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Retired Ramapo Police Chief Tops Highest Paid List Of Local Workers

Ramapo police Chief Peter Brower cuts a cake at his retirement party.
Ramapo police Chief Peter Brower cuts a cake at his retirement party. Photo Credit: Ramapo Police Department/Facebook

RAMAPO, N.Y. -- Ramapo’s former police chief has topped a list of the state’s highest paid local workers, according to a report on lohud.com.

Peter Brower, who retired in September, had earned $369,088 in the last fiscal year, putting him at the top of a list of 50 highest paid workers, lohud.com reported.

The list was compiled by Empire Center, a conservative think tank, the report said.

Of those on the list, lohud.com reported, 40 were police officers, 24 of whom worked for Nassau County.

For the full lohud.com report, click here .

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