- $82K for unpaid vacation, sick, and personal leave
- $168K negotiated settlement.
Additionally, according to Roefaro, the City had been notified by the State that the waiver Pyleman had been given to both work for Utica while collecting his state retirement check would end next year . . . ending the retirement check and (under his Julian-era contract) obligating the City to make up the difference (an additional $67K per year).
The original Pylman contract was a bad deal for Utica just considering the 2019 expiration date. The $ provisions made it worse.
Roefaro's numbers may inflict some pain now, but they may result in a gain in the long run.