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Historical. Position Title Date Base 1 Yr. 2 Yrs. 3 Yrs. 4 Yrs. Mail Messenger Sept 29/2012 19.53 19.92 20.32 21.07 Sept 29/2013 19.67 20.06 20.46 21.22 Sept 29/2014 19.81 20.20 20.60 21.37 Sept 29/2015 19.95 20.34 20.74 21.52 Sept 29/2016 20.09 20.48 20.89 21.67 Physiotherapy Assistant Sept 29/2012 22.27 22.59 23.50 Sept 29/2013 22.43 22.75 23.66 Sept 29/2014 22.59 22.91 23.83 Sept 29/2015 22.75 23.07 24.00 Sept 29/2016 22.91 23.23 24.16 Physiotherapy Aide Sept 29/2012 22.83 23.28 24.09 Sept 29/2013 22.99 23.44 24.26 Sept 29/2014 23.15 23.60 24.43 Sept 29/2015 23.31 23.77 24.60 Sept 29/2016 23.48 23.93 24.77 Housekeeping Cleaner Sept 29/2012 20.53 20.82 21.49 Sept 29/2013 20.67 20.97 21.64 Sept 29/2014 20.81 21.12 21.79 Sept 29/2015 20.96 21.27 21.94 Sept 29/2016 21.10 21.42 22.10 Housekeeping Aide Sept 29/2012 21.09 21.30 21.89 Sept 29/2013 21.23 21.45 22.04 Sept 29/2014 21.38 21.60 22.19 Sept 29/2015 21.53 21.75 22.35 Sept 29/2016 21.68 21.90 22.51 Position Title Date Base 1 Yr. 2 Yrs. 3 Yrs. 4 Yrs. Linen Attendant Sept 29/2012 21.01 21.23 21.89 Sept 29/2013 21.16 21.38 22.04 Sept 29/2014 21.31 21.53 22.19 Sept 29/2015 21.45 21.68 22.35 Sept 29/2016 21.61 21.83 22.51 Offset Operator I Sept 29/2012 21.01 21.23 21.89 Food Service Worker Sept 29/2013 21.16 21.38 22.04 Kitchen Storekeeper Sept 29/2014 21.31 21.53 22.19 Maintenance Helper Sept 29/2015 21.45 21.68 22.35 Housekeeping Porter Sept 29/2016 21.60 21.83 22.51 Dietary Aide Sept 29/2012 21.66 21.85 22.47 Sept 29/2013 21.81 22.00 22.63 Sept 29/2014 21.96 22.15 22.79 Sept 29/2015 22.11 22.31 22.95 Sept 29/2016 22.26 22.47 23.11 Compact Operator Sept 29/2012 21.27 21.56 22.47 Groundskeeper Sept 29/2013 21.42 21.71 22.63 Sept 29/2014 21.57 21.86 22.79 Sept 29/2015 21.72 22.01 22.95 Sept 29/2016 21.87 22.16 23.11 Rehab Attendant Sept 29/2012 21.56 21.87 22.82 Sept 29/2013 21.71 22.02 22.98 Sept 29/2014 21.86 22.17 23.14 Sept 29/2015 22.01 22.33 23.30 Sept 29/2016 22.17 22.48 23.47 Position Title Date Base 1 Yr. 2 Yrs. 3 Yrs. 4 Yrs. Horticulturist Sept 29/2012 21.69 21.97 22.88 Sept 29/2013 21.84 22.12 23.04 Sept 29/2014 21.99 22.27 23.20 Sept 29/2015 22.14 22.43 23.36 Sept 29/2016 22.29 22.59 23.52 Assistant Cook Sept 29/2012 21.42 21.85 22.97 Sept 29/2013 21.57 22.00 23.13 Sept 29/2014 21.72 22.15 23.29 Sept 29/2015 21.87 22.31 23.46 Sept 29/2016 22.03 22.46 23.62 Maintenance I Sept 29/2012 22.98 23.57 Sept 29/2013 23.14 23.73 Sept 29/2014 23.30 23.90 Sept 29/2015 23.46 24.07 Sept 29/2016 23.62 24.24 Truck Driver Se...
