Accumulated Sick-Day Payouts: ‘Local’ Problem Hits $2 Billion and Counting

Anthony DeZenzo received $379,082 on retiring as Parsippany's police chief in 2013. DeZenzo was sworn in as Parsippany's Police Chief on September 1, 2011 and retired in February 8, 2013

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Anthony DeZenzo received $379,082 on retiring as Parsippany's police chief in 2013 and six other officers who have retired this decade have received more than $200,000 apiece. Pictured is Anthony DeZenzo being sworn in by Mayor James Barberio. DeZenzo was sworn in on September 1, 2011 and retired in February 8, 2013

Public workers in a majority of New Jersey’s municipalities, school districts, and all but two of its counties are due almost $1.9 billion in pay for unused absences when they retire, with at least one employee slated to receive as much as $500,000. To put things in perspective: If this obligation were spread throughout the state,…

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