Who’s in the $100K Club? Pensions, That Is

BY  |  Thursday, Apr 05, 2012 1:39pm  |  COMMENTS (101)

Call it the $100K Club — an elite corps of retired public employees that’s growing bigger, younger and richer at the expense of the New Jersey retirement system.

The number of retirees collecting more than $100,000 a year from state pensions jumped to 1,244 last year, up 28 percent from 2010, according to New Jersey Watchdog’s analysis of state data.

“Special retirements” by police and fire employees — some as young as age 43 — account for half of the increase. It is really special for those who game the system.

New Brunswick Police Director Anthony Caputo, for example, retired at age 47 to draw a $115,019 annual pension. On his way out, he collected $376,234 from the city for unused vacation, sick and personal time.

One year later, New Brunswick rehired Caputo as police director — the same position — at a $120,000 salary. For one job, he receives two checks, totaling $235,019 a year. Caputo did not respond to a request for comment.

For a privileged minority of public employees, benefits are so generous that many become pension millionaires without double-dipping. Meanwhile, state retirement funds face a deficit estimated from $36 billion to $144 billion.

Joseph Blaettler will rake in more than $4.5 million from the Police and Firemen’s Retirement Fund, if he reaches age 80, his statistical life expectancy.

At age 46, Blaettler began pocketing nearly $135,000 a year in retirement checks when he stepped down as Union City deputy police chief in 2009. Blaettler — now a private investigator — gets the biggest pension New Jersey pays to any retiree under 50.

“Politicians created this system, and I simply accepted what they gave me along the way,” wrote Blaettler in an email to New Jersey Watchdog. ”If taxpayers want to get angry with someone, they need to ask their local and state politicians how they allowed the system to get to the point it is at.”

New Jersey Watchdog found 56 other $100K Club members who retired in their 40s. (See list here.) All are PFRS pensioners who worked for local or county governments and took advantage of the special retirement rule, available only to eligible police, prosecutors and fire officials.

The rule allows them to retire at any age after 25 years of employment. Their pension pay ranges from 60 percent to 70 percent of their highest salary under the state’s formula.

Of the $100K Club’s 1,244 pensioners, 552 — or 45 percent — belong to PFRS. Special retirements account for 479 — or 87 percent — of those six-figure pensions.

The club also includes 383 retirees from the Teachers’ Pension and Annuity Fund, 253 from the Judicial Retirement System and 99 from the Public Employee Retirement System.

No one from the State Police Retirement System made the $100K Club. SPRS’s top retiree, William Malast, fell short with $97,897 a year in pension pay.

Not surprisingly, the biggest pensions often go to public officials who received the largest salaries.

Robert Mulcahy hit the jackpot, when he was fired as Rutgers University’s $341,250-a-year athletic director in 2008. He was forced out after a university audit found secret deals and off-the-books spending by his regime.

Mulcahy received a severance package that cost Rutgers more than $600,000. Under the agreement, the state university paid:

$511,875, equaling 18 months of Mulcahy’s salary,
$60,000 in bonus money,
$18,000 in automobile allowance,
$13,950 for country club membership dues, and
$15,000 to pay Mulcahy’s lawyer for negotiating the agreement.
Because Mulcahy was paid in one lump sum, he was free to start collecting a $162,399 annual pension from PERS the following month. It is the second-largest retirement benefit paid by New Jersey.

Thanks to Gov. Chris Christie, Mulcahy is back in state government.

Last year, Christie appointed Mulcahy to the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, which manages and invests hundreds of millions of dollars in state gaming taxes.

Mulcahy is vice chairman of CRDA. Authority officials say he chose not to receive a salary, set by statute at $18,000 a year.

Mulcahy could not be reached for comment.

Here is the full list:

