New Hartford Police Salery
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#21 Apr 17, 2010
Penny wrote:
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!
Booth, Joseph $73,068.90
Moran, Christopher $68,512.84
Marshall, William $65,653.10
Smith, William $60,179.04
Naber, Norman $58,542.91
Griffith, Kim $58,406.40
Meagher, John $57,664.88
Webb, Gerald $57,584.74
Dziedzic, Robert $57,078.82
Jeffery, Michael $56,875.52
Cunningham, John $56,450.63
Halpin, Corey $56,404.66
Gehringer, Douglas $56,275.45
Madden, Jeffrey $56,098.64
Smoulcey, Michael $54,573.09
Brunet, Michael $54,052.60
Roberts, Michael $53,561.41
Coonradt, Michael $53,056.18
Schwenzfeier, Kurt $51,382.24
Fletcher, Joseph $49,972.20
Demko, Deborah $49,621.07
Martin, Kevin $49,150.45
Mundrick, Jeffrey $48,945.99
Smith, Paul $48,204.52
Ingersoll, Steven $48,192.87
Panzone, Thomas $48,048.32
Deblois, David $47,902.26
Young, Gail $47,584.00
Solan, Timothy $46,526.25
Smith, Brian $46,409.83
Rich Jr, Bryon $46,010.84
Plambeck, Hans $45,537.88
Gehringer, Keith $45,194.77
Woeltje, Nancy $45,188.52
Shaw, Dolores $44,819.62
Conhaim, Jesse $44,751.00
Burnop, Craig $43,780.22
Aiello, Barbara $42,597.71
Waterman, Jeramy $39,792.57
Owens, Maureen $39,175.76
Campbell, James $38,063.86
Currier, Candy $37,840.76
Ryan, Carol $37,459.24
Natale, Michael $37,147.30
Budlong, Christopher $36,736.25
Debernardis, Gregory $36,108.70
Costner, Bernice $35,631.75
Rose, Ann $33,740.98
Morosco, Nicholas $33,253.41
Mathews, Kevin $33,024.46
Randall, John $32,700.52
Moran, Michele $32,574.30
Spellman, Mary $32,312.28
Topor, Amy $31,975.43
Brindisi, Robin $31,635.24
Javorski, Mary $31,544.90
Rowlands, Thomas $30,901.58
Jenny, Brian $29,838.27
Fanelli, Donna $29,792.92
Miller, James $28,599.81
Donnenwirth, Susan $27,685.85
Cook, Ruth $26,653.83
Jones, Margaret $26,361.20
Brown, Teresa $25,905.98
Kelly, John $25,646.63
Elefante, Hilarie $25,513.60
Ahrendtsen, Robert $23,619.36
O'Sullivan, Janice $22,287.77
Fancett, Melody $21,357.40
Gordon III, Sheldon $20,057.70
Virkler, William $17,562.80
Kielar, Christine $16,708.06
Denison, Diane $15,690.00
Muller, Diane $14,977.84
Talento, Michael $13,224.47
Glenn, Kathleen $13,138.20
Danella, Marcia $9,628.00
Rovou, Janice $9,628.00
Libby, John $9,267.29
Zwijacz, Joseph $8,497.25
Reynolds, David $7,165.20
Krupa, Christine $6,165.00
Woodland Jr, Richard $6,165.00
Marshall, Laurie $6,082.07
Mosakowski, Jacqueline $5,881.99
Gubbins, Kevin $4,923.68
Geller, Michael $3,734.72
Crumrine, Andrew $3,563.10
Sinisgalli, Vito $3,466.92
Corleto, Theresa $2,973.88
Pristera, Brianna $2,862.35
Luppino, Carmen $2,280.00
Mundrick, Linda $1,966.75
Kivela, Barbara $1,748.57
Reynolds, Rodger $1,250.00
Wheatley, Robin $854.51
Purdy, Jonathan $700.00
Hock, Theresa $691.74
Ules, Kim $683.19
Gardinier, Tyler $291.00
Duffy, Daniel $261.75
NH School Payroll Part 1

