New Hartford Police Salery

New Hartford Police Salery

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Paying too much

Europe

#1 Apr 16, 2010
Oneill, Timothy $91,152.35
Philo, Robert $89,597.30
Inserra, Michael $88,890.69
Philo, Raymond $86,999.29
Colburn, Paul $78,739.34
Kowalski, Michael $78,193.85
Colburn, Peter $73,773.63
Fontaine Jr, Ronald $73,488.36
Sica II, Matthew $69,851.17
Spinella, Jordan $68,143.23
Herman, Daniel $67,053.49
Allen, Andrew $65,856.50
Pietryka, Brad $65,422.71
Gehringer, Justin $64,495.25
Salamone, Richard $64,424.06
Laymon, Steven $64,016.57
Yoxall, Shane $63,354.39
Schmidt Jr, Carl $62,335.00
Burns, Christopher $61,650.72
Petrie, Jarod $59,140.24
Hyatt, James $57,856.37
Sacco, Patrick $34,475.31
Freiberger, William $25,010.68
Adsit, Scott $21,627.17
Reilly, Michael $19,236.49
Unsustainable

Houston, TX

#2 Apr 16, 2010
The fact is, there's a major disparity relative to public sector compensation vs private sector compensation. Without question, public sector pay needs to be reduced so that it's commensurate with private sector pay. The relationship is completely inverse. If our objective is real economic growth, development, and economic viability, now and in the future, we must reverse this relationship in favor of the productive sector. Government needs to be reduced in size, scope and function. As harsh as it my sound, eliminating half of the NHPD jobs would be a start in the right direction.
Paying too much wrote:
Oneill, Timothy $91,152.35
Philo, Robert $89,597.30
Inserra, Michael $88,890.69
Philo, Raymond $86,999.29
Colburn, Paul $78,739.34
Kowalski, Michael $78,193.85
Colburn, Peter $73,773.63
Fontaine Jr, Ronald $73,488.36
Sica II, Matthew $69,851.17
Spinella, Jordan $68,143.23
Herman, Daniel $67,053.49
Allen, Andrew $65,856.50
Pietryka, Brad $65,422.71
Gehringer, Justin $64,495.25
Salamone, Richard $64,424.06
Laymon, Steven $64,016.57
Yoxall, Shane $63,354.39
Schmidt Jr, Carl $62,335.00
Burns, Christopher $61,650.72
Petrie, Jarod $59,140.24
Hyatt, James $57,856.37
Sacco, Patrick $34,475.31
Freiberger, William $25,010.68
Adsit, Scott $21,627.17
Reilly, Michael $19,236.49
WOW

Middleville, NY

#3 Apr 16, 2010
No wonder we are broke.
nuts

Moravia, NY

#4 Apr 16, 2010
This is insane, they are way overpaid. You could hire twice that many oficers as these are paid.
hardee har

New York, NY

#5 Apr 16, 2010
Unsustainable wrote:
The fact is, there's a major disparity relative to public sector compensation vs private sector compensation. Without question, public sector pay needs to be reduced so that it's commensurate with private sector pay. The relationship is completely inverse. If our objective is real economic growth, development, and economic viability, now and in the future, we must reverse this relationship in favor of the productive sector. Government needs to be reduced in size, scope and function. As harsh as it my sound, eliminating half of the NHPD jobs would be a start in the right direction.
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Well, Ed.... and we ALL know its you! i see you have moved on to the police now that central is closed. you will stop at nothing until we have no services left.
Arkie

Cortland, NY

#6 Apr 16, 2010
Hey Ed,

Put in an application for the PD. Lets see how long you last on the street lol. Why be jeolous, join them.
Sassy Moron

East Syracuse, NY

#7 Apr 16, 2010
Culd u all teech me to spel good?
Sick Of It

New York, NY

#8 Apr 16, 2010
hardee har wrote:
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Well, Ed.... and we ALL know its you! i see you have moved on to the police now that central is closed. you will stop at nothing until we have no services left.
That's what should happen, eliminate all services first then rebuild without all the fluff that is prevalent in the Village, Town and lets not forget the biggest offender, our School District. I recently found out that part time bus drivers are provided full medical benefits for $50/mo while half empty busses criss-cross each other in the neighborhoods of New Hartford 5 days a week. Pretty soon our children will be shuttled to school in stretch limos at this rate. Where do I sign up?
Sick Of It

New York, NY

#9 Apr 16, 2010
Another good one is our crossing guards show up in new Cadillacs. Hmmmm?
Chief

Manlius, NY

#10 Apr 16, 2010
There are plenty of lucrative private sector jobs earning this and a lot more- accountants, lawyers, insurance professionals, bank officials, real estate professionals, doctors and nurses, some private college professors.
So the plan is to lower everyone's wages so no one has enough spare coin to buy anything? Misery likes company.
The disparity is that there are not enough well paying private sector jobs in this area. In the areas where taxes are lower, Tennesse for example, guess what, same problem.
Paying too much

