with the Columbus Charter, Section 7-402 and outlined in Sections 2 thru 16 of this ordinance.
SECTION 2.

The General Fund Budget proposed in the amount of $151,136,216 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, for general fund purposes.

At mid-year FY2015, the Columbus Council may review the Muscogee County Sheriff’s Operating Budget or such other operating budget as deemed appropriate.
SECTION 3.

The Local Option Sales Tax Fund Budget proposed in the amount of $33,000,000 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia for public safety and infrastructure purposes.

SECTION 4.

The Stormwater (Sewer) Fund Budget proposed in the amount of $5,254,260 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, for stormwater fund services.

SECTION 5.

The Paving Fund Budget proposed in the amount of $14,969,902 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, for street and roadway improvement purposes.

SECTION 6.

The Medical Center Fund Budget proposed in the amount of $14,052,622 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, for the annual appropriation to the Medical Center for indigent medical care.

SECTION 7.

The Integrated Waste Management Fund Budget proposed in the amount of $11,146,049 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, to provide solid waste management services.

SECTION 8.

The Emergency Telephone Fund Budget proposed in the amount of $3,851,138 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, to provide for the operation of the E911 Center.

SECTION 9.

The Civic Center Fund Budget proposed in the amount of $5,553,500 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, to provide for the operation of the Civic Center.

SECTION 10.

The Debt Service Fund Budget proposed in the amount of $11,108,808 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, for Debt Service purposes.

SECTION 11.

The Transportation Fund Budget proposed in the amount of $6,430,424 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, for the provision of public transportation.

SECTION 12.

The Parking Management Fund Budget proposed in the amount of $398,500 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, for the provision of public parking.

SECTION 13.

The Bull Creek Budget proposed in the amount of $1,482,050 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, to provide for the operation of Bull Creek Golf Course.

SECTION 14.

The Oxbow Creek Budget proposed in the amount of $532,000 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, to provide for the operation of Oxbow Creek Golf Course.
SECTION 15.

The Columbus Iron Works Convention and Trade Center Budget proposed in the amount of $2,644,850 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, for the operation of the Columbus Iron Works Convention and Trade Center.

SECTION 16.

The Economic Development Authority Budget proposed in the amount of $2,152,420 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, for the provision of Economic Development activities.
SECTION 17.

The Health and Life Insurance Budget proposed in the amount of $27,000,000 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, to provide for the administration of health and life insurance.
SECTION 18.

The Risk Management Budget proposed in the amount of $5,691,316 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, to provide for the operation of risk management activities.

SECTION 19.

The Workforce Investment Act (WIA), formerly the Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA), Budget proposed in the amount of $3,583,594 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, to provide for the administration of the of Workforce Investment Act (WIA) activities.

SECTION 20.

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Budget proposed in the amount of $1,416,583 for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, covering the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015, is hereby approved and adopted as the budget for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia, to provide for the administration of the of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) activities.

SECTION 21.

Within the overall budget limitations, authority is hereby delegated to the City Manager, or the Finance Director when acting on the authority delegated by the City Manager, to effect such intra-fund transfers of appropriation and revenue anticipation as may be deemed necessary to the effective performance and delivery of services approved herein. Under no circumstances, however, may the total budget of any Fund, except WIA and CDBG, contained in this Ordinance be increased or decreased without Council approval. Authority is extended to the City Manager, or the Finance Director on the authority delegated by the City Manager, to conduct any carryovers necessary for the continued operation of WIA and CDBG.
SECTION 22.

The Cost Allocation Plan for FY15, which has been filed with the Clerk of Council, is hereby approved for use during the 2015 fiscal year in a total amount of $2,673,434.

