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Police Commissioner Edward Webber last week may have been seeking to get both $321,000 salary and pension, but Bellone aides say he will be returning $1,703 to the county coffers in his next paycheck Oct. 4.

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That’s because he continued to be paid as chief of support services through the last pay period even though he was officially made commissioner on Aug. 24.

He needed to make a refund because his biweekly pay as chief totaled $190,551 a year, not counting annual payments for longevity and holidays, and that is higher than his $162,762 a year salary as commissioner.