From the Daily News:
The lean times have yet to catch up with city government's bonus babies - scores of workers are still racking up hefty six-figure overtime.
The king of New York overtime remains Pablo Martinez, a Board of Elections senior systems analyst who scored $144,768 in overtime last year. He has been top overtime dog for several years.
Adding his base pay of $91,210, Martinez made $235,978. Not exactly A-Rod money, but it's still almost $11,000 more than the mayor's official $225,000 salary.
A list of the city's top 100 overtime earners was released Friday after a Freedom of Information request by the Daily News.
Officials of their respective agencies gave similar explanations for the high overtime: They hold essential, specialized jobs and have to put in a lot of hours because of workloads, staff shortages and no budget funds to hire additional staffers.