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STURBRIDGE - The Sturbridge police union is fighting to keep full pay incentives under the Quinn Bill.
A union representative made their case before selectmen SELECTMEN. The name of certain officers in several of the United States, who are invested by the statutes of the several states with various powers. Monday night.
The 1970 Police Career Incentive Pay Program, or Quinn Bill, gives police officers pay increases for earning degrees in law enforcement and criminal justice.
Speaking for the union, lawyer Timothy M. Burke The name Burke (from Irish Gaelic de Burca, of Norman origin). In English the meaning of the name Burke is "fortified hill." See also Berkley. Places
Typically, the town gives roughly $120,000 toward the Quinn Bill and the state reimburses it $50,000, Town Administrator James J. Malloy said.
But next fiscal year, because of town meeting action and a $26,000 state cut, there will be only about $75,000 for Quinn incentives.
Originally, Police Chief Thomas J. Ford III was looking for Looking for
In the context of general equities, this describing a buy interest in which a dealer is asked to offer stock, often involving a capital commitment. Antithesis of in touch with. $147,585 toward the Quinn Bill for FY10; however, at the annual Town Meeting, the town cut out roughly $73,000 for the line item, Mr. Malloy said. In addition, with the town expecting $24,000 in state reimbursement Reimbursement
Payment made to someone for out-of-pocket expenses has incurred. , the net cost to the town is still $50,000, Mr. Malloy said.
Mr. Burke said this is going to create a caste system Noun 1. caste system - a social structure in which classes are determined by heredity
class structure - the organization of classes within a society of two different kinds of police departments in the state - "those who are able to retain and recruit the cream of the crop" and "those who aren't."
Police Officer John P. Paciorek Jr. told selectmen the police union made "float shifts" concessions in January that saved the town $22,000 in a relatively short time.
"We were looking at it at from our perspective of we're giving the town the $22,000 worth of flow shifts without a blink blink
the involuntary movement of one or both eyelids of both eyes simultaneously. The frequency varies between species. Cats blink the least, with the possible exception of owls. In birds it is the lower eyelid which is moved up to meet the upper lid. of an eye, saying we'll work with you until the end of time," Officer Paciorek said.
He said officers are going to lose anywhere between $5,000 to $12,000 in their base pay.
"I believe you pay your people well. You retain them and you keep them and you keep them happy and they are going to put out for you for a long period of time," Officer Paciorek said.
Police Chief Thomas J. Ford III said Sturbridge gets its money's worth from his officers.
"You've got to keep supporting every one of these men and women that put themselves out there and give 100 percent," he told selectmen.
Mr. Malloy said the discussion isn't quite over yet because the Legislature hasn't come up with a budget. The consensus of the board was that they hope to revisit re·vis·it
tr.v. re·vis·it·ed, re·vis·it·ing, re·vis·its
To visit again.
A second or repeated visit.
re the issue and do whatever they can to ease the financial burden on the officers.
NAME: STURBRIDGE SELECTMEN; STURBRIDGE POLICE DEPARTMENT