Fund Being Charged
FY15 Charges
LOST Fund (Public Safety)
$242,106
LOST Fund (Infrastructure)
100,981
Stormwater (Sewer) Fund
198,421
Paving Fund
622,731
Integrated Waste Management
813,650
Emergency Telephone
108,691
CDBG Fund
18,522
UDAG Fund
0
Economic Development Fund
0
HOME Program Fund
20,515
Multi-Government Fund:
Transportation Planning RSVP Grant
Parents as Teachers Grant
US Army CYS Strong
HFGa Home Visiting (MIECHV)
Nurse-Family Partnership
6,218
4,594
4,040
5,080
2,935
9,432
Civic Center Fund
135,821
Job Training Fund
123,157
Metro Drug Task Force
0
Neighborhood Stabilization Fund
6,250
Transportation Fund
127,395
Parking Authority Fund
8,964
Trade Center Fund
68,696
Bull Creek Golf Course
33,413
Oxbow Creek Golf Course
11,822
Total Charges
$2,673,434
SECTION 23.

The City Manager or his designee is authorized to make adjustments of cost allocation charges as may be deemed appropriate.
SECTION 24.

The period of emergency or war continued in Resolution No. 392-03 is hereby extended from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015.
SECTION 25.

The following position changes are hereby adopted as part of the FY15 Budget and are as follows:

NEW POSITIONS: RECLASSIFIED POSITIONS:
Two Probate Court positions are reclassified by separate ordinance.

DELETED POSITIONS:
None

TRANSFERS:
To: LOST, From: General Fund (14) Firefighters (P14), FY15 ONLY
Continuation from FY14 (10) Police Officers (P14), FY15 ONLY

TITLE CHANGE ONLY:
General Fund – Community Reinvestment From: Community Reinvestment Director To: Community Reinvestment Division Manager

SECTION 26.

The Columbus Consolidated Government Pay Plan for Salary and Wages is hereby adopted as
part of the FY15 Budget and is incorporated herein by Attachment A. Effective January 3, 2015, a .5% increase for all classified positions is hereby adopted. Effective January 1, 2015, retirees will receive a .25% increase.
SECTION 27.

Other 2009 Local Option Sales Tax pay supplement of $3,121 for all sworn personnel in all Public Safety departments, Public Works, Parks & Recreation, METRA, and Civic Center departments effective July 1, 2009, distributed in equal payments over 26 bi-weekly pay period, will remain in effect for FY15. This supplement excludes elected officials.
SECTION 28.

All positions vacant and included in the Public Safety Vacancy Reserve in the General Fund of $1,889,900 shall require Council approval for funding of those vacant positions. The following vacant positions are included in the Public Safety Vacancy Reserve:
Department
Number of Vacant Positions Included in PSVR
Salaries plus FICA Contribution for Positions Included in PSVR
Police
37
$ 1,349,104
Fire/EMS
3*
$207,028
Muscogee County Prison
2
$68,517
Sheriff
7
$265,251
Total PSVR
49
$1,889,900
*Fire/EMS vacancies include some positions who are on active military duty
SECTION 29.

The Pay Plan adopted by Columbus Ordinance No. 06-40 amended by Ordinance No. 06-87 defined a sign-on bonus for sworn public safety officers effective June 30, 2006 for five years. The sign-on bonus of $2,000 shall be extended for FY2015.
SECTION 30.

The Special Event Parking Fee for the Parking Garages will be increased from $2.00 to $3.00 effective July 1, 2014; from $3.00 to $4.00 effective July 1, 2015; and from $4.00 to $5.00 effective July 1, 2016. Paragraph 19 of Section 1 of Ordinance No. 05-85 is hereby expressly repealed.
SECTION 31.

Health Plan Premiums – Effective January 1, 2015
Active Employees
HMO Monthly Rate
Active Employees
POS/PPO Monthly Rate
Active Employees
HWC Monthly Rate
Employee
$145.89
$134.93
$122.53
Employee + Spouse
$274.26
$253.67
$230.36
Employee + Child(ren)
$255.30
$236.13
$214.43
Family
$404.09
$373.76
$339.41
Pre-65 Retirees
HMO Monthly Rate
Pre-65 Retirees
POS/PPO Monthly Rate
Pre-65 Retirees
HWC Monthly Rate
Employee
$227.57
$216.62
$204.22
Employee + Spouse
$504.61
$484.03
$460.71
Employee + Child(ren)
$469.72
$450.56
$428.86
Family
$743.50
$713.17
$678.82

Plan Benefit Changes – Effective January 1, 2015
HMO and POS/PPO Deductibles$1000/$2000 (Individual/Family)
HWC Deductible$500/$1,000 (Individual/Family)
HMO and POS/PPO Out of Pocket Maximums*$6,350/$12,700 (Individual/Family)
Prescription Co-pays$20/$40/$60
*No change to HWC Out of Pocket Maximum

Other Plan Benefits not listed remain unchanged.