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#22 Apr 17, 2010
Nole, Robert J $153,675.49
Condro, Vincent $128,775.00
Spring-Wallace, Jennifer J $109,571.15
Dunn, Mark R $107,397.45
Whitton, George W $106,425.43
Hargreaves, Judith W $105,377.41
Levatino, Keith T $104,082.13
Coleman, Sherry L $102,894.63
Dieso, James P $101,774.30
Morris, Jean J $100,513.40
Baskinger, Louis G $99,384.00
Futscher, Maureen R $97,844.45
Corn, Michael R $97,064.00
Langone, Cynthia A $95,915.46
Rich, Patricia L $94,415.00
Mandel, Mary B $91,595.84
Putter, Teri J $90,797.36
Pelland, Gary M $90,484.00
Allam, Ashraf I $90,241.67
Klesse, Jan A $90,207.81
Alvanos, Peter J $89,316.00
Moll, Susan B $87,429.52
Allers, Robert H $86,604.00
Prue, Edward J $85,722.45
Porter, Christine A $85,014.09
Klar, Christina S $84,392.00
Battista, Diane R $84,264.00
Oastler, Marie J $84,224.00
Slattery, Ann B $83,374.57
Matuszewski, Jean M $82,395.00
Cissi, Elizabeth A $80,929.61
Kopper, Craig A $79,976.00
Carvotta, Sandra L $79,573.00
Bartell, Donna L $79,222.00
Krasinski, Maryanne $79,091.47
Crowe, Francis T $79,065.58
Donofrio, Sandra M $78,573.00
NH School Payroll Part 2

Europe

#23 Apr 17, 2010
Buckley, Carolyn C $78,549.00
Montana, Bonnie L $77,692.00
Derollo, James M $77,343.00
Baldwin, Debra R $77,205.00
Arcuri, Marybeth $77,165.00
Hollister, Martin A $76,606.00
Grimmer, Sheila A $76,237.25
Halpin, Elizabeth M $75,918.24
Smith, Jerrilyn K $75,496.00
Weber, Margaret A $75,405.30
Mc Avaney, Thomas J $75,044.00
Wargo, Joanne $74,704.00
Montesano, Marilyn C $73,820.04
Perra, Anne M $72,788.29
Pope, Daniel M $72,758.24
Perez-Belcher, Carlota $72,751.00
Belcher, James A $72,712.00
Russiello, Mary-Ann $71,607.00
Snow, Maryann $71,607.00
Angell, Victoria M $71,473.00
Ryczek, Janice M $71,197.00
Snizek, Thomas M $70,865.34
Clark, Lisa B $70,527.00
Basloe, Joan M $69,948.00
Greer, Mary J $69,919.00
Russo, Marybeth $69,863.70
Curri, Cynthia A $69,355.00
Kohlbrenner, Donna J $69,351.00
Castellano, Nancy L $69,234.00
Dunn, Cynthia A $68,588.00
Bibik, Ellyn S $68,219.00
Bean, Annette C $67,880.00
Becker, Mary T $67,695.00
Dowling, Deborah W $67,535.29
Zegarelli, Susan B $67,305.00
Johnson, Patricia A $67,240.00
Durante, Patricia A $67,053.00
Tarby, Monica E $66,961.96
Wilcox, Michelle P $66,776.00
Pangburn, Maryann S $66,375.00
Mumau, Diane M $66,347.00
Brennan, Mary B $66,036.00
Mauro, Rose M $65,349.00
Campbell, Mary M $64,559.00
Russo, Jacqueline R $64,363.15
Brown, Suzanne M $64,098.00
Stephens, Joanne $63,914.00
Davis, Karen D $63,910.96
Watkins, Jane $63,732.00
Levitt, Wendy W $63,268.00
Von, Schiller-Deep E $63,096.09
Bovi, Kevin J $62,369.37
Dodge, Brent M $61,859.23
Hamilton, Susan E $61,726.00
Comenale, Denise H $61,525.00
Wiley, Tammy A $61,503.04
Gigliotti, Therese M $61,400.00
Walters, Jeffrey F $61,393.00
Gillander, Paul V $61,295.00
Cooper, Lisamarie O $61,019.00
Amante, Michael R $60,830.00
Alessandrini, Catherine M $60,799.00
Kowalczyk, Wendy M $60,799.00
Towers, Sandra J $60,702.00
Schabert, Kathryn L $60,374.00
Weeks, Mary E $60,239.00
Zippin, Donna L $60,168.00
Draper, Terry F $60,003.28
NH School Payroll Part 3

