Senior Voter

AOL

#21 Apr 26, 2010
No teacher that retires should not sub for at least a year after.This Vivyan retires,get an incentive,receives a pension and then is allowed to milk the taxpayers.And they talk about Utica?The school board made a deal not in the interest of the taxpayers.
Scro Tum

Ithaca, NY

#22 Apr 26, 2010
Senior Voter wrote:
No teacher that retires should not sub for at least a year after.This Vivyan retires,get an incentive,receives a pension and then is allowed to milk the taxpayers.And they talk about Utica?The school board made a deal not in the interest of the taxpayers.
Would you be one of those former Utica Cornhillians living in the mill apartment buildings that do not pay tax or contribute to the community? Just because you vote does not mean you pay any village tax and therefore have no right to comment on any village topic. If you do own your own home your comments are welcome. Why are you fixated on Vivyan there are others?
you bet cha

Syracuse, NY

#23 Apr 26, 2010
listen up this is capitalism at its best, just grab what they can get from the people, like wall street,car makers, bankers,politicians, public workers, and at this rate this country is slowly going down the crapper.Everyone for themse;ves and nothing made in this country just paper pushers like teachers grabbing it all hiding behind the children.
Anna

AOL

#24 Apr 26, 2010
As a senior who votes in the village Mrs Vivyan should not be double dipping by subbing after receiving an incentive to retire from the taxpayers.I have told Porcelli about this and he agrees.
substitute

United States

#25 Apr 26, 2010
So you would rather have a substitute called in that doesn't have any experience teaching or how the school works? A sub would be paid anyway. As a teacher, I prefer teachers with experience and knowledge of the district to be with my students. That way, it is a valuable day and I can leave work to be completed that I know will get done well! Stop complaining about having someone that has retired, that has experience, and enjoys working with children so much that she returns as a sub to work with them!
i love skanks

Saranac Lake, NY

#26 Apr 26, 2010
I heard the moms in the mills like to get fuc3ed behind the school
Policy

AOL

#27 Apr 27, 2010
Why is it allowed I agree for a teacher like Vivyan to get a bonus to retire and then come back to sub?I am in the private sector and there is a waiting period to return part time.The mills school board is in cohoots with the teacher.
bambino

Ithaca, NY

#28 Apr 27, 2010
i love skanks wrote:
I heard the moms in the mills like to get fuc3ed behind the school
you talkin about lee's LOVE nest?, thats only one couple we classier people like the dugouts.
Something New

Ithaca, NY

#29 Apr 27, 2010
Policy wrote:
Why is it allowed I agree for a teacher like Vivyan to get a bonus to retire and then come back to sub?I am in the private sector and there is a waiting period to return part time.The mills school board is in cohoots with the teacher.
Why not let some new blood in and have a crack at teaching. They have to learn sooner or later. Get rid of the old boys club attitude and hire young blood. WAKE UP SCHOOL BOARD DO YOUR FRICKEN JOB RIGHT FOR A CHANGE.
right on

Warren, NJ

#30 Apr 27, 2010
Something New wrote:
<quoted text>
Why not let some new blood in and have a crack at teaching. They have to learn sooner or later. Get rid of the old boys club attitude and hire young blood. WAKE UP SCHOOL BOARD DO YOUR FRICKEN JOB RIGHT FOR A CHANGE.
Look....we teach our children that life is about opportunities and better education (oftentimes) leads to or creates more lucrative opportunities. The unemployment rate is 10%+/-...arguably it is more like 17%. Retirement is just what it means...retirement! Our pension & social security systems were designed to create a resonable incentive to retire. Thereby creating new opprtunities for the young and their families. In essence it opens up a path to keep them in our communities. This current practice of double dipping must stop and the Board of Education has a responsibility to end this practice once and for all. It is abusive and must be stopped. We should create opportunities for our young and if and when they educate themselves and indeed earn a chance.....give it to the most qualified candidate. We need to give the young people (our children) a reason to stay here...a reason to preserve our community.......a reason to preserve our history and culture. Enough already. The Board of Ed must act decisively NOW!
Joe

