Elburn reaches settlement with Linane
ELBURN – The village has reached a settlement deal with former Police Chief James Linane, effectively ending a lawsuit Linane brought against the village over unpaid severance.
For months, attorneys for Linane and the village have argued in court over whether the village skipped out on what Linane believed to have been a contractual obligation to pay him $147,000 in severance and other unpaid compensation after he was replaced as chief in 2009.
But Glenn Gaffney, a lawyer representing Linane, said Linane and the village have reached a settlement deal in principle. He said the agreement has not been finalized, so he would not discuss the terms in detail.
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