By MyFM's Rick Michaels - As a member of the Police Chief Selection Review Committee, helping Milford find it's next Police Chief and after not renewing his contract Milford Police Chief Tom O’Loughlin, who filed a discrimination complaint against the town, is now accusing the town of retaliating against members of his family. The new claim comes in the form of an amendment to his original discrimination complaint, which was based on his age. The amendment argues that the town's Building Department and Commissioner has targeted his family in two cases, where a criminal complaint was filed for a handful of old violations, one of them was from 19 years ago. The other case involved signs supporting the Chief in violation of the town's bylaws, but the filing says the bylaw is rarely enforced. The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination is investigating the amended complaint. This is separate from Chief O’Loughlin's lawsuit against the town of Milford, when Milford Selectmen voted 2-1 not to renew his contract which will come to an end June 30th. The same two selectmen, Bill Buckley and Will Kingkade also voting 2-1 this week, to bypass Deputy Police Chief Jim Falvey and appoint a former Milford Police officer, Mike Pighetti to serve as Interim Police Chief.