Yonkers Exchange Club Honors Former Yonkers Police Commissioner Charles Gardner While His Successor P.C. Mueller and PBA Det. President Olson Snub Event 

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The Yonkers Exchange Club Hezitorial

YONKERS, NY — November 27, 2019 — The Exchange Club of Yonkers has been around for many years and its Board members have done so many things for the  City of Yonkers in so many ways. The Exchange Club honors those who have demonstrated leadership, accountability, vision, and selfless acts on behalf of others who live and work in Yonkers. It is solely planned and coordinated by those hard working Exchange Club Board members who do not need to be nor ever asked to be mentioned.

Thursday evening, on November 21st, the Exchange Club held their annual award dinner to honor three high ranking Yonkers Police Department officials. For the sake of this telling, Yonkersites and union members must all be informed as to why Yonkers is seemingly stuck in a time warp more indicative of its youth than the civility and maturity expected of their present age. How else can it be explained that a large number of people exhibit behavior that is reflective of their immature high school days. The days we most assuredly all remember … when mothers made cheese sandwiches for lunch, picked up the dirty laundry, and ignored the arrogance and  rudeness of our youth. Facts the Yonkers Tribune recognizes our readers want, nay, need to know. 

The venue was the  Old Stone Mill. At around 7pm, the Exchange Club, with New York State Assemblyman Nader Sayegh emceeing, honored its selected and well deserved honorees who, without question are men of the year as well. Those honored were, recently retired Yonkers Police Commissioner Charles Gardner, Yonkers Police Captain Andrew McLaughlin of the 2nd Precinct, and Yonkers Police Captain Bryant Pappas of the Yonkers Police Communication Division. 

These men, all special, honor their “Blue” uniforms by their respect of self, respect of their peers, and respect of the community at large. It was validated and evidenced by the standing room only crowd which included members from the Westchester District Attorney’s Office, State Senator Shelley Mayer, Westchester County Executive George Latimer and Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano who each stopped by to present proclamations of achievements to each respective honoree.

Attendees came from near and far to hear from the true Yonkers Police professionals being honored. We thought it most appropriate to give a shout out to all those who deliberately chose to inappropriately boycott being in the presence of such honorable men. 

Initially, the scuttlebutt was that the Spano’s pick to succeed Police Commissioner Charles Gardner, the recently installed John Mueller and his BFF Yonkers Police Benevolent Association President Det. Keith Olson were making their Christmas list of those who were contemplating attending the celebratory event honoring the achievements of the men in “Blue”. Those uninitiated to the debauched nether lands, may find it incongruous to believe that the Captains, Lieutenants, and Sergeants Association (CLSA) members and the Yonkers Police Benevolent Association (PBA) members succumbed to the fear of retribution and likely intimidation and harassment by Spano gatekeepers Keith Olson, and his bought and paid for “head” cop John Mueller. 

The Yonkers Tribune has also learned that current  CLSA President Det. Sgt. Michael Koch, who was handed his position without being challenged, bought a table. Alas, not one union official bothered to show up for those being honored. The internecine battleground within the Yonkers Police Department is undermining those exacting the pain and those suffering from it.  

Interestingly  enough, CLSA Vice President Ralph Carroza, number two on the Captains’ list, chose not to attend. Det. Lt. Carroza was first hand-picked by Mayor Mike Spano and assigned to the Internal Affairs Division as well as to that of CLSA Vice President to keep his finger on the pulse. 

If that were not enough, the Spano’s designated another loyalist, Det. Sgt. Charlie Walker, the Yonkers Guardians President, assigned to make sure the union only focuses superficially on its initial directive, that is, to insure that Black Yonkers Police Officers are treated fairly and respectfully within the department. It is a union selective upon whose behalf they choose to protect. They have a list of those they support and those they treat “unfairly”. It has become known as a “union” “silenced” by its own definition of what they contemplate will sit well by the Spano Administration. In so doing, they serve some of the members of their choosing, and disregard others. A travesty of its initial mission statement as to this day, not all Black Yonkers Police Officers have been treated fairly or respectfully. Some have been maligned by the very union that is supposed to protect Black men and women who wear “Blue”.

The Yonkers Guardians seem self-serving; sitting on the sidelines when one or more of their members, regardless of their race or ethnicity are victims of harassment. Perhaps they must be reminded that all Yonkers Police Officers must be treated fairly, unadulterated by their bias or the directive to which they unquestioningly submit. After all, are they all not Yonkers Police Officers deserving to be treated fairly and respectfully?

Besides the fact that these Spano loyalists are clearly conflicted, if these police personnel were concerned that attending the honorarium and recognition of Police Commissioner Charles Gardner, it has become blatantly evident that a red flag has been figuratively hoisted to reveal that under the aegis of Mayor Mike Spano and his merry band of brothers-in-charge, that a crisis has been fomenting by their directive and under their watch.

It is disconcerting for the Yonkers Tribune to contemplate by what means any police officer can survive, much less thrive, under the cloak of silence that permeates the Yonkers Police Department and the unions that permit this travesty to be sustained. The YT recognizes that this conduct was not initiated under this administration. The disappointment is that while the Spano Administration has not remedied the problems created before they took the helm, they have chosen to deleteriously further undermine the Yonkers Police Department’s chain of command where its very credibility has come into question by other law enforcement agencies, and other governments. 

How does the community, served by the Yonkers Police Department, as well as Yonkers Police Officers, survive the toxic environment they are forced to inhabit and endure?

The Yonkers PBA also coughed up a table after being shamed into it by the Exchange Club Board members who donated two Police K-9 dogs to the department in the past.

Also insulting to these real professionals is that only one PBA Trustee decided to take his chances by attending the event so as to extend his appreciation toward others who wear “Blue”, as does he. Hopefully Keith Olson won’t start a false petition to remove him from an office that has been mismanaged and shadowed with some troubling allegations involving Olson and others. 

