CHICAGO (CBS) — Monday is the deadline for applications for the job of Chicago Police superintendent.

The Police Board will send the names of three finalists to Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel later Monday. He could choose a candidate from the list, or ask for more names, as Mayor Richard M. Daley did in 2007 when he selected Supt. Jody Weis.

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Last week, the man thought to have been the frontrunner, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey, said he was out.

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Ramsey, a native of Chicago, decided to stay in Philly for the foreseeable future. A source told the Sun-Times that Ramsey was asking for a compensation package of more than $400,000, and Emanuel found that unacceptable.

Former Supt. Terry Hillard, who served from 1998 to 2004, is now back on an interim basis.

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But don’t look for Hillard to stay. He made it clear when he was appointed to replace Weis that he was not in it for the long haul.