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NYCHA plumber pulled in $140K in OT pay last year

August 29, 2013 03:56PM

For the second year in a row, a plumber who works for the New York City Housing Authority has topped the list of city employees receiving overtime pay.

William Naddeo earned $140,654 from after-hours work in the fiscal year that ended June 30, on top of a $90,000 annual salary, according to data compiled by the New York Post. The top 10 highest overtime earners rake in more than $100,000 in extra pay. The list features three other plumbers, as well as two steamfitters and an electrician.

Department of Buildings inspector John Murphy has a salary of $68,500, but made $127,011 in overtime for the year. Board of Elections senior computer programmer Pablo Martinez has made the list for more than 10 years now. He received $130,000 in OT, a drop from $210,663 the previous year, the newspaper said. [NYP]Mark Maurer

  • Indifferent

    Top 1%!! Woo hoo!!!

  • HughGass

    If it’s legit, why shame the guy? What the f(ck is wrong with people. He worked hard (supposedly), let him enjoy it.