Talk about mismanagement. … Can we talk? … Yonkers PBA President Det. Olson recently sold his members another ‘Brooklyn Bridge’ in another pathetic vote. He proposed raising the PBA members’ dues another hard-hitting $20 every two weeks per member to a total of $65 every two weeks, $130 every month, amounting to a yearly sum of $1,560. The PBA membership is comprised of approximately 480 Police Officers. 230 officers voted, “Yes”. 34 voted, “No”. Approximately 226 officers did not participate. In the 230-34 vote the members were duped again. More than half of the PBA members didn’t even bother to vote. There were reports that you had to sign your name and then check off a box designating either “Yes” or “No”. Can you guess the Political Action Committee (P.A.C.) to which they refer?

Yonkersites should know that it is the so-called Political Action Committee that coughs up $2,000 per month contractually to be paid so as to engage Nick Spano by the Yonkers PBA and $1,000 per month by the CLSA alone. No wonder the demand for the increase of dues by the PBA and CLSA membership. More about this issue in a future exposé. 

At issue is that the ballot is not secret. A voter is required to write their name revealing how they voted. The antithesis of the “American” way. Perhaps before one can become a Yonkers PBA President one must pass a history lesson, and learn the concept of free of expression / speech.

Every person who is permitted to vote, should be logged by signing a book where all eligible members are listed. Every person that attends signs his/her name can vote one way or another or choose to cast the ballot as an abstention. In such a process every member can decide what is best in their judgment and not suffer any retribution since no one will be able to discern how anyone voted. That is the credible way to function. That IS the “American Way”.  

The Yonkers Tribune has also heard that the Guinness drinking Spano cash cow told the membership that the PBA needed more cash for its Political Action Committee. 

It may be prudent for Yonkers Police Officers to know that any Yonkers Police Benevolent Association member has the right to request a forensic audit through the Office of Westchester County District Attorney Anthony J. Scarpino, Jr. in writing. At present, not even one of the Yonkers PBA membership are privy to the amount of checks being written on behalf of the Yonkers PBA, to whom the checks are drawn, for what purpose, to whom, or even the names of the recipient political hacks.

Also missing in action were ALL the Yonkers City Council members. We presume they were too scared of losing the city cars, be pulled over, or their relatives would lose their city jobs. A shout out goes out to all those “do nothings” as well. It was just as well that they didn’t attend; the event was well planned with engaging and amazing speakers, excluding the short, babbling expression delivered by Mayor Mike Spano.   On top of that, he was late attending the event. 

There was only one Yonkers Police Chief that bothered to showed up to support his colleagues and to listen to the interesting and inspirational speeches defining and outlining the goals and accomplishments of some TRUE “Blue” police professionals.

In conclusion, we extend congratulations to all those police families and friends that attended, and the Yonkers Exchange Club. It is also evidently crystal clear that the morale and state of affairs of the Yonkers Police Department under Mike Spano, John Mueller and his drinking cash cow Keith Olson is self-serving a few members of the “family and friends” elite who have learned to undermine a once proud department that finds itself under assault from the inside. 

For those who seek justice in the City of Yonkers under the Spano Administration it may be appropriate to reassess whether law enforcement under the “Yonkers Way” is appropriate for those who count themselves in the ranks of the YPD or if there are alternatives that permit professionalism to be rewarded with advancement rather than to be kept in check by a department that exacts revenge and can no longer think straight. 

YPD requires leadership that is willing to infuse protocol, standards, legality, concern and respect of fellow officers and respect of community. YPD must learn to submit to the rule of law from top to bottom. Until and unless the ‘Yonkers Way” is expunged, Yonkers will fail to attract good people to live on the waterfront.

eHeziYonkers Exchange Club Honors Former Yonkers Police Commissioner Charles Gardner While His Successor P.C. Mueller and PBA Det. President Olson Snub Event 

Comments 66

    1. Liam showed up? For what? A party? Where was he for the taxpayers? No where to be seen that’s where he was. Liam should spare himself and his family and 2 friends another crushing and humiliating loss. Liam showed up! Big deal.

  1. Mayor Spano will be Mayor as long as he wants 78% of Yonkers residents voted for him. I hope he extends a fourth term , Yonkers Needs Spano

    1. less than 20% of the registered voters in Yonkers voted-u must have gone to Yonkers schools to say that 78% of Yonkers voters voted for Spano.

  2. A bad dream came true for YPD. Fat Mike Spano picked cash or union obligation over Integrity and professionalism. Gardner or any other previous PC would never think about tainting any cases no matter who they are.

    1. PC Gardner was Breen’s best friend when he got his daughter in the Yonkers Traffic Unit-she probably never made a collar in her life-now that the Police Commissioner has retired and can’t help him anymore-Breen can’t be bothered-Breen is nothing but a bag of shit.

    2. All the council except Khader voted for term limits, but none can lie like KO and Jon the Joker Mueller who stands all dressed up all night by his front door ready to ruin someone’s career.

  3. Before you jump in the game know your facts about men that hide behind their positions. Until Nick Spano and union bosses like Keith Olson are gone Yonkers PD ‘s Integrity and professionalism doesn’t exist. If you come to Yonkers make sure you have a good damn lawyer.

  4. Hey Det. Sgt. Charlie Walker, didn’t see your Guardian members on that pension padding list, but we anticipate reading your name soon. It was insulting, racist and pure harassment of a stand up man like Detective Davis who has worked with some many people over a 32 year span in Law Enforcement. Det. Davis never saw or played the race card like you and other guardians. Stand for all that is the American way and that is what a real man like Davis did. He was targeted and punished because he wrote the truth about an incident involving the Olsonettes.
    Davis saw people and the truth.

  5. The Guardians are a self serving organization that sits silent because they were given a couple spots so they could go after guys like Det. Davis who didn’t get any overtime because he won’t play ball with the PBA.
    Why is the President of the Guardians in IAD ? Was that a payback for staying silent while they picked off some of your own? Charlie Walker’s other half acts as a rehab counselor earning Detective salary. Meanwhile she left hand written signs for another person of color not to use her DD desk. By the way she claims she is a holy roller.

  6. Keith Olson and that fool John Mueller thought wrong. They thought that they could bully all those that stood in their way to the top. They were so misguided and that is why they have been tied up in State and Federal Court.

