As pension reform continues to be a hot button issue, Naperville Police Chief Bob Marshall’s pension benefits are being called into question again.
Agents of the Illinois Attorney General’s office are appealing last month’s court decision that allows Chief Marshall to collect his police pension while serving as police chief.
Marshall currently receives both his $154,775 salary, along with a $104,109 pension for his prior service.
The Naperville Police Pension Board originally ruled Marshall could collect his pension because when he took the position of chief he did not re-enter active duty.
Officials from the Attorney General’s Office claim that decision violated the pension code.
It is unclear when the Illinois Appellate Court will hear the case.
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