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Mansfield Police Chief One Step Closer To New Job

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  Original Published: 10/30/2013Mansfield Police Chief Dino Sgambellone is one step closer to a new job in New Mexico. Los Alamos County Council last night approved his hiring as the Chief of Police for Los Alamos County. That council vote was the final step to clear the way for Sgambellone's hiring. According to the Los Alamos county's official website, his first day there will be November 12. Los Alamos county documents state Sgambellone will be paid an annual salary of $135,600, with annual leave accrual rates equivalent to the rates accrued by general county employees after 10 years of service. He will also receive 40 hours of leave time to move his family to Los Alamos. As of Tuesday, Sgambellone had not yet given an official resignation notice to Mansfield Mayor Tim Theaker. When asked about his departure, Sgambellone told WMFD's Greg Heindel he wasn't prepared to comment, but would likely make a statement very soon. Sgambellone has served with the Mansfield Police Department for 22 years, and as chief for the last three years.
   
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