    1. Keith you must be using the same stuff that on duty dope fiend 3rd Pct cop was using. That list you put out goes back at least 4 previous Commissioners ago and we don’t see all the current Yonkers PD blood suckers on your list like Pataky, Mahoney, Mike Mueller, Stuffing and the rest of those PBA ass kissers. Some of those people on that list retired 20 years ago or more. First of all you Mueller and others didn’t do too bad in Housing and Street crime. You boys rode the scam train.
      Do your Homework, the list just points out an array of people who actually worked and scammers who were PBA and Spano lackeys.
      The Tribune story is about respect for others not a history of something the Tribune has previously pointed out. Maybe the NYS Comptroller office can look into Yonkers while the NYS A.G. and the DOJ can do the Spano’s and it’s relationship with the police unions

  7. All hail the Yonkers police and fire pensioners, the chief bankrupters of the city of Yonkers. You want to know where the City blows it money each year? Take a look at the pensions. Crooks, thugs, dope fiends, liars, scammers, cheaters, and beaters – Yonkers finest. Thanks for nothing Chuck G. Pensions (YPD&YFD) below.

    Cave, William J City Of Yonkers $187,268 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Riordan, Sean P City Of Yonkers $182,527 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mc Mahon, Patrick J City Of Yonkers $179,928 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Leahy, Edmund J City Of Yonkers $177,778 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Capurso, Robert F City Of Yonkers $177,548 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Curtis, Gerald T City Of Yonkers $176,828 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mc Laughlin, James DCity Of Yonkers $174,064 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Antulov, Robert A City Of Yonkers $173,764 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Hellthaler, Fred W City Of Yonkers $173,759 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Dronzek, David J City Of Yonkers $173,758 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Sawchuk, Robert L City Of Yonkers $168,361 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Scully, Kevin E City Of Yonkers $168,020 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Doyle, Richard J City Of Yonkers $167,927 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Pina, Jose A City Of Yonkers $167,228 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Rinaldi, William A City Of Yonkers $167,035 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Barrett, Edward J City Of Yonkers $166,425 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Conroy, John A City Of Yonkers $165,786 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Murphy, Daniel C City Of Yonkers $163,763 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Pufahl, Robert W City Of Yonkers $163,107 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Pilholski, Robert A City Of Yonkers $159,523 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Baker, Robert E City Of Yonkers $159,280 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Murphy, Michael T City Of Yonkers $159,265 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Capalbo, Nicholas J City Of Yonkers $158,648 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Fara, Charles F, Jr City Of Yonkers $157,595 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mendelson, Mark J City Of Yonkers $157,574 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Casareale, Anthony L City Of Yonkers $157,163 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Tighe, Kevin J City Of Yonkers $156,521 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Maher, William E City Of Yonkers $155,426 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Messar, Francis J, Jr City Of Yonkers $154,453 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Di Maggio, Salvatore JCity Of Yonkers $153,904 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Bock, Robert R City Of Yonkers $153,898 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Regan, James J City Of Yonkers $153,888 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Baiocco, Anthony F, JrCity Of Yonkers $153,739 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Travers, Brian City Of Yonkers $153,420 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Pietropaolo, Joseph J City Of Yonkers $153,395 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Armacida, Philip City Of Yonkers $153,388 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Costabile, Steven P City Of Yonkers $153,042 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Butler, Peter City Of Yonkers $152,090 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Potanovic, Edward C City Of Yonkers $151,915 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Day, Robert C, Jr City Of Yonkers $151,782 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mirabella, Mario S City Of Yonkers $151,501 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Trancynger, David W City Of Yonkers $151,106 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Kruszewski, Kevin City Of Yonkers $151,063 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Reilly, James P City Of Yonkers $150,926 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Moran, Brian K City Of Yonkers $150,407 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mc Caffrey, CorneliusCity Of Yonkers $150,394 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Fitzpatrick, William ACity Of Yonkers $149,469 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Cleary, Thomas F City Of Yonkers $149,367 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Ruyack, Richard R City Of Yonkers $148,301 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Craft, William F City Of Yonkers $147,648 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Minnerly, James E City Of Yonkers $147,223 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Drain, Eugene J City Of Yonkers $146,845 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Capraro, Richard J, Jr City Of Yonkers $146,624 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Robinson, George C City Of Yonkers $146,582 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Barca, Joseph A City Of Yonkers $146,088 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Daly, Daniel City Of Yonkers $145,616 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Nehrebecki, Edward M City Of Yonkers $144,877 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Scaramuzzo, Stephen N City Of Yonkers $144,767 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Dunn, Kyran V City Of Yonkers $144,608 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mc Auley, James W City Of Yonkers $144,403 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Dronzek, Eric C City Of Yonkers $144,199 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Kielb, George City Of Yonkers $144,153 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Crowley, James K City Of Yonkers $143,985 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Medlar, Daniel City Of Yonkers $143,869 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Kantor, Gregory R City Of Yonkers $143,664 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Intervallo, Francis P City Of Yonkers $143,627 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Carter, Sylvester C City Of Yonkers $142,799 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Higgins, Daniel E City Of Yonkers $142,799 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Sullivan, Thomas C City Of Yonkers $142,746 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Moray, Walter P, Jr City Of Yonkers $142,600 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Komar, David J City Of Yonkers $142,290 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Scialo, John R City Of Yonkers $142,052 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Vasely, Paul E City Of Yonkers $141,802 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Iannucci, Mark D City Of Yonkers $141,571 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Barnett, Thomas K City Of Yonkers $141,506 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Hammer, James T City Of Yonkers $141,442 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Darcy, John J City Of Yonkers $141,171 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Melillo, Michael J City Of Yonkers $141,060 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    O’Neill, Charles P City Of Yonkers $140,870 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mercurio, Michael A City Of Yonkers $140,691 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Fabrizio, Michael P City Of Yonkers $140,436 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Argentino, Anthony J City Of Yonkers $140,174 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Hoffman, John A City Of Yonkers $139,742 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Gower, David H City Of Yonkers $139,542 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Foley, Donald G City Of Yonkers $139,369 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Williams, Matthew J City Of Yonkers $138,567 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Nigro, Augustine J City Of Yonkers $138,294 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Bruno, Frank A City Of Yonkers $138,198 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Papaleo, Louis M City Of Yonkers $137,745 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Trabucco, Henry A City Of Yonkers $137,459 