Name Pension/Yr Employer at Retirement

YAMBA, A Z $195,000 ESSEX COUNTY COLLEGE
MULCAHY, ROBERT E $162,399 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
RICHARDSON, JOHN C $160,418 RIDGEFIELD PARK BD OF ED
BOLDEN, MARION A $159,714 NEWARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
DESTENO, COSMO $157,665 UNIV. OF MEDICINE & DENTISTRY
FISCHBACH, PETER J $156,488 NORTH BERGEN BD OF ED
FERRAINA, JOSEPH M $154,711 LONG BRANCH BD OF ED
ZANZALARI, JOSEPH H $152,222 MIDDLESEX CO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
ALOIA, ROBERT J $150,958 BERGEN CO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
MARTINO, JOSEPH $150,909 LINDEN CITY BD OF ED
NATARAJAN, GEETHA A $150,163 MIDDLESEX COUNTY
MCDONNELL, EDWARD T $148,740 MULTIPLE
ADAMS, WILLIAM H $148,049 SALEM CO VOCATIONAL TECH SCHOOL
STOUTHAMER, DON $147,804 WAYNE TOWNSHIP
LABRUNO, CARMEN $147,429 HOBOKEN CITY
MOONEY, JOHN J $147,016 ATLANTIC CITY
DAVENPORT, ROBERT $146,101 PASSAIC VALLEY SEWERAGE COMM
MCELDOWNEY, BRIAN W $145,589 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
RODECKER, JOHN M $145,234 PERTH AMBOY BD OF ED
LEE, HENRY J $145,196 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
CASSESA, JOHN J $144,195 HOBOKEN CITY
GUIDER, RONALD $144,015 RIDGEFIELD PARK BD OF ED
TARNOFF, JERRY P $143,730 WEST ORANGE TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
BAUERNSCHMIDT, THOMAS $143,604 ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS BOROUGH
CHRISTIANSEN, BRYAN J $143,031 PASSAIC VALLEY SEWERAGE COMM
ROSS, RALPH E $143,028 BLACK HORSE PIKE REG SCH DIST
CREECH, CARLIST A $142,783 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
FEINSOD, LAWRENCE $141,973 CRANFORD TWP BD OF ED
KISS, INGRID L $139,992 KEARNY TOWN BD OF ED
CAPRARO, VINCENT $138,906 EDISON TWP BD OF ED
CARY, RICHARD J $138,628 PARAMUS BOROUGH
DENORCHIA, ANTHONY S $138,472 HILLSDALE BOROUGH BD OF ED
MORRIS, CAROLE R $138,329 MANASQUAN BOROUGH BD OF ED
EGAN, MARY $138,301 NEW BRUNSWICK BD OF ED
TOTH, CAROL A $137,884 EDISON TWP BD OF ED
TRENERY, WILLIAM G $137,809 WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP
MOYER, DAVID H $137,693 DEPTFORD TWP BD OF ED
SCHNAPPAUF, LEONARD $137,155 SHORE REGIONAL H S DISTRICT
WHITING, LAWRENCE R $137,155 ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS BOROUGH
YANKOVICH, ANTHONY $136,913 WEST NEW YORK BD OF ED
CUNDARI, JOSEPH $136,477 HARRISON TOWN (HUDSON)
OCONNOR, ELLEN $136,452 BAYONNE BOARD OF ED
CAPRIO, JERILYN M $136,262 ALLENDALE BORO BD OF ED
TUMMINIA, PHILP $136,126 MULTIPLE
DIME, JANICE L $136,085 PARAMUS BD OF ED
BENCIVENGO, NEIL $135,818 HAMILTON TWP BD OF ED (MERCER)
LISA, ROBERT M $135,794 HOBOKEN CITY
CONVERY, JEROME J $135,652 OLD BRIDGE TOWNSHIP
SCERBO, CONSTANTINO $135,467 SECAUCUS TOWN BD OF ED
BUNNELL, MARJORIE $135,321 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
DIPASQUALE, JOSEPH A $135,059 WALLKILL VALL REG H S
BLAETTLER, JOSEPH J $134,773 UNION CITY
CONSTANTINE, JOAN V $134,482 PATERSON BD OF ED
LEGATO, FRANCIS $133,968 CARLSTADT BOROUGH BD OF ED
RUBIN, SHELDON $133,904 JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
SABELLA, RICHARD A $133,821 RIDGEFIELD BORO BD OF ED
COMPRELLI, ANTHONY $133,796 HARRISON TOWN BD OF ED(HUDSON)
STEIN, GARY S $133,724 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
VINCENTI, GENE $133,528 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
DIMARTINO, JOSEPH S $133,400 COMPENSATION RATING & INS BUR
BUSACCO, ANGELO T $133,019 NORTH BERGEN TOWNSHIP
SAXTON, PAUL J $132,905 RAMAPO INDIAN HILLS REG H S D
MCGUIRE, ROBERT M $132,631 NORTHERN HIGHLANDS REG H S
DEIGE, ANTHONY D $132,471 RAHWAY CITY
INAUEN, ERIC $132,409 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
CORRUBIA, FREDERICK J $132,375 PARAMUS BOROUGH
GAGLIARDI, PATRICK $132,242 HOBOKEN BOARD OF EDUCATION
WALLACE, JOHN E $132,156 JUDICIARY
BOREK, MARION P $131,931 HARRISON TOWN (HUDSON)
COLEMAN, JAMES H $131,855 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
LAKE, KAREN A $131,814 HILLSBOROUGH TWP BD OF ED
SNELLBAKER, ARTHUR $131,764 ATLANTIC CITY
MINIMAN, CHRISTINE L $131,651 JUDICIARY
PARKER, LORRAINE C $131,651 JUDICIARY
STERN, EDWIN H $131,651 JUDICIARY
COLLESTER, DONALD G $131,651 JUDICIARY
GALINSKY, HARRY A $131,621 PARAMUS BD OF ED
NIENSTEDT, STEVEN $131,519 RUTHERFORD BOROUGH
CHAMBERS, AMY P $131,519 JUDICIARY
MONTESANO, CHARLES V $131,190 MAHWAH BD OF ED
JAKUBOWSKI, THEODORE $131,039 UNION TWP BOARD OF ED (UNION)
DINICOLA, PHILI $131,016 WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP
BAYERSDORFER, ROGER W $130,932 FRANKLIN LAKES BD OF ED
DUFFY, JOHN M $130,576 PATERSON CITY
BEARMORE, BEVERLY J $130,515 OCEAN CO BOARD OF SOC SERV
SMITH, CHARLES H $130,301 LAKEWOOD TOWNSHIP
NUCCETELLI, MARIA M $130,150 WAYNE BOARD OF EDUCATION
MACGILVRAY, SCOTT $130,117 PATERSON CITY
SAUDINO, MICHAE $129,987 EMERSON BOROUGH
SIMON, RONALD P $129,860 ELIZABETH CITY
MUCCIO, MICHAEL J $129,381 PATERSON CITY
SHEEHAN, JAMES J $129,341 PARAMUS BOROUGH
WASSER, HAROLD J $129,311 FREEHOLD REG H S DISTRICT
CAPUTO, GERALD F $129,265 UNION CITY BD OF ED
MERACHNIK, DONALD $129,085 UNION CO REG HIGH SCH DIST 1
SMITH, KEVIN J $128,984 PARAMUS BOROUGH
EDELCHICK, BURTON $128,853 PISCATAWAY BD OF ED ADMN BLDG
PARNELL, MARIE $128,559 SAYREVILLE BD OF ED_SELOVER ELM
SISK, EDWARD J $128,484 ELIZABETH CITY
REUTER, JOHN J $128,180 FORT LEE BOROUGH
MAGNUS, ANNE M $128,047 NORTH BERGEN BD OF ED
MONTESANO, JAMES J $127,925 PARAMUS BD OF ED
LALOR, MICHAEL $127,777 NEWARK CITY
MORDAGA, MICHAEL J $127,757 BERGEN COUNTY
BRANCH, LOIS A $127,692 BOONTON TOWN BD OF ED
MURRAY, JOSEPH W $127,602 PATERSON CITY
BOLANDI, RONALD E $127,564 EAST WINDSOR REG SCHOOL DIST
GRAY, JUDITH A $127,394 HUNTERDON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
FLOOD, EDWARD $127,343 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
MARINIELLO, JOSEPH R $127,271 MULTIPLE
CHARNEY, MAURICE M $127,070 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
SCHMIDIG, JOHN $126,973 BERGEN COUNTY
MCLAUGHLIN, EDWARD J $126,956 PATERSON CITY
DONNELLY, ROSEMARY $126,610 WEST NEW YORK BD OF ED
WILLIAMS, RICHA $126,586 SOMERSET COUNTY_FINANCE OFFICE
BAIME, DAVID S $126,552 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
STEINBERG, ISAIAH $126,552 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
GARIBALDI, MARIE L $126,365 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
WESTFIELD, WILLIAM E $126,348 FRANKLIN TWP BD OF ED (SOMERST)
NOVICK, CRAIG R $126,210 FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP (SOMERSET)
BOYLE, PATRICK E $125,983 BAYONNE CITY
WOLPERT, LEONAR $125,913 UNION CITY
MARGOLIS, LEONARD H $125,750 BERGEN CO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
JONES, ROBERT $125,633 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
BARISONEK, WALTER R $125,597 JUDICIARY
STERNADORI, RALPH D $125,378 SOMERVILLE BOROUGH
WESTLAKE, EUGENE J $125,172 NORTHERN VALLEY REG H S DIST
GAMBLE, SALLIE $125,085 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
IRELAND, PAUL W $125,062 WAYNE TOWNSHIP
RUTCH, JOSEPH $124,946 MULTIPLE
LESTER, BETTY J $124,922 JUDICIARY
SOKALSKI, RONALD $124,922 JUDICIARY
MARMO, RONALD $124,922 JUDICIARY
SMITH, STEPHEN $124,922 JUDICIARY
EICHEN, NAOMI G $124,784 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
RUSH, J M $124,531 PATERSON BD OF ED
BOWMAN, DAVID E $124,512 ENGLEWOOD CITY
DOLL, CLIFFORD G $124,395 BAYONNE BOARD OF ED
BRENNAN, TERRANCE R $124,364 POMPTON LAKES BD OF ED
THRELKELD, WAYNE $124,325 HOPATCONG BOARD OF EDUCATION
PARKER, LARRY D $124,280 STAFFORD TOWNSHIP
LOUIS, MARIE R $124,152 DEPTFORD TWP BD OF ED
SKILLMAN, STEPHEN $124,015 JUDICIARY
TANTUM, WILLIAM $123,955 MULTIPLE
LYNCH, THOMAS R $123,931 BAYONNE CITY
HOLDCRAFT, JANE $123,926 GLASSBORO BD OF ED
KEEFE, JOHN E $123,925 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
MEARA, PHILIP J $123,794 LAWRENCE TWP BD OF ED (MERCER)
VILLANO, BARBARA A $123,750 JUDICIARY
PIZZUTO, PETER D $123,750 JUDICIARY
HARRIS, CRAIG R $123,750 JUDICIARY
RIVA, JOSEPH J $123,750 JUDICIARY
DEVESA, FREDERICK P $123,750 JUDICIARY
O’BRIEN, THOMAS E $123,750 JUDICIARY
HAYSER, RAYMOND A $123,750 JUDICIARY
ANTONIN, FRANCES K $123,750 JUDICIARY
RAFFERTY, JAMES E $123,750 JUDICIARY
SMALL, JOSEPH C $123,750 JUDICIARY
FORESTER, WILLIAM L $123,750 JUDICIARY
PURSEL, JOHN H $123,750 JUDICIARY
PERFILIO, JOSEPH P $123,750 JUDICIARY
DUMONT, W H $123,750 JUDICIARY
ANZALDI, ROSS R $123,750 JUDICIARY
SMITHSON, ANDREW J $123,750 JUDICIARY
CURRAN, BARBARA A $123,750 JUDICIARY
KUSKIN, HAROLD A $123,750 JUDICIARY
ARMSTRONG, VALERIE D $123,646 JUDICIARY
LOGANDRO, FRANK J $123,626 LUMBERTON TWP BD OF ED
GUAZZO, ALBERT $123,626 LAKELAND REGIONAL H S DIST
CONNELLY, GEORGE J $123,511 GLEN ROCK BOROUGH BD OF ED
GOTTLIEB, STEPHEN $123,387 ROCKAWAY TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
SCHEIDEWIG, HERBERT F $123,329 CARLSTADT BOROUGH
CHIACCHIO, CAROL $123,187 HAMILTON TWP BD OF ED (MERCER)
KLISZUS, EDWARD A $123,163 HACKENSACK CITY BD OF ED
KRAEMER, THOMAS $123,036 UNION TOWNSHIP (UNION)
BOZONELIS, BASIL T $122,874 JUDICIARY
MONTESANO, JOSEPH L $122,769 HACKENSACK CITY BD OF ED
PENNA, ROBERT F $122,537 WALDWICK BORO BD OF ED
FROHNAPFEL, DENNIS R $122,499 GARFIELD CITY BD OF ED
FARRELL, JAMES E $122,404 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
MUIR, ROBERT $122,289 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
BROCHIN, MURRY D $122,289 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
KIMMELMAN, IRWIN I $122,289 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
STARODUB, RICHARD P $122,254 LACEY TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
KING, KENNETH D $122,171 EAST ORANGE SCHOOL DISTRICT
MURRAY, JOSEPH A $121,937 PATERSON CITY
LIESS, WILLIAM C $121,900 CLIFTON CITY BD OF ED
MCANDREW, BRIAN $121,883 MONMOUTH CO VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS
YURKOSKY, PETER $121,842 WAYNE TOWNSHIP
KRESZL, ROBERT A $121,808 HILLSIDE TOWNSHIP
PAGANO, THOMAS $121,761 OCEAN TWP BD OF ED (MONMOUTH)
GULICK, ROBERT $121,756 HILLSBOROUGH TWP BD OF ED
SPAGNOLA, LAWRENCE G $121,606 PATERSON CITY
MAJCHER, CLAUDE M $121,518 PARAMUS BOROUGH
CHAPMAN, JAMES F $121,512 PENNSAUKEN TWP BD OF ED
OHARE, RAYMOND $121,430 KEANSBURG BOROUGH
FARMER, WILMA $121,349 CAMDEN CITY BD OF ED
TRIARSI, JOHN $121,174 JUDICIARY
KOESER, EDWARD $121,101 HACKENSACK CITY
GALLAGHER, WILLIAM $120,939 ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS BOROUGH
COSTELLO, EDWARD $120,922 EDISON TOWNSHIP
EBERHARD, RITA $120,915 BERGENFIELD BD OF ED
APOSTOLOU, MARK T $120,846 MULTIPLE
SPATOLA, JOANNE B $120,780 JUDICIARY
CRANSTON, GARY S $120,483 TOMS RIVER SCHOOL DIST
WINKELSTEIN, MICHAEL $120,460 JUDICIARY
HIGHTON, THOMAS $120,421 UNION CITY BD OF ED
OKEEFE, LESLIE A $120,377 RUTHERFORD BORO BD OF ED
SHOUDY, GLENN W $120,358 EAST HANOVER TOWNSHIP
TREPICCHIO, WILLIAM $120,246 ENGLEWOOD CITY BD OF ED
ROWAN, ROBERT M $120,143 CLIFTON CITY
OREILLY, MICHAEL J $120,134 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
NEWMAN, RICHARD $120,105 JUDICIARY
D’ITALIA, ARTHUR N $120,091 JUDICIARY
MURRAY, GEORGE W $120,030 ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS BOROUGH
PECKERMAN, MICHAEL A $120,015 PARSIPPANY TROY HILLS TOWNSHIP
BAREIS, NORMAN A $119,982 UNION CITY
NELMS, ANZELLA K $119,934 NEWARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
CARRIER, JOHN F $119,857 HOBOKEN CITY
PEZZANO, PHILOMENA T $119,733 ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS BD OF ED
CONROY, THOMAS B $119,707 STAFFORD TOWNSHIP
SYPEK, MARIA M $119,666 JUDICIARY
SERPENTELLI, EUGENE D $119,662 JUDICIARY
FARR, JOHN F $119,662 FLEMINGTON RARITAN BD OF ED
DESIMONE, SAMUEL G $119,570 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
D’ANNUNZIO, WILLIAM M $119,464 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
LIPTAK, BARBARA A $119,367 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
LAPSANSKI, JOSEPH $119,259 KEARNY TOWN
LOSCHIAVO, RICHARD $119,164 WEST NEW YORK BD OF ED
NEKEL, EDWARD J $119,155 PARAMUS BOROUGH
MAFFEI, PASQUALE $119,142 TRENTON CITY BD OF ED
ONEAL, ANITA S $119,139 WESTFIELD TOWN BD OF ED
LARKIN, RONALD $118,991 NEW BRUNSWICK BD OF ED
ONEIL, HOWARD $118,965 NEPTUNE TOWNSHIP
KIRBY, EDMOND M $118,959 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
CALLINAN, JOHN F $118,959 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
HUNTER, MAC D $118,959 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
FELDMAN, ROBERT $118,959 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
ROCKOFF, ALAN A $118,959 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
BRASE, WILLIAM C $118,952 MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP
PRESUTTI, ANTHONY $118,917 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
VALENTINE, WILLIAM C $118,871 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
OKUN, NICOLE L $118,837 OLD BRIDGE BD OF ED
HART, BERNARD M $118,810 FORT LEE BOROUGH
TESTA, JOSEPH P $118,800 JUDICIARY
FEDOR, THOMAS E $118,766 ELMWOOD PARK BOROUGH BD OF ED
TURNING, GERALD M $118,658 TINTON FALLS BOROUGH
COBURN, DONALD S $118,635 JUDICIARY
TOCCI, MICHAEL J $118,605 BAYONNE CITY
CAPOTORTO, PATRICK $118,429 NORTH BERGEN BD OF ED
KELLY, THOMAS P $118,426 JUDICIARY
SUBRYAN, RANDOLPH M $118,382 JUDICIARY
MECCA, DANIEL P $118,382 JUDICIARY
VISALLI, JOSEPH C $118,382 JUDICIARY
COURTNEY, JAMES P $118,382 JUDICIARY
AHTO, SALEM V $118,382 JUDICIARY
HOLLENBECK, HAROLD C $118,382 JUDICIARY
FOXEN, JAMES W $118,350 TENAFLY BOROUGH
HIRZ, THOMAS J $118,329 PATERSON CITY
DENHAM, ALDEN S $118,306 TEANECK BD OF ED
ACINAPURA, FRANK $118,206 UNION CITY BD OF ED
LESEMANN, ARTHUR J $118,200 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
DIGESERE, FRANK J $118,141 KEARNY TOWN BD OF ED
WEISSBARD, HARVEY $118,132 JUDICIARY
ROZANSKY, STANLEY $118,089 SECAUCUS TOWN
LUCID, ROBERT C $118,073 SUMMIT CITY
CALLAHAN, KEVIN G $118,057 JUDICIARY
HANAK, PAUL J $118,024 UNION CITY
SINNOTT, WILLIA $118,021 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
WILSON, RAYMOND P $118,003 HOLMDEL TOWNSHIP
CAUGHEY, EDWARD P $117,966 RUTHERFORD BOROUGH
GIORDANO, DAVID J $117,914 NEWARK CITY
PASQUARIELLO, JAMES K $117,865 PATERSON CITY
GOTTLIEB, MYRON H $117,849 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
CARUSO, JOSEPH C $117,840 KEANSBURG BOARD OF EDUCATION
MCLEAN, DAVID W $117,838 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
CONLEY, ERMINIE $117,781 JUDICIARY
BYRD WECKER, BARBARA $117,781 JUDICIARY
WINDFUHR, ERNEST K $117,777 PARAMUS BOROUGH
WILLIAMS, RICHARD J $117,718 JUDICIARY
HURD, THELMA $117,682 ELIZABETH BD OF ED
SIMONE, DANIEL $117,675 HOBOKEN CITY
PERSI, MELINDO A $117,671 EDISON TWP BD OF ED
BOTCHEOS, GEORGE J $117,633 MULTIPLE
RIGA, RAYMOND $117,624 WAYNE TOWNSHIP
MOZGAI, JOHN $117,579 EDISON TOWNSHIP
TRIMMINGS, LAURA W $117,504 EAST ORANGE SCHOOL DISTRICT
STANGER, GEORGE H $117,503 JUDICIARY
BERRIAN, DAVID $117,454 CLOSTER BOROUGH
FULLILOVE, HAROLD W $117,439 JUDICIARY
KRONGEL, JUDITH $117,399 NORTH BERGEN BD OF ED
KENNEDY, JAMES A $117,297 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
DONATO, FRANK M $117,297 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
MARIANO, JOHN B $117,297 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
DAVIS, THEODORE Z $117,297 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
FEMMINELLA, CHA $117,271 MULTIPLE
PELOSI, PATRICK J $117,251 WEST ESSEX REGIONAL SCH DIST
RINDERKNECHT, DAVID L $117,241 RAMAPO INDIAN HILLS REG H S D
POLLOCK, STEWART G $117,172 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
HANDLER, ALAN B $117,172 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
GILROY, WILLIAM P $117,169 JUDICIARY
STEINEL, RICHARD J $117,122 UNION CITY
STRAUSS, RICHARD $117,083 LOWER CAPE MAY REG SCHOOL DIST
KOZLIK, THEODORE $117,079 WESTFIELD TOWN BD OF ED
SIINO, MARK P $117,060 LITTLE EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP
LOMBARDI, CHARLES $117,035 JERSEY CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
BRAITHWAITE, DENNIS J $116,982 JUDICIARY
SCIUTO, ANTHONY J $116,755 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
KINGFIELD, JOHN F $116,755 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
KRAVARIK, MARTIN E $116,755 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
TOY, EDWARD J $116,755 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
