NJ town hires retired cops in new jobs

WOODBRIDSGE, N.J. - October 26, 2010

The pension payments and salaries give the men an income of more than they earned while in uniform.

Philip DiNicola is collecting a $128,000 pension after retiring as deputy police chief in Woodbridge Township. He'll also earn about $80,000 a year as the township's top court administrator.

Retired Capt. Robert Hubner will earn $75,000 tracking scofflaws on top of his $105,000 pension.

Detective Joseph Nisky will collect an $88,000 pension along with an $82,000 salary as recreation director.

Sgt. Victor Pussilo will receive about $50,000 in the evidence bureau on top of a $69,000 pension.

Mayor John McCormac tells The Home News Tribune of East Brunswick it saves taxpayers money because the men won't receive a new pension or health benefits.


Information from: Home News Tribune, http://www.mycentraljersey.com

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