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Michalak, Jeffrey D City Of Yonkers $137,423 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Drexel, Thomas G City Of Yonkers $136,772 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Geiss, Edward P City Of Yonkers $136,504 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Manning, Michael A City Of Yonkers $135,953 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mc Intyre, David W City Of Yonkers $135,833 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Vernagallo, Louis B City Of Yonkers $135,233 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mahoney, Joseph G City Of Yonkers $134,888 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Smith, Lawrence T City Of Yonkers $134,519 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Viviano, John City Of Yonkers $134,501 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Dezendorf, Raymond C, Jr City Of Yonkers $134,385 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Kuri, Amjed I City Of Yonkers $134,373 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Melvin, Christopher A City Of Yonkers $134,352 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Hardy, Joseph W City Of Yonkers $134,162 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Deering, Christopher M City Of Yonkers $134,093 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Halpin, Edward M City Of Yonkers $133,910 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Coyle, Maxwell G City Of Yonkers $133,735 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Armour, Eddie Lee City Of Yonkers $133,519 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Hunt, Robert J City Of Yonkers $133,240 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Sears, Brian E City Of Yonkers $132,950 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Itzla, Robert A City Of Yonkers $132,666 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Montalvo, Roberto A City Of Yonkers $132,635 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Baker, Charles P City Of Yonkers $132,630 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Stern, Michael D City Of Yonkers $132,468 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Di Dio, Vincent J City Of Yonkers $132,219 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Chapeton, Gregory P City Of Yonkers $131,635 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Squazzo, Frederick A City Of Yonkers $131,481 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Pilholski, Brian P City Of Yonkers $131,169 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Cetola, Joseph M City Of Yonkers $130,791 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Zadorozny, David City Of Yonkers $130,678 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Donaghy, John J City Of Yonkers $130,173 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Zilempe, Edward J City Of Yonkers $130,012 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Sedlak, Stephen M, Jr City Of Yonkers $129,982 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Hessler, Diane City Of Yonkers $129,894 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Doheny, Richard City Of Yonkers $129,871 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Branch, William J City Of Yonkers $129,733 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Martinez, Cirilo A City Of Yonkers $129,502 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Rubeo, Paul City Of Yonkers $129,011 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Rubin, Richard H City Of Yonkers $128,790 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Maitre, Robert J City Of Yonkers $128,359 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Zadorozny, Maureen A City Of Yonkers $128,352 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Krajeski, Stanley A City Of Yonkers $128,084 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Armour, Vernocia City Of Yonkers $127,522 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Kostik, Joseph S City Of Yonkers $127,475 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mc Carthy, Frank C City Of Yonkers $127,445 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mc Coy, John J City Of Yonkers $126,989 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Rubino, Frank J City Of Yonkers $126,891 NYS Employees Retirement
    Occhiogrosso, Anthony T City Of Yonkers $126,794 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Tyler, Vincent T City Of Yonkers $126,730 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Pellegrino, Frank D City Of Yonkers $126,577 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Morganelli, Gary P City Of Yonkers $126,362 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Simone, Michael V City Of Yonkers $126,246 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mallon, John S City Of Yonkers $126,217 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Harsany, Scott R City Of Yonkers $126,203 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Del Peschio, Michael City Of Yonkers $126,125 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Maxwell, John J City Of Yonkers $126,070 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Intervallo, Peter R City Of Yonkers $126,064 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Hurley, Richard W City Of Yonkers $125,982 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Leihbacher, Douglas E City Of Yonkers $125,788 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Surlak, Linda M City Of Yonkers $125,606 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Meade, Christine F City Of Yonkers $125,589 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Brady, James O City Of Yonkers $125,461 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Sherkus, Scott F City Of Yonkers $125,378 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Moynihan, Owen J City Of Yonkers $125,319 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Meyer, Bruce A City Of Yonkers $125,255 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Chomicki, Robert City Of Yonkers $125,240 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Ennis, James J City Of Yonkers $124,966 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Farrell, William S, Jr City Of Yonkers $124,875 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Browne, Patricia A City Of Yonkers $124,784 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Tannian, John C City Of Yonkers $124,725 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Baiocco, Marc P City Of Yonkers $124,617 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Travers, Thomas G City Of Yonkers $124,497 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Amodeo, Anthony City Of Yonkers $124,489 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Medlar, David B City Of Yonkers $124,396 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mac Dougall, John H City Of Yonkers $124,355 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Locher, William P City Of Yonkers $124,170 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Agostino, James J City Of Yonkers $123,969 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Nappi, Frank A City Of Yonkers $123,965 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    De Gaetano, Alfonso A City Of Yonkers $123,817 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Alexander, Richard R City Of Yonkers $123,783 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Calabrese, Michael A City Of Yonkers $123,756 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Youket, James M City Of Yonkers $123,456 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Potanovic, Joseph V City Of Yonkers $122,565 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Sarro, Rudolph A City Of Yonkers $122,515 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Fitzgerald, Patrick J City Of Yonkers $122,471 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Verno, William E City Of Yonkers $122,160 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Barksdale, Stuart A City Of Yonkers $122,145 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Kusiak, Douglas City Of Yonkers $121,705 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Ormond, Timothy M City Of Yonkers $121,685 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Romano, Vincent J City Of Yonkers $121,617 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Kerner, Stephen City Of Yonkers $121,563 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Fornabaio, Dominick A City Of Yonkers $120,994 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Di Donato, Denis, Jr City Of Yonkers $120,944 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Farrell, George H City Of Yonkers $120,862 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Finnerty, Kevin G City Of Yonkers $120,827 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Johnston, Robert A City Of Yonkers $120,679 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Geary, Martin R City Of Yonkers $120,117 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Belger, Robert City Of Yonkers $120,103 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Novak, Michael B City Of Yonkers $120,023 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Manzo, Anthony P City Of Yonkers $119,854 NYS Employees Retirement
    Nowak, Stanley City Of Yonkers $119,709 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Yochman, Joseph F City Of Yonkers $119,449 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Infante, Linda A City Of Yonkers $119,358 NYS Employees Retirement