Historical. PERIOD FROM JULY 7, 1997 (DATE OF YEAR ENDED PERIOD FROM ACQUISITION) TO YEAR ENDED YEAR ENDED YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, JANUARY 1, 1997 DECEMBER 31, DECEMBER 31, DECEMBER 31, DECEMBER 31, 1996 TO JULY 6, 1997 1997 1997 1998 1999 ------------ --------------- --------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ (UNAUDITED) (IN THOUSANDS, EXCEPT SHARE AND PER SHARE DATA) STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS DATA: Revenues................ $ 2,803 $ 4,420 $ 7,192 $ 11,612 $ 22,635 $ 59,786 Costs and expenses: Cost of operations.... 2,002 4,149 1,739 2,808 6,710 9,656 Cost of services...... 684 1,817 1,611 3,428 7,044 21,750 Selling, general and administrative...... 3,194 7,001 6,087 13,088 17,512 70,213 Deferred compensation........ -- -- -- -- -- 1,299 Depreciation and amortization........ 591 519 2,753 4,850 8,109 29,070 Charge off of purchased in-process research and development......... -- -- 15,000(2) 15,000(2) -- -- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- Total costs and expenses..... 6,471 13,486 27,190 39,174 39,375 131,988 ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- Loss from operations.... (3,668) (9,066) (19,998) (27,562) (16,740) (72,202) Other income (expense): Interest expense...... -- -- -- -- -- (1,094) Interest and other income................ -- -- -- -- -- 3,458 ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- Net loss before income tax benefit........... (3,668) (9,066) (19,998) (27,562) (16,740) (69,838) Income tax benefit...... -- -- 1,440 4,710(4) 159 4,839 ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- Net loss................ $ (3,668) $ (9,066) $ (18,558) $ (22,852) $ (16,581) $ (64,999) =========== =========== =========== =========== =========== =========== Net loss per common share: Basic................. $ -- $ -- $ (0.37) $ (0.46) $ (0.33) $ (1.19) =========== =========== =========== =========== =========== =========== Diluted............... $ -- $ -- $ (0.37) $ (0.46) $ (0.33) $ (1.19) =========== =========== =========== =========== =========== =========== Shares used in computing pro forma basic and diluted net loss per share................. -- -- 50,000,000 50,000,000 50,000,000 54,726,027 OTHER DATA: EBITDA before certain charges(3)............ $ (3,077) $ (8,547) $ (2,245) $ (7,712) $ (8,631) $ (41,833) Net cash used in operating activities............ (2,565) (7,172) (6,079) (13,251) (10,930) (20,515) Net cash used in investing ac...
Historical. THREE MONTHS ENDED 18 DAYS ENDED MARCH 31, 2001 JANUARY 18, 2001 -------------- ---------------- PRO FORMA PRO FORMA SONUS TTI ADJUSTMENTS COMBINED -------------- ---------------- ----------- --------- REVENUES.............................. $ 41,499 $ 335 $ -- $ 41,834 Manufacturing, product and service costs............................... 18,011 124 -- 18,135 GROSS PROFIT.......................... --------- 23,488 --------- 211 ---------- -- --------- 23,699 OPERATING EXPENSES: Research and development............ 13,919 1,155 -- 15,074 Sales and marketing................. 8,488 152 -- 8,640 General and administrative.......... 2,663 2,182 (2,008)(D) 2,837 Stock-based compensation............ 15,423 96 2,419 (B) 17,938 Amortization of intangibles......... 27,207 -- 6,802 (A) 34,009
Historical. 1. Past offending behaviour
Historical. 2001 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 ------------ ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- Consolidated Balance Sheet Data: Working capital......... 18,143,563 $22,303,204 $23,672,736 $24,869,844 $30,997,769 $37,277,545 Total assets............ 44,441,451 39,654,124 44,699,274 42,103,912 49,120,147 41,192,333 Total debt.............. 55,506 55,506 49,260 26,236 337,710 -- Total shareholders' equity................. 32,488,788 32,336,461 35,955,453 36,599,346 45,375,391 38,939,411 --------
Historical. In 2018 Cal Maritime acquired the former Motel 6 property adjacent to the Cal Maritime campus. The addition of approximately 150 student rooms in conjunction with the termination of contracted custodial services, allowed Enterprise Services to form its own staff of custodial and maintenance personnel employed by California State University Maritime Academy. The formation of this maintenance group, and their focus on the residential campus will allow Facilities Management, who has historically maintained the residence halls, to focus its labor and resources primarily upon the academic campus of Cal Maritime.