MOSER, GEORGE P $116,755 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
GUERRERA, ARTHUR V $116,755 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
KHOURY, CHARLES V $116,725 CRESSKILL BD OF ED
UHRMACHER, BETTE E $116,696 JUDICIARY
BLUMSTEIN, TED I $116,679 EDGEWATER BORO BD OF ED
PAYNE, JEFFREY A $116,547 LIVINGSTON TOWNSHIP
ELLMYER, ROBERT A $116,545 EDISON TOWNSHIP
MONTGOMERY, ROB $116,516 TEANECK TOWNSHIP
NEIGEL, KEITH A $116,516 MILLBURN TWP PUBLIC SCHOOLS
CINQUE, DENNIS J $116,502 HACKENSACK CITY
GAYLORD, ANTHONY R $116,470 PRINCETON TOWNSHIP
MELLISH, DAVID A $116,442 DEPTFORD TWP BD OF ED
MANGARELLA, PETER J $116,407 NEW BRUNSWICK CITY
LUONGO, JOSEPH C $116,294 HASBROUCK HEIGHTS BD OF ED
GILSON, H V $116,251 BRIDGETON BD OF ED
CATRAMBONE, GEORGE L $116,219 LONG BRANCH BD OF ED
RICCIARDI, CHRIS $116,189 PATERSON CITY
FASULO, JOSEPH R $116,133 OLD TAPPAN BOROUGH
COLEFIELD, BERNICE $116,106 WEST MILFORD TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
VALCARCELJR, DARIO $115,979 GLEN ROCK BOROUGH BD OF ED
GORMAN, DOROTHY $115,920 SADDLE BROOK BD OF ED
TORMEY, THOMAS $115,918 UNION CITY
CORRADO, FRANK A $115,897 WEST ORANGE TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
RODRIGUEZ, MATHIAS E $115,830 JUDICIARY
PERRAPATO, CARMINE T $115,818 PASSAIC VALLEY SEWERAGE COMM
BENDER, JAMES F $115,761 WYCKOFF TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
DELYON, BRUCE W $115,728 LITTLE FALLS BD OF ED
MUNKACSI, JOYCE E $115,724 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
MILLER, ELIJAH L $115,706 JUDICIARY
BEREHEIKO, JOHN J $115,574 ATLANTIC CITY
PASSERO, ROBERT J $115,572 JUDICIARY
SPIRITO, RICHARD $115,509 HAWTHORNE BD OF ED
FREEDMAN, PHILIP M $115,493 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
ANDREW, MICHAEL A $115,493 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
FERRANTE, CARMEN A $115,493 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
GAYDOS, DONALD P $115,493 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
MURPHY, JAMES T $115,493 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
FRIEND, HERBERT S $115,493 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
ROTHENBERG, SYLVAN G $115,493 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
SACHAR, LEONARD S $115,493 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
RYAN, JOSEPH T $115,493 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
STEIN, KENNETH R $115,493 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
PINZONE, JOHN $115,484 FAIRVIEW BOROUGH
MACKIN, NANCY $115,464 RAMAPO COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY
GREENSPAN, BERTRAM $115,401 ROWAN UNIVERSITY
FERENTZ, CAROL A $115,386 JUDICIARY
BOGGIA, PETER F $115,386 JUDICIARY
GIOVINE, PETER J $115,386 JUDICIARY
DAVIS, ELAINE L $115,386 JUDICIARY
SCANCARELLA, JOSEPH F $115,386 JUDICIARY
HERR, MARILYN R $115,386 JUDICIARY
HUMPHREY, ROSEANN $115,353 BOONTON TWP BD OF ED
BOGOVICH, JOHN P $115,265 RIDGEFIELD BOROUGH
KOHUT, MICHAEL F $115,262 PERTH AMBOY CITY
SIMON, JOHN P $115,237 ELIZABETH CITY
KINNEY, DOUGLAS J $115,194 BRICK TOWNSHIP
MCNEILL, JOHN T $115,178 JUDICIARY
KOYAK, WILLIAM $115,077 MAHWAH TOWNSHIP
LASALA, ALFRED $115,076 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
RICHARDS, WILLIAM A $115,052 LONG BRANCH CITY
CAPUTO, ANTHONY A $115,019 NEW BRUNSWICK CITY
DUNCAN, WILLIAM $114,993 PATERSON CITY
MORAN, ROBERT $114,990 ENGLEWOOD CITY
BOWEN, GEORGE T $114,974 JUDICIARY
STABACK, STEPHE $114,932 EDISON TOWNSHIP
GNASSI, CHARLES P $114,917 ANN KLEIN FORENSIC CENTER
ELLIS, ROBERT F $114,885 CAMDEN CO BD OF SOCIAL SRV
HOLSTON, JOHN S $114,852 JUDICIARY
BARRETT, MARTIN $114,840 ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS BOROUGH
JOHNSON, WIL $114,822 PRINCETON REGIONAL SCHOOL
MORRIS, DAVID $114,816 WALL TOWNSHIP
FARRELL, THOMAS F $114,765 RUTHERFORD BOROUGH
MIECZKOWSKI, GEORGE W $114,751 EDISON TOWNSHIP
ANIELLO, VINCENT $114,751 PARSIPPANY TROY HILLS BD OF ED
LUTHIN, MARION $114,712 ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS BD OF ED
VIETRI, MICHAEL $114,541 PALISADES PARK BOROUGH
ZAMPINO, THOMAS P $114,469 JUDICIARY
ERSEK, BARRY R $114,458 HADDONFIELD BD OF ED
HOFFMAN, BARNETT E $114,439 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
MAGNUS, KAREN $114,421 NORTH BERGEN BD OF ED
GIORDANO, ANDRE $114,364 UNION TOWNSHIP (UNION)
RENNE, JOSEPH E $114,308 WEST PATERSON BOROUGH
SULLIVAN, MARK A $114,303 JUDICIARY
SCHWARZ, AUGUST B $114,206 HOBOKEN CITY
ERSKINE, MICHAEL J $114,194 ATLANTIC CITY
MANDELL, MARTIN J $114,171 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
COWELL, MARK $114,141 PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
ARNOLD, LEONARD N $114,137 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
SNYDER, WILLIAM F $114,047 SECAUCUS HOUSING AUTHORITY
LEE, ROBERT W $114,017 RIDGEFIELD PARK VILLAGE
FITZGERALD, THOMAS B $113,958 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
COLLOW, THOMAS H $113,940 OLD BRIDGE TOWNSHIP
HURLEY, JOSEPH G $113,926 BAYONNE CITY
CUNNING, EDWARD T $113,913 HOBOKEN CITY
VINCENT, PATRICIA $113,897 HAMILTON TWP BD OF ED (MERCER)
DILTS, THOMAS H $113,850 JUDICIARY
GRIFFITH, ALEASE $113,840 EAST ORANGE SCHOOL DISTRICT
INTILE, JOSEPH L $113,834 BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP
THATSNEYAKUL, YAOVARES $113,767 OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER -TREASURY
ORTENZIO, PAUL $113,729 CLARK TWP BD OF ED
FLEMMING, THOMAS J $113,717 WASHINGTON TWP BD OF ED (GLOUC)
GRAHAM, KENNETH $113,696 PARSIPPANY TROY HILLS BD OF ED
COUGHLIN, JOSEPH $113,691 BAYONNE CITY
LUICK, EDWARD W $113,642 LAKEWOOD TWP BD OF ED
CASAPULLA, JOSEPH $113,627 ELMWOOD PARK BOROUGH BD OF ED
SERAFINO, KATHLEEN C $113,603 NUTLEY BD OF ED
STAHNTEN, ROSE $113,580 HILLSIDE BOARD OF EDUCATION
DERCOLE, FRANK L $113,573 NORWOOD BOROUGH
MAILOT, JOHN A $113,509 BELLEVILLE TOWNSHIP
GERBA, RONALD G $113,456 EDISON TOWNSHIP
WRIGHT, ROBERT J $113,360 HACKENSACK CITY
ZISA, FRANK C $113,355 HACKENSACK CITY
STROUMTSOS, NICHOLAS J $113,231 JUDICIARY
VASTA, FRANK A $113,212 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
DONATELLI, ROCCO $113,209 MULTIPLE
HOUSTON, LESLIE A $113,205 LONG BEACH TOWNSHIP
KOENIG, PAUL T $113,173 JUDICIARY
FELICE, FREDERICK $113,152 OCEAN COUNTY VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
BLANCHARD, MICHAEL J $113,142 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
MCNULTY, MARTIN L $113,142 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
LANDAU, DAVID $113,118 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
BROWN, THOMAS C $113,074 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
CONNOR, MICHAEL R $113,054 JUDICIARY
SPANO, JOSEPH J $113,047 ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS BD OF ED
MCELMON, BETTY $112,980 WEST LONG BRANCH BD OF ED
SARDINEER, EDWARD A $112,942 PARAMUS BOROUGH
CAMPBELL, GEORGE R $112,940 EDISON TOWNSHIP
BERGAMOTTO, JOANNE $112,927 NEWARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
PIROZZOLI, NUCENZIO $112,917 LINDEN CITY
MICHAELSON, EDWARD L $112,905 WOODCLIFF LAKE BD OF ED
SULLIVAN, CORNELIUS P $112,899 JUDICIARY
MESSINA, JOSEPH C $112,899 JUDICIARY
HERMAN, MARTIN A $112,899 JUDICIARY
FRATTO, JOHN A $112,899 JUDICIARY
SANTIAGO, JOSEPH J $112,895 NEWARK CITY
JONES, LOWELL F $112,894 NEWARK CITY
BROWN, STUART C $112,865 MANALAPAN TOWNSHIP
FALL, ROBERT $112,834 JUDICIARY
PALLOZZI, DENNIS P $112,805 HARDING TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
BABIAK, STEVEN J $112,762 BERGEN COUNTY
FERRERI, ROBERT $112,750 CLIFTON CITY
LINTNER, JACK L $112,716 JUDICIARY
MARINI, JOSEPH A $112,714 CAMDEN CITY
DELGUERCIO, ATTILIO $112,690 MULTIPLE
ROWE, JEFFREY A $112,651 CEDAR GROVE TOWNSHIP
SIMONE, CHERYL L $112,644 WASHINGTON TWP BD OF ED (GLOUC)
LOFTUS, MARILYN $112,627 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
HUMPHREYS, BURRELL I $112,627 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
BROCKEL, RICHARD J $112,623 RIDGEFIELD BORO BD OF ED
HIMMELBERGER, JOHN G $112,605 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
LISA, JOSEPH F $112,561 JUDICIARY
HILLING, RAYMOND J $112,507 POINT PLEASANT BOROUGH
SELOWENTCHICH, BRUCE P $112,465 PATERSON CITY
WATSON, DENNIS $112,280 MIDDLESEX COUNTY
PETRILLO, JOSEPH $112,274 BELLEVILLE BD OF ED
ERBE, LINDA F $112,227 HOBOKEN BOARD OF EDUCATION
KEARNEY, TIMOTH $112,119 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
KEARNEY, THOMAS $112,119 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
SISCO, MICHAEL $112,046 BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP
TAHANEY, CHARLE $112,016 LIVINGSTON TOWNSHIP
GAROFOLO, ALBERT J $111,994 JUDICIARY
COCCHIOLA, FRANK A $111,979 WALLINGTON BOROUGH BD OF ED
BLAKE, THOMAS G $111,939 ALPINE BOROUGH
KING, MICHAEL P $111,938 JUDICIARY
EGBERT, GEORGE E $111,871 RUTHERFORD BOROUGH
SYERS, JOHN F $111,868 ELIZABETH CITY
SCHLARMAN, LORRAINE R $111,826 TENAFLY BD OF ED
MENDLOVITZ, SAUL H $111,806 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
GRADY, ROBERT L $111,794 LIVINGSTON BD OF ED
RICIGLIANO, DAVID G $111,784 NORTH BERGEN TOWNSHIP
DEUS, MANUEL E $111,770 MORRIS HILLS REGIONAL DISTRICT
SNYDER, OWEN M $111,730 RANDOLPH TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
ROMANO, ANTHONY L $111,678 HOBOKEN CITY
BEGLIN, EDWARD $111,677 JUDICIARY
BOBER, JOSEPH $111,664 NJ TRANSIT CORPORATION
KUCAB, MICHAEL $111,635 ELIZABETH CITY
DEEGAN, JOHN W $111,635 ELIZABETH CITY
FLORA, ROBERT A $111,608 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
JOHNS, GEORGE J $111,607 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
GRECZYN, JEFFREY A $111,580 MIDDLESEX COUNTY
MICHELS, HERMAN D $111,534 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
SIMON, MARGUERITE T $111,463 JUDICIARY
COLAGRECO, JAMES $111,462 CLIFFSIDE PARK BD OF ED
CAMP, RICHARD C $111,398 JUDICIARY
BILBAO, KAREN L $111,376 MIDDLETOWN TWP BD OF ED
FLYNN, TERENCE P $111,375 JUDICIARY
OLES, EDWARD M $111,375 JUDICIARY
GERMINARIO, VITO $111,309 MOORESTOWN TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
SETARO, WILLIAM J $111,263 FREEHOLD TWP BD OF ED
BERTA, RICHARD $111,252 CARLSTADT BOROUGH
CONNELLY, JAMES $111,246 SUMMIT CITY
SNIDER, JOYCE A $111,196 UPPER SADDLE RIVER BD OF ED
FARLEY, RAYMOND $111,195 HUNTERDON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
MCNALLY, GREGORY J $111,185 STAFFORD TOWNSHIP
FORZIATI, RAYMOND J $111,181 MIDDLESEX COUNTY
FRANCESCO, VICTOR J $111,160 ATLANTIC CITY
BELL, JOSEPH J $111,144 MULTIPLE
MIICK, GREGORY $111,126 LAKEWOOD TOWNSHIP
SCOZZARO, JOHN $111,102 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
FIGAROTTA, ROBERT P $111,080 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
GEORGES, LOUIS A $111,064 COMPENSATION RATING & INS BUR
GOLDSTEIN, MICHAEL $110,975 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
JUCHNEWICZ, STEVEN $110,966 BAYONNE CITY
RYGLICKI, JOSEPH J $110,966 NORTH BERGEN BD OF ED
SHUSTER, NEIL H $110,924 JUDICIARY
LOWRY, SIDNEY $110,923 KEARNY TOWN
CALHOUN, GLADYS $110,920 EAST ORANGE SCHOOL DISTRICT
HARTNETT, EDWARD $110,910 UNION CO EDUC SERV COMMISSION
FILIPPELLO, MICHAEL T $110,876 PARSIPPANY TROY HILLS TOWNSHIP
LENTINI, GARY $110,858 WEST NEW YORK BD OF ED
MUNOZ, OCTAVIO $110,856 NJ DEPT OF CORRECTIONS
HARTNETT, KEVIN J $110,842 BERGEN COUNTY
FRIEDLAND, GARY $110,838 SPRINGFIELD TWP BD ED (UNION)
VILLANUEVA, CHARLES E $110,829 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
DUNTON, CHRISTOPHER L $110,800 JACKSON TOWNSHIP
ODONNELL, JOHN $110,759 LIVINGSTON TOWNSHIP
VILLANO, DENNIS G $110,754 BELLEVILLE BD OF ED
SMITH, JAMES M $110,736 NEWARK CITY
CLYNE, JAMES D $110,714 JUDICIARY
RUSSELL, KAREN $110,714 JUDICIARY
STARK, ISABEL B $110,714 JUDICIARY
CUMMIS, PHILIP B $110,714 JUDICIARY
MERKELBACH, DONALD W $110,714 JUDICIARY
MACKENZIE, KENNETH C $110,714 JUDICIARY
WEISS, LAWRENCE $110,632 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
ROSS, GRAHAM $110,620 JUDICIARY
CASTORAL, JEAN $110,599 PISCATAWAY BD OF ED ADMN BLDG
MAHON, ROGER F $110,556 JUDICIARY
DOLAGHAN, THOMAS K $110,342 HARRISON TOWN (HUDSON)
TORRONE, JOSEPH G $110,256 BRIELLE BORO BD OF ED
DIMUZIO, JOHN A $110,251 EDISON TWP BD OF ED
LISA, CAROL A $110,240 BERGEN CO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
MURRAY, THOMAS J $110,207 SUMMIT CITY
CROTTY, KATHLEEN $110,202 LEGISLATURE SENATE
ROSENBERG, JAMES J $110,135 MORRIS COUNTY
MARTIN, DONALD $110,096 EDGEWATER BOROUGH
LAKE, MICHAEL T $110,090 NEPTUNE TWP BD OF ED
CREDIDIO, ALEXANDER T $110,019 PATERSON CITY
PAPI, BRENT N $109,917 EDISON TOWNSHIP
FIORINI, ROBERT L $109,853 ESSEX CO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
LIZARDO, LORETO D $109,820 GREYSTONE PARK PSYCH HOSPITAL
GALLAGHER, JOSEPH $109,787 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
DEYOUNG, BRUCE $109,758 RAMSEY BOROUGH BD OF ED
SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY J $109,750 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
ROBERTS, THOMAS W $109,734 DUMONT BOROUGH BD OF ED
PERILLO, ANTHONY S $109,716 NEWARK CITY
GAUPP, MILDRED $109,705 SOMERSET COUNTY_FINANCE OFFICE
ODONNELL, THOMAS P $109,669 WEST NEW YORK TOWN
COSTELLO, PAUL R $109,668 WEST MILFORD TOWNSHIP
SUTHERLAND, CARLA M $109,662 SAYREVILLE BD OF ED_SELOVER ELM
EGGERS, FREDERI $109,639 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
TRIGG-SCALES, IDA T $109,636 MONTCLAIR BD OF ED
SARSFIELD, LUKE $109,619 RUTHERFORD BORO BD OF ED
ROSEVEAR, CAROL L $109,595 SOUTH BOUND BROOK BD OF ED
JAHN, MICHAEL $109,542 MULTIPLE
OLDT, ROBERT J $109,474 MOORESTOWN TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
FRIZE, JOHN J $109,465 HILLSIDE TOWNSHIP
MCGARRIL, FREDERICK L $109,463 BOROUGH OF BERGENFIELD
DEGNAN, MICHAEL J $109,443 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
FERRAIUOLO, ROBERT $109,422 HUDSON REG HEALTH COMMISSION
BURKE, JOHN F $109,372 CLIFTON CITY
FOLEY, JAMES M $109,370 ATLANTIC CITY
MAHLER, WALTER R $109,350 BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REG SCH DIS
REGINO, DANIEL $109,245 TENAFLY BOROUGH
COOPER, ROBERT A $109,226 POINT PLEASANT BOROUGH
ODONNELL, MICHAEL J $109,220 JERSEY CITY
HOOD, CHARLES G $109,186 BELLEVILLE TOWNSHIP
KERWIN, MARCIA S $109,181 MULTIPLE
FINN, THOMAS W $109,159 EAST BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP
SAUNDERS, AMOS C $109,026 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
PORITZ, DEBORAH T $108,980 JUDICIARY
CONROY, GEORGE J $108,928 HOBOKEN CITY
LADAGE, RICHARD $108,928 HOBOKEN CITY
KELLY, JOSEPH T $108,917 ABERDEEN TOWNSHIP
KING, JOSEPH D $108,915 MONROE TWP BD OF ED (MIDDLESEX)
SUESSMUTH, ROBERT A $108,895 GLOUCESTER TWP BD OF ED
MAIELLA, JOSEPH J $108,890 LINCOLN PARK BOROUGH
STRUBLE, BARBARA $108,887 EATONTOWN BD OF ED
MERLI, JOSEPH $108,885 RUTHERFORD BOROUGH
COBB, ROBERT W $108,854 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
PECORA, MARK W $108,853 UNION CITY
VOGELSON, MAXWELL A $108,801 JUDICIARY
TORACK, EDWARD V $108,801 JUDICIARY
LITTLE, CHARLES A $108,801 JUDICIARY
DUNN, THOMAS G $108,796 ELIZABETH BD OF ED
CONRY, DONALD W $108,795 NORTH BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP
RAPUANO, JOSEPH A $108,741 UNIV OF MED AND DENT OF N J
GOTTLIEB, JEFFREY J $108,714 EDISON TOWNSHIP
PAWLOWSKI, FRANCIS E $108,707 BAYONNE CITY
CHAIET, PAUL F $108,682 JUDICIARY
CORCORAN, WILLIAM M $108,661 RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE
SMITH, JAMES F $108,660 ATLANTIC CITY
BRENNER, BENJAMIN $108,659 ATLANTIC CITY
MAYER, ANTHONY G $108,579 HILLSIDE TOWNSHIP
WHITKEN, MELVIN S $108,578 JUDICIARY
AKLONIS, LORRAINE $108,526 RAHWAY CITY BD OF ED
WRIGHT, ROBERT $108,513 PARAMUS BOROUGH
HAWKINS, RUDOLPH N $108,463 JUDICIARY
CANTWELL, PAUL $108,427 TENAFLY BOROUGH
GILLINGHAM, EVAN S $108,422 BERGEN CO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
FULMORE, JOSEPH $108,403 PATERSON BD OF ED
BOWEN, GARY R $108,400 MONTVILLE TWP BD OF ED
HOLLENFER, WILLIAM J $108,396 ENGLEWOOD CITY
MILLER, ANTHONY $108,396 BERGEN CO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
TESSARO, THOMAS $108,374 FORT LEE BOROUGH
OBRIEN, JOHN M $108,346 HOBOKEN CITY
KEEPERS, EDGAR S $108,316 GATEWAY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
MARKEY, ANDREW $108,287 HOBOKEN CITY
FERNANDEZ, OSCAR $108,267 WEST NEW YORK TOWN
NEWMAN, DAVID $108,228 JACKSON TOWNSHIP
VANECK, ALLAN $108,206 MAHWAH BD OF ED
MOPPERT, DAVID J $108,203 HARRINGTON PARK BOROUGH
CARROLL, JOHN $108,199 HACKENSACK CITY
SZYMANSKI, DOLORES M $108,189 BURLINGTON CO INSTITUTE OF TECH
RYDZEWSKI, EDWARD $108,108 NEWARK CITY
WALSH, DAVID B $108,100 HACKENSACK CITY
SMITH, CHARLES R $108,098 PALISADES PARK BD OF ED
NOONAN, RICHARD $108,062 MADISON BORO BD OF ED
LAGRECA, JOHN R $108,051 EAST RUTHERFORD BOROUGH
SPAIN, WILLIAM W $108,049 EAST WINDSOR TOWNSHIP
MASLO, DOLORES H $108,036 LINDEN CITY BD OF ED
LIPUMA, JOHN $108,010 RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE
HRITZ, MICHAEL T $107,992 EDISON TOWNSHIP
LABRUNO, JOSEPH $107,959 HOBOKEN CITY
LACHENAUER, ROBERT $107,956 NEW PROVIDENCE BD OF ED
LANDERS, THOMAS L $107,938 RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE
CLIFFORD, ROBERT L $107,917 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
FERRARELLI, RICHARD $107,889 JACKSON TOWNSHIP
HALDEMAN, RICHARD S $107,868 CAMDEN COUNTY TECHNICAL SCHOOLS
CABRAL, ROBERT $107,852 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
MEEHAN, WILLIAM C $107,846 JUDICIARY
BEVINS, BARTHOLOMEW J $107,763 KEARNY TOWN
MACELLARO, JOSEPH A $107,720 BERGEN COUNTY
VETRANO, GLEN V $107,715 PATERSON CITY
BOXER, SHELDON T $107,713 LAKEWOOD TWP BD OF ED
CORSO, THOMAS J $107,691 HILLSIDE TOWNSHIP
STARACE, RONALD $107,688 RIVER EDGE BOROUGH
SMITH, BRIAN P $107,685 PARAMUS BOROUGH
SMITH, MARK A $107,683 BAYONNE CITY
MCKEON, EDWARD M $107,683 CALDWELL WEST CALDWELL BD OF ED
GIANNOTTI, EDWA $107,680 NORTHVALE BOROUGH
SCHWEIGART, CHARLES A $107,672 STAFFORD TOWNSHIP
MITCHELL, EDWARD C $107,664 EAST BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP
MAYER, SCOTT F $107,663 EAST BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP
COOK, WILLIAM J $107,662 JUDICIARY
JONES, CLARENCE S $107,625 CHERRY HILL TOWNSHIP
OCCHINO, VINCENT J $107,621 PASCACK VALLEY REG H S DIST
LUMINIELLO, JOHN T $107,596 EDISON TOWNSHIP
HALL, FRANCIS R $107,589 WALL TOWNSHIP
SILBER, ARTHUR D $107,558 NJ TRANSIT CORPORATION
NOLAN, RICHARD T $107,527 PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
ROMAN, RICHARD $107,485 HACKENSACK CITY
COHEN, RONALD $107,432 MIDDLE BROOK REG HEALTH COMM
PEDALINO, VINCENT J $107,419 TOMS RIVER_TOWNSHIP
FRIEDMAN, VICTOR $107,409 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
TENHOEVE, JAMES $107,401 MULTIPLE
DREIER, WILLIAM A $107,393 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
LUCAS, THOMAS A $107,365 BOROUGH OF BERGENFIELD
HUBNER, ROBERT J $107,339 WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP
DOX, MATTHEW J $107,327 WAYNE TOWNSHIP
DAVITT, JAMES $107,318 UNION TOWNSHIP (UNION)
NOVEMBRE, JOSEPH $107,310 HAMILTON TWP BD OF ED (MERCER)
ABATE, CHARLES $107,248 RIDGEWOOD TWP BD OF ED
GREENBERG, M W $107,220 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
PETRONELLA, JOHN $107,197 BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REG SCH DIS
BELLOMO, PHILIP J $107,195 PARAMUS BOROUGH
ONEILL, RONALD $107,176 PARAMUS BOROUGH
FERRELL, DAVID C $107,173 CARLSTADT BOROUGH
DOWD, WILLIAM A $107,151 KENILWORTH BOROUGH
LESURE, PERCY $107,140 MULTIPLE
GRUCCIO, PHILIP A $107,136 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
O’BRIEN, THOMAS S $107,136 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
BURNS, BARRY C $107,058 WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP
CODEY, EUGENE J $107,044 JUDICIARY
BARRETT, KEVIN J $107,033 ENGLEWOOD CITY
HAGUE, DOUGLAS T $106,975 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
BRUNO, JOSEPH $106,974 WEST ORANGE TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
ZEGLARSKI, ROBERT L $106,952 MILLBURN TWP PUBLIC SCHOOLS
OCCHIUZZO, J $106,947 CARLSTADT BOROUGH
CRAMPTON, PETER J $106,925 PATERSON CITY
KRONCKE, ROBERT $106,923 HASBROUCK HEIGHTS BOROUGH
MARTIN, JEFFREY $106,920 MULTIPLE
THORNTON, JOEL $106,893 HACKENSACK CITY
DECORDOVA, DONALD W $106,847 JUDICIARY
PATEL, RAJANI J $106,824 TRENTON PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
STANTON, REGINALD $106,820 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY J $106,796 PARAMUS BOROUGH
CALAMUSA, NICHOLAS A $106,728 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
TIERNAN, PAUL M $106,701 TEANECK TOWNSHIP
SCHWARTZ, ROBERT A $106,701 ATLANTIC CITY
ERB, MICHAEL W $106,679 LIVINGSTON TOWNSHIP
ROSENBERG, RICHARD $106,668 SOUTH ORANGE-MAPLEWOOD BD OF ED
CINARDO, CARL $106,623 LYNDHURST TOWNSHIP
VEALE, BRENDA $106,619 EAST ORANGE SCHOOL DISTRICT
BIER, LEONARD T $106,611 MULTIPLE
GLICKMAN, HERBERT S $106,600 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
GLASS, WILLIAM R $106,597 ATLANTIC CITY
HORBELT, ROBERT $106,583 BARNEGAT TWP BD OF ED
MARCHAND, ARTHUR J $106,576 CUMBERLAND COUNTY
JACKSON, GEORGE $106,552 EATONTOWN BOROUGH
HARPER, JOHN J $106,544 JUDICIARY
ROSAMILIA, ANTHONY $106,487 NJ SPORTS & EXPOSITION AUTH
GOLA, EDWARD F $106,470 BURLINGTON CITY BD OF ED
CAULFIELD, JAMES M $106,468 UNION TWP BOARD OF ED (UNION)
FIGUEROA, EDWIN $106,465 CAMDEN CITY
DORICK, MICHAEL T $106,440 TOMS RIVER_TOWNSHIP
PUGLIA, ANTHONY P $106,440 PATERSON CITY
HANSSON, GLENN R $106,432 BAYONNE CITY
PUZZO, SALVATORE $106,423 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
SPEIDEL, DOUGLAS A $106,350 ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS BOROUGH
SCHLOSSER, MARVIN E $106,350 JUDICIARY
FRIEDMAN, JOSEPH $106,343 MOTION PICTURE & TV DEV. COMM.
JUNIAK, JOSEPH S $106,337 TRENTON CITY
WALKER, ROBERT G $106,332 KITTATINNY REGIONAL H S
FICKEN, RAYMOND $106,324 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
CANATARO, JOSEPH F $106,303 DEPTFORD TWP BD OF ED
GEUEKE, EDWARD $106,285 RANDOLPH TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
STRACCO, JOSEPH M $106,270 LENAPE VALLEY REG H S DIST
SIMPSON,JR, ARTHUR J $106,254 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
CAMPBELL, BRUCE R $106,252 OFFICE OF ADM LAW
COLLETTI, ROBERT C $106,245 TRENTON CITY
TOSCANO, MICHAEL P $106,189 CLEARVIEW REGIONAL BD OF ED
GEORGE, JOAN M $106,187 OLD BRIDGE BD OF ED
GIBBS, JOHN $106,176 SEA GIRT BD OF ED
BEKIARIAN, ANGE $106,166 EDISON TOWNSHIP
PISCAL, FRANCIS P $106,155 JUDICIARY
DAUBER, JOHN L $106,128 EDISON TOWNSHIP
SPAN, MIRIAM N $106,125 JUDICIARY
PLECHNER, RICHARD F $106,112 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
FANNING, MICHAEL J $106,109 UPPER SADDLE RIVER BORO
SIERCHIO, RICHARD $106,103 ROSELAND BD OF ED
MCDONALD, EDWIN J $106,075 PERTH AMBOY CITY
HOLMES, ROBERT C $106,010 MARLBORO TOWNSHIP
MCCORMICK, TIMOTHY E $105,988 BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP
CROTHERS, THOMAS R $105,980 EAST BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP
TAYLOR, CHRISTINE $105,966 NEWARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
KUHN, VINCENT P $105,963 NEWARK CITY
SWEENEY, JOHN A $105,961 JUDICIARY
KAHN, ROGER M $105,899 JUDICIARY
POWELL, JERE R $105,876 WOOLWICH TOWNSHIP
HARDING, J.NORRIS $105,868 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
D’AMBROSIO, ROCCO L $105,868 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
O’HALLORAN, KEVIN M $105,868 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
MANNION, THOMAS B $105,868 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
WALSH, JAMES J $105,868 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
TURNAMIAN, ALEX $105,844 BERGENFIELD BD OF ED
AMORESANO, VINCENT $105,837 PATERSON CITY
SELTZER, GEORGE L $105,801 JUDICIARY
RESTAINO, MICHAEL $105,771 NORTH JERSEY WATER SUPPLY COMM
GREENWOOD, ARCHIE $105,761 LONG BRANCH BD OF ED
TESTA, NICHOLAS T $105,737 KEARNY TOWN BD OF ED
DOWNS, ARTHUR C $105,735 WEST WINDSOR PLAINSBORO REG
SMITH, JAMES C $105,729 BUTLER BORO BD OF ED
RUDDER, WALTER $105,666 BURLINGTON CO INSTITUTE OF TECH
WILLIAMS, ERNEST $105,636 TRENTON CITY
KOLMOS, JOHN H $105,620 BERGEN CO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
TICE, JAMES D $105,610 PATERSON CITY
DIGUGLIELMO, DENNIS $105,610 PATERSON CITY
MORLEY, NORMAN $105,610 PATERSON CITY
SMITH, DONALD A $105,567 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
WELLS, HAROLD B $105,566 JUDICIARY
TASCA, JAMES J $105,563 PATERSON CITY
DELEHEY, CHARLES A $105,559 JUDICIARY
CARTER, ROBERT $105,537 NEWARK CITY
CORBO, NICHOLAS $105,526 ROSELAND BD OF ED
HARRIS, KEVIN B $105,485 PISCATAWAY TOWNSHIP
CHOLEWCZYNSKI, HENRY E $105,482 CLIFTON CITY
PREISSLER, EDWARD R $105,478 BERGEN CO BD OF SOC SERV
CHISHOLM, WILLIAM E $105,442 SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP (UNION)
KANTNER, MICHAEL H $105,416 CAMDEN CO BD OF CHOSEN FRHLDRS
RIKER, JOHN G $105,392 NEWARK CITY
TRELLA, JOEL G $105,385 BERGEN COUNTY
JARENSKY, STANLEY A $105,378 PASSAIC CITY
BACK, AARON $105,364 RIVER VALE TOWNSHIP
MEYER, PAUL J $105,354 TRENTON CITY
BRINGA, ALBERTO L $105,333 WEST NEW YORK TOWN
DEMAREO, MARK $105,291 PLUMSTED TWP BD OF ED
DOUGARD, RONALD J $105,243 BRICK TOWNSHIP
BUGLIONE, FRANK R $105,237 RAHWAY CITY BD OF ED
GONZALEZ, CLAUD $105,228 UNION CITY
NETCHERT, WILLIAM $105,223 HUDSON CO IMPROVEMENT AUTH
AVOLETTA, MICHA $105,215 WEEHAWKEN TOWNSHIP
DEVER, EDWARD L $105,102 NEPTUNE TWP BD OF ED
EMMERMAN, PATRICIA A $105,089 FREEHOLD REG H S DISTRICT
TURNAMIAN, PETER $105,086 BERGENFIELD BD OF ED
MANZETTI, STEVEN $105,073 HOBOKEN CITY
METCALFE, KENNETH G $105,073 HOBOKEN CITY
LOMIA, FRANK $105,061 HACKENSACK CITY
PELLEGRINO, JOSEPH $105,053 PATERSON CITY
FARLEY, PATRICK $105,047 ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS BOROUGH
RIMMER, ROBERT J $105,029 NORTH BRUNSWICK BD OF ED
RYAN, JOHN T $105,025 WEST ORANGE TOWNSHIP
WALKER, HENRY H $105,022 RUTHERFORD BOROUGH
GIANGERUSO, CHARLES P $104,973 LYNDHURST TOWNSHIP
SALIM, JOHN R $104,951 HACKENSACK CITY
DARCO, JOSEPH O $104,943 KEARNY TOWN
LOERTSCHER, JOHN F $104,932 WAYNE TOWNSHIP
DEMARCO, A P $104,930 SOMERSET COUNTY_FINANCE OFFICE
SEIDEL, ROBERT $104,881 KEANSBURG BOARD OF EDUCATION
ZIEMIAN, JOHN A $104,871 MULTIPLE
GRIBBEN, DONALD $104,860 WEST NEW YORK TOWN
GIANNONE, DONALD $104,852 TEANECK TOWNSHIP
MOONEY, MICHAEL P $104,842 LAKEWOOD TOWNSHIP
SADRUD-DIN, ABDUL HAKIM $104,827 NEWARK CITY
ZIELKE, EDWARD O $104,823 LIVINGSTON TOWNSHIP
SNYDER, RICHARD J $104,790 TRENTON CITY
RITZEL, CHARLES A $104,781 ATLANTIC CITY
TULENKO, SANDRA $104,777 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
POGARSKY, ALAN J $104,768 JUDICIARY
DAMICO, RICHARD T $104,756 CLOSTER BOROUGH
BALLARD, BARRY L $104,751 COMMERCIAL TWP BD OF ED
BEY, CLAUDE $104,708 NEWARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
BUONOCORE, FRED $104,689 WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
CATANESE, JOSEPH J $104,668 NEW BRUNSWICK CITY
KLOO, ALFRED C $104,649 WAYNE TOWNSHIP
HALMA, CHRISTOPHER $104,636 BAYONNE CITY
SCHMIDT, FRANK $104,623 CARLSTADT BOROUGH
DEPREKER, AUGUST $104,604 MIDLAND PARK BORO BD OF ED
DAMATO, THOMAS V $104,585 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
DEPOLO, DANIEL J $104,570 POINT PLEASANT BEACH BOROUGH
BOVINO, SALVATORE $104,569 JUDICIARY
BALDINO, MARIO A $104,566 PATERSON CITY
TITUS, C R $104,545 RIDGEWOOD TWP BD OF ED
AHEARN, FRED P $104,518 TEANECK TOWNSHIP
GRYGO, RONALD C $104,502 SOUTH RIVER BORO BD OF ED
SKOWRONSKI, WILLIAM J $104,499 SAYREVILLE BD OF ED_SELOVER ELM
MAHON, ROBERT J $104,480 OCEAN TWP BD OF ED (MONMOUTH)
TIETJEN, BRUCE S $104,476 NORTHVALE BOROUGH
KELLY, LOUIS E $104,476 ELIZABETH CITY
RICHMOND, GARY $104,460 NORTH BERGEN TOWNSHIP
LIBRIE, STEVEN $104,454 TEANECK TOWNSHIP
TRZESZKOWSKI, BARBARA $104,448 KEANSBURG BOARD OF EDUCATION
WIREN, KENNETH S $104,433 PARAMUS BOROUGH
POLLOCK, STEVEN $104,410 OCEAN COUNTY
SCHENK, RICHARD $104,374 CALDWELL WEST CALDWELL BD OF ED
GREENE, CLAIRE $104,365 NORTH ARLINGTON BD OF ED
LATERRA, RICHARD $104,352 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
VASILE, EUGENE J $104,324 PARSIPPANY TROY HILLS BD OF ED
CONTE, JOHN $104,292 JUDICIARY
GARRENGER, ROBERT L $104,284 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
KUHLTHAU, JOHN S $104,284 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
CALLAHAN, JOHN J $104,284 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
QUACKENBOSS, ROBERT T $104,284 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
CAVANAUGH, ROBERT F $104,284 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
SWEEN, BIRGER M $104,284 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
CASS, ROSEMARY H $104,284 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
IRONSON, BURTON J $104,284 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
CRABTREE, DAVID E $104,284 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
MCGANN, PATRICK J $104,284 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
MARGULIES, SEYMOUR $104,284 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
COOPER, STEVAN L $104,270 BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP
PAKULSKI, ROBERT J $104,265 LINDEN CITY
MCCLOUD-HJAZEH, KAREN $104,256 MIDDLESEX CO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
RICE, EVELYN T $104,238 NEWARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
SEGAL, VINCENT D $104,182 JUDICIARY
MULVIHILL, JAMES F $104,176 JUDICIARY
REVICKI, ROBERT M $104,163 PARAMUS BOROUGH
BIGLEY, A. DONALD $104,160 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
LAMPA, GLEN R $104,159 SOMERSET HILLS BD OF ED
PAGLIONE, WILLI $104,157 MIDDLESEX COUNTY
LAPRETE, RENAE $104,128 HAZLET TWP BD OF ED
HEERY, PHILIP W $104,121 EGG HARBOR TWP BD OF ED
GALLAGHER, JAMES J $104,107 CHERRY HILL TWP BD OF ED
PLUNKETT, EDWARD F $104,063 HACKENSACK CITY
NEILL, EDWARD C $104,033 JACKSON TOWNSHIP
LYNCH, MICHAEL $104,011 LAKEWOOD TOWNSHIP
HECHT, GAIL K $103,983 EAST ORANGE SCHOOL DISTRICT
CRESCIONE, LINDA $103,970 PATERSON BD OF ED
GROFF, DOUGLAS B $103,953 GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
KRACOV, MELVIN S $103,950 JUDICIARY
LEVINE, LESLIE I $103,934 NEW BRUNSWICK CITY
OKEEFE, DENNIS J $103,931 MAHWAH TOWNSHIP
RUBIN, STEPHEN B $103,929 HUNTERDON COUNTY
STOLTENBORG, RICHARD J $103,908 RIDGEFIELD BOROUGH
MCGURK, KENNETH $103,883 HOBOKEN CITY
BROACH, RAYMOND $103,879 EWING TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
TYLUTKI, BEATRICE $103,871 OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
PAVOL, MARGARET $103,867 SOMERVILLE BD OF ED
MORRIS, PHILIP $103,849 ELIZABETH CITY
CALABRESE, ANTHONY $103,843 KEARNY TOWN
CLAYTON, TIMOTHY J $103,815 WALL TOWNSHIP
RABBITT, BRIAN E $103,786 LIVINGSTON TOWNSHIP
GUT, ROBERT E $103,772 PATERSON BD OF ED
BOEGERSHAUSEN, PAUL G $103,760 MILLBURN TOWNSHIP
SHARP, GEORGE F $103,682 DELRAN TWP BD OF ED
SALT, SYD $103,682 RAMAPO INDIAN HILLS REG H S D
BOYLE, MICHAEL $103,647 LINDEN CITY
PISANSKY, JOHN $103,628 JUDICIARY
SLEEZER, KATHLEEN H $103,607 PARSIPPANY TROY HILLS BD OF ED
WOJCIK, MICHAEL $103,554 HACKENSACK CITY BD OF ED
GRIBBIN, JOHN D $103,543 TRENTON CITY
PANACEK, JOHN M $103,543 TRENTON CITY
MARKULIC, DONNA L $103,540 HOWELL TOWNSHIP
ALFES, MARILYN R $103,539 BERGEN CO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
KELLY, MICHAEL P $103,523 UNION BEACH BOROUGH
SCHNUR, STUART I $103,520 MONTGOMERY TWP BD OF ED
MERLUZZI, PETER L $103,515 WARREN HILLS REG SCHOOLS
BASAMAN, JOELLEN $103,487 EAST BRUNSWICK TWP BD OF ED
DOWD, THOMAS W $103,466 DUMONT BOROUGH BD OF ED
BEHNKE, JOACHIM F $103,455 HILLSIDE TOWNSHIP
MARIGLIANI, JOSEPH $103,435 MONTVALE BOROUGH
POLK, BENN $103,433 ATLANTIC CITY
CAROTENUTO, GEORGE T $103,422 KEARNY TOWN
MICHELETTI, E. B $103,407 JUDICIARY
GRUNINGER, FREDERICK E $103,395 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
AIELLO, ROBERT A $103,389 WEST NEW YORK TOWN
HAMLIN, C J $103,366 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
NEUSTADTER, ROBERT $103,366 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
KANNEN, BERNARD A $103,366 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
PERRETTI, SERENA $103,366 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
JONES, CHARLES $103,358 HACKENSACK CITY BD OF ED
LEFELT, STEVEN L $103,354 JUDICIARY
WALDRON, CHARLES E $103,350 MERCER COUNTY
DICKER, LESLIE B $103,341 CAMDEN CO BD OF CHOSEN FRHLDRS
COHEN, RICHARD S $103,337 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
LEVY, PAUL G $103,335 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
GOLDMAN, DONALD S $103,331 JUDICIARY
FISHER, MICHAEL B $103,331 JUDICIARY
SIDDONS, DENNIS W $103,321 CARTERET BD OF ED
PALKO, JOHN V $103,318 JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP
BARBER, DAVID A $103,313 MILLBURN TOWNSHIP
IRAGGI, VINCENT $103,265 POMPTON LAKES BD OF ED