    Wagner, Elizabeth D City Of Yonkers $119,313 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Wekerle, Robert G City Of Yonkers $119,217 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Nalbandian, Harry S City Of Yonkers $119,206 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Ford, Craig F City Of Yonkers $118,942 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Tutoni, Joseph M City Of Yonkers $118,310 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Fornabaio, Wayne A City Of Yonkers $118,281 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Heekin, Christopher F City Of Yonkers $118,233 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Como, Thomas J, Jr City Of Yonkers $118,064 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Figura, Andrew M City Of Yonkers $118,005 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Cucolo, Lawrence City Of Yonkers $117,982 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Darcy, Joseph J City Of Yonkers $117,911 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Spergel, Richard M City Of Yonkers $117,473 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Kwechin, Stephen F City Of Yonkers $117,313 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Ryan, Robert J, Jr City Of Yonkers $117,238 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Bargamian, Andrew R City Of Yonkers $117,185 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mazzei, Mario K City Of Yonkers $117,037 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Howell, William R City Of Yonkers $116,599 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Arledge, Roone P City Of Yonkers $116,506 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Cetinski, Andreas M City Of Yonkers $116,500 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Zingaro, Robert D City Of Yonkers $116,472 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Pataky, William J City Of Yonkers $116,401 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Digiansante, Dante, Jr City Of Yonkers $116,399 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Meehan, Gilbert F City Of Yonkers $116,230 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Kostik, Richard J City Of Yonkers $115,968 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Murphy, James City Of Yonkers $115,888 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Babak, Mark City Of Yonkers $115,861 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Rehm, Robert F, Jr City Of Yonkers $115,807 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Dugan, Joseph V City Of Yonkers $115,792 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Anton, Dennis M City Of Yonkers $115,629 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Sumpf, Robert G City Of Yonkers $115,445 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mccue, Gregory A City Of Yonkers $115,108 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Conca, James F City Of Yonkers $114,512 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Quinones, Fernando L City Of Yonkers $114,508 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Tobin, Arthur M City Of Yonkers $114,508 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Hodges, Michael G City Of Yonkers $114,426 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Rubeo, Victor V City Of Yonkers $114,394 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Atkins, Michael R City Of Yonkers $114,284 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Fernandez, Joseph City Of Yonkers $114,071 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Hanrahan, Dennis J City Of Yonkers $114,069 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Busch, Thomas C City Of Yonkers $113,932 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Carboy, James P City Of Yonkers $113,908 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Lindner, Robert R City Of Yonkers $113,864 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Wilson, Richard J, Jr City Of Yonkers $113,306 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Frezza, Patrick J City Of Yonkers $113,095 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Cerasi, Anthony M City Of Yonkers $113,079 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Tilson, Vincent R City Of Yonkers $112,804 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Daly, Edward A City Of Yonkers $112,746 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Bubbico, Frank A City Of Yonkers $112,731 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Horan, Francis M City Of Yonkers $112,650 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Prato, John, Jr City Of Yonkers $112,645 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Heegle, Alan City Of Yonkers $112,559 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Burlingham, Michael R City Of Yonkers $112,344 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Pelepako, Jack K City Of Yonkers $112,282 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Crane, Suzanne M City Of Yonkers $112,277 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Immich, Thomas M City Of Yonkers $112,096 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Piedade, George H City Of Yonkers $112,044 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Gagliano, Salvatore A City Of Yonkers $111,931 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    De Satnik, Adam City Of Yonkers $111,857 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Economico, Joseph City Of Yonkers $111,696 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Fitzgerald, Ann M City Of Yonkers $111,583 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Martino, Joseph F City Of Yonkers $111,487 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Gonzalez, Wilson J City Of Yonkers $111,453 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Prestamo, Angelo W City Of Yonkers $111,393 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Stefanik, Scott V City Of Yonkers $111,208 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Navedo, Edward City Of Yonkers $111,137 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Pagan, Michael A City Of Yonkers $111,112 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Pisano, Robert City Of Yonkers $111,050 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Trabucco, James J City Of Yonkers $110,939 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Trancynger, Darren J City Of Yonkers $110,746 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Perrotta, James City Of Yonkers $110,722 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Capuano, Thomas M City Of Yonkers $110,630 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Fiore, Raymond City Of Yonkers $110,575 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Levito, Mark M City Of Yonkers $110,545 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Murphy, Kevin M City Of Yonkers $110,504 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Regan, William T City Of Yonkers $110,481 NYS Employees Retirement
    Obalde, Michael T City Of Yonkers $110,477 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mendez, Victor F City Of Yonkers $110,416 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Benash, Roger F City Of Yonkers $110,401 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Foley, Thomas P City Of Yonkers $109,973 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Whitton, James J City Of Yonkers $109,746 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Pajer, Kenneth P City Of Yonkers $109,547 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Forshaw, Joseph J City Of Yonkers $109,523 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Vanacore, Christopher City Of Yonkers $109,359 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Harney, Thomas Francis, Jr City Of Yonkers $109,334 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Gaudio, Anthony L City Of Yonkers $109,328 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Curtis, James W City Of Yonkers $109,189 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Gallagher, Kenneth A City Of Yonkers $108,629 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Keppler, Lou-Ann P City Of Yonkers $108,525 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Delango, Louis J City Of Yonkers $108,345 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Gallagher, Joseph A City Of Yonkers $108,217 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Staruch, Peter G City Of Yonkers $108,217 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Ryan, Anthony J, Jr City Of Yonkers $108,046 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Stecher, Barry M City Of Yonkers $107,916 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Bracy, Curtis A City Of Yonkers $107,468 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Objay, Joseph R City Of Yonkers $107,362 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Campana, Frank P City Of Yonkers $107,220 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Kivel, Joseph J City Of Yonkers $106,978 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Di Benedetto, Vincent J City Of Yonkers $106,933 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Faivre, Ronald L City Of Yonkers $106,905 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Hodio, John W City Of Yonkers $106,803 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Meehan, Thomas F City Of Yonkers $106,688 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Otto, Charles A City Of Yonkers $106,626 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Wilson, Donald R City Of Yonkers $106,470 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    