Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
SECTION 1. Notwithstanding the provisions of any general or special law to the contrary, Dominic R. Scalese, a sergeant in the Cambridge police department, is hereby authorized to continue in such position until and including October thirty-first, nineteen hundred and ninety; provided, however, that he is mentally and physically capable of performing the duties of his office or position; and provided, further, that he shall not serve in any event in such position subsequent to October thirty-first, nineteen hundred and eighty-nine, unless and until he shall have been examined, at his own expense, by an impartial physician designated by the Cambridge retirement board to determine such capability. No further deductions shall be made from the regular compensation of said employee under the provisions of chapter thirty-two of the General Laws for service subsequent to said October thirty-first, nineteen hundred and eighty-nine, and upon retirement said employee shall receive a superannuation retirement allowance equal to that to which he would have been entitled had he retired on said date.
SECTION 2. The provisions of this act shall take effect upon an affirmative vote of the city council of the city of Cambridge, subject to the provisions of the charter of said city.