RESNICK, IRENE R $103,264 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
CARDONE, WILLIAM A $103,256 TOMS RIVER SCHOOL DIST
ADAMUS, JOHN W $103,239 HANOVER PARK REG H S DIST
KING, ARLENE $103,224 EAST ORANGE SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRAVLOS, ARTHUR L $103,211 MADISON BORO BD OF ED
KERFOOT, JAMES $103,204 SOUTHERN REGIONAL H S DISTRICT
BANDURA, STANLEY S $103,202 PARSIPPANY TROY HILLS TOWNSHIP
BALZANO, JOSEPH $103,187 SOUTH JERSEY PORT CORPORATION
DEPASQUALE, SAM $103,186 JACKSON TOWNSHIP
MEYERS, ANTHONY $103,176 PARAMUS BOROUGH
EMANUEL, RHYNIE J $103,176 ORADELL BOROUGH
CHRISTENSEN, THOMAS P $103,166 SHAMONG TWP BD OF ED
BALDWIN, ELAINE $103,156 NEW MILFORD BD OF ED
KOCHANSKI, THOMAS J $103,146 BAYONNE CITY
TROY, ROBERT A $103,121 JERSEY CITY
CONKLIN, IRVING $103,113 FRANKLIN LAKES BOROUGH
HERNDON, ROBERT $103,112 ALLENDALE BOROUGH
SEVERINO, CHARLES $103,076 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
SICO, JOHN J $103,052 WAYNE BOARD OF EDUCATION
BOZZA, RICHARD $103,051 BERKELEY HEIGHTS BD OF ED
EVINSKI, GEORGE P $103,042 MAINLAND REGIONAL H S
LUDWIG, JAY F $103,017 WILLIAM PATERSON UNIV OF NJ
ALLENBACH, ROBERT E $103,004 CAMDEN CITY
AMICUCCI, DAVID $103,000 TENAFLY BOROUGH
HAILEY, KEVIN C $102,988 CAMDEN CITY
ROSSI, FERDINAND $102,975 MORRIS TOWNSHIP
MURPHY, THOMAS $102,953 BAYONNE CITY
LYNCH, KEVIN R $102,953 BAYONNE CITY
TOOMEY, ROBERT J $102,953 BAYONNE CITY
KALLENBERG, GREGORY $102,945 HO-HO-KUS BOROUGH
FERRANTE, FRED $102,865 HOBOKEN CITY
PARKER, LARRY D $102,861 STAFFORD TOWNSHIP
TREVENA, DAVID M $102,846 TINTON FALLS BOROUGH
MCKEON, JOHN W $102,766 NORTHERN VALLEY REG H S DIST
RYAN, ROBERT R $102,765 BRICK TOWNSHIP
COLOMBO, JOSEPH $102,760 MIDDLESEX CO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
ROBBINS, JEFFREY W $102,747 OLD BRIDGE TOWNSHIP
HENDERSON, BARRY $102,740 RAHWAY CITY
BETTENCOURT, ELAINE $102,724 OLD BRIDGE BD OF ED
PERSKIE, STEVEN P $102,712 JUDICIARY
LOCASCIO, LOUIS F $102,712 JUDICIARY
KREIZMAN, IRA E $102,712 JUDICIARY
MCKNIGHT, WILLIAM J $102,697 ATLANTIC CITY
GRAVES, RICHARD B $102,682 IRVINGTON BD OF ED
MONTAGNE, ROBERT F $102,669 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
REILLY, PAUL V $102,664 MOUNT OLIVE TWP BD OF ED
CATANESE, PAUL $102,657 MULTIPLE
GUTCH, JAMES F $102,644 JERSEY CITY
ANGARONE, PHILIP J $102,629 CHIEF EXECUTIVES OFFICE
PALLANTE, MICHAEL $102,614 ROBERT TREAT ACADEMY CHARTER SC
FLATT, KENNETH B $102,587 OCEAN TOWNSHIP (OCEAN)
FALCO, ALPHONSE N $102,571 RANDOLPH TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
BURNS, MICHAEL H $102,570 SAYREVILLE BOROUGH
HARGIS, EDWARD G $102,561 CAMDEN CITY
HAYES, MARK R $102,545 PALISADES PARK BD OF ED
ABATE, JOSEPH $102,544 LYNDHURST TWP BD OF ED
FERRARO, JOHN F $102,542 SOUTH PLAINFIELD BOROUGH
KLOOS, WILLIAM D $102,521 NORTH BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP
RODGERS, JOHN J $102,519 HARRISON TOWN BD OF ED(HUDSON)
PANELLA, ELIZABETH M $102,500 FAIR LAWN BD OF ED
CRUPI, PAUL $102,497 LYNDHURST TOWNSHIP
LEVANDOWSKI, MARTIN T $102,493 MERCER COUNTY
KADEN, HENRY J $102,491 UNION CITY
TERRELL, JAMES L $102,466 NEPTUNE TWP BD OF ED
BORNHEIMER, JOAN $102,454 NEW BRUNSWICK BD OF ED
BENEDETTO, RAYMOND $102,443 PATERSON CITY
BANTA, JOHN M $102,437 ENGLEWOOD CITY
ORIENTE, MICHAEL $102,432 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
PARREY, ERNEST T $102,428 TRENTON CITY
MAKOWITZ, WILLIAM C $102,398 PARSIPPANY TROY HILLS TOWNSHIP
CULLEN, ROGER M $102,396 HAMILTON TOWNSHIP (MERCER)
BIXLER, MARGARET $102,381 KEARNY TOWN BD OF ED
DELANEY, THOMAS F $102,365 PARAMUS BOROUGH
SISSERSON, ROBE $102,345 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
GEFFKEN, FREDERICK $102,329 SPARTA TOWNSHIP
GUHL, WILLIAM J $102,304 LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP (MERCER)
TURNER, MICHAEL $102,303 HOBOKEN CITY
FREDA, LOUIS A $102,295 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
PAQUETTE, MICHAEL D $102,283 SOUTH BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP
GALDA, WILLIAM J $102,277 BERGEN COUNTY
PALOTTA, JOHN $102,276 BERGEN COUNTY
FERRARO, STEPHEN M $102,266 FORT LEE BOROUGH
MOZAK, CATHERINE $102,263 PARK RIDGE BORO BD OF ED
PICKETT, TIMOTHY J $102,248 JERSEY CITY
RIEPE, PAUL G $102,248 JERSEY CITY
TESCHLOG, KENNETH A $102,248 JERSEY CITY
GOLDBERG, BRUCE R $102,234 HACKENSACK CITY
MATARANGOLO, JANE M $102,233 EAST BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP
VANDERBEEK, WIL $102,225 OLD TAPPAN BOROUGH
MADDALUNA, MICHAEL A $102,221 SOMERSET CO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
JANESAK, MARY $102,194 NORTH BERGEN BD OF ED
LASKY, JAMES A $102,166 FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP
TANTILLO, BENEDICT $102,158 PASCACK VALLEY REG H S DIST
KEEFE, JAMES F $102,149 UNION COUNTY
KOLCHIN, JOHN $102,134 GREEN BROOK BD OF ED
ONEILL, SARAH A $102,123 HAZLET TWP BD OF ED
CAMPBELL, DONALD F $102,117 JUDICIARY
SPEIRS, JOHN R $102,108 BOONTON TOWNSHIP
THOMPSON, JOHN P $102,100 RUTHERFORD BOROUGH
CONVERY, JAMES B $102,094 JUDICIARY
HURLEY, JAMES P $102,094 JUDICIARY
ZIESER, DANIEL $102,080 NEWARK CITY
KREMER, ERIC R $102,076 PARAMUS BOROUGH
GUILIANA, ANGELO J $102,076 PARSIPPANY TROY HILLS BD OF ED
HILL, ROBERT F $102,072 ROSELLE BOROUGH
BERDNIK, RICHARD H $102,070 CLIFTON CITY
WILCOMES, DAVID $102,052 UNION CITY BD OF ED
FAY, PATRICK $102,041 HACKENSACK CITY
KENNEY, ALTON D $102,020 MONMOUTH COUNTY/HALL OF RECORDS
FELDMAN, SAMUEL G $102,012 CARLSTADT E.RUTHERFORD BD OF ED
PELAIA, THOMAS $102,011 BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP
ANTUS, THOMAS E $102,011 FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP
HREVNACK, JOHN R $102,006 BRANCHBURG TWP BD OF ED
TREMITIEDI, MARY $102,003 HOBOKEN BOARD OF EDUCATION
JESKEY, JAMES R $101,994 UNION TWP BOARD OF ED (UNION)
MILIANO, JOHN E $101,988 LINDEN CITY
LAYNE, ALLEN $101,970 TENAFLY BOROUGH
HANRATTY, PATRICIA A $101,970 MAHWAH BD OF ED
BRESLIN, JAMES E $101,955 WEST MILFORD TOWNSHIP
SABO, STEVEN M $101,954 ENGLEWOOD CITY
KETTIG, JEFFREY R $101,952 TOMS RIVER_TOWNSHIP
MERCER, STEVEN H $101,947 PARAMUS BOROUGH
GONZALEZ, GEORGE M $101,937 HILLSBOROUGH TWP BD OF ED
ROCKER, DONALD R $101,935 WEST NEW YORK BD OF ED
PANICO, ANTHONY L $101,926 NORTHERN VALLEY REG H S DIST
SAHAGIAN, EDWARD $101,923 NORTH BERGEN BD OF ED
TREMITIEDI, RICHARD R $101,921 HOBOKEN CITY
CONSTANCE, GENEROSO $101,906 TRENTON CITY
MEAD, RAYMOND J $101,901 LITTLE FALLS BD OF ED
HULL, VINCENT E $101,889 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
BOYLE, JOHN M $101,889 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
GREENBERG, MANUEL H $101,889 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
WEST, ERNIECE $101,876 UNIV. OF MEDICINE & DENTISTRY
OSINSKI, WILLIAM D $101,868 HACKENSACK CITY
BENNER, STEPHEN $101,868 TRENTON CITY
BELOTTI, AUGUST A $101,867 WEST ESSEX REGIONAL SCH DIST
BOMBA, WESLEY J $101,852 SOUTH RIVER BOROUGH
MILANO, JOSEPH R $101,793 TINTON FALLS BOROUGH
LACOUR, ROBERT C $101,780 EDISON TOWNSHIP
SOFIELD, ROBERT A $101,780 EDISON TOWNSHIP
CAIATI, JOSEPH $101,779 LODI BOROUGH
SMITH, ARTHUR R $101,755 HIGH POINT REG HIGH SCHOOL
GABAUER, JOHN R $101,752 TRENTON CITY
HENRY, ALFRED H $101,752 TRENTON CITY
CORNELY, JOSEPH M $101,750 EVESHAM TOWNSHIP
HECK, DONALD A $101,742 WEST NEW YORK TOWN
BURKHARDT, DONALD J $101,742 MANVILLE BOROUGH BD OF ED
BENSON, CHARLOTTE $101,727 NORTH BERGEN BD OF ED
KLING, KENNETH L $101,709 DEPTFORD TWP BD OF ED
PAVLAK, DONALD $101,688 WAYNE TOWNSHIP
CASSARINI, DONALD $101,657 WEST NEW YORK TOWN
FEDERICI, JAMES A $101,657 HAMILTON TWP BD OF ED (MERCER)
SMITH, FRANKLIN A $101,635 CARLSTADT BOROUGH
PEIFFER, SHARYN J $101,579 BERGEN COUNTY
DEPASCALE, MARIO D $101,568 HILLSDALE BOROUGH BD OF ED
SPINDEL, MARK $101,548 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
BLITZ, JEFFREY S $101,547 ATLANTIC COUNTY
CZULADA, THOMAS J $101,543 BERGEN COUNTY
KANE, BARBARA J $101,538 BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REG SCH DIS
CARDELLA, JOSEPH J $101,529 SOUTH BERGEN JOINTURE COMM
FRAZZANO, WILLIAM $101,528 MONTCLAIR TOWNSHIP
ISOLA, SAMUEL L $101,504 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
POLCARI, STEPHEN P $101,504 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
KRUPOCIN, ANTHONY $101,500 EAST RUTHERFORD BOROUGH
EUTSEY, ADELE W $101,490 NEWARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
PETRELLA, JAMES J $101,489 JUDICIARY
FALCONE, JOSEPH A $101,475 JUDICIARY
DELGRECO, GARRY $101,463 WEST NEW YORK TOWN
CALIGUIRO, MICHAEL $101,460 WEST NEW YORK TOWN
HAERTEL, PAUL M $101,447 CLIFTON CITY
PINAL, CARL $101,442 NEWARK CITY
SPANN, PETER J $101,442 NEWARK CITY
BARBER, ANITA C $101,442 MORRIS SCHOOL DISTRICT
KIRSCHLING, THOMAS J $101,422 ATLANTIC CITY BD OF ED
PASCALE, CHARLES $101,411 UNION CITY
MCGORTY, THOMAS $101,405 WEEHAWKEN TOWNSHIP
SMITH, EDWARD S $101,385 GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP
CULLINANE, JAMES $101,381 MAYWOOD BOROUGH
FREDERICK, RONALD J $101,368 RAMAPO INDIAN HILLS REG H S D
TREANOR, JOSEPH M $101,356 UNION CITY
CORNELL, JOSEPH P $101,349 MENDHAM TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
CITRO, JOSEPH $101,337 MULTIPLE
BOMBACE, JAMES A $101,331 RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE
MACERINO, ANTHONY J $101,319 VERNON TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
DAWSON, MALCOLM $101,281 GATEWAY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
CIANCIA, JAMES J $101,278 JUDICIARY
NICOLA, THOMAS $101,271 MARLBORO TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
DURKIN, PATRICK $101,268 NEWARK CITY
MATI, GLENN A $101,223 GARFIELD CITY
QUIDOR, STEVEN $101,211 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
LEAHY, B. T $101,210 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
CARUSO, F.MICHAEL $101,210 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
TELSEY, NORMAN $101,210 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
RUMANA, THOMAS R $101,210 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
O’DONNELL, DANIEL A $101,210 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
CASS, PETER J $101,210 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
MCKENZIE, A D $101,210 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
COCCHIA, FRANCES M $101,210 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
FALKENSTERN, AL $101,196 OLD TAPPAN BOROUGH
DENNIS, MICHAEL K $101,176 LAKEWOOD TOWNSHIP
KOLE-SIRES, ADRIENN $101,154 WEST NEW YORK BD OF ED
CREA, CLEMENT A $101,073 PINELANDS REG SCHOOL DISTRICT
AMATUZZI, JOSEPH R $101,046 HACKENSACK CITY BD OF ED
SMIRLES, STEPHE $101,044 PARAMUS BOROUGH
REISS, THOMAS G $101,044 NEWARK CITY
CICCHETTI, WILL $101,034 WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP (BERGEN)
ANDREZZI, ROBERT J $101,006 GARFIELD CITY
BREMBT, PAUL J $101,001 SOUTH PLAINFIELD BOROUGH
TERRY, ROGER S $100,989 MONTCLAIR TOWNSHIP
DUBOIS, ORRIE D $100,984 WAYNE TOWNSHIP
MCLAUGHLIN, ROBERT E $100,975 NEW BRUNSWICK CITY
FOCACCI, THOMAS T $100,959 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
CUNNING, DANIEL A $100,958 HOBOKEN CITY
PREUSCH, THEODO $100,953 UPPER SADDLE RIVER BORO
INHOFFER, WENDELL R $100,941 PASSAIC VALLEY WATER COMM
MERLO, RALPH J $100,930 SECAUCUS TOWN BD OF ED
MCLOUGHLIN, ROBERT M $100,920 MONTCLAIR TOWNSHIP
YDO, JOHN W $100,920 WYCKOFF TOWNSHIP
VALDORA, JOSEPH G $100,884 TRENTON CITY
DUDLEY, ANNE H $100,880 CHATHAMS SCHOOL DISTRICT
RIFICE, VINCENT $100,880 ATLANTIC CITY
HODGE, ROBERT J $100,874 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
WASILEWSKI, EDWARD J $100,872 WEST DEPTFORD TWP BD OF ED
KESHISHIAN, JOHN $100,848 NORTH BERGEN BD OF ED
PALESTIS, ERNEST $100,836 MORRIS HILLS REGIONAL DISTRICT
BUTLER, ANNE E $100,829 JERSEY CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
DESMOND, WILLIAM E $100,821 CAPE MAY CO TECHNICAL SCH DIST
MARCELL, KENNETH $100,820 NEWARK CITY
REED, BRUCE P $100,811 BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP
TUBBS, CHARLES B $100,803 WEST CALDWELL TOWNSHIP
VERNOTICA, GERALD J $100,796 WASHINGTON TWP BD ED (MORRIS)
ATCHISON, DOUGLAS $100,792 MADISON BOROUGH
CILIENTO, ROBERT $100,789 POINT PLEASANT BORO BD OF ED
JANZEKOVICH, ROBERT J $100,782 EAST BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP
MEINDERS, RONALD $100,771 STAFFORD TOWNSHIP BD OF ED
FURDA, RICHARD E $100,761 PLAINSBORO TOWNSHIP
DAINO, DANIEL $100,751 NORTH BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP
GORAB, KENNETH $100,749 CARLSTADT BOROUGH BD OF ED
LOTOWYCZ, LORRAINE H $100,723 BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REG SCH DIS
KILLION, KEITH D $100,716 RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE
GREFF, LEON J $100,707 PASSAIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
GAWRONSKI, JOHN M $100,699 KEARNY TOWN
JENSEN, NORMAN E $100,698 EDISON TOWNSHIP
FARRINGTON, JOHN J $100,691 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
MARINO, MICHAEL $100,682 CRESSKILL BOROUGH
AHRLICH, DIETER $100,677 RIDGEFIELD PARK VILLAGE
FAILLA, FRANKLI $100,669 PASSAIC COUNTY
MALANKA, THOMAS A $100,622 SECAUCUS TOWN
CALLAGHAN, EDWARD J $100,614 KEAN UNIVERSITY
MARTORANO, MARILYN $100,604 GARFIELD CITY BD OF ED
BARBATO, GUY F $100,604 UNION TWP BOARD OF ED (UNION)
IMPREVEDUTO, PATRICK $100,594 SECAUCUS TOWN BD OF ED
LUCIA, WILLIAM P $100,589 MONMOUTH COUNTY/HALL OF RECORDS
BIERBAUM, CRAIG J $100,565 UNION TOWNSHIP (UNION)
GAYNOR, ROBERT E $100,565 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
FULLER, GEORGE J $100,562 ROSELLE BOROUGH
BAMBACH, EDWARD J $100,531 NJ EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AUTH
HOLINKA, JOHN A $100,509 JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPT.
CODEY, ROBERT H $100,495 CRIMINAL JUSTICE
JACKSON, DENNIS $100,487 MIDDLETOWN TWP BD OF ED
DREHER, STEVEN J $100,476 HOWELL TOWNSHIP
MOTT, JOAN L $100,474 UNEMPLOYMENT INCOME SECURITY
BREITKOPF, HERMAN L $100,467 TRENTON-JUDICIAL
KERWIN, GEOFFREY J $100,463 MIDDLESEX COUNTY
OWENS, PATRICK J $100,453 SOUTH BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP
COSTELLO, JOSEPH J $100,446 RIDGEFIELD BORO BD OF ED
MANZELLA, CHARLES $100,446 NEWARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
RAMOS, JOSEPH $100,440 GUTTENBERG BORO BD OF ED
GONZALEZ, DONALD S $100,439 MONTCLAIR TOWNSHIP
ARCHER, JOSEPH $100,411 ENGLEWOOD CITY
MORAN, JUDITH A $100,374 FAIR LAWN BD OF ED
PARADISO, WILLIAM $100,369 TRENTON CITY
LEE, DONALD J $100,353 HACKENSACK CITY
GORE, GREGORY G $100,353 TRENTON CITY
WHITENER, SCOTT $100,353 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
PADO, KENNETH L $100,336 NORTH BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP
STEINBAUER, ERIKA H $100,329 RIVER EDGE BORO BD OF ED
LANDAU, ERIC $100,328 MARLBORO TOWNSHIP
SIDDIQUI, SHAHIDA $100,291 TRENTON PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
DAWSON, ROY J $100,284 CAMDEN CITY BD OF ED
CONSOLAZIO, JOSEPH $100,282 NJ SPORTS & EXPOSITION AUTH
SPANO, DOMINICK M $100,269 ELIZABETH CITY
BELL, HAROLD C $100,262 UNION TWP BOARD OF ED (UNION)
TARASZKIEWICZ, EVELYN $100,255 BAYONNE BOARD OF ED
LYNCH, CAROL L $100,254 WALDWICK BORO BD OF ED
CUBBY, ROBERT D $100,250 JERSEY CITY
MONGON, MARK R $100,245 LIVINGSTON BD OF ED
BARNSHAW, WILLI $100,244 EATONTOWN BOROUGH
SMITH, THOMAS S $100,238 JUDICIARY
DIAMOND, MICHAEL K $100,237 JUDICIARY
REMO, ELVIRA C $100,215 MARLBORO PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
GERDING, STEVEN C $100,214 TOMS RIVER_TOWNSHIP
BARTOLOTTO, PHILIP J $100,214 PATERSON CITY
IPPOLITO, PATRICK J $100,213 KEAN UNIVERSITY
PAGLIONE, ALBERT J $100,212 MERCER COUNTY
DAVIS, DAVID K $100,182 EDISON TOWNSHIP
KIRSCHNER, MARVIN $100,169 UNIV. OF MEDICINE & DENTISTRY
EMISON, GERALD $100,166 NORTHERN VALLEY REG H S DIST
MECKA, EDWARD J $100,161 HOBOKEN CITY
GITTELMAN, VIRGINIA $100,148 HILLSBOROUGH TWP BD OF ED
BENDL, BRIAN F $100,138 PASSAIC COUNTY
MAI, ANTHONY $100,126 NORTH HUDSON REG FIRE & RESCUE
CAMPBELL, EUGENE C $100,118 NEWARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
BROWN, GLENN L $100,109 PASSAIC COUNTY
HERVEY, STEVEN J $100,104 FORT LEE BOROUGH
MCCLOSKEY, GREGORY R $100,098 MULTIPLE
ALDERISIO, SAMU $100,056 MAHWAH TOWNSHIP
FIUMEFREDDO, MICHAEL R $100,025 BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP
VACCARINO, MARGARET $100,025 RUTHERFORD BORO BD OF ED
GATTONI, LEO C $100,018 NORTH BERGEN BD OF ED
PIZZELANTI, JOSEPH $100,010 JERSEY CITY

