I am going to explain to you the purpose of this section in order to provide you with a database of retired state and local public servants who have applied for or received an exemption that allows them to earn more than $30,000 a year as public servants while receiving their full salary. receive a pension I eat well.
Under certain circumstances, government pensions and payments may be waived to qualify for a dual pension waiver. For more information, see SeeThroughNY. 201 gives New York State the ability to create a database of retired state and local employees under the age of 65 who have applied for or received an exemption that allows them to earn more than $30,000 a year as government employees earn and at the same time receive a full state pension.
|Aakalu, Geetha N||Office for People with Developmental Disabilities - Hudson Valley DDSO||Office for People with Developmental Disabilities - Hudson Valley DDSO||Retroactive Approval|
|Abarno, Anthony||Eastern Suffolk BOCES||Eastern Suffolk BOCES||Approved|
|Abatangelo, William||District Attorney||Queens||Approved|
|Abba, Charles||Schenectady City SD||Schenectady City SD||Not Approved|
|Abbate, Richard||District Attorney||Richmond||Approved|
|Abbazia, James||District Attorney||Kings||Approved|
|Abdur-Rahim, Sharif||District Attorney||Kings||Approved|