Europe

#24 Apr 17, 2010
Lutz, M J $59,819.20
Loughran, Joan S $59,806.00
Doyle, Margert L $59,786.00
Homa, Natasha $58,610.00
Paradis, Andre R $58,419.00
Lore, Lisa A $58,341.00
Surace, Anthony J $58,224.00
Lawson, Jamie L $58,213.00
Storm, Carrie A $57,928.00
Allen, Cheryl A $57,549.00
Christman, Allen P $57,329.85
Mitchell, Jason A $57,204.00
Bartolotti, Shelley L $57,002.00
Richards, Derek R $56,933.60
Hadfield, Diane E $56,739.00
Shaw, Suzanne $56,539.00
Sandock, Andrea A $56,534.00
Julian, Sue A $56,381.00
Duross Jr, Frank B $56,112.96
Cooke, Katherine J $55,975.00
Ferguson, Timothy B $55,870.00
Gleeson, Susan J $55,725.00
Leonard, June A $55,624.93
Eklund, Wendi S $55,396.25
Paul, Kelly A $55,388.00
Tripp, Anne C $55,218.14
Lasalle, Allison M $55,128.00
Lalonde, Brian D $54,979.71
Calli, Eve C $54,779.36
Connors, Mary P $54,505.00
Altamuro, Denise $54,442.30
Clive, Jennifer B $53,588.00
Crouch, Lisa A $53,383.00
Ciancio, Susan A $53,354.87
Silvestri, Kathryn C $53,162.00
Gillander, Amy L $53,123.00
Vondauber, Gary C $53,006.00
Arcuri, Thomas J $52,828.73
Randall, Karen L $52,714.00
Mc Nair, James C $52,629.00
Pattison, Melissa M $52,407.00
Payne, Douglas R $52,384.47
Thomas, Mark D $52,332.00
Manley, Lisa M $52,145.07
Davies-Nelson, Jill M $52,008.00
Nugent, Kelly A $51,914.00
Stewart, Roy O $51,783.91
Lamb, Sarah A $51,516.00
Ruhmel, Susan M $51,373.00
Knapp, Jeffery J $51,338.00
Mc Coy, Kevin L $51,290.00
Martin, Cheryl J $51,154.00
Hall, James M $51,124.00
Wiegand, Caroline L $51,062.00
Quadraro-Kain, Diane R $50,986.58
Inman, John M $50,875.39
Brockett, Connie A $50,853.60
Meyers, Lisa M $50,848.00
Haddad, Lorie A $50,788.00
Dardano, Kristin M $50,434.00
Thomas, Heather B $50,395.00
Goodemote, Jo A $50,288.00
Notebaert, Patricia L $50,242.00
Cleveland, Christopher M $50,209.16
Rogan, Charles C $50,005.00
Simpson, Nicole E $49,926.10
Cornish, Heather A $49,805.00
Spanneut, Justin M $49,757.11
Evans, Gail D $49,643.00
Brych, Michael R $49,627.00
Stephens, Patricia L $49,546.00
Roberts, Rebecca A $49,509.00
Huntley, Jenifer R $49,468.00
Johnson, Bonnie H $49,400.00
Raynard, Christine M $49,189.00
Caruso, Valerie A $49,182.91
Arnold, Matthew H $49,106.00
Keeler, Alison E $48,793.00
Gordon, Michele G $48,583.00
Massa, Susan M $48,484.00
Farber, Kelly M $48,403.00
Anderson, Jodi B $48,293.00
Laplant, Kristie A $48,283.00
Smith, Kelly E $47,890.00
Bisaccia, Paul A $47,624.00
Loomis, Alicia L $47,521.70
Spatuzzi, Brie A $47,387.00
Duncan, Michelle E $47,268.99
McDonald, Lindsay M $47,113.00
Ryan, Eileen J $46,981.50
Decoursey, Melissa J $46,469.00
Knapp, Rachel C $46,426.00
Suppa, Nicole M $46,425.00
Parker, James R $46,214.65
Anderson, Peter B $46,205.85
Griffith, Katrina T $46,000.00
McFarland, Rebecca L $45,782.00
Truax, Bethany L $45,772.53
Rizzuto, Amy B $45,373.00
Daley, Julie A $45,362.00
Wagner, Amber N $45,329.00
Jayne, Richard A $45,267.21
Primarolo, Diane E $44,737.00
Lennon, Theresa F $44,698.00
Greer, Adrianne J $44,652.00
Vondell, Elisabeth H $44,633.00
Temple, Jillian M $44,452.00
Curtis, Melissa R $44,400.00
Parker, Holly M $43,869.00
Malara, Christina M $43,837.00
Conover, Jennifer M $43,699.00
Carone, Rene $43,627.00
Shantal, Stacey L $43,509.00
Schmidt, Robyn J $42,945.00
Florenz, Jennifer C $42,438.10
Sfeir, Kathrine P $42,407.86
Iozzo, Stephanie M $42,402.00
Rudka, Amy C $41,919.55
Reppel, Wendy S $41,638.00
Posello, Cyndi M $41,146.05
Nackley, Joanna M $40,965.00
Snell, Christopher F $40,737.50
Fritos

