MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Executive Committee of the Minneapolis City Council finalized Wednesday the severance package for former Minneapolis police chief Janee Harteau.

Under the proposal, Harteau would get nearly $183,000 and 12 months of COBRA health benefits in exchange for a release of any claims.

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Mayor Betsy Hodges asked Harteau to resign after a Minneapolis police officer shot and killed Justine Damond in July. The former chief was heavily criticized for not immediately returning from vacation to address the shooting.

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A clause in Harteau’s severance agreement initially barred her from saying anything negative about Hodges. That clause was removed Wednesday.

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The full city council vote on the severance proposal will take place next week.