However, the board has not yet determined how much Manganelli will receive. That calculation will be mad eby the end of November, according to Waltham Retirement Director Joseph Juppe.
Manganelli resigned on Oct. 8 days before he was indicted on child pornography charges. He has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
If Manganelli is eventually convicted of a crime, the board plans review the case and determine whether he broke rules relating to his job. If the board concludes he broke such rules, they can revoke his benefits and order he pay them back, according to the board's attorney, Michael Sacco.