 

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101 Comments

  1. POSTED BY Right of Center  |  April 05, 2012 @ 1:49 pm

    It’s smarmy to blame (and print the names of) the people getting the lavish benefits. You have to blame the politicians who give them such contracts.

    Why are there about 6 times more names on Baristanet than on the Watchdog site?

  2. POSTED BY stayhyphy  |  April 05, 2012 @ 1:53 pm

    Sickening. No different than the unions bankrupting the autos with off market pensions. There is zero reason to pay or promise a pension, it is simply not market.

  3. POSTED BY Debbie Galant  |  April 05, 2012 @ 1:57 pm

    ROC, this is the full list. You were probably looking at the list of people who started receiving their pensions before the age of 50.

  4. POSTED BY Kristin  |  April 05, 2012 @ 1:57 pm

    I rarely agree with RoC, but he’s right.

    If any of these people actually “gamed” the system, then they should be called on it. But if the system allows for the payouts (like accumulating sick days), it’s not the employees fault for accepting those terms.

    In fact, it is those who decide to take “sick days” on sunny, warm spring days that are actually gaming the system. And who hasn’t done that? (I did. Once. In 1998.)

  5. POSTED BY Mrs Martta  |  April 05, 2012 @ 2:03 pm

    I agree that the blame falls on the politicians who created this mess and indirectly, the people who voted them in. And continue to vote them in.

  6. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 05, 2012 @ 2:25 pm

    I haven’t taken a sick day in as long as I can remember. Which admittedly may not be very long.

    I disagree about the names. The people who throw up their hands and blame “the politicians” for handing them these very large sums are the ones who passively or actively support the unions that continue to make unconscionable demands on taxpayers. (I seem to recall something recently about teachers who bitched and moaned about accepting “only” a 1 or 2 percent raise recently.) I don’t buy the “hey, what can I do, he put his balls in my hand and asked me to squeeze” argument.

  7. POSTED BY jerseygurl  |  April 05, 2012 @ 2:38 pm

    I agree with ‘roo, there’s blame on both sides – especially when you have law abiding citizens like cops cramming their last few years on the force with as much OT as possible to pad their salaries so their pensions will be hire. The whole thing is out of whack. And maybe the more these kinds of numbers are published, the easier it’ll be for voters to see why their taxes continue to go up exponentially.

    I have nothing against public employees getting pensions, but there should be a reasonable retirement age at which one can start collecting benefits and it shouldn’t start with a 4. And the amount should be based on the base salary, not including over time. And if someone is fortunate enough to have not gotten ill much, that’s reward enough, there’s no need for a big additional pay out.

  8. POSTED BY raeven  |  April 05, 2012 @ 2:47 pm

    So people who only worked 25 years are getting paid more by not working than I’ll ever get by continuing to work for 40+ years. And since these are public jobs my taxes go to help pay for their retirement? Fabulous.

  9. POSTED BY mike 91  |  April 05, 2012 @ 2:48 pm

    The pensions in this story are indefensible. Laws should be written that prohibit abuses like double-dipping and extremely early retirement ages. A pension is supposed to be retirement benefit, not a second paycheck that requires no work.

    But I would also bring up that 1244 people is probably a very small percentage of union government employees. Teachers, fireman, and police very often take their jobs knowing that the pay is low, but the benefits (especially retirement benefits) are good. Its fine to say that they should have 401ks like the rest of us, but you have to remember that half of those contributions are paid for by the employee.

  10. POSTED BY grewupinmtc  |  April 05, 2012 @ 2:51 pm

    I can’t speak for other towns or the state but MPD and MFd pensions are based on base salary, no other monies are factored in.

  11. POSTED BY jerseygurl  |  April 05, 2012 @ 2:55 pm

    Well, Mike. 401k’s like the rest of us? I think pensions and 401k’s are becoming less common, especially in small companies. I work for a company with no 401k, pension, or any plan. My husband has a 401k with NO match. According to my Vanguard calculator, a $1mm nest egg will enable me to have about $40k a year.

  12. POSTED BY willjames  |  April 05, 2012 @ 2:56 pm

    These pensions are funded by the (larger) pool of currently-employed public employees, correct? Just making sure that I understand who has the greatest claim on being “outraged” here.

  13. POSTED BY stayhyphy  |  April 05, 2012 @ 3:08 pm

    Absent being bullied by union thugs very very few private employers would provide pensions. I agree with another post that perhaps 401Ks (maybe, maybe … small % match??) should be offered instead. Not too much to ask for state employees to help out the taxpayers in funding their retirement.

  14. POSTED BY kyle41181  |  April 05, 2012 @ 3:18 pm

    Pension benefits for law enforcement officers & firefighters in New Jersey are funded by the pension system to which the officer belongs. Most state, county, and municipal law enforcement & firefighters are members of the Police and Firemen’s Retirement System. Some state, county and municipal law enforcement officers are members of the Public Employees’ Retirement System. State troopers belong to the State Police Retirement System. All three pension systems are administered by the Division of Pensions in the Department of the Treasury. The total amount of benefits will depend on the officer’s salary at the time of retirement(blending of last 3yrs) and years on the job.

    Please review here for the rules:

    http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/pensions/pdf/sc0853-pers-tpaf-tier-chart.pdf

    For Teachers, review TPAF on the .pdf attached

  15. POSTED BY HCKid  |  April 05, 2012 @ 3:19 pm

    Is it ok to engage in class warfare on public employees? These people took jobs a long time ago and fulfilled their commitments. They should neither be ashamed or embarrassed by taking what was promised them for their service. Many of these people were dedicated to their communities and worked far more than 40 hours a week, but hey why should they be able to take the pensions that were promised them.

    If you were to attack some corporate CEO for making millions of dollars some here would scream CLASS WARFARE, how dare you attack people for being successful. But i guess if you’ve worked 25 years fulfilled your commitments and do ok you can be attacked.

  16. POSTED BY kyle41181  |  April 05, 2012 @ 3:26 pm

    As for funding:

    http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/pensions/epbam/exhibits/handbook/persbook.pdf

    Funding
    The funds used to pay benefits come from three sources: employer contributions, employee contributions, and investment income from those contributions. All contributions not required or current operations are invested by the State Division of Investment.

    http://www.nj.gov/treasury/pensions/epbam/finance/persapprop.htm

    http://www.nj.gov/treasury/pensions/epbam/exhibits/pdf/2012-pers-billing-revised-78.pdf

    Employee Contributions are different per Fund:

    Employees contribute to these plans at a fixed rate that varies by system.

    The rate of employer contributions are variable from year to year. The determination of an employer’s annual contribution to this type of plan is a complex procedure in which the system actuary plays a vital role. Essentially, the employer is responsible for filling the gap between the funds needed to meet the retirement system obligations and those available from employee contributions and investment earnings on system assets.

