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And so he never told voters the information they should have heard: that Schmidt had stonewalled the paper and refused to divulge the amount of his estimated pension. The decisions of Bice and Abele helped assure that the state’s largest newspaper, which many other media outlets still see as a guide to what news to cover, did not reveal the truth about Schmidt. As for yesterday’s document Bice reported, it is simply an estimate and a bad one at that. The document sent to Schmidt says “These figures are estimates and will change when the final calculation is determined.” And no, Bice didn’t quote this in his story. Nor did he note the huge number of errors on Ninneman’s watch. That might have raised questions as to why he didn’t report the estimate in my story. The documents sent by Ninneman to Schmidt says he gets a 2.5 percent pension credit for each year served. (I had used a 2 percent multiplier in my estimates, taking the most conservative approach.) By the date he was first eligible for retirement under the county Rule of 75, on October 4, 2008, Schmidt had served 22.33 years, which multiplied by 2.5 equals 55.825, which means he gets just over 55 percent of his final average salary of about $97,000 for his pension payment at that point. That’s just over $54,000 or $4,512.52 per month.
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