Retired NJ cops say they're owed money
Say the township is offering less than they are due and less than officials previously implied they would pay
By Hannan Adely
WEST MILFORD, NJ — Two top-ranking police officers who retired last year are fighting the township over retirement pay.
Former Chief Paul Costello and former acting Capt. Michael Coscia said the township is offering them less than they are due and less than officials previously implied they would pay. Both Costello and Coscia said officials changed the way they calculated retirement payouts without warning, but township officials say they are complying with civil service rules.
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