United States

#32 Apr 27, 2010
Actually theese look pretty reasonable compared to the ridiculous salaries in New Hartford. But a few are still too high.
Listen To Reason

Ithaca, NY

#33 Apr 28, 2010
At some point in time these teachers that retire and then are hired back have to retire. A few of them are already held together with glue they are so old. Its time to let in new ones that have taken the time and invested money in school to be teachers. What shall we do let them all move out of state for jobs and then when we need a teacher we have to hire Mr.Slash from the Utica projects. What will he be able to teach?, the proper way to groom a marijuana field or how to conceal your crack pipe from the cops?. Screwing around like this will only cause the loss of the really talented and caring teachers. I also hear that although he has gone, Dave Langbone has his tentacles still deeply embedded in the operation of our school. Now there is a real supporter of NY Mills, he sent his son the Notre Dame while he worked for us. The new board members were voted in to make a change from the old group of yes men that sat in power. Well lets get going people your current term may be your last!
huff and puff

Ithaca, NY

#34 Apr 28, 2010
to much money for a teacher to teach a class of twelve kids, time to consolidate the kielbasa kids with nh.
Bonuser

AOL

#35 Apr 28, 2010
As a retired teacher in a neighboring district we are not allowed to teach in the district for 1 year if we received an incentive to retire.The teacher who receieved the incentive has violated state law.Where is the Mills school board on this?
The Marauder

Ithaca, NY

#36 Apr 28, 2010
Out in left field picking daisies as usual instead of watching the ball. Good information I will relay it to the proper people. Thank You.
Truth

Germantown, WI

#37 Apr 28, 2010
Main Street Mom wrote:
Could someone please post for me the salaries of the New York Mills teachers and school employees. Unfortunately being a new voice here I have no idea where to look these up. I would go to the school and foil them but I am told they will mark me as a trouble maker and my child will suffer. I hear there is much debate over a new contract but I am getting only bits and pieces. If anyone has any information I would also appreciate it if you would post that as well. It is my understanding that the school may consolidate if the budget is to high. I may have to move to a stronger district while my child is young if that is the case like Oriskany or Holland Patent. I attended a small school and I liked it better than those large school districts like Whitesboro, New Hartfrod and Utica. They are all good schools but having to many kids cause some to fall through the cracks. Any help is appreciated, thanks.
Houghton, Kathy S $120,055.90
Hadfield, Gary M $98,420.58
Adey, Michael T $83,508.00
Elacqua, Peter J $82,343.00
O'Brien, Lena V $78,398.00
Karas, Stanley J $78,240.00
Hughes, Robert J $77,400.00
Shrey, Steven J $77,366.50
Carney, John C $77,252.00
Luvera, Deborah A $74,728.00
Bluey, Linda A $74,692.00
Goldin, Diane C $73,980.00
Brady, Diane H $71,152.00
Hamarowicz, Pamela F $70,006.00
Dudajek, Jan H $69,580.00
Spost, Michael J $68,668.00
Ferguson, Charles J $67,256.50
Emmerich, Marcia A $65,521.00
Finnerty, Sean O $63,776.46
Dziekan, Andrea J $63,630.00
Chambrone, Jeanie A $61,886.00
Ricco, Anthony L $58,687.00
Ellis, Debra A $58,346.44
Zogby, Kim H $57,660.50
Pearsall, Sandra J $57,437.00
Rasmus, Barbara A $57,412.00
Getman, Kevin W $57,004.00
Sacco, Stephanie B $56,858.00
Clements, Mary A $56,501.00
Williams, Jamie M $55,654.50
Sparacino, Colleen M $54,448.00
Wilson, Rene M $54,141.72
Pylman, Jacqueline $53,399.00
Circelli, Michelle A $53,189.00
Hall, Michelle A $52,991.00
Zielinski, Teresa K $52,800.00
Pierce, James A $52,109.00
Milone, Bonnie J $50,569.00
Moore, Lynn A $48,886.00
Belmar, Nina $48,686.00
Goodfriend, Jennifer L $48,288.00
Zbytniewski, Amee L $46,849.00
Papienuk, Timothy M $46,078.00
Kubecka, Kristin J $45,581.00
Sroka, Jennifer L $44,930.95
Lovecchio, Adam R $44,841.00
Robertson, Danielle M $44,789.00
Galime, Jody L $44,679.00
Truth

