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It is hereby determined that John Shinkwin was the only candidate to have submitted valid nomination papers for election to the Cambridge Retirement Board.
Therefore, at the meeting of the Cambridge Retirement Board held on Monday, August 2,the Board voted to declare that John Shinkwin be considered elected to the Cambridge Retirement Board and that no election shall be held. His term will expire on July 31, He will serve in all respects as though he had been elected by election. Per Section 68 of Chapter of the Acts ofSection 91 limitations on earnings and hours worked for superannuation public retirees working in the public sector will again be in Looking for a Cambridge down to guy as of June 15, An election is to be held on September 22, for the purpose of electing a member or retiree of the Cambridge Retirement System to serve on the Retirement Board.
The person elected would serve out the unexpired portion of the current term, which ends on July 31, At the regular meeting on May 4,the Cambridge Retirement Board voted to approve a cost of living adjustment for retirees and beneficiaries. The increase will be effective on July 1, All retirees who retired on or prior to June 30, are eligible.
The new deadline is May 17, As as December 17,the Cambridge Retirement Board will be moving to a new location.
Our new office is just across the street from our old location. We are asking that you do not come to visit the new location yet. The Cambridge Retirement System is looking for applicants interested in serving as the 5th member of the Retirement System. The 5th member works with the other four members to ensure that the Retirement System is run in accordance with MGL Chapter 32 as well as local board procedures and policies. Applicants for the 5th member seat may not be an employee, retiree, or official of the City of Cambridge. Cambridge resident preferred.
The Cambridge Retirement Office is still working normal hours in order to perform all necessary functions. Since the onset of the pandemic, the retirement office has made all payments to retirees and beneficiaries on time.
We have also processed applications from 51 new retirees since March. We are experiencing issues with our telephone system at the retirement office. Calls to the office may not go through.
Please a staff member for the quickest response until the phones are repaired. At the meeting of the Cambridge Retirement Board held on, April 13,it was voted to postpone the next election for a seat on the Retirement Board.
The term for the seat currently held by John Shinkwin is due to expire on, July 31, After consulting with PERAC, our regulatory agency, it was voted that the election should be postