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Top Schenectady earner took in $186,873 last year
January 10, 2018

SCHENECTADY — For the third straight year, a city police sergeant made the most money in the city in 2017 — with an overtime pay well above his base salary. Sgt. Jeffrey McCutcheon, who has a decade on the force, earned a total of $186,873 during the year, a combination of his $82,417 annual base pay, $93,786 for overtime and other pay, according to city payroll records obtained by the Times Union under a Freedom of Information Act request. "After 10 years of working here, I still enjoy coming to work," said McCutcheon Wednesday, adding that most of the extra hours he spends on the job are responding to patrol calls and not in a supervisory capacity as a sergeant.



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