The community is invited to meet its future Saline Police Chief during a meet-and-greet at 4 p.m. July 2.
That’s the day the former Chief of the Davison Township Police Department begins his work in Saline. Though City Clerk Dianne Hill will swear-in Hrinik in the morning, a ceremonial swearing-in ceremony takes place at 4:30 p.m.
Saline City Council agreed to pay Hrinik an annual salary of $91,109 at its Monday meeting. The chief will also be provided a city vehicle which can be taken home. He’ll participate in a hybrid pension plan which will require him to pay 1 to 10 percent of his grass annual wage towards his pension benefits. Hrinik will receive $5,000 for moving expenses.
Hrinik was selected out of a hiring process that lasted several months. In January, longtime chief . He was replaced by interim chief .