Former state police administrator Allen Delvento was hit on his pension and his last job, director of Christie’s campaign security, before being appointed to the State Parole Board.
His six-year appointment pays $116,000 per year, in addition to a $90,000 state police pension.
“Do believe that the governor should vilify people who make over $200,000 (on public payroll)?” State Sen. Paul Sarlo (D-Wood-Ridge) asked.
State Sen. Joe Kyrillos (R-Middletown) intervened. “He didn’t invent the pension system. You want to talk about pension abuses, lets pass the governor’s reforms.”
Still Delvento answered, “In my particular case it was a mandatory retirement. I think it’s fair in this situation, and in the state police (with mandatory retirement).”