White, John A City Of Yonkers $106,469 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Barnes, John J City Of Yonkers $106,427 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Brady, Patrick J City Of Yonkers $106,339 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Multari, Ralph A City Of Yonkers $106,338 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Luciano, Louis A City Of Yonkers $106,235 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Nasti, Luigi A City Of Yonkers $106,153 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    De Meo, Michael C City Of Yonkers $105,959 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    O’Brien, Michael J City Of Yonkers $105,907 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mc Evoy, Albert R City Of Yonkers $105,784 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Salierno, Patrick J City Of Yonkers $105,708 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Ahearn, James W City Of Yonkers $105,567 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Hammer, Mark City Of Yonkers $105,532 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Gallo, Anthony City Of Yonkers $105,527 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Olcese, Piero City Of Yonkers $105,522 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Reilly, James J City Of Yonkers $105,517 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Lebron, Luis A City Of Yonkers $105,441 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Baker, Watson, Jr City Of Yonkers $105,420 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Twomey, John A City Of Yonkers $105,358 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Naef, Paul H City Of Yonkers $105,352 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Falcone, Richard J City Of Yonkers $105,323 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Nagle, John J City Of Yonkers $105,234 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Miley, Edmund J, Jr City Of Yonkers $105,161 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Potocki, Edward J City Of Yonkers $105,129 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Perez, Richard City Of Yonkers $104,923 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Messina, Jill A City Of Yonkers $104,810 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Howard, Christopher J City Of Yonkers $104,744 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mc Govern, Frank J, Sr City Of Yonkers $104,716 NYS Employees Retirement
    Pisano, William C City Of Yonkers $104,716 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Hernandez, Ismael City Of Yonkers $104,449 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mc Caffrey, Brian R City Of Yonkers $104,369 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Humanitzki, Stephen City Of Yonkers $104,289 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Garan, Joseph City Of Yonkers $104,222 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Bousche, Louis H City Of Yonkers $104,213 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Cavallo, Robert W City Of Yonkers $104,205 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Zanikos, Nicholas City Of Yonkers $103,909 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Goodness, Gerald J City Of Yonkers $103,879 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Guski, Andrew M City Of Yonkers $103,733 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Browne, Robert J City Of Yonkers $103,380 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Collins, Philip A City Of Yonkers $103,269 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Slattery, Michael P City Of Yonkers $103,262 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Dunn, Maureen A City Of Yonkers $103,247 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    York, Patrick J City Of Yonkers $103,080 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Panko, Mark C City Of Yonkers $103,012 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Rozzi, Richard J City Of Yonkers $102,904 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Harrigan, John R, Jr City Of Yonkers $102,777 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Devito, Rocco City Of Yonkers $102,623 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Troia, Anthony T City Of Yonkers $102,434 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Drain, Robert J City Of Yonkers $102,422 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Bonito, Richard R City Of Yonkers $102,389 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mc Master, Daniel S City Of Yonkers $102,218 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Moriarty, John M City Of Yonkers $101,892 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Malloy, James M City Of Yonkers $101,874 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Tassone, Hugo D City Of Yonkers $101,765 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Cox, Kevin City Of Yonkers $101,612 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Powers, James D City Of Yonkers $101,551 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Gonzalez, John City Of Yonkers $101,538 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Marion, George D City Of Yonkers $101,525 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Marinelli, Richard T City Of Yonkers $101,351 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Pinto, Daniel City Of Yonkers $101,315 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Vassallo, Thomas City Of Yonkers $101,278 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Salvato, Donald A City Of Yonkers $101,239 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Pagano, Anthony City Of Yonkers $101,195 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Travers, Francis City Of Yonkers $101,153 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Lopez, Charles City Of Yonkers $101,122 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Carroll, Charles H City Of Yonkers $101,103 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Freeman, Kenneth R City Of Yonkers $101,051 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Ruggiero, Ralph J City Of Yonkers $100,887 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mozdziak, Thomas P City Of Yonkers $100,632 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Celio, Enrico A City Of Yonkers $100,560 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Taggart, Robert P City Of Yonkers $100,436 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Powrie, Thomas S City Of Yonkers $100,429 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Fontana, Alphonso City Of Yonkers $100,265 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Spodnik, Stephen A City Of Yonkers $100,209 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mc Grail, James M, Sr City Of Yonkers $99,943 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Williams, Robert F City Of Yonkers $99,853 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Volpicelli, Ronald J City Of Yonkers $99,761 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Rhodes, Olivia City Of Yonkers $99,733 NYS Employees Retirement
    Hartley, Shaun M City Of Yonkers $99,647 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Kubilus, Michael J City Of Yonkers $99,640 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Colavito, Thomas R City Of Yonkers $99,536 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Lloyd, James T City Of Yonkers $99,463 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Belger, Venus City Of Yonkers $99,395 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Janeczko, Thomas R City Of Yonkers $99,237 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Masick, Robert F City Of Yonkers $99,182 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Valenti, Anthony City Of Yonkers $98,993 NYS Employees Retirement
    Oakley, Edward R City Of Yonkers $98,916 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Cambria, August J City Of Yonkers $98,900 NYS Employees Retirement
    Wargocki, Christopher J City Of Yonkers $98,790 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Murray, Joseph M City Of Yonkers $98,646 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Chin, Howard City Of Yonkers $98,585 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Bonanno, Thomas F City Of Yonkers $98,560 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Lagala, Thomas J City Of Yonkers $98,475 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Di Caprio, Michael A City Of Yonkers $98,377 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Penzo, John J City Of Yonkers $98,363 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Buono, Michael S City Of Yonkers $98,345 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Api, Andrew A City Of Yonkers $98,270 NYS Employees Retirement
    Fox, Hugh, Jr City Of Yonkers $98,166 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Tomanio, Ryan L City Of Yonkers $98,104 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Orsini, Richard M City Of Yonkers $97,818 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Felman, Allen City Of Yonkers $97,806 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Econom, Arthur W City Of Yonkers $97,600 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Henkel, Helen A City Of Yonkers $97,434 NYS Employees Retirement
    Tobiasen, Thomas E, Jr City Of Yonkers $97,269 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Kressman, Richard City Of Yonkers $97,009 NYS Police and Fire Retirement
    Mc Namee, James P City Of Yonkers $96,937 NYS Police and Fire Retirement

