Randy Scott rehired as Columbia police chief
01/16/2013 12:00 AM
01/15/2013 5:09 PM
Randy Scott has been rehired as Columbia’s police chief.
Scott retired Jan. 1 to take advantage of changes in the state’s retirement system. He had to stay retired for 15 days, then reapply for his job under the state’s retirement rules.
He will return to work Wednesday, which is the first day he is eligible to return to work.
The city said Scott was one of two applicants for the job, according to a news release, though it did not say who the other applicant was. The chief’s vacancy was posted on a city website.
Scott will be paid $112,200, the same salary he earned prior to his retirement.
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