The Riverside village board is poised to terminate the contract of its fire chief on Monday night just 11 months year after inking him to a three-year deal.

According to the agenda of the Riverside village board meeting published Thursday, the village board will vote on whether to fire Chief Kevin Mulligan, who has been on paid administrative leave since Feb. 23.

Village Manager Peter Scalera said Friday that he couldn’t comment on the specifics of the decision to seek termination of the fire chief’s contract.

“Right now it’s still a personnel matter,” Scalera said.

Scalera said that Mulligan had not submitted a letter of resignation or retirement and added that there was no separate severance agreement between Mulligan and the village that trustees would be considering Monday.

“The decision the board is taking is whether to terminate the contract,” Scalera said.

Mulligan and the village agreed on a three-year contract on April 19, 2010. The contract paid Mulligan a salary of $84,614 annually, gave him unrestricted use to a village-owned vehicle, an $800-per-year uniform allowance and insurance coverage for him and his family per the village’s personnel manual.

If the village chooses to terminate the deal, the contract calls for Mulligan to be paid a three-month severance and unused sick leave. According to Scalera, the village would pay out about $33,000 to Mulligan to sever the contract.

Mulligan did not immediately return a message left on his cellphone from the Landmark seeking comment.