SECTION 32.

Effective with the plan year beginning January 1, 2015 the Columbus Consolidated Government Employee/Retiree Self Funded Medical Benefit Plan is implementing the “working spouse” or “spousal exclusion” provision of the City’s self insured medical healthcare plan for employees and non-Medicare retirees whose working spouses have access to health care coverage provided by their employer. Spouses that meet these criteria will be not eligible for CCG Medical Benefit Plan coverage.

The working spouse is not excluded from insurance coverage on the fully insured dental and vision plans. The dental and vision coverage is fully funded by employee premiums. Employees may continue to include spouses on these insurance plans.
SECTION 33.

All retirees who are Medicare eligible and were hired on or after July 1, 2001 will not be eligible for participation in the Columbus Consolidated Government (CCG) Employee/Retiree Self Funded Medical Benefit Plan. To the extent the City identifies and offers a Medicare compatible insurance plan for Medicare eligible retirees, 100 percent of the costs associated with that plan will be borne by those participants, and the City will assume no liability for any benefits payable to participants under that plan.

All employees who were hired on or after July 1, 2001 who retire while enrolled in the CCG Employee/Retiree Self Funded Medical Benefit Plan and begin to draw pension benefits prior to becoming Medicare eligible, and any non-Medicare eligible dependents covered at the time of the employee's retirement, may remain a part of the CCG Self Funded Medical Benefit Plan until they become Medicare eligible; provided however, the premiums for plan members in this category will be set in accordance with the guidelines set forth in section 31 above.

Any retiree who discontinues his or her participation in the CCG Self Funded Medical Benefit Plan or any Medicare compatible insurance plan offered by the CCG will forfeit any future right to re-enroll himself or any dependents in either plan.

Section 20 of Ordinance No.01-49 is specifically repealed and replaced by this section.
SECTION 34.

All requests for funding from the Columbus Consolidated Government for new facilities and systems will be supported by a tentative operating and business plan for such facility or system which shall be presented to, reviewed by and approved by Columbus Council before such project is approved for funding in this budget.
SECTION 35.

All requests for funding by agencies receiving grants funded by the Columbus Consolidated Government must be made to Columbus Council during the annual budget process. Nothing herein shall prevent the Mayor, City Manager or Finance Director from recommending mid-year budget amendments to the Council. In emergency situations, the Mayor, City Manager or Finance Director may also recommend to Council additional funding outside the budget process for various departments, agencies, boards, authorities or other entities associated with the city.

SECTION 36.

The minimum budget requirements set forth in O.C.G.A. Title 36, Chapter 81, are hereby adopted.

SECTION 37.

All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
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Introduced at a regular meeting of the Council of Columbus, Georgia, held on the 10th day of June, 2014; introduced a second time at a regular meeting held on the _________ day of June, 2014 and adopted at said meeting by the affirmative vote of ___________ members of said Council.

Councilor Allen voting_______________________.
Councilor Baker voting______________________.
Councilor Barnes voting______________________.
Councilor Davis voting_______________________.
Councilor Henderson voting___________________.
Councilor Huff voting _______________________.
Councilor McDaniel voting____________________.
Councilor Thomas voting_____________________.
Councilor Pugh voting________________________.
Councilor Woodson voting____________________.