Germantown, WI

#38 Apr 28, 2010
Main Street Mom wrote:
Could someone please post for me the salaries of the New York Mills teachers and school employees. Unfortunately being a new voice here I have no idea where to look these up. I would go to the school and foil them but I am told they will mark me as a trouble maker and my child will suffer. I hear there is much debate over a new contract but I am getting only bits and pieces. If anyone has any information I would also appreciate it if you would post that as well. It is my understanding that the school may consolidate if the budget is to high. I may have to move to a stronger district while my child is young if that is the case like Oriskany or Holland Patent. I attended a small school and I liked it better than those large school districts like Whitesboro, New Hartfrod and Utica. They are all good schools but having to many kids cause some to fall through the cracks. Any help is appreciated, thanks.
Kuhn, Stacy P $43,389.00
Gale, Jeanne T $42,986.89
Higgins, Justin M $42,777.00
Davis, Romana E $42,265.00
Massoud, Ava $41,727.00
Steffen, Jennifer L $41,054.00
Rowlands, Tiffany A $38,177.00
Putnam, Maryanne B $31,616.00
Langone, David $30,094.19
Davis, Virginia A $22,414.96
Johnson, Ann M $18,292.04
Tooke, Stephanie L $8,673.00
Stoval, Jaclyn J $3,760.00
Ortlieb, Dawn R $3,283.00
Sroka, Teresa A $2,880.00
Dean, Courtney L $2,152.00
Cotrupe, Sarah L $1,414.00
Bolos, Wendy J $1,233.00
Ruganis, Scott A $1,092.80
Circelli, Cynthia G $800.00
Dever, Megan E $399.60
Gadziala, Amy M $90.00
Guca, Michelle A $60.00
Goodman, Kathryn M $25.00
The Marauder

Ithaca, NY

#39 Apr 28, 2010
Good job "Truth" do you have by any chance the others such as janitors etc?
Senior resident

New York, NY

#40 Apr 28, 2010
How much was Vivyan getting before she got that 18000 incentive and then subs the month after.
Truth

Waukesha, WI

#41 Apr 28, 2010
The Marauder wrote:
Good job "Truth" do you have by any chance the others such as janitors etc?
Here you go
WholeName YTDPay
Stamboly, Lisa A $70,479.20
Lachut, William A $47,856.32
May, Paula A $43,536.40
Lawrence, Carole $42,920.55
Klenotiz, Michael P $42,358.12
Rumbutis, John J $40,636.00
Wegrzyn, Gene R $38,773.79
Wegrzyn, Donna R $38,173.13
Radomski, Cheryl M $31,057.66
Bulak, Brion $29,608.97
Oles, John A $29,260.20
Glenn, Robert F $29,072.67
Lallier, Gail P $27,989.61
Lachut, Lou A $27,150.43
Sprague, Allen L $26,147.81
Chamberlain, Barbara J $23,705.79
Thomas, Richard W $22,661.42
Ross, Helena M $22,029.52
Bates, Joyce A $19,541.28
Bronga, Jo-Ann $18,883.84
Knowles, Dona P $18,615.06
Kurgan, John J $16,732.50
White, Susan G $16,512.39
Houle, Deborah A $15,253.70
Klimacek, Patricia A $14,719.76
Ferrara, Sharron J $14,685.79
Green, James C $14,633.29
Grossi, Anna $14,127.24
Babiarz, Brenda L $13,998.35
Soja, Lisa H $12,999.42
Smith, Jennifer M $12,824.20
MacIol, Tammy L $12,605.99
Joswick, Marie L $12,596.93
Wellington, Jessica L $11,623.38
Borek, Steven $9,981.30
Williams, Douglas F $8,925.38
Pasquarelli, Shelly S $7,954.68
Ryan, William D $7,300.00
De Prospero, Jennifer L $6,855.76
Chamberlain, Edward L $2,970.66

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