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January 15, 2013 12:00 AM

No big payout to retain Manatee County's retiring administrator

Manatee County commissioners are hoping to convince county Administrator Ed Hunzeker to forsake a one-time $337,000 check and a little over $6,000 per month in his state pension, all to remain on the job instead of retiring in August 2014 as planned.Iif commissioners succeed in convincing Hunzeker to remain in his post, the county would be on the hook for all that money.

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