The Fact of The Matter questions what Westfield Town Administrator Jim Gildea knew or knows about Westfield's pension abuse cited by New Jersey's comptroller which was reported by the New Jersey Star Ledger. Go to the following link to read Star Ledger story: http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2012/07/nj_comptroller_says_hundreds_s.html
New Jersey Statutes - Title 43 Pensions and Retirement and Unemployment Compensation - 43:3C-1 Pensioners in public employment
43:3C-1. Pensioners in public employment
1. Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, if a former member of any pension fund or retirement system, contributory or noncontributory, established under any law of this State, who has been granted a pension or retirement allowance for any cause other than vesting or deferred retirement, becomes employed again in a position which makes him eligible to be a member of another pension fund or retirement system established under any law of this State, such person shall not be enrolled in such other pension fund or retirement system if he is eligible to receive such pension or retirement allowance.
NJ Retirees, 2011
|Last||First||Final Agency||Fund||Final Avg Salary||Months|
|Annual Pension||Retire Year|
|DANNEVIG||KENNETH||WESTFIELD TOWN||PFRS - Police and Firemen's Retirement System||$123,252||315||$81,654||2011|
NJ Public Employees, 2011
|Name||KENNETH W DANNEVIG|
|Pension fund||Public Employees Retirement System|
|Base salary, 2011*||$10,850|
|Number of jobs*||1|
|Total salary, 2011*||$10,850|
* Salaries and job locations are based on information reported to the state pension system as of the end of 2011.