    1. Omg! This is outrageous. I worked for 35 years in private industry and made $280k per year, no paid OT and worked my ass off. And my pension benefit works out to be 69k a year! I have 401k and Social Security. So I’m ok. But these guys….How the hell can Yonkers afford these pensions, it’s not sustainable.

      1. I’ve heard the way they finagle their HIGH pensions is by working insane amounts of overtime the last 3 years before they retire.

  8. You guys are in the wrong lane, pump away at each other another time. Nobody cares. What people are concern with is a dirty police department run by the Spano Brothers. So if you have to pump then pump away at the truth.

    1. John Rubbo should be the new leader for the Yonkers Republican Party!
      He’s a lifelong Republican, he’s supported every Republican candidate
      He even attended Trump inauguration in 2016

      1. Rubbo is a two faced, lying, self absorbed, condescending, self serving puppet of the Mayor! Has done absolutely nothing for the 4th district! He’s one and done, I’ll vote for anyone that runs against him.

  9. You really don’t know Keith Olson do you? In short Keith is a liar that lied against good supervisors and brothers in blue. He has threatened civilians and their families with tickets and bodily harm. He has also physically attacked other police personnel twice from the rear. In addition to buying his friend Mueller the seat he along with others beat another man down in Greenberg in front of a would be suspect’s female friend then drove all the way to Yonkers to get him treated.
    Besides him being a overweight union thug he has all the qualities of a schoolyard bully. So that makes this individual a coward. Just ask around bro.

  10. Every Yonkers resident owes a special gratitude to Keith Olson – He’s been on the forefront keeping us safe and secure. He also is the most powerful union leader in the state every cop in Yonkers is fortunate to have him as Leader.

    1. Wrong, Barry is. Olson sold his membership out on 207c for a car and a job. He has been paying Nick Spano protection money since 2014.

  11. Stopping by City Hall Monday to pick up all the harassment and complaints letters. Hoping we can find some missing files and find out who really broke into the Narcotics office. Good luck on your frivolous lawsuit boys. Didn’t see any witnesses willing to perjure themselves for Andy Quinn at the Exchange Dinner.

  12. By the way, Olson and Mueller did the same thing to Hartnett in the end. That is why he would never give these trash cans a plug. Oh the Cheetah was on the stakeout too. They sat outside of Hartnett’a luncheon recording those who attended. Pure hood rats.

  13. Olson needed more cash to give to the Spano’s to see for his next pick. Don’t ask for receipts or copies of expenditures. Yonkers PD has become the worst job in the State under these thugs.

  14. Keith Olson and John Mueller have been haters of their own for a very long time. They have lied and targeted civilians and their families, lied against Gardner, and other cops, and targeted other cops with threats of transfers. Olson himself has verbally and physically attacked civilians and police personnel. Wondering if he ever slapped around Purple or his bedroom walls. So for the Spano’s to have Mueller and Olson in charge of ANY legitimate police department is in itself an internal crime wave. Shame on those that say hello to those that were honored and didn’t show because of a fat stinking union boss and the lying Joker Mueller.

    1. So true Hezi, the bought and paid for cop Mueller should release the overtime payroll to the public. Mueller’s pets are making over $230,ooo plus. Then Mueller hands out more cash and makes the a Narcotics Captain a Detective because it is his boy from the Fourth Precinct. You know the place, that where Mueller threw the beer-fest after he and the smelly union boss beat back a transfer order by Gardner. So true

  15. Since when has the Yonkers Exchange become so important
    These events are designed to raise money so they honor someone who can draw people
    Gardener only draws overtime for his buddies

    HEZI’s NOTE: That is a falsehood. It was the responsibility of the Police Chief to allocate OT or keep it in check, not PC Gardner. Mueller maintained the overtime for his favorites including his brother Michale Mueller whose that check saw him with an additional 59 hours in OT. The crisis continue und Mueller, no the Police Commissioner. Those favored will be earning upward of from $230,000 to $250,000 in their last years. The costs impact the city now and will continue by way of the pensions. This is the pension padding that has been permitted in Yonkers but not all Yonkersites are aware. —- Kindly, Hezi

    1. In a couple of years Keith Olson and others may be teaching cooking classes with Convict Nick Spano.
      Mike Spano will be washing their socks.

    2. If that’s the case then why don’t you hold Hodges responsible for letting Captains make $300,000 in a year? And why didn’t you hold Gardner responsible when he was Chief and OT was spiraling out of control?
      Your bias against Mueller and Olson is so obvious it’s laughable. Your sources have played you like a fiddle Mr. Aris. They played the Exchange Club this time too. That is why it had an all time low in attendance.

      RESPONSE BY HEZI …

      First off, under Hodges NO ONE ever earned $300,000 in any one year , including Captains. So let’s begin as far back as Hartnett. Under Hartnett it was permitted to earn as much as 100 ours in overtime (OT) every two weeks. In order to reduce OT costs Hartnett instituted one plan, which was revisited a couple of years later.Hartnett would call in any officer to is office to advise when that person was approaching the $180,000 to $185,000 mark and tat Hartnett would not permit that officer to exceed $200,000. Hartnett realized that the formula permitting OT to the chosen few, was undermined because court attendance permitted officers to exceed their OT limits. Hartnett changed the formula which was kept at 100 hours every two weeks maximum.

      Gardner was Police Chief under Hartnett next. Under Gardner, 60 hours maximum was permitted every two weeks. In last year’s budget hearing before the Yonkers City Council Gardner advised that he preferred the maximum permitted hours not exceed 40 hours every two weeks, but since John Mueller was made Police Chief, it was Mueller as Police Chief that allots the times permitted per individual for OT. And Mueller kept the OT to 60, not 40 as Gardner wanted. You may not be aware that under present Police Commissioner John Mueller he made sure to afford his brother Michael Mueller 59 hours the last two week he worked knowing e would be retiring. .