Syracuse, NY

#25 Apr 17, 2010
Gee, lots of the Town of NH salaries recipients match a lot of the last names of NHPD. Hmm, NH Friends and Family too, huh?

NHPD makes all that money because of the ridiculous amounts of overtime they get. Just think of all the time they spend "working" at Marquee and St. Luke's. Pretty sure thats where a lot of the overtime $$ comes from.

Whitton, George W $106,425.43
Corn, Michael R $97,064.00

Holy $hit. They were teachers when I graduated. Can't imagine their pensions IF they ever retire.

P.S. Glad I dont live in NH! LOL
Chief

Manlius, NY

#26 Apr 17, 2010
All the lawyers I know make #200,000 a yr and up. And they know how to "invest" their money to avoid a lot of taxes.
Are you feeling sorry for lawyers? Don't!
PS: They have pressure on them but they really don't work any harder than anyone else!
DUMB wrote:
<quoted text>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

#27 Apr 17, 2010
Hey for 100k a year you would think one of theese guys would figure out who the guy in the black truck delivering the dope all over town is. What a concept maybe even pull him over?????
are you kidding

New York, NY

#28 Apr 17, 2010
Joe wrote:
Hey for 100k a year you would think one of theese guys would figure out who the guy in the black truck delivering the dope all over town is. What a concept maybe even pull him over?????
that would be to much like work. is his stuff any good?
Ya Think

New York, NY

#29 Apr 17, 2010
Joe wrote:
Hey for 100k a year you would think one of theese guys would figure out who the guy in the black truck delivering the dope all over town is. What a concept maybe even pull him over?????
Is that the guy with the long hair and the dope sign on his black truck? I think I saw him too!
marcy

Moravia, NY

#30 Apr 17, 2010
I hope these high paid para-professionals have a good college background to support these high salaries.
dick

Whitesboro, NY

#31 Jan 14, 2011
You should check out the Rome teachers city school salaries
The dude

New Hartford, NY

#32 Jan 14, 2011
right on the money. Im a small business owner too. Im very well educated, put my money where my mouth is everyday I open the doors, and I have to make a profit every year doing more with less, because our local and state munis can't control what they spend our how they spend it.

Those salaries are ridiculous and need to be culled.
DUMB wrote:
<quoted text>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
Tim Reed

Neversink, NY

#33 Jan 14, 2011
Dont worry. A lot of those clowns from NHPD have retired and are sadly only collecting their 70% pension.
Just sayin

Brooklyn, NY

#34 Jan 14, 2011
Maybe you learn how to spell SALARY before commenting about it.
nhresident

Bradford, VT

#35 Jan 15, 2011
What did they do with the 1 million that they borrowed from the general fund?
NH Elite

Clinton, NY

#36 Jan 15, 2011
These employees deserve if not more every damn penny they make. I say give the police and teachers a raise and shut up.
Earl Greed

Clark Mills, NY

#37 Jan 15, 2011
GOD BLESS the well edumacated voters of New Hartford! Hey the police needed some doughnut money so they "borrowed" 1 million...come on it's New Hartford!!!
out of there

La Canada Flintridge, CA

#38 Mar 11, 2011
Gee, when I was growing up it was just George Peck and a couple of others, doing a pretty decent job. Now it's turned into the New York equivalent of Bell, CA.
No wonder school and property taxes are so high.
Nuts

Milwaukee, WI

#39 Mar 11, 2011
I am sure George did not get show up pay- free health club- sick days up the wassule- retire at 20years with 80% - this is why NH is screwed up
Earl Greed

Clark Mills, NY

#40 Mar 11, 2011
Boooo Fcuking HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, it's New Hartford, we do what we want and the "educated" taxpayers vote for whatever we tell them too!

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