Town worker who retired at 42 to get benefits, $20K in age discrimination suit

PENNSVILLE TWP. — A former township employee has received a $20,000 settlement and retirement benefits after suing Pennsville for age discrimination.

Keith Lamb had worked for the Pennsville from Dec. 12, 1994 through May 1, 2015 until retiring with his most recent job as a supervisor with the water department.

He claimed in a civil lawsuit filed against the Township of Pennsville in April 2016 that when he retired at age 42 the township failed to give him the medical and life insurance coverage he was entitled to and payment for the 35 days of unused sick time he had …read more

Source: NJ.com Salem

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