The top two people to receive mileage reimbursement from the city government for 2012 were city inspectors. Tops was William Tracy, supervisor of building inspectors, at $1,835.31. He left the city early in 2013 for another job.
Greenberg's job is to work with special education students and families from Nashua and the schools where the students are placed, Superintendent Mark Conrad said.
As part of her job, Greenberg will visit as many as 20 such private schools, some in Massachusetts and in the western part of New Hampshire, Conrad said.
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Then there was $2,714.49 for petty cash, the second largest account.
Conrad himself came in No. 3, at $2,451.68, according to the records.
Nashua schools are tops, at least in terms of mileage reimbursements for city employees.
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all work for the school department, according to mileage records The Telegraph received through a Right to Know request.
Those were mileage reimbursements to police officers who attended a driver's license revocation hearings in Concord, said Karen Smith, the police department's business manager. The $88.80 represented two trips to those hearings, Smith said.
These are students whose educational needs are more significant than the district can provide, Conrad said.
other city employee, according to the city records.
"He was on the road also doing inspections," Ortega said.
He said much of that is traveling among the 17 schools in the Nashua district. School Administrators Association, where he serves as a regional chairperson.
Many of the schools are private, such as the Robert B. Jolicoeur School in Manchester, the Brentwood School in Merrimack and the Lighthouse School in Chelmsford, Mass., Conrad said.
Ellen Greenberg, who handles out of district placements for special education students, received $4,815.84 in mileage reimbursements in 2012, more than any Omega Rose Gold
She's on the road in her own vehicle most of the week, he said.
Ortega is head of the code enforcement department, and is on the road inspecting buildings for such problems as bedbugs, excessive litter and structural defects.
Short staffed in his department, Ortega said he carried a large caseload, as did Tracy.
Some quirks emerged in the mileage records, such as figures that pop up time and again, such as $44.40 and $88.80.
That account is for mileage Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Leather Strap reimbursement of under $50 and used by numerous city employees, such as per diem nurses, Mayor Donnalee Lozeau said. The employees paid from that account have to submit paperwork, she said.
No. 2 in city government, and No. 5 overall, was Nelson Ortega, at $1,814.38, according to records.
The city's mileage rate is determined by the federal IRS rate, which usually changes annually, according to Dave Fredette, the city treasurer and tax collector. Currently, the rate is 56.5 cents a mile for 2013, but in 2012, it was 55.5 cents, Fredette said.
The No. 2 individual on the city's reimbursement list is Thomas Arria, the School District's athletic director, at $2,499.23, according to city records.
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