Twenty-three people no longer work for the Borough or the Board of Education, but still make more than $100,000 a year from state pensions.
Former police chiefs Richard Cary and Frederick Corrubia, along with former superintendents Janice Dime and James Montesano, are just a few of the names who made New Jersey Watchdog's list of retirees earning six-figure pensions.
Pension payments are about 7% of the Borough budget, administrator Joseph D'Arco said, noting that pensions are a product of state legislation. The majority of the 23 pensioners on the New Jersey Watchdog list are retired police officers.
The three Board of Education retirees on the list are all former superintendents. Dime resigned after contaminated soil was found at .
Montesano for a superintendent job in Nyack. They both retired from the New Jersey Teachers' Pension and Annuity Fund.
However, they can still work at positions outside of NJTPAF and receive their pension, business administrator Steven Cea said.
The full list of six-figure pensioners is below.
Borough:Name Annual Pension Richard Cary $138,628 Frederick Corrubia $132,375 James Sheehan $129,341 Kevin Smith $128,984 Claude Majcher $121,518 Edward Nekel $119,155 Ernest Windfuhr $117,777 Edward Sardineer $112,942 Robert Wright $108,513 Brian Smith $107,685 Philip Bellomo $107,195 Ronald O'Neill $107,176 Timothy Sullivan $106,796 Kenneth Wiren $104,433 Robert Revicki $104,163 Anthony Meyers $103,176 Thomas Delaney $102,365 Eric Kremer $102,076 Steven Mercer $101,947 Stephen Smirles $101,044
Board of Education:Name Annual Pension Janice Dime $136,085 Harry Galinski $131,621 James Montesano $127,925