Town, city payrolls decreased across LI in 2017
Overall payroll costs among Long Island’s towns and cities decreased by more than $12 million in 2017 although overtime spending ticked up by less than 1 percent, according to Newsday’s annual analysis of municipal data.
City payroll jumped from payouts, records show
Long Beach top officials saw their pay nearly double last year because of one-time separation payouts or drawdowns of vacation ...
Police, highway dept. are bulk of town payroll
Last year's payroll included a small increase in overtime spending, records indicate.
Town reduced OT by almost 33%, records show
Overtime spending decreased for the second year in a row, dropping to $1.4 million last year, town payroll data indicate.
City’s OT costs jump in 2017, records show
Glen Cove’s overtime costs jumped nearly 8 percent from 2016 to 2017, pushing up the city’s overall payroll expenses even ...
Town's OT costs jump in 2017, records show
The town supervisor called overtime payments a necessary cost for municipal governments that "balance out" over time.
Town's payroll costs fell sharply, data shows
Oyster Bay’s town payroll costs fell sharply in 2017 because of a temporary pay cut and reductions in staff compared ...
Town payroll tops $20M for first time, data shows
The Town of Southold’s annual payroll in 2017 went over the $20 million mark for the first time, a Newsday ...
Town payroll increased less than 1%, data show
North Hempstead Town’s payroll rose 0.56 percent in 2017 over the previous year, with the town adding 20 new staffers, ...
Town payroll growth driven by OT increase
The Babylon Town payroll grew by about $260,000 from 2016 to 2017, driven by a 10 percent increase in overtime ...