The Naperville Police Pension Board recently met to discuss the chief’s pension dispute.
Last summer, the Illinois Department of Insurance filed a complaint with the Pension Board, stating that Chief Bob Marshall should not be receiving a police pension while still earning a salary for working as police chief.
The department claims that by becoming chief, Marshall re-entered the police force, thus making him no longer eligible to receive a pension.
Marshall first began receiving his pension after retiring from the Police Department in 2005 to become Assistant City Manager.
Once becoming Naperville’s chief this past May, his pension payments, according to the Department of Insurance, should have stopped.
The Naperville Police Pension Board will hold a hearing later this month and plan to issue a ruling by December 18th.
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