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Sandra T. Davis, Deputy Clerk Teresa Pike Tomlinson, Mayor



THE FOLLOWING TWO PAGES ARE ATTACHMENT “A”

COLUMBUS CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT
PAY PLAN



FOR FY2015
CCG Pay Plan - Effective 01/03/2015
CCG Pay Plan - Effective 01/03/2015
ANNUAL SALARY - NON-PENSION MEMBERS
ANNUAL SALARY - NON-PENSION MEMBERS
Grade
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
QR
1
16,996.11
17,421.01
17,856.55
18,302.96
18,760.53
19,229.54
19,710.28
20,203.05
20,708.11
21,225.82
21,756.46
22,300.37
22,857.88
23,429.33
24,015.06
24,615.44
25,230.8225,861.60
2
17,856.55
18,302.96
18,760.53
19,229.54
19,710.28
20,203.05
20,708.11
21,225.82
21,756.46
22,300.37
22,857.88
23,429.33
24,015.06
24,615.44
25,230.82
25,861.60
26,508.1427,170.84
3
18,760.53
19,229.54
19,710.28
20,203.05
20,708.11
21,225.82
21,756.46
22,300.37
22,857.88
23,429.33
24,015.06
24,615.44
25,230.82
25,861.60
26,508.14
27,170.84
27,850.1128,546.36
4
19,710.28
20,203.05
20,708.11
21,225.82
21,756.46
22,300.37
22,857.88
23,429.33
24,015.06
24,615.44
25,230.82
25,861.60
26,508.14
27,170.84
27,850.11
28,546.36
29,260.0229,991.52
5
20,708.11
21,225.82
21,756.46
22,300.37
22,857.88
23,429.33
24,015.06
24,615.44
25,230.82
25,861.60
26,508.14
27,170.84
27,850.11
28,546.36
29,260.02
29,991.52
30,741.3031,509.84
6
21,756.46
22,300.37
22,857.88
23,429.33
24,015.06
24,615.44
25,230.82
25,861.60
26,508.14
27,170.84
27,850.11
28,546.36
29,260.02
29,991.52
30,741.30
31,509.84
32,297.5933,105.03
7
22,857.88
23,429.33
24,015.06
24,615.44
25,230.82
25,861.60
26,508.14
27,170.84
27,850.11
28,546.36
29,260.02
29,991.52
30,741.30
31,509.84
32,297.59
33,105.03
33,932.6534,780.97
8
24,015.06
24,615.44
25,230.82
25,861.60
26,508.14
27,170.84
27,850.11
28,546.36
29,260.02
29,991.52
30,741.30
31,509.84
32,297.59
33,105.03
33,932.65
34,780.97
35,650.5036,541.77
9
25,230.82
25,861.60
26,508.14
27,170.84
27,850.11
28,546.36
29,260.02
29,991.52
30,741.30
31,509.84
32,297.59
33,105.03
33,932.65
34,780.97
35,650.50
36,541.77
37,455.3038,391.69
10
26,508.14
27,170.84
27,850.11
28,546.36
29,260.02
29,991.52
30,741.30
31,509.84
32,297.59
33,105.03
33,932.65
34,780.97
35,650.50
36,541.77
37,455.30
38,391.69
39,351.4840,335.26
11
27,850.11
28,546.36
29,260.02
29,991.52
30,741.30
31,509.84
32,297.59
33,105.03
33,932.65
34,780.97
35,650.50
36,541.77
37,455.30
38,391.69
39,351.48
40,335.26
41,343.6542,377.24
12
29,260.02
29,991.52
30,741.30
31,509.84
32,297.59
33,105.03
33,932.65
34,780.97
35,650.50
36,541.77
37,455.30
38,391.69
39,351.48
40,335.26
41,343.65
42,377.24
43,436.6744,522.59
13
30,741.30
31,509.84
32,297.59
33,105.03
33,932.65
34,780.97
35,650.50
36,541.77
37,455.30
38,391.69
39,351.48
40,335.26
41,343.65
42,377.24
43,436.67
44,522.59
45,635.6546,776.54
14
32,297.59
33,105.03
33,932.65
34,780.97
35,650.50
36,541.77
