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Letter: Outraged by top cop pay in Nassau

Nassau County police cars in Syosset on Dec.

Nassau County police cars in Syosset on Dec. 28, 2013. Police are intensifying patrols at religious places of worship the week of April 14, 2014 as Long Islanders of different faiths observe the holidays and in light of Sunday's deadly shootings at two Kansas Jewish centers. Credit: Jim Staubitser

Another day, another revelation by Newsday that the Superior Officers Association, Police Benevolent Association, Detectives Association, district attorney's investigators are taking Nassau taxpayers to the cleaners ["Budget report: Nassau's top earners," News, March 31].

There is no one willing to stand up to these unions and say enough is enough. The unions continually want more and seem to feel that they are justified.

Do they know there are people who are starving and homeless on Long Island? Why do Nassau leaders continue to feed this insatiable beast? The greed is astonishing.

Judith Hanson, Fort Salonga