Historical. MINORITY COMBINED GROUP SOONER INC. SOONER INC. ADJUSTMENTS (NOTE 2) INTEREST ADJUSTMENTS (NOTES 1 AND 3) OFFERING ADJUSTMENTS (NOTE 4) COMBINED, ACQUISITIONS AND OFFERING Current assets Cash and cash equivalents...... $ 4,821 $ 1,430 $ $ $ 6,251 Accounts receivable, net....... 64,137 32,239 96,376 Deferred taxes................. -- 526 526 Inventories.................... 30,826 71,761 102,587 Prepaid expenses and other current assets............... 1,715 472 $ 755 2,942 -------- -------- ------- ------- --------- -------- Total current assets..... 101,499 106,428 755 -- -- 208,682 Accounts and notes receivable.... -- 1,524 1,524 Debt issuance costs, net of accumulated amortization....... -- 74 (74) Property plant and equipment, net............................ 143,468 4,526 (1,000) 146,994 Goodwill, net.................... 103,391 13,262 39,800 26,400 182,853 Investments, at cost............. 172 2,208 2,380 Other long-term assets........... 4,988 260 74 (2,755)(H) 2,567 Total assets............. $353,518 $128,282 $40,555 $25,400 $ (2,755) $545,000 ======== ======== ======= ======= ========= ======== Current liabilities Accounts payable and accrued liabilities.................. $57,248 $ 37,522 $ 670 $ -- $ (6,905)(A) $ 88,535 Postretirement healthcare and other benefits............... 1,100 1,100 Income taxes payable........... 2,427 311 2,738 Deferred income taxes.......... 369 369 Current portion of long-term debt......................... 37,629 (27,049)(A) 10,580 Other current liabilities...... 2,333 2,333 Total current liabilities............ 101,106 37,833 670 -- (33,954) 105,655 Long term debt................... 102,614 60,787 (61,841)(A) 101,560 Deferred income taxes............ 19,977 (11,289)(E) 8,688 Postretirement healthcare and other benefits................. 5,899 85 5,984 Other liabilities................ 4,519 4,519 -------- -------- ------- ------- --------- -------- Total liabilities........ 234,115 98,620 755 -- (107,084) 226,406 Minority interest................ 37,561 (37,406) 155 Redeemable preferred stock....... 25,293 (25,293)(AB) -- Stockholders' equity Convertible preferred stock.... 1,625 (1,625)(A) -- Common stock................... 272 70 141(ABG) 483 Additional paid-in capital..... 83,810 26,176 43,286 56,408 119,817(ABGH) 329,497 Retained earnings (deficit).... (25,854) 3,486 (3,486) 6,328 11,289(E) (8,237) Accumulated other comprehensive loss......................... (3,304) (3,304) -------- -------- ------- ------- --------...
Historical. Deficit Elimination Plan (March 17, 2015) School District of the City of Hazel Park Salary Schedule (For teachers/ancillary staff hired on or before November 22, 2010) An off-schedule cut of 4.66% (formerly 6.53%) will remain in effect (per March 15, 2015 DEP-MOA, modified 5/14/19 with a 1.87% restoration). Degree B.A. B.A. + 18 M.A. M.A. + 15 M.A. +30 M.A. +45 DR. Non-Degre e Base 33,855 35,554 37,245 38,605 39,950 41,309 42,622 32,164 0.5 35,460 37,314 39,233 40,588 41,940 43,294 44,648 33,612 1 37,062 39,072 41,214 42,567 43,920 45,280 46,626 35,052 1.5 38,622 40,839 43,198 44,549 45,906 47,262 48,612 36,498 2 40,265 42,596 45,183 46,535 47,891 49,247 50,598 37,935 2.5 41,868 44,358 47,168 48,519 49,874 51,232 52,582 39,381 3 43,471 46,114 49,150 50,505 51,865 53,215 54,567 40,815 3.5 45,073 47,887 51,138 52,489 53,847 55,198 56,554 42,264 4 46,673 49,637 53,123 54,474 55,832 57,182 58,536 43,704 4.5 48,721 51,403 55,105 56,459 57,814 59,167 60,523 45,148 5 49,874 53,159 57,090 58,446 59,796 61,153 62,505 46,591 5.5 51,477 54,924 59,075 60,430 61,782 63,137 64,491 48,035 6 53,081 56,682 61,057 62,406 63,765 65,125 66,481 49,473 6.5 54,680 58,446 63,041 64,395 65,751 67,105 68,464 50,916 7 56,281 60,202 65,028 66,389 67,736 69,092 70,445 52,362 7.5 57,879 61,959 67,011 68,364 69,719 71,074 72,425 53,800 8 59,488 63,723 68,995 70,353 71,705 73,062 74,412 55,244 8.5 61,087 65,489 70,984 72,337 73,692 75,048 76,398 56,691 9 62,689 67,246 72,969 74,319 75,674 77,029 78,383 58,125 9.5 63,344 67,991 73,846 75,180 76,514 77,845 79,181 58,690 10 64,922 69,720 75,804 77,132 78,472 79,801 81,137 59,588 11 65,915 70,787 76,964 78,312 79,673 81,022 82,378 60,500 2019 RESTORATIONS: ** Base and Step .5 Removed ** Added Step 11 an increase of 1.53% above Step 10 ** 1.87% Restoration of the 6.53% reduction Appendix 2 HISTORICAL Deficit Elimination Plan School District of the City of Hazel Park and Hazel Park Education Association Memorandum of Understanding 3-17-15 The circumstances leading to this Memorandum of Understanding are as follows. The parties currently have a collective bargaining agreement in effect through August 31, 2017. However, · the District finds itselfin a financial crisis and is in the process ofsubmitting a revised proposed Deficit Elimination Plan (DEP) to the Michigan Department ofTreasury, which proposed DEP requires all ofthe District's employees, including the members ofthe HPEA bargaining unit, to make reductions in their compensation. Accord...
Historical. The area is special because of the historical association with Glasnevin Cemetery, having the original entrance to the cemetery with surviving gate and gate lodge, a historic pub associated with the cemetery and the main access route Prospect Avenue having its origins in the opening of the cemetery.