37,455.30
38,391.69
39,351.48
40,335.26
41,343.65
42,377.24
43,436.67
44,522.59
45,635.65
46,776.54
47,945.9549,144.59
15
33,932.65
34,780.97
35,650.50
36,541.77
37,455.30
38,391.69
39,351.48
40,335.26
41,343.65
42,377.24
43,436.67
44,522.59
45,635.65
46,776.54
47,945.95
49,144.59
50,373.2251,632.55
16
35,650.50
36,541.77
37,455.30
38,391.69
39,351.48
40,335.26
41,343.65
42,377.24
43,436.67
44,522.59
45,635.65
46,776.54
47,945.95
49,144.59
50,373.22
51,632.55
52,923.3654,246.44
17
37,455.30
38,391.69
39,351.48
40,335.26
41,343.65
42,377.24
43,436.67
44,522.59
45,635.65
46,776.54
47,945.95
49,144.59
50,373.22
51,632.55
52,923.36
54,246.44
55,602.6056,992.67
18
39,351.48
40,335.26
41,343.65
42,377.24
43,436.67
44,522.59
45,635.65
46,776.54
47,945.95
49,144.59
50,373.22
51,632.55
52,923.36
54,246.44
55,602.60
56,992.67
58,417.4859,877.92
19
41,343.65
42,377.24
43,436.67
44,522.59
45,635.65
46,776.54
47,945.95
49,144.59
50,373.22
51,632.55
52,923.36
54,246.44
55,602.60
56,992.67
58,417.48
59,877.92
61,374.8862,909.24
20
43,436.67
44,522.59
45,635.65
46,776.54
47,945.95
49,144.59
50,373.22
51,632.55
52,923.36
54,246.44
55,602.60
56,992.67
58,417.48
59,877.92
61,374.88
62,909.24
64,481.9866,094.02
21
47,945.95
49,144.59
50,373.22
51,632.55
52,923.36
54,246.44
55,602.60
56,992.67
58,417.48
59,877.92
61,374.88
62,909.24
64,481.98
66,094.02
67,746.38
69,440.03
71,176.0372,955.44
22
52,923.36
54,246.44
55,602.60
56,992.67
58,417.48
59,877.92
61,374.88
62,909.24
64,481.98
66,094.02
67,746.38
69,440.03
71,176.03
72,955.44
74,779.31
76,648.80
78,565.0280,529.15
23
58,417.48
59,877.92
61,374.88
62,909.24
64,481.98
66,094.02
67,746.38
69,440.03
71,176.03
72,955.44
74,779.31
76,648.80
78,565.02
80,529.15
82,542.37
84,605.94
86,721.0988,889.12
24
64,481.98
66,094.02
67,746.38
69,440.03
71,176.03
72,955.43
74,779.31
76,648.80
78,565.02
80,529.15
82,542.37
84,605.94
86,721.09
88,889.12
91,111.34
93,389.12
95,723.8598,116.95
25
71,176.03
72,955.43
74,779.31
76,648.80
78,565.02
80,529.15
82,542.37
84,605.94
86,721.09
88,889.12
91,111.34
93,389.12
95,723.85
98,116.95
100,569.87
103,084.12
105,661.22108,302.75
26
78,565.02
80,529.15
82,542.37
84,605.94
86,721.09
88,889.12
91,111.34
93,389.12
95,723.85
98,116.95
100,569.87
103,084.12
105,661.22
108,302.75
111,010.32
113,785.58
116,630.21119,545.97
27
86,721.09
88,889.12
91,111.34
93,389.12
95,723.85
98,116.95
100,569.87
103,084.12
105,661.22
108,302.75
111,010.32
113,785.58
116,630.21
119,545.97
122,534.62
125,597.98
128,737.94131,956.38
28
100,569.87
103,084.12
105,661.22
108,302.75
111,010.32
113,785.58
116,630.21
119,545.97
122,534.62
125,597.98
128,737.94
131,956.38
135,255.30
138,636.68
142,102.59
145,655.16
149,296.54153,028.95
29
122,534.62
125,597.98
128,737.94
131,956.38
135,255.30
138,636.68
142,102.59
145,655.16
149,296.54
153,028.95
156,854.68
160,776.04
164,795.45
168,915.33
