Cambridge Retirement Board Meeting



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Cambridge Retirement Board Meeting
Monday, 8/2/2021 1:00 - 4:00 PM ET

Vote to consider the regular minutes of the meeting held on July 6, 2021.

Vote to consider payment of warrant #14 in the amount of $8,120,664.51 and warrant #15 in the amount of $594,828.76.

Vote to consider the Superannuation retirement applications submitted by: Sophie Anastos, Senior Account Clerk, Finance Dept. with sixty-nine years, one month; Kevin Aruda, Laborer, Dept. of Public Works with seventeen years, eight months; Edward Corey, Laborer, Dept. of Public Works with thirty-three years, four months; Catherine Day, Parking Control Officer, Traffic & Parking Dept. with seventeen years, one month; Charles Lowe, Captain, Fire Dept. with thirty-two years, three months; Lisa Rubens, Registered Nurse, Cambridge Health Alliance with twenty-seven years, ten months; Jayme Shorin, Social Work Supervisor, Cambridge Health Alliance with twenty-four years, two months; Donna Sousa, Paraprofessional, School Dept. with twenty-four years, two months.

4.Redeposits / Make-up / Liability
Vote to consider the make-up of deductions requested by: 1. Gabriel R. Lunda Fuerte, 1 month (pro-rated) 2. Irina Sidorenko, 6 months (pro-rated)

5.Refund Applications
Vote to consider eight refund applications submitted in July.

6.Refund Application - Russell Feroleto
Vote to consider the the request for a refund of deductions filed by Russell Feroleto, Skilled Laborer in the Water Dept.

7.Acciental Disability Benefit - Robert Foote
Vote to consider the reports of the medical panel in the Accidental Disability application filed by Robert Foote, Skilled Laborer in the Traffic Dept. Mr. Foote is represented by Attorney Thomas Gibson.

8.Accidental Disability Benefit - Marie Ambroise
Vote to consider the reports of the medical panel in the Accidental Disability application filed by Marie Ambroise, Laborer/Houskeeper with the Cambridge Health Alliance. Ms. Ambroise is not represented by an attorney.

9.PERAC Memos
PERAC Memo #18 - Updated Member and Beneficiary Application for Distribution of
Accumulated Total Deductions Forms PERAC Memo #19 - Mandatory Retirement Board Member Training - 3rd Quarter 2021 PERAC Memo #20 - Tobacco Company List PERAC Memo #21 - Cost of Living Increase for Supplemental Dependent Allowance Paid to Accidental Disability Retirees and Accidental Death Survivors PERAC Memo #22 - Reinstatement to Service under G.L. c. 32, Sec. 105 PERAC Memo #23 - 91A PROSPER Tasks

10.Board Election
The Election Officer will report to the Board following the close of the nomination period. Vote to consider a determination that only one candidate submitted valid nomination papers and should be declared elected.

11.Old Business

12.New Business
The Board may discuss items which were unanticipated at the time that the agenda was created.

13.Executive Session

14.Chairman's Report

15.Executive Director's Report

Notice of Retiree Deaths Agenda for Investment Review Meeting - September 9, 2021 Preliminary Analysis of Investment Performance - June 20, 2021 Correspondence from City Manager re: Commissioner Bard May Financials - General Ledger, Summary of Accounts, Trial Balance, Adjustments, Cash Disbursements, Cash Receipts, Wire Transfers Correspondence from Campbell Global re: Notice of JP Morgan Asset Management Acquisition Campbell Global - Strong US Housing Demand Drives Lumber Prices Lazard Portfolio Review - June 2021

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