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Cambridge Retirement Board Meeting



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The meeting will be conducted entirely via Webex videoconference.
The link to join is: https://cambridgeretirementboard.my.webex.com/meet/cburns
Cambridge Retirement Board Meeting
Monday, 12/6/2021 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM ET

1.Cambridge Bancorp Presentation
Cambridge Bancorp representatives will present their report to the Board.

2.PRIM Presentation
PRIM representatives will review the system's investments in the Private Equity and Hedge Fund segments.

Vote to consider the regular minutes of the meeting held on November 1, 2021. Vote to consider the executive session minutes of the meeting held on November 1, 2021.

Vote to consider payment of warrant #22 in the amount of $8,361,770.63 and warrant #23 in the amount of $463,683.22.

Vote to consider the Superannuation retirement applications submitted by: Teresa Boukraa, Library Assistant with nineteen years; Martin Ferro, Carpenter, Cambridge Housing Authority with twenty-four years, one month; Joycelyn Hollis, Leasing Officer II, Cambridge Housing Authority with sixteen years, four months; Calvin Lee, HVAC Technician, Cambridge Health Alliance with twenty years, nine months; Thomas McCarthy Jr., Construction Manager, Community Development Dept. with fifty-one years, two months; Gregory Noseworthy, Bus Driver, School Dept. with thirty years, six months; Ellen O'Connor, Registered Nurse, Cambridge Health Alliance with thirty-nine years; Monique Rowling, Leasing Officer, Cambridge Housing Authority with ten years, eleven months; Alexandra Santamaria, Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Cambridge Health Alliance with twenty-one years, seven months.

6.Redeposits / Make-up / Liability
Vote to consider the make-up of deductions requested by: 1. Sophia G. Broberg, 1 year 1 month (pro-rated) 2. Leila Chergui, 10 months 3. Joseph A. Egitto, 1 year 11 months 4. Kelly M. Golia, 1 month 5. Yesli J. Interiano-Paez, 1 year 2 months (pro-rated) 6. Panagis T. Kougianos, 7 months (pro-rated) 7. Lance O. Mayo, 8 months (pro-rated), requesting Board to accept liability 8. Michael D. O’Shea, 1 month Vote to consider the request for redeposit of a refund from: 1. David T Harding, 10 years 6 months (pro-rated)
2. Teane A. Scott, 1 year 7 months

7.Refund Applications
Vote to consider four refund applications submitted in November.

8.Accidental Disability Benefit - Anthony Green
Vote to consider the reports of the medical panel in the Accidental Disability application filed by Anthony Green, Junior Custodian in the School Dept. Mr. Green is represented by Attorney Morgan Gray.

9.PERAC Remand - James Ravanis
Vote to consider any further action in the application for Accidental Death benefits filed by the surviving spouse of James Ravanis, a Custodian in the School Dept. Mrs. Ravanis is represented by Attorney Thomas Gibson.

10.Accidental Disability Application - Katie Masse
Vote to consider the application for Accidental Disability benefits filed by Katie Masse, a Patrol Officer in the Police Dept. Ms. Masse is represented by Attorney Alan Shapiro.

11.Administrative Budget
Vote to consider the administrative budget for calendar year 2022.

12.PERAC Memos
PERAC Memo #31 re: 2021 Pension Fraud Prevention Campaign

13.Old Business

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

15.Executive Session

16.Chairman's Report

17.Executive Director's Report

Notice of Retiree Deaths NCPERS Newsletter - Fall 2021 Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossman Q3 2021 Report Correspondence re: Hancock Natural Resource Group is adopting the Manulife Investment Management brand

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