      Under Police Chief Mueller OT as gone way above $200,000 per individual that was a member of the “friends and family” network. Under Mueller eople are permitted to pension pad so their last years before retirement will be based on salaries, inclusive of OT, that will be earnings valued at between $230,000 to $250,000 per annum. This is the very basis that the YPD has already exceeded beyond the budget approval designated for FY 2019 despite the fact that Mueller was in Italy designated Acting Police Commission and thereafter Police Commissioner only about 3 months ago and te budget as been blown. Presuming you are a Yonkers resident, your tax burden will increase due to the OT that is out of control already.

      Perhaps you would prefer to believe tat I have been fooled and played for a succor, but I suggest wit all due expect that you intend to undermine my integrity and the people who have for years been upstanding in their informing me on wat you are seemingly unaware or wish to be contrarian with facts that are not true and numbers that lie. I however have not forgotten that in America everyone is entitled to an opinion but they are not entitled to may up falseolds and pretend they are facts.

      As for the the Exchange Club, it was my impression that they were supportive of te Yonkers Police Department. They also donated K9 dogs to the K9 Unit. I don’t know enough about the Exchange Club to judge their mission statement to which I am ignorant and unaware. What I do know is that many people attended out of respected to the men and women in “Blue”.

      It seems impertinent not to show respect by attending those who wear “blue”.

      You also suggest the Exchange Club has been played. If you are that intimate wit knowing that your assertion is valid, I suggest it be over you to suggest to te “powers” tat be to take corrective action to bring it in line with the demeanor and culture you expect, presuming others concur.

      I am not fishing for an answer. Your insinuation tat demeans the Exchange Club is new to me. They ave been around for longer than I and this is the first anyone suggested there is something awry with respect to their conduct.

      Lastly, I have no bias against either PC Mueller or PBA President Det. Olson. I expect ethical standards from all who have have influence to do good to elevate the City of Yonkers. Anything less just doesn’t cut it in my book. I hope it is likewise for you.

      Kindly, Hezi

  16. The Yonkers Police Department went downhill ever since Keith Olson and the Spano brothers came in. Keith Olson’s been giving the Yonkers PBA members’ cash away to all the politicians so he needed to raise the dues for more political cash to give away. Guessing that is why Olson and others got away with assaulting and threatening others besides the dopers who refuse urine tests and the doping cops they find in cars. As of the day that Charles Gardner vacated his office Yonkers Police Department is no longer a legitimate trustworthy Department. Gardner could no longer contain the sh*t that the Spano’s were doing. We know one thing Charles Gardner would never have recommended or supported the Mueller/ Olson poison cocktail for good family reason. Hope the Feds investigate the internal web of the Spano contracts, union cash, and how Nick Spano and Joe Spano cashed in on the Yonkers taxpayers.

  17. The CLSA should hold their monthly meetings at Gigante’s with Mike and Nick Spano. Carroza and Walker just happen to land in IAD. Sure sounds like they are conflicted. What do these investigators do when one or more of their Yonkers members get investigated or Spano’s? Oh we know? They tell the Spano’s to see if they are on the naughty list and then they separate the Guardians from the CLSA members.

  18. What a shame! That beer bashing refusing a transfer John the “Joker” Mueller snubs Gardner? We can understand how a curb runner like the fat union boss won’t attend because Bryant is too fast and too smart from any sneak attack by the stink ass. Maybe Olson had to go obstruct another investigation for a doped up cop.

  19. Come to Yonkers where union leaders in the Police Department’s pay the Yonkers Mayor’s convict brother 2,000 a month and the CLSA 1,000 but that had no bearing in making Keith Olson’s BBF head chef. Not surprised.

    1. Why don’t you get someone to run against this crooked KO? I’m not involved with the YPD but sounds like there is much deception, decension and dereliction of duty. If your grievances are legitimate, there has to be one strong man in YPD to stand up. Run a strong candidate and keep Hezi informed and the public will support change!

    1. Sure is safe but you forgot to tell the public about all the guns Yonkers just recovered. Now when can I rent that High rise on the waterfront.

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      I have also heard that expressed but there has never been any public notice of the crime statistics of the past Juxtaposed to the present. They do not exist. It is however an interesting fairy tale. — Kindly Hezi

      1. Keith Olson the Yonkers PBA Pres is not only struggling liar, but an errand fat boy for another fat man. He called one or more of the honorees a rat. The only union rat and Nick Spano rat is Keith Olson. Wasn’t unity when he lied against all those cops including the one he tried to expel from the PBA. Tell your unity story to Jonny Jones.
        Wondering how that butterball cheese filled turkey was KO. Dribble any on your smelly sweater vest today?

    2. Crime is on the rise. Mueller and Spano do not release information to the public unless they are forced like when the District Attorney’s office is involved. They never even reported the person who jumped at 1 Glenwood.

  20. Yeah and thanks to John Mueller people are even making more cash. They are rounding $230,000 plus. Thanks to Olson and Mueller civilians and other cops were targeted and harassed. Thanks to them they save drug users in full uniform. Thanks to them they always tamper with evidence.

    And on a side note, morale is in the gutter while they decide their next move with Nick Spano. Suck job.

  21. They’re not being there was probably the highlight of the evening! Wouldn’t expect anything else from those mutts.

    Congratulations to the honorees. Wish Chuck many years of good health and joyous travels.

  22. Rumor has it that Yonkers Patrol Officer (and part-time Yonkers Parking Enforcement Genius), YPD Deputy Dawg, also boycotted the event, as he ran out of Parking Citations to hand out to anyone who showed up who some believe shouldn’t be there. Instead, he was last seen following Ru-Ros’s car, to see if he was found to be in violation of any ‘questionable’ slip of the law (like driving 30.5 mph in a 30 mph zone)

    1. It is a very dangerous place when you have rogue cops working for the Spano’s on the street. Imagine these cops wearing union hats and being put in special areas. That is how they control what goes on. No Justice to be found as long as the Spano’s are running Yonkers. Just look what happened at the start of the Jamal case.

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