House Bill 290

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Last Action 02/11/19: posted in committee
Title AN ACT relating to the retirement benefits of city elected officials and declaring an emergency.
Bill Documents Introduced
Impact Statements Actuarial Analysis
Local Mandate
Bill Request Number 1416
Sponsor J. Petrie
Summary of Original Version Amend KRS 61.637 to allow a mayor or member of a city legislative body who does not have service credit in the County Employees Retirement System (CERS) for his or her service to the city to retire and draw benefits from CERS for other covered employment without resigning from his or her position as mayor or member of a city legislative body; make technical amendments to conform to recent court decision; amend KRS 78.540 to provide that a mayor or member of a city legislative body who has been required to participate in CERS due to other covered employment, or because of failure to make an election not to participate, may elect to not participate in CERS for service as mayor or member of the city legislative body and to receive a refund of contributions for his or her service as a mayor or member of a city legislative body; EMERGENCY.
Index Headings of Original Version Effective Dates, Emergency - Reemployment after retirement, restrictions on city elected officials
Public Officers and Employees - Reemployment after retirement, restrictions on city elected officials
Retirement and Pensions - Reemployment after retirement, restrictions on city elected officials
Retirement and Pensions - Kentucky Retirement Systems, reemployment, conformity with court decision
Cities - Reemployment after retirement, restrictions on city elected officials
Local Mandate - Reemployment after retirement, restrictions on city elected officials

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02/08/19
  • introduced in House
02/11/19
  • to Local Government (H)
  • posted in committee


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