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Monday, March 11,
2013  7:49
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The former chief of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Department has retired, and the details of his leaving were announced.

From the Daily Record:

PARSIPPANY — Former Parsippany Police Chief Anthony DeZenzo will receive a $379,000 payout for unused sick, personal and vacation time as part of his March 1 retirement, according to documents received from the township clerk’s office.

DeZenzo retired after 31 years with the Parsippany police and one year with the Morris County Sheriff’s Department. He assumed leadership of the Parsippany force in September of 2011.

The documents show a breakdown of a calculation that pays his salary for each of 418 accrued off-days that he did not use. An additional payment of about $16,000 was approved for unused compensatory time. The annual salary listed for the calculation was $188,634.26, which included a base salary of $152,542, $15,254 for longevity, $3,300 for college and $6,204 for tech credits.

His pension, according to the state Treasury Department, is valued at $131,952 a year.

 

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