Cambridge Retirement Board Meeting


Sheila Tobin Conference Room
100 CambridgePark Drive, Suite 101
Cambridge, MA 02140

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  1. Minutes
    Vote to consider the regular minutes of the meeting held on November 4, 2019. Vote to consider the executive session minutes of the meeting held on November 4, 2019.
  2. Warrants
    Vote to consider payment of warrant #22 in the amount of $7,583,773.09 and Warrant #23 in the amount of $1,876,492.97.
  3. Superannuations
    Vote to consider the Superannuation retirement applications submitted by: Stephen Ahern, Deputy Superintendent, Police Dept. with thirty-two years, nine months; Richard Borrows, Parking Violation Cashier, Traffic & Parking Dept. with twelve years; Emma Celestin, Site Coordinator, Cambridge Health Alliance with twenty-three years, four months; Michael Franks, Firefighter with thrity-two years, six months; Lise Fried, ICH Executive Director, Cambridge Health Alliance with seventeen years; Kelly Harris, Lab Assistant IV, Cambridge Health Alliance with thirty-eight years, one month; Mary Hart, Chief Information Officer, IT Dept. with eighteen years, one month; Blondine Hyppolite, Sr. Clerk, School Dept. with thirty-two years; Maryann Kowalski, CRLS Registrar, School Dept. with eighteen years, three months; Joseph Lombardo, HVAC Technician, School Dept. with twenty-five years, seven months; Nancy Miranda, Purchasing Assistant, Housing Authority with twenty-five years, four months; Gail Salameh, Instructional Aide, School Dept. with ten years, five months; Maria Tavares, Office Manager, Cambridge Health Alliance with thirty-seven years, one month.
  4. Redeposits / Make-up / Liability
    Vote to consider the request for make-up of contributions requested by:
    1. Jeannemarie Bergin, 2 months (pro-rated)
    2. Mabrouka M. Boukraa, 2 years (pro-rated)
    3. Katrina G. Ferguson, 5 months (pro-rated)
    4. Wafaa J. Razeq, 9 months (pro-rated)

      and vote to consider the redeposit of a refund requested by:
    5. Dyavana L. Howard, 2 years (pro-rated)
  5. Refund Applications
    Vote to consider five refund applications submitted in November.
  6. Accidental Disability Benefit - Edward Corey
    Vote to consider the reports of the medical panel in the Accidental Disability application filed by Edward Corey, Laborer in the Dept. of Public Works. Mr. Corey is represented by Attorney Thomas Gibson.
  7. Accidental Disability Benefit - Lyle Lashley
    Vote to consider the reports of the medical panel in the Accidental Disability application filed by Lyle Lashley, Meter Technician in the Water Dept. Mr. Lashley is represented by Attorney Thomas Gibson.
  8. RFP - Portfolio Monitoring
    Review and discuss the proposals submitted by the candidates to provide Portfolio Monitoring services to the Board and vote to consider any further action at the January meeting.
  9. PERAC Memos
    (No PERAC Memos were issued in November.)
  10. Old Business
  11. New Business
    The Board may discuss items which were unanticipated at the time that the agenda was created.
  12. Executive Session
  13. Chairman's Report
  14. Executive Director's Report
  15. FYI
    1. Notice of Retiree Deaths
    2. PERAC Pension News - November 2019
    3. September Financials: General Ledger, Summary of Accounts, Trial Balance, Adjustments, Cash Disbursements, Cash Receipts, Wire Transfers
    4. NCPERS - Peaceful Coexistence: The Facts About Pensions and Education Funding
    5. Correspondence from John Grybauskas, Aberdeen Standard Investments re: Fee Discussion
    6. Correspondence from Eric Dooley, Hancock Natural Resource Group re: Australia Fires Update
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