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City employees reap big payoffs for not calling in sick

9:29 AM, May 5, 2013
Jim Arts talks about his decision to retire as Green Bay police chief after more than 25 years in the department.
Jim Arts talks about his decision to retire as Green Bay police chief after more than 25 years in the department.
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Throughout his career of more than 25 years with the Green Bay Police Department, Jim Arts seldom called in sick.

When he retired as police chief last summer, Arts recouped unused sick days equal to more than a full year's salary.

The former police chief's payout of $158,738 was the largest among 44 city retirees who last year received a combined more than $1.8 million - three times what city officials had budgeted. ...

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