Monica Rodriguez says in the DB that "the city will cover the cost of Dunlap's health-insurance coverage until he becomes eligible for Medicare coverage, and at that time will pick up the cost of the highest retiree health contribution available under the contract the city has with the California Public Employees Retirement System.
The agreement also contains provisions that call for paying Dunlap $150 per hour plus expenses should his services be needed beyond his Oct. 5 retirement date."Monica Rodriguez wrote a longer article explaining that Dunlap's "been thinking about retirement on and off for the past year." Pomona Mayor Norma Torres says, "He's leaving on a very good note."
Problem is, Foothill Cities hears otherwise. Why do you think Doug Dunlap retired? Email us.
Tuesday, April 24, 2007