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Today John Bury, who pens the blog BuryPensions, lists the 69 public employees in New Jersey who make over $250,000 a year, not including benefits. Seven of them are administrators in K-12 public schools. Bury also notes that there are 389,968 active participants in the state Retirement System, whose annual pensions come to $26.6 million.
Some on his 69-public employee list hold multiple jobs: Edwin Kerwin has seven, for a total annual salary of $380K, and Roy Riggitano has five, for a total annual salary of $317,000. Here are the seven K-12 school staff members and their salaries. Some of them lead county vocational “magnet” schools, which we reported on last week.
Diana Lobosco, Passaic County Vocational Schools: $285,000
Mark Finkelstein, Educational Services Commission: $284,999
Howard Lerner, Bergen County Vocational Schools: $284,222
Roger Leon, Newark Public Schools: $278,711
Jose Sirangelo, Hudson County Schools of Technology: $269,156
Robert Kornberg, North Bergen Board of Education: $266,160
Teresa Segarra, Maria Varisco-Rogers Charter School: $259,142