Union boss warns of retirement 'mass exodus' in Hampton

Mar 25, 2011 Full story: Seacoast Online

Employee union officials say the pension reform discussion under way in the state Legislature may prompt Hampton police and firefighters to retire early, to ensure they collect the benefits promised to them.

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susan

Augusta, ME

#1 Mar 29, 2011
More fear tactics,We ain't buyin what ever you sellin. Shut up and quit then.
No fan of Lang

Augusta, ME

#2 Apr 8, 2011
However, rumor has it over 7,000 out of 50,000 have made appointments to put in papers to retire. Fact-there are no appointments until August and extra appointments were scheduled. Usually you can get an appointment in a few weeks this time of year. Not sure how many will follow through might depend on outcome and actual effective date.
Skipper

Rindge, NH

#3 Apr 9, 2011
Works for me, there'll be room for me to be promoted faster.

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