Marty Bilek's annual Sheriff's Office pension will exceed $67,000

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Posted: Monday, June 17, 2013 12:00 am

Marty Bilek, who resigned as chief deputy of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office to become Mayor Jean Stothert's chief of staff, will collect a county pension of more than $67,000 in addition to his $112,500 city salary.

Bilek's exact pension hasn't been calculated yet, but it will be buoyed by a $42,000 payout for unused vacation and compensated time banked in the early years of his career. Bilek, who is 61, was hired in 1973.

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