United States

#11 Apr 17, 2010
Chief wrote:
There are plenty of lucrative private sector jobs earning this and a lot more- accountants, lawyers, insurance professionals, bank officials, real estate professionals, doctors and nurses, some private college professors.
So the plan is to lower everyone's wages so no one has enough spare coin to buy anything? Misery likes company.
The disparity is that there are not enough well paying private sector jobs in this area. In the areas where taxes are lower, Tennesse for example, guess what, same problem.
That is the problem dummy. All the other professions you mention require a college education. The current Chief has a GED. All the other professions can not retire in 20 years at 80% their current pay. The problem is public sector jobs pay and benefits have exploded and the private sector has not.
to bad

New York, NY

#12 Apr 17, 2010
thats just to bad....
so why is it the cops fault?
Everyone i know of can go take the civil service exam. just beacuase you chose to get an advanced degree society/the private sector HAS to pay you handsomly for it?
DUMB

Europe

#13 Apr 17, 2010
Here is Whitestown payroll. Do you think there may be some issues. New Hartford PD is way over paid. Comapre it to any other upstate town. They have built a empire

Wolanin, Donald $51,850.15
Sojda, Mark $45,079.33
Zabek, Richard $43,621.30
Reilly, Scott $39,358.06
Mc Cully, Frank $38,496.13
Barone, Timothy $36,172.80
Occhipinti, Shawn $13,960.50
Scarchilli, James $13,663.25
Mc Lean, Matthew $7,199.60
Kopek Jr, William $3,495.25
Soja, Lee $2,021.30
Heres the difference

White Plains, NY

#14 Apr 17, 2010
Im not a fan of NHPD however when you try to compare them to Whitestown your pretty much comparing A police force (NH) with Mall security (WPD).
Penny

Jamesville, NY

#15 Apr 17, 2010
Here the difference,

Who are you kidding? The NH Police Force does not even follow the law. Not all of them but most of them follow the "blue-shield code of silence." There is so much wrong with this department, even the U.S. Justice Department does not know where to start.

Did you know that the New Hartford Police Officer [live] for their OVERTIME each pay period. These guys think it is a perk of the job and they want that overtime in their paycheck.

Well, boys and girls, the buck stop here with Supervisor Tyksinksi. No more freebies, not even maybies. OVERTIME will be eliminated in the New Hartford Police Department and only in rare cases will overtime be authorized.

OVERTIME too, for Department Heads in the Town of New Hartford is being eliminated. Why? Because according to Civil Servie Law they are EXEMPT from both OVERTIME and COMPENSATORY time, however, the Town (under Earle Reed) allowed overtime to be paid to everyone, no exceptions.

How do you think the Town Codes Officer (Joseph Booth) made $82,220 in 2009? With a $33,000 increase in one year alone that Barbara Aielo, Town Personnel Officer cannot explain. Why? It is time she be put on the good-old hot seat?

Whoever got the above salaries and wages, I am grateful this is all coming out. It is long overdue.
huh

Waterloo, Canada

#16 Apr 17, 2010
What's a salery?
DUMB

Europe

#17 Apr 17, 2010
Chief wrote:
There are plenty of lucrative private sector jobs earning this and a lot more- accountants, lawyers, insurance professionals, bank officials, real estate professionals, doctors and nurses, some private college professors.
So the plan is to lower everyone's wages so no one has enough spare coin to buy anything? Misery likes company.
The disparity is that there are not enough well paying private sector jobs in this area. In the areas where taxes are lower, Tennesse for example, guess what, same problem.
A lawyer drives his own car to court
A Lawyer pays for his suits and pays to launder them
A Lawyer who works 10 hours a day does not get overtime
A Lawyer pays for 7 years of college education
A Lawyer pays a fitness club to work out
A Lawyer does not work 20 years and retire at 80% of their pay
A Lawyer pays for their health care
A Lawyer when they make a mistake can get sued and pay out of their pocket
A Lawyer does not have a union to assist them when they get into trouble
A Lawyer when they attend a seminar has to pay for it out of there pocket not have it paid for by the town
A Lawyer does not get paid for walking in a parade
Joe

Middleville, NY

#18 Apr 17, 2010
This is simply abuse of the system, the ol boys have escalated town salaries to a ridiculous level, It should have never happened, and it needs to be fixed.
Penny

Jamesville, NY

#19 Apr 17, 2010
Paying too much,

I do not know who you are but you are providing a wealth of information and service to the community.

Do you have other figures for Town personnel (i.e. Gail Wolanin-Young, Carol Fairbrother, Joe Booth, Thomas Rowlands, Dory Shaw, Paul Smith, Barbara Aiello, and others on the Town Payroll?

Do you have such information for the New Hartford School payroll?

You are terrific!
Watch Steve for Signs

United States

#20 Apr 17, 2010
Watch out when someone is talking to you and keep scratching their ear or the side of their head. They normally does this, when you ask them a question. You can tell that it's a fake scratch.

You may ask a question and the liar will act like he didn't hear you. He will ask you to repeat the question, his trick is to buy more time to come up with a lie.

When you are told something, from the liar, and when you repeat it back to the person at a later date, he don't even know what you are talking about. It's obvious, that he can't keep up with his lies. A liar uses a lie to cover another lie.

When someone is lying they get defensive easily if asked a question. They will even shed a few tears, to convince you that they are telling the truth.

When your intuition tells you that they are lying and you try to get the truth out. They will tell you the weirdest things ever, that doesn't even makes sense.

A liar will make you feel like you are seeing or hearing things. When you confront him about something that you heard or saw, he will tell you, "It's all in your head."

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