173,138.21
177,466.67
181,903.34186,450.92
0.50% Pay adjustment from UGA Pay Plan Non-Pension Members Effective 01-03-15
CCG Pay Plan - Effective 01/03/2015
CCG Pay Plan - Effective 01/03/2015
ANNUAL SALARY - PENSION MEMBERS
ANNUAL SALARY - PENSION MEMBERS
Grade
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
1
17,682.75
18,124.83
18,577.95
19,042.39
19,518.45
20,006.42
20,506.58
21,019.24
21,544.72
22,083.34
22,635.42
23,201.30
23,781.34
24,375.87
24,985.27
25,609.91
26,250.14
26,906.40
2
18,577.95
19,042.39
19,518.45
20,006.42
20,506.58
21,019.24
21,544.72
22,083.34
22,635.42
23,201.30
23,781.34
24,375.87
24,985.27
25,609.91
26,250.14
26,906.40
27,579.07
28,268.55
3
19,518.45
20,006.42
20,506.58
21,019.24
21,544.72
22,083.34
22,635.42
23,201.30
23,781.34
24,375.87
24,985.27
25,609.91
26,250.14
26,906.40
27,579.07
28,268.55
28,975.25
29,699.63
4
20,506.58
21,019.24
21,544.72
22,083.34
22,635.42
23,201.30
23,781.34
24,375.87
24,985.27
25,609.91
26,250.14
26,906.40
27,579.07
28,268.55
28,975.25
29,699.63
30,442.12
31,203.18
5
21,544.72
22,083.34
22,635.42
23,201.30
23,781.34
24,375.87
24,985.27
25,609.91
26,250.14
26,906.40
27,579.07
28,268.55
28,975.25
29,699.63
30,442.12
31,203.18
31,983.26
32,782.84
6
22,635.42
23,201.30
23,781.34
24,375.87
24,985.27
25,609.91
26,250.14
26,906.40
27,579.07
28,268.55
28,975.25
29,699.63
30,442.12
31,203.18
31,983.26
32,782.84
33,602.41
34,442.48
7
23,781.34
24,375.87
24,985.27
25,609.91
26,250.14
26,906.40
27,579.07
28,268.55
28,975.25
29,699.63
30,442.12
31,203.18
31,983.26
32,782.84
33,602.41
34,442.48
35,303.53
36,186.12
8
24,985.27
25,609.91
26,250.14
26,906.40
27,579.07
28,268.55
28,975.25
29,699.63
30,442.12
31,203.18
31,983.26
32,782.84
33,602.41
34,442.48
35,303.53
36,186.12
37,090.77
38,018.05
9
26,250.14
26,906.40
27,579.07
28,268.55
28,975.25
29,699.63
30,442.12
31,203.18
31,983.26
32,782.84
33,602.41
34,442.48
35,303.53
36,186.12
37,090.77
38,018.05
38,968.49
39,942.71
10
27,579.07
28,268.55
28,975.25
29,699.63
30,442.12
31,203.18
31,983.26
32,782.84
33,602.41
34,442.48
35,303.53
36,186.12
37,090.77
38,018.05
38,968.49
39,942.71
40,941.28
41,964.80
11
28,975.25
29,699.63
30,442.12
31,203.18
31,983.26
32,782.84
33,602.41
34,442.48
35,303.53
36,186.12
37,090.77
38,018.05
38,968.49
39,942.71
40,941.28
41,964.80
43,013.92
44,089.28
12
30,442.12
31,203.18
31,983.26
32,782.84
33,602.41
34,442.48
35,303.53
36,186.12
37,090.77
38,018.05
38,968.49
39,942.71
40,941.28
41,964.80
43,013.92
44,089.28
45,191.51
46,321.30
13
31,983.26
32,782.84
33,602.41
34,442.48
35,303.53
36,186.12
37,090.77
38,018.05
38,968.49
39,942.71
40,941.28
41,964.80
43,013.92
44,089.28
45,191.51
46,321.30
47,479.33
48,666.31
14
33,602.41
34,442.48
35,303.53
36,186.12
37,090.77
38,018.05
38,968.49
39,942.71
40,941.28
41,964.80
43,013.92
44,089.28
45,191.51
46,321.30
47,479.33
48,666.31
49,882.97
51,130.04
15
