East Hampton Police Chief Matthew A. Reimondo is showne his office at the East Hampton Police Department in November 2010.
recently won a disability claim against the town that will net him $54,470 for job-related stress. file photo
EAST HAMPTON >> Former Police Chief Matthew A. Reimondo has won a disability claim against the town that stretches back some eight years.
The town is obligated to pay Reimondo a total of $54,470 for job-related stress, Town Manager Michael Maniscalco said.
The town will make a lump-sum payment of $14,665 to Reimondo
and then weekly payments of $419 a week until it reaches the stipulated cap of $54,470, Maniscalco told the Town Council
filed the claim in 2007, under the original provisions of Connecticuts heart and hypertension law.
Reimondo joined the East Hampton Police Department in 1985 and retired as chief in 2013.
declined comment on the claim.
Instead, Reimondo directed all questions about the settlement to his attorney, Andrew Morrissey of the firm of Morrissey, Morrissey & Mooney.