Former Joliet City Manager Getting A Public Pension Applying For A Job in Floirida

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Retired Joliet City Manager Jim Hock is looking to become the City Manager for a Florida town. Jim Hock is one of three finalists for the City Manager’s job in Marco Island, Florida according to “Marco News.” Hock retired in May of 2017 and receives approx 165-thousand dollars in pension from the City of Joliet.  If he were to get the job in Florida he could more than double his yearly income.



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