35,303.53
36,186.12
37,090.77
38,018.05
38,968.49
39,942.71
40,941.28
41,964.80
43,013.92
44,089.28
45,191.51
46,321.30
47,479.33
48,666.31
49,882.97
51,130.04
52,408.29
53,718.50
16
37,090.77
38,018.05
38,968.49
39,942.71
40,941.28
41,964.80
43,013.92
44,089.28
45,191.51
46,321.30
47,479.33
48,666.31
49,882.97
51,130.04
52,408.29
53,718.50
55,061.46
56,438.01
17
38,968.49
39,942.71
40,941.28
41,964.80
43,013.92
44,089.28
45,191.51
46,321.30
47,479.33
48,666.31
49,882.97
51,130.04
52,408.29
53,718.50
55,061.46
56,438.01
57,848.96
59,295.18
18
40,941.28
41,964.80
43,013.92
44,089.28
45,191.51
46,321.30
47,479.33
48,666.31
49,882.97
51,130.04
52,408.29
53,718.50
55,061.46
56,438.01
57,848.96
59,295.18
60,777.55
62,296.99
19
43,013.92
44,089.28
45,191.51
46,321.30
47,479.33
48,666.31
49,882.97
51,130.04
52,408.29
53,718.50
55,061.46
56,438.01
57,848.96
59,295.18
60,777.55
62,296.99
63,854.42
65,450.77
20
45,191.51
46,321.30
47,479.33
48,666.31
49,882.97
51,130.04
52,408.29
53,718.50
55,061.46
56,438.01
57,848.96
59,295.18
60,777.55
62,296.99
63,854.42
65,450.77
67,087.05
68,764.22
21
49,882.97
51,130.04
52,408.29
53,718.50
55,061.46
56,438.01
57,848.96
59,295.18
60,777.55
62,296.99
63,854.42
65,450.77
67,087.05
68,764.22
70,483.34
72,245.41
74,051.54
75,902.84
22
55,061.46
56,438.01
57,848.96
59,295.18
60,777.55
62,296.99
63,854.42
65,450.77
67,087.05
68,764.22
70,483.34
72,245.41
74,051.54
75,902.84
77,800.41
79,745.41
81,739.04
83,782.52
23
60,777.55
62,296.99
63,854.42
65,450.77
67,087.05
68,764.22
70,483.34
72,245.41
74,051.54
75,902.84
77,800.41
79,745.41
81,739.04
83,782.52
85,877.09
88,024.01
90,224.61
92,480.23
24
67,087.05
68,764.22
70,483.34
72,245.41
74,051.54
75,902.83
77,800.41
79,745.41
81,739.04
83,782.52
85,877.09
88,024.01
90,224.61
92,480.23
94,792.23
97,162.04
99,591.09
102,080.88
25
74,051.54
75,902.83
77,800.41
79,745.41
81,739.04
83,782.52
85,877.09
88,024.01
90,224.61
92,480.23
94,792.23
97,162.04
99,591.09
102,080.88
104,632.89
107,248.71
109,929.93
112,678.19
26
81,739.04
83,782.52
85,877.09
88,024.01
90,224.61
92,480.23
94,792.23
97,162.04
99,591.09
102,080.88
104,632.89
107,248.71
109,929.93
112,678.19
115,495.13
118,382.51
121,342.07
124,375.63
27
90,224.61
92,480.23
94,792.23
97,162.04
99,591.09
102,080.88
104,632.89
107,248.71
109,929.93
112,678.19
115,495.13
118,382.51
121,342.07
124,375.63
127,485.02
130,672.14
133,938.95
137,287.42
28
104,632.89
107,248.71
109,929.93
112,678.19
115,495.13
118,382.51
121,342.07
124,375.63
127,485.02
130,672.14
133,938.95
137,287.42
140,719.61
144,237.60
147,843.53
151,539.63
155,328.12
159,211.32
29
127,485.02
130,672.14
133,938.95
137,287.42
140,719.61
144,237.60
147,843.53
151,539.63
155,328.12
159,211.32
163,191.60
167,271.40
171,453.18
175,739.51
180,133.00
184,636.32
189,252.24
193,983.54
Above schedule includes:
0.5% Pay adjustment as of 01/03/2015 (COLA)