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Oct 31, 1997

Profile: New York City Pension Funds

Jon Lukomnik talks about overseeing $75 bn for New York's workers

They're everywhere in New York City. On foot, horseback, bicycle, car and three-wheel motor scooter: they're New York's finest, the police. Then there's firemen, who, when not fighting fires or riding around in big red trucks, can be found shopping for gourmand fixings at the local market. And let's not forget the city employees who keep the bureaucracy and machinery of the five boroughs going. Or the army of teachers charged with developing the minds of legions of little New Yorkers. Anyone

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