P-G Deputy Clerk Retires, to Receive $20K Payout for Unused Sick Time


PEAPACK AND GLADSTONE, NJ - Longtime Peapack-Gladstone Deputy Clerk Donna Bassman has retired effective July 31.  The Borough Council will vote on a resolution accepting her retirement at Tuesday's Council Meeting.

In the resolution, the council called Bassman "an integral part of the Administrative staff for past 11 years," and extended their "heartfelt thanks for a job well done."

At the time of her retirement, Bassman had accumulated 714.25 hours of unused sick time, of which she will reimbursed for 630 hours, and 91 hours of unused vacation time.  As per its personnel policy, the borough will pay her $20,914.20 for the unused leave time, according to a resolution that will come before the council on Tuesday.

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