From the NY Post:
New financial-disclosure forms released yesterday show at least one member of the council, Karen Koslowitz, is double-dipping from the public trough, earning a $122,500 salary as a city lawmaker while collecting her city pension, of at least $60,000 a year.
Koslowitz built up her pension after 23 years on the city payroll, including a decade in the council that ended in 2001 after the arrival of term limits. But she was re-elected to the council in 2009 -- and after getting her pension.
The Democrat also held posts as a former deputy borough president in Queens and as a City Council aide in the 1980s. She declined to comment.