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Cambridge Retirement Board Meeting



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This is a hybrid meeting. Members of the public can come to the office or join the videoconference feed at: https://cambridgeretirementboard.my.webex.com/meet/cburns
Cambridge Retirement Board Meeting
Sheila Tobin Conference Room 125 CambridgePark Drive, Suite 104 Cambridge, MA 02140
Monday, 8/1/2022 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM ET
  1. Minutes
  2. Vote to consider the regular minutes of the meeting held on July 5, 2022. Vote to consider the executive session minutes of the meeting held on July 5, 2022.
  3. Warrants
  4. Vote to consider payment of warrant #14 in the amount of $8,777,778.71 and warrant #15 in the amount of $388,244.07.
  5. Superannuations
  6. Vote to consider the Superannuation retirement applications submitted by: Brooke Coulter, Registered Nurse, Cambridge Health Alliance with twenty-eight years, five months; Gerard Mahoney, Fire Chief with thirty-nine years, five months; John Meucci, Custodian, School Dept. with thirty-seven years, three months; Thomas Nunziato, Master Plumber, Dept. of Public Works with thirty years, three months; Mary Ruggiero, Paraprofessional, School Dept. with twenty years, nine months. Emilia Sousa, Billing Clerk, Cambridge Health Alliance with eighteen years, two months.
  7. Redeposits / Make-up / Liability
  8. Vote to consider the make-up of deductions requested by: 1. Pedro Hernandez, 1 year 5 months 2. Xiomara Nunez, 2 months 3. Victor M. Resendes, 1 month 4. Alessandro Tomar, 2 years 1 month (pro-rated), request acceptance of liability 5. Ruggiero Vincent, 2 months Vote to consider the redeposit of a refund requested by: 1. Sandra M. Canas, 9 months
  9. Refund Applications
  10. Vote to consider ten refund applications submitted in July.
  11. Accidental Disability Benefit - Michael Murphy
  12. Vote to consider the reports of the medical panel in the Accidental Disability application filed by Michael Murphy, a Firefighter. Mr. Murphy is not represented by an attorney.
  13. Accidental Disability Application - Howard Smith
  14. Vote to consider the Accidental Disability application filed by Howard Smith, a Firefighter. Mr. Smith is not represented by an attorney.
  15. Board Election
  16. 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.
  17. 91A Hearing - Kyle Hood
  18. Vote to consider termination of the retirement allowance paid to Kyle Hood for failure to complete the Annual Statement of Earned Income.
  19. 91A Hearing - Paul Poisson
  20. Vote to consider termination of the retirement allowance paid to Paul Poisson for failure to complete the Annual Statement of Earned Income.
  21. GASB Statements
  22. Vote to consider draft GASB Statements #67 and 68.
  23. PERAC Memos
  24. PERAC Memo #17 - Mandatory Retirement Board Member Training - 3rd Quarter 2022 PERAC Memo #18 - Expiration of Open Meeting Law Waiver PERAC Memo #19 - Extension of Open Meeting Law Waivers PERAC Memo #20 - Reinstatement to Service under G.L. c. 32, Sec 105
  25. Old Business
  26. New Business
  27. The Board may discuss items which were unanticipated at the time that the agenda was created.
  28. Executive Session
  29. Chairman's Report
  30. Executive Director's Report
  31. FYI
  32. Notice of Retiree Deaths City of Cambridge Telework Policy, Issued July 15, 2022 May Financials - General Ledger, Summary of Accounts, Trial Balance, Adjustments, Cash Disbursements, Cash Receipts, Wire Transfers.
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