    Each year, the actuary issues a comprehensive valuation report for each of the State’s defined benefit plans. The report shows the financial condition of the plan as of the valuation date and gives the basis for determining the appropriations payable by the participating employers for the plan year. This report is generated using a set of actuarial assumptions to forecast the pension systems’ liabilities and the employers’ annual funding requirement. These assumptions, which cover such things as mortality, expected salary increases, and rates of retirement and withdrawal from the system, are approved by the Boards of Trustees and updated every three years based on actual system experience.

    http://www.nj.gov/treasury/pensions/epbam/pensions/funding1.htm

  17. POSTED BY grewupinmtc  |  April 05, 2012 @ 3:27 pm

    Mike just about all of the contributions for the last 20 years have been paid by public employees. The tax payer hasn’t been on “the hook” for a very long time.

    You can blame the Gov. for the record number of police/fire/teachers retiring in thier 40′s. They would have paid into the system for many more years and would have collected far less. CC created this Public v Private civil war and now he sits back and watches inplode.

  18. POSTED BY Right of Center  |  April 05, 2012 @ 3:27 pm

    “The people who throw up their hands and blame “the politicians” for handing them these very large sums are the ones who passively or actively support the unions that continue to make unconscionable demands on taxpayers.”

    And this automatically means all those listed are the hand thrower uppers?

    If you want to print the names of the politicians who agreed to such benefits and/or the union leaders or negotiators pushing for them, you’re on solid ground. But to implicate some kind of wrongdoing on the part of people who are only fully exercising written agreements is wrongheaded and not productive.

  19. POSTED BY grewupinmtc  |  April 05, 2012 @ 3:30 pm

    implode?

  20. POSTED BY kyle41181  |  April 05, 2012 @ 3:40 pm

    grewupinmtc,

    Your wrong. Local municipalities have been funding a % of their employees pensions since 2003. I posted a link to it above. Here it is again:

    http://www.nj.gov/treasury/pensions/epbam/finance/persapprop.htm

    It is the State that has only made a few payments over the past 20 years.

    Also, few account for loses that these Pension Funds took on their investments. Many Pension funds took severe haircuts in the financial meltdown in 08′ Google it!

  21. POSTED BY herbeverschmel  |  April 05, 2012 @ 3:49 pm

    It’s disgraceful that people sat back ignored the problem and continually elected politicians to the legislature and other offices that negotiate with the unions that bargain against the best interest of the public that pays them, then whine like babies when they are cashing in.
    I don’t blame the people listed I blame you, the people that continued to elect the power brokers that gave away the shop on your dime.
    One of the people listed in the top of the list was a teacher of mine that I’ve known for years and can tell you was useless but he could be spotted at every political event clapping away and cutting support checks and look where it got him. I don’t blame him. Shame on you. Keep electing these people, its worked out so well.

  22. POSTED BY herbeverschmel  |  April 05, 2012 @ 3:55 pm

    Look where the majority of these pension are paid. In cities that are in financial mess and are supported by many of the suburban communities around them. T Heck, Trenton can’t even rub 2 nickles together but they lead the league in 100K pensions. A disgrace , a got darn disgrace. Once again, I don’t blame those on the list and it’s unfortunate that you chose to list the names. Two weeks from now people on here will be whining that teachers and police don’t get paid. Of course they don’t the bucks go to union bosses and bloated administrations.

  23. POSTED BY Tudlow  |  April 05, 2012 @ 4:00 pm

    I, too, think it’s distasteful to publish the names. It gives the sense that this is a witch-hunt.

  24. POSTED BY kyle41181  |  April 05, 2012 @ 4:05 pm

    None of these people actually negotiated the contracts. Their Unions hired lawyers and negotiators to do it. Members just vote the contract up or down.

  25. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 05, 2012 @ 4:16 pm

    I don’t know where NJ Watchdog got the info. They said “from a Treasury database,” but was this stolen, leaked, or culled from public sources? I don’t know. Certainly if it was stolen data, it would add to the bitter taste, I agree. But if it’s from sources that are public already, packaging it into a handy-dandy list and publishing it is fair game.

    The substance is without doubt an outrage, truly–that a police director retired at age 47 with a pension equal to his salary and was promptly hired back.

  26. POSTED BY herbeverschmel  |  April 05, 2012 @ 4:21 pm

    “Giving money and power to government is like giving whiskey and car keys to teenage boys” -PJ O’Rourke

  27. POSTED BY Right of Center  |  April 05, 2012 @ 4:25 pm

    What’s the public value in publishing the names walleroo? It seems only to brand them as “gamers”. You could probably find public information about the address of politicians, or climate researchers you disagree with, is it smarmy for their opponents to publish that information?

  28. POSTED BY Spiro T. Quayle  |  April 05, 2012 @ 4:27 pm

    Indeed, herb – when we need to knock off the next Osama Bin Laden, we’ll demand the gubmint do it on the cheap – with the bare minimum of “money and power”. PJ O’Rourke will approve. That should be amusing. Happy Easter.

  29. POSTED BY herbeverschmel  |  April 05, 2012 @ 4:28 pm

    I personally knew another person on that list. They have been dead for 2 years.

  30. POSTED BY herbeverschmel  |  April 05, 2012 @ 4:29 pm

    Hey Spiro, haha..longtime.

    It surely hasn’t been a banner few weeks for Maobama. You know the Constitutional scholar that doesn’t know the function of the Supreme Court.

  31. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 05, 2012 @ 4:42 pm

    A cop, say, who retires at full salary because he or she works overtime for a solid year before retiring to jack up the pension is gaming the system, ROC, regardless of whether everyone does it or not. The scandal, in fact, is that it’s not a scandal. Publishing the names makes it seem more scandalous. Which is fine, because that’s what it is.

    The police chief who retires fully intending to take his same job back so he can double dip is doing something shameful, regardless of the approval and cooperation and rationalizing he may get from his peers, supervisors, neighborhood politicians, union reps, etc etc. I don’t think a bit of shaming is wildly off base here.

  32. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 05, 2012 @ 4:43 pm

    I don’t mean to pick on cops, btw. I happen to think that they should be paid well.

  33. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 05, 2012 @ 4:43 pm

    As should teachers and fire fighters.

  34. POSTED BY Spiro T. Quayle  |  April 05, 2012 @ 4:44 pm

    yo, herb, Obama’s just kickin’ back and mouthin’ off like an ordinary ‘merican, my friend.

    Sort of like that yellow “don’t tread on me ” flag, except without the tea bags hanging from the porch out there in the White House Rose Garden.

  35. POSTED BY Right of Center  |  April 05, 2012 @ 5:01 pm

    “A cop, say, who retires at full salary because he or she works overtime for a solid year before retiring to jack up the pension is gaming the system, ROC, regardless of whether everyone does it or not. The scandal, in fact, is that it’s not a scandal. Publishing the names makes it seem more scandalous. Which is fine, because that’s what it is.”

    Ohhh. All those 1200 listed did that? How do you know? I’m curious.

  36. POSTED BY jcunningham  |  April 05, 2012 @ 5:15 pm

    “the function of the Supreme Court”

    —please herb, lecture us more, particularly on the “function” of this court of supremes—but remember that your answer may get you strip searched!

  37. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 05, 2012 @ 5:20 pm

    Sorry, I must have missed the line that said “here is a list of people who are gaming the system.”

  38. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 05, 2012 @ 5:43 pm

    No comeback, ROC? I guess I killed the beast.

    If there’s anything else I can do to bring you and Tudlow together, please let me know.

  39. POSTED BY stayhyphy  |  April 05, 2012 @ 5:56 pm

    Herb, Obama understands very well how the justice system works. He is simply making a BET. His pandering to the most ignorant part of society hoping for a net gain in support. It is a backhanded way of saying “the bad republicans are going to take away your healthcare that I so triumphantly brought you via ACA” Tactical play on emotions vs intelligence.

    Also Obama did teach constitutional law, but not how one would think. He taught constitutional law basically from a community activist perspective on how to exploit weaknesses particularly in the 14th amendment.

  40. POSTED BY Spiro T. Quayle  |  April 05, 2012 @ 6:15 pm

    Unlikely theory, stayhyphy. Although you do seem to present is as some kind of air tight factual analysis.

    A very considerable number of those who qualify as the “most ignorant part of society” have been spending much of the last year voting for Bachmann, Perry, Santorum & Co. in the primaries, and would basically ignore anything the President says at any time.

    After all, they don’t trust him in any way, shape or form. He seems different, almost like some kind of scary foreigner, or some kind of” wolf in sheep’s clothing” or “having the bloodline” of a terrorist ( that last two quotes were actual quotes from folks at a Palin rally in 2008).

  41. POSTED BY cathar  |  April 05, 2012 @ 7:56 pm

    Here’s a workable theory for both politics and philosophy: any thread which has three (or more, alas) comments by Spiro T. should automatically be rated as way too “deep” for the rest of us and shunned.

  42. POSTED BY kit schackner  |  April 05, 2012 @ 8:17 pm

    Cathar, get back on your broomstick and return to Clifton.

  43. POSTED BY deadeye  |  April 05, 2012 @ 8:20 pm

    I guess you CAN pee on someone’s back and tell them it’s raining. Look no farther to find a perfect example of what is truly wrong with our state and our system. Just keep making the promises and writing the checks with taxpayer’s money and the system will perpetuate itself until it no longer can. These people complain that they are being taken advantage of by corporate America. What a joke.

  44. POSTED BY deadeye  |  April 05, 2012 @ 8:27 pm

    They can all go to hell…

  45. POSTED BY deadeye  |  April 05, 2012 @ 8:30 pm

    Good posts Herb…

  46. POSTED BY oliver  |  April 05, 2012 @ 8:56 pm

    A current Mtc. principal is on the list…the name just jumped out at me. And I guess Alvarez will be on there as soon as he retires from Mtc. to go to Rye. I know it’s legal, but it still seems wrong.

  47. POSTED BY croiagusanam  |  April 05, 2012 @ 9:21 pm

    Let’s get this money back!

    Then, let’s go after these freeloaders:

    http://www.military.com/benefits/content/military-pay/the-military-retirement-system.html

    And good to see cathar, the human turd in the punchbowl, checking in.

  48. POSTED BY Debbie Galant  |  April 05, 2012 @ 9:23 pm

    Walleroo, all the pension information is listed publicly on the state’s Transparency Center website. Lagerkvist simply mined it, looking for pensions over $100K, and supplemented with OPRA requests.

  49. POSTED BY kit schackner  |  April 05, 2012 @ 10:23 pm

    Printing the names is fair game. Public servants must accept that their salaries and pensions are part of the public record, even if it takes an OPRA request to obtain the information.

    Am I crazy to think that pensions should only be accessed when the recipient is fully retired or disabled, and that if someone is continuing to draw a full salary in some other line of work, they should not be eligible for their pension until they have no other source of income?

  50. POSTED BY frobnitz  |  April 05, 2012 @ 10:32 pm

    I’m wondering what my husband did wrong. After 33 years with the Bloomfield Police Department retiring at the rank of patrol officer, his pension is only $36,000 per year. Perhaps we missed something along the way? Please people, don’t lose sight of the fact that there are thousands of hardworking cops, firefighters and educators who plod along for decades doing an honest job day in and day out.

  51. POSTED BY croiagusanam  |  April 05, 2012 @ 10:56 pm

    No kit, you’re not crazy. Collecting a pension while holding an “interim” gig at $800 to $1000 a day is absurd.

    But bear in mind, the average civil service pension in NJ is under 30K.

    But hell, some of these folks should have stayed in the private sector, run a company into the ground, and taken 50 mil to walk away!

  52. POSTED BY jerseygurl  |  April 05, 2012 @ 10:56 pm

    Frobnitz, our whole concept of retirement is going to change when people in the private sector realize that in order to have $30k a year for 35 years they need to have about a million dollars in savings. And that doesn’t include the health insurance which is worth another $25k per year. Everyone thinks they deserve to have a decent retirement, and they should, but for most of us that’s not going to be a reality. I don’t know what the answer is, but I think the days of public employees retiring at 50 are over and when the current generation of people with tiny 401k’s realize a million doesn’t go far, it’s going to get ugly.

  53. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 05, 2012 @ 11:00 pm

    Am I crazy to think that pensions should only be accessed when the recipient is fully retired or disabled, and that if someone is continuing to draw a full salary in some other line of work, they should not be eligible for their pension until they have no other source of income?

    Pensions should not start in full until age 62, or 65, or perhaps the retiree could be given the option of taking it earlier at a lower rate. Certainly no full pensions at 47 while the person continues in the same job. That is a travesty wrapped in a mockery.

  54. POSTED BY croiagusanam  |  April 05, 2012 @ 11:05 pm

    ‘roo, retirees from the teachers union receive their pensions based on years in the system. So the longer they stay, the more they’ll get. They do not receive the much-ballyhooed medical for life until they have 25 years in. So, assuming one was 25 when he/she began, 50 is when they could leave and get the goodied. That has, of course, recently changed.

    I think that the real skunk is the practice of retiring, collecting a pension, and taking an interim job at the same level, thereby collecting the pension and the interim salary.

    I say that, of course, as one who wishes he could do it!

  55. POSTED BY hobbes  |  April 05, 2012 @ 11:47 pm

    Since when is overtime pensionable for public employees in NJ? Also, isn’t overtime mandatory in public safety? I’m sure most cops coming off a 12 hour tour would rather go home than get stuck with another shift. The grass is always greener.

  56. POSTED BY grewupinmtc  |  April 06, 2012 @ 9:18 am

    Question, Is it double dipping if you recieve a pension in the public sector and you have a job in the private sector?

  57. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 06, 2012 @ 9:39 am

    The whole idea of double dipping is obscene, period. Why should anyone collect a pension at all when they’re still of working age and healthy? Why does a 47 year old need a pension? They don’t. It’s indefensible.

  58. POSTED BY grewupinmtc  |  April 06, 2012 @ 9:49 am

    So if you earn a pension in the private sector and you get another job in the private sector that is similar, is that double dipping?

  59. POSTED BY cathar  |  April 06, 2012 @ 9:55 am

    And the bowl I’d most like to dump in, croiagusanam, is your steaming hot bowl of McCann’s steel-cut oats right before you dig into your usual helping of peasant food.

    But y’all have as happy an Easter or Passover as possible anyway. If you get really bored because there’ll likel be few posters here this weekend, you can aoways chew on the roof of your thatched cottage or the peat you use for a cooking fire.

  60. POSTED BY Howard Beale  |  April 06, 2012 @ 9:56 am

    My current job provides no pension, but two past jobs did. I worked at one company for 13 years and will receive about $200/month and another job held 15 years will provide $800/month. Is that double dipping? It’s a far cry from public sector pensions.

  61. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 06, 2012 @ 9:57 am

    Those jobs don’t exist in the private sector, grewupinmtc. You can’t even get a defined benefit pension at all. They’ve been replaced by 401(k)s.

  62. POSTED BY grewupinmtc  |  April 06, 2012 @ 10:05 am

    Wow roo if thats the case you better call my boss on my partime job in the private sector. Because even as a part time worker I have a defined pension plan in this private sector job, AND I don’t contribute to it AND its based not only on my base salary but also any overtime I work AND I can collect it at 55.

  63. POSTED BY Spiro T. Quayle  |  April 06, 2012 @ 10:07 am

    The same holiday season wishes to you, cathar.
    I’m sure the Seder participants among the B’net community will be reminded of you when they bite down hard into their bitter herbs and start gasping and sneezing.

  64. POSTED BY cathar  |  April 06, 2012 @ 10:08 am

    And walleroo, while it’s interesting and commendable to see you dropping your usual affability in some posts above, I hope you also agree that the issue of pensions is a complicated one, and that people who retire at, say, your cited age of 47 may have a perfectly good reason for doing so. Throwing everyone’s name out there who makes more than $100,000 in pension funds (and on a web site which elsewhere celebrates expensive local restaurants, the ones that folks relying on Social Security generally can’t afford) is somewhat unfair. We have no idea of the individual circumstances of the pensioners listed above. We don’t even know either their ages or what they actually did for their employers.

    So the virtual lynch mob that was rumbling above should stand down until, at the very least, more details become available. If in fact they are available.

    So much is comparative, after all. 50 years ago $100,000 a year sounded like an impossible-to-achieve figure for most folks. Now…well, let’s say it wouldn’t at all be a bad idea to see the “First Annual Baristanet Which Poster Earns What Salary Survey” here. Especially given how much time so many posters have to post (or translate stuff into Italian). It would also be interesting to learn which if any posters are themselves in fact civil servants of any kind. I’m betting none. But such a gap clearly leads above to mock (and maybe not so so mock but perhaps misplaced) outrage.

