A unanimous New York Appellate Division, Second Department, panel on Wednesday dismissed a suit by a former Orange County town justice seeking pay for unused sick days and lifetime health benefits for him and his wife. Retired New Windsor Town Justice Donald Suttlehan alleges the town agreed to pay the full cost of his medical care after he retired. In May 2009, less than three months before Suttlehan retired, the town passed a resolution requiring elected officials, including town judges, to pay 25 percent of the cost of a family medical plan after retiring. Suttlehan alleges the resolution was discriminatory.
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