WOODBURY - One of Long Island's highest paid schools superintendents is stepping down.
According to Newsday, Half Hollow Hills Superintendent Dr. Sheldon Karnilow will retire in September to spend time with his family.
Dr. Karnilow, 63, has been singled out by Gov. Cuomo for being one of the top 10 highest paid superintendents in the state. Dr. Karnilow earns around $352,000 a year in salary and benefits.