  65. POSTED BY cathar  |  April 06, 2012 @ 10:16 am

    The bitterness (draped in a jaunty prose style) of croiagusanam so evident towards those with whom he, uh, “disagrees” will more than compensate for any bitterness tasted at a Seder for religious reasons, Spiro.

    But I suspect even you would shy from having him at your own Passover celebrations. Lest his cranky, preening presence finally precipitate the return of Elijah and in a bad mood at that.

    I’ll stick to lamb chops in chili sauce and coated in a pistachio crust, thank you very much, since I suspect croiagusanam’s mere presence at an event guarantees the necessity of refillings of the punchbowl.

    Nevertheless, a good Paschal celebration to you, Spiro.

  66. POSTED BY jerseygurl  |  April 06, 2012 @ 10:23 am

    I’ve been working for 25 years and early on in my career the defined benefit plans were swapped for 401k plans. Many smaller companies dont even have those anymore, such as my current employer. And the ones that do don’t really offer much in the way of generous matches anymore.

    So to answer your question, grewup, most people now have their own retirement accounts. And most of those are invested in the stock and bond markets (you can rollover a 401k into your own investments choices when you leave a company but while you are there you have to invest in the portfolio the employer has chosen). The average worker doesn’t even come close to being able to draw $20k a year for 30 years. A lot of recent or soon to be retirees still have some kind of defined benefit, like Howard. In another decade that will no longer be the case.

    If the Republicans get their way and decimate Social Security and Medicare it’s going to get really ugly. And even now, people in their early 50′s have to wait until they are 67 to get full Social Security benefits which currently max out at 2,400 a month.

    So even for people like myself, who support unions and think people should have pensions, seeing people retire at 47 and double dip seems unfair. And we know it’s just not sustainable to pay someone a salary for 25 years and then pay most of that salary for not working for another 40.

    For many people, retirement will soon no longer be a possibility.

  67. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 06, 2012 @ 10:30 am

    Until more details become available? Like which ones. We already know that public pensions are an anachronism. Let’s put aside for a moment the fact that defined benefit pensions are like hen’s teeth in the private sector. There is no reason at all why an employee with 25 years experience should not vest in his or her pension at the tender age of 47 and retire. What is indefensible is that this healthy 47 year old should begin receiving full payouts immediately. The person can work, what does he need a pension for? That full payouts would make while the employee continues at his or her job is nothing short of obscene. It’s a rip off and a scandal. Drawing this conclusion does not require “more detail.”

  68. POSTED BY Right of Center  |  April 06, 2012 @ 10:31 am

    So what if a person lower down on the food chain takes retirement and needs to supplement their 40K of pension per year with a job? Double dipping? Or perhaps we’ll have some kind of government panel which decides who needs it and who doesn’t?

    Should someone who retires in the private sector who takes social security and payouts from their 401K be allowed to work?

    I find it strange that we should want to punish work. More work, makes a more productive society. If someone is drawing a pension and working (and paying taxes) and creating value added products or services, they are contributing to economic growth more than someone taking the same pension and producing nothing.

  69. POSTED BY Mrs Martta  |  April 06, 2012 @ 10:38 am

    I have a 401K as well but ever since the recession hit, my employer no longer matches contributions. I also have an IRA but realistically, even with these things combined, I will probably have to work until my bones turn to dust. Maybe not work full-time, but do something.

    I agree with Gurl…double-dipping seems unfair to me. That being said, I don’t think it’s fair to blame one political party for the mess we’re in. Both have been complicit in creating the situation we see today.

  70. POSTED BY grewupinmtc  |  April 06, 2012 @ 10:40 am

    You can blame CC for all the 40 somethings retiring. In 2010 79 NJ F/Fs in thier 40′s retired. In 2011 after CC lied to the Police and Fire over 7000 NJ F/Fs in their 40s retired. The Average F/F only lives 7 years into retirement. But after what CC did you can bet the average will jump because all those F/F retiring out of fear of losing what they would have lost if they worked any longer. If I had my time in I would have left too.

  71. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 06, 2012 @ 10:48 am

    My previous employer was one of the last places to offer defined benefit pensions. If you worked there for 40 years for an average salary of $100k a year for your last five years and retired, at the age of 62 you could expect to receive about $40k a year, without medical benefits. To get $100k you would have had to have been making $250k a year. If you retired at age 47, you would have to wait 18 years to begin getting the monthly checks.

    And that’s if you’re lucky enough to have a defined benefits pension. My current employer offers none. It does match the first 5 percent of 401k contributions, for which I am grateful.

    Compare this to a public employee retiring at 47 with a pension, paid immediately, of $100k a year from a job that apparently only paid $120k in the first place, and you begin to get an idea of how lavish these public pensions are. By the time the employee reaches retirement age at 65, he’s received about $2 million in pension payments, versus zero for the private sector pensioner.

  72. POSTED BY jerseygurl  |  April 06, 2012 @ 10:49 am

    More work is great, ROC. But I think we all know that the age at which people can collect any kind of defined benefit will continue to go up. And it’s somewhat dishonest to “retrire” at 47 just to be able to collect accrued benefits only to take the same job back a year later to collect a salry on top of the benefits and accrue even more benefits. So is the practice of being a “disabled” LIRR employee. Or the NYC police who tack on as much OT as possible in the last 3 years. newer contracts will have to have a minimum age and not just minimum number of years worked. like my husband’s union which doesn’t give partial pension pay outs unit 62 and full payouts until 65. I’d say that’s more incentive to keep working than my friend who retired at age 50 from a public sector job in CA and gloats about never having to work again.

  73. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 06, 2012 @ 10:53 am

    There’s a simple solution, ROC: nobody gets a check until they’re 65. (Or 62 or 67, whatever.) That maintains the incentive to work, and it’s fair.

  74. POSTED BY Right of Center  |  April 06, 2012 @ 11:00 am

    I agree with that walleroo.

  75. POSTED BY grewupinmtc  |  April 06, 2012 @ 11:06 am

    I feel it is double dipping if you retire from a public sector job drive around the block and start working the same job. Am I double dipping because I’m earning a pension from both public and private jobs that I have? Now if you strip the police and fire from thier pensions does that mean they can collect thier SS in full. I have all my time from the private sector jobs I’ve worked at over the years but because I’m a F/F I cannot collect full SS.

    Roo there are private sector jobs out there still that offer pensions (the one I have). From what I’ve heard speaking with PSE&G workers they have a great pension package, heck of a lot better then any Police and Fire. Who pays them? every one that turns on a light.

    How many of the 100K plus pensions are in thier 40s? Not too many I bet.

  76. POSTED BY kit schackner  |  April 06, 2012 @ 11:13 am

    One more wrinkle to this discussion is the increasing number of people who lose their jobs in their ’50′s and are not able to find new jobs — even, anecdotally, low paying jobs. Should they be denied their pensions because they’re too young? What do they do when the unemployment runs out?

    It’s a separate issue from 47 year old public workers retiring on full pension, and from public workers collecting 2 pensions, etc. But it’s a growing phenomenum which is under addressed.

  77. POSTED BY grewupinmtc  |  April 06, 2012 @ 11:20 am

    I can see it now, 65 yr old F/F or Police officer responding to a call gets to the scene grabs his or her chest and dies of a heart attack. Then thier family recieves 3.5 times thier salary and because it was in the line of duty they get an additional 100K on top of that, and thier spouse still recieves half of thier pension and Benies. Or should they make management positions for them until they are 65?

  78. POSTED BY Carl Bergmanson  |  April 06, 2012 @ 11:31 am

    This is a symptom of a much larger problem.

    We have created a system that allows those that benefit from offering a specific pension don’t have to bear the costs (monetary and political) of it. But someone does have to pay the cost – we the taxpayers – and the costs are unsustainable.

    What’s even worse, NJ Governors & the NJ State Legislature (representing both Political Syndicates) have been severely underfunding the Pension Fund for decades, so that it is now more than $100,000,000,000 short – again, someone will have to pay that – and that someone is you.

  79. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 06, 2012 @ 11:36 am

    If a worker has a documented health issue he or she can work as a crossing guard, or directing traffic, or picking up litter. If he chooses to retire instead, that’s fine, he can get a job in real estate, without the public subsidy thank you very much. First check comes at 65.

  80. POSTED BY jerseygurl  |  April 06, 2012 @ 11:40 am

    I love ‘roo when he gets tough. And he’s right. It’s broke, and it needs fixin’.

  81. POSTED BY raeven  |  April 06, 2012 @ 12:18 pm

    If anyone thinks a system that allows for double dipping and annual payouts of 100k a year is sustainable, just look to Greece to see what we can look forward to down the line.

  82. POSTED BY grewupinmtc  |  April 06, 2012 @ 12:34 pm

    If a police or fireman has a documented health issue that prevents them from doing the job they are put on a disability pension of 66% of their salary at any age.

  83. POSTED BY croiagusanam  |  April 06, 2012 @ 1:06 pm

    Good to see you dispensing with the pretense, cathar, and letting your full bigoted freak flag fly! “Peasant food”. “Thatched cottage”. Very nice!

    Good thing I’m not black or I’d get the Aunt Jemima and watermelon cracks.

    It’s been evident for so long that are a half-educated windbag, so the fact that you’re also a bigot comes as no surprise.

    Ah, but a good old fashioned CATHOLIC bigot!

  84. POSTED BY croiagusanam  |  April 06, 2012 @ 1:13 pm

    ‘roo, its not possible for a teacher to retire with a pension and medical benefits at 47.
    The formula is years of service divided by 55, times final average salary. The retiree must be 60 or older. For the medical benefits, he/she must have 25 years of service, minimum.

    Police and fire personnel retire at an earlier age, in large part I would imagine because of the physical nature of the work. I don’t want a 57 year old cop trying to run after a 20 year old perp, or a 56 year old fireman on the ladder.

    There have been changes to the system and, I agree, more need to made.

    Carl, I’m curious as to how you see pension receipants as not having to “bear the cost”. Are they not taxpayers, too?

  85. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 06, 2012 @ 1:20 pm

    Please don’t fog up my argument with facts, cro. And stop being so reasonable. Walleroo is getting VERY ANGRY!

  86. POSTED BY croiagusanam  |  April 06, 2012 @ 1:28 pm

    My bad!

    By the way, my McCann’s Oats have a peculiar taste to them today. I was just telling Mary and my 17 children that. Good thing I’m too drunk to care!

  87. POSTED BY Spiro T. Quayle  |  April 06, 2012 @ 1:34 pm

    cro, you better check outside the door, your flock of sheep are getting parking tickets.

  88. POSTED BY Carl Bergmanson  |  April 06, 2012 @ 1:35 pm

    Actually, Croiag, if you look again, you will see that I was referring to the people offering the benefits, not the recipients.

    And while they are probably also taxpayers, the rewards (financial and otherwise) that the individuals who are manipulating the state pension system reap from burdening future taxpayers (including, perhaps, themselves), are far greater and much more immediate than their relatively tiny individual share as a future taxpayer, assuming they still reside in state (or anywhere) as the bills come due.

  89. POSTED BY croiagusanam  |  April 06, 2012 @ 1:36 pm

    Soon as I finish slopping the pigs, Spiro. And then we’ve to get ready for Mass!

  90. POSTED BY croiagusanam  |  April 06, 2012 @ 1:38 pm

    I’m not sure that their “tiny” contribution is, when averaged out, and “tinier” than yours.

    I’m certainly not in favour of ANYONE “manipulating” the system, but i have absolutely no problem with someone who has earned a pension, and contributed towards it, collecting it.

    I think that the double dipping and the interim scams, however, should end immediately.

  91. POSTED BY bebopgun  |  April 06, 2012 @ 1:49 pm

    Methinks the $100k pensions won’t last too long. Just like private companies go belly up and hand their pensions to the federal pension guaranty corp, state & local govts will begin to do the same.

    Ask the good folks of Providence, RI & Jefferson County, AL how well their pensions plans are going.

    The party’s over, long live the party!!!

  92. POSTED BY Carl Bergmanson  |  April 06, 2012 @ 2:04 pm

    Cro -

    Once more:

    I was (pretty clearly – or so I thought) referring to the people offering the benefits, not the recipients.

  93. POSTED BY Howard Beale  |  April 06, 2012 @ 2:24 pm

    Roger Terry collects a pension as a retired deputy police chief and is now running for Essex County sheriff. If he wins, does he qualify for another pension?

  94. POSTED BY croiagusanam  |  April 06, 2012 @ 2:45 pm

    OK.

    Once more: The people who “offer the benefits” are not taxpayers as well?

    Are they flown in from out of state?

  95. POSTED BY Carl Bergmanson  |  April 06, 2012 @ 5:03 pm

    As I said:

    And while they are probably also taxpayers, the rewards (financial and otherwise) that the individuals who are manipulating the state pension system reap from burdening future taxpayers (including, perhaps, themselves), are far greater and much more immediate than their relatively tiny individual share as a future taxpayer, assuming they still reside in state (or anywhere) as the bills come due.

    Even if their relative share of the eventual bill is the same as everyone else’s, everyone else did not benefit from their actions in the way that they did – if some elected or appointed official is getting $500,000 of benefit by giving away $4,000,000 of the taxpayer’s future funds, I doubt he’d be too concerned that he is one of the 4 million taxpayers who is “on the hook” for it – he’s still ahead $499,999.

  96. POSTED BY croiagusanam  |  April 06, 2012 @ 5:57 pm

    Nor did “they” pay into it. So why should they benefit?

    How is the elected or appointed official getting this 500K benefit? Are you saying they’re paid off? All of them? That’s a stretch.

    “We” are all on the hook for actions and decisions made by elected officials. Local ones, state ones, and national ones. You’re assuring one and all that these nefarious officials reap a “benefit” from agreeing to these pension deals. I don’t share your propensity to paint with such a broad brush, but then we’ll just have to agree to disagree, I guess.

  97. POSTED BY willjames  |  April 06, 2012 @ 10:14 pm

    Speaking of costs to taxpayers and other innocent life-forms, how about that Xanadu, eh? And check it out—-it even “double dipped” in its own charming way: not only costing NJ taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars, but also leaving the NJ public employees pension fund with a $4.5 million capital loss:

    http://www.northjersey.com/news/112144579_Xanadu_cost__N_J__pensions__millions_earlier_.html?scpromo=1

  98. POSTED BY Carl Bergmanson  |  April 06, 2012 @ 10:47 pm

    How is the elected or appointed official getting this 500K benefit? Are you saying they’re paid off? All of them? That’s a stretch.

    No, that is not what I’m saying at all. It’s not the illegal corruption that’s bankrupting us, it’s the perfectly legal corruption.

    There are many ways to benefit – for example:

    If throwing an extra $4 million of future taxpayer’s cash helps him get the campaign cash and/or party support that hee needs to get re-elected to another 4 year term, at $125,000 a year – there you go.

    or

    If throwing an extra $4 million of future taxpayer’s cash ingratiates him with folks who will hire him when he “retires” from his public gig, that’s probably worth a lot more than $500,000.

    etc.

    There are also less nefarious examples. If throwing an extra $4 million of future taxpayer’s cash allows him/her to reduce his/her current budget by $500,000, that might be very attractive for public relations purposes, even though it’s a bad deal for the taxpayers.

    And it doesn’t need to be $500,000 – I used the $4 million/$500,00 ratio because the math is easy The math still works at $4 million/$500 – he’s still ahead $499.

    When you disconnect the spending of the money from the repayment of the money, bad things tend to happen.

  99. POSTED BY walleroo  |  April 07, 2012 @ 12:55 am

    I’m wondering what my husband did wrong. After 33 years with the Bloomfield Police Department retiring at the rank of patrol officer, his pension is only $36,000 per year.

    That’s a decent pension, frobnitz, especially if it includes health care. Add in social security and a little savings and that’s not a bad living. I hope you and your husband get to enjoy the reward of your hard work for many years.

  100. POSTED BY State Street Pete  |  April 07, 2012 @ 8:43 am

    Isn’t it standard practice to tell us the background of a writer when they show up for the first time? The source link is a start, but it seems odd not to give us a few lines explaining who Mark Lagerkvist is? It’s not like space is a concern for this particular story.

  101. POSTED BY mcdermott  |  June 30, 2012 @ 8:53 pm

    I know at least one person on this list is dead, I knew the man personally. If he was making over 100,000 a year in retirement it’s a pittance compared to what he contributed to the school he worked for AND BUILT!!! He was the most amazing man, gifted, talented, generous and created a wonderful school system from scratch. He more than deserved his pension.

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