There are 410,677 former state and local government workers in New York, not counting New York City, who received a total of nearly $10.7 billion in pensions from the state in the 2016-2017 fiscal year, according to data from the state comptroller obtained under the Freedom of Information Law. Nassau and Suffolk counties have the most former employees drawing a pension and account for the largest total amount of pension payments in the state system.
This database is based on former employees receiving payment under the New York State and Local Retirement System and as such does not include most part-time or seasonal employees who would not be eligible for pensions.
You can search and sort within this list of individuals, which is ranked now from highest to lowest paid for the most recent fiscal year, which ended on March 31. Or you can search a related database of 3,387 governmental units in New York State. You can read more here. This database was posted on Dec. 11, 2017.
|Name||Employer name||Amount||Date||Fiscal year||Pension group|
|Name COUSE, ROBERT F||Employer name Town of Pine Plains||Amount $4,269.84||Date 12/31/1999||Fiscal year 2016-2017||Pension group Police & Fire Retirement System|
|Name PINEDA, KAREN E||Employer name Town of Pine Plains||Amount $4,137.34||Date 01/20/2016||Fiscal year 2016-2017||Pension group Employee Retirement System|
|Name BAKER, WALTER J, JR||Employer name Town of Pine Plains||Amount $2,250.67||Date 10/31/2013||Fiscal year 2016-2017||Pension group Police & Fire Retirement System|
|Name NOONE, ANN C||Employer name Town of Pine Plains||Amount $583.73||Date 01/28/2012||Fiscal year 2016-2017||Pension group Employee Retirement System|
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