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Mar 28, 2012 8:49 AMPublication: The Southampton Press

Southampton Bay Constable Ted Sadleir To Retire After 38 Years

Mar 28, 2012 9:43 AM

Southampton Town Senior Bay Constable Ted Sadleir will retire at the end of April after 38 years on the town’s marine patrol force.

Mr. Sadleir has been the head of the town’s bay constable unit since 1995. His retirement will take effect April 30.

His retirement was announced by the Town Board during a work session on Friday and officially accepted on Tuesday. Board members did not indicate who would be his successor as the head of the bay constables or when that decision would be made.

Mr. Sadleir will take advantage of a town retirement-incentive program that offers a $1,000 bonus to retiring town employees for each year of service to the town. He would receive a single $38,000 bonus at the time of his retirement.

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Wishing Ted well in his retirement!
By Robert I Ross (250), Hampton Bays on Apr 1, 12 5:49 PM
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The town will have a tough time trying to fill Ted's shoes. Ted is the best at what he does as senior bay constable and running a professional department. There isn't anything that he doesn't know about about the local waters, marine and environmental laws. Wishing him well in his retirement...he will be missed!
By Jaws (245), Westhampton on Apr 21, 12 1:07 AM