LOOKS LIKE THE BUCK stops here for two former city workers convicted of felonies who have been receiving city pensions for years.
The city pension board today was to consider disqualifying five former municipal workers from the benefit system - including two check-collecting felons who were identified by the Daily News last month.
Those two - former juvenile probation officer Sherman Washington and one-time Municipal Court employee Gladys McDowell - were among eight felons the People's Paper found were receiving benefits. Washington, who pleaded guilty to theft and conspiracy in 2004 had been getting $1,103 per month since 2003. And McDowell, who was found guilty of tampering with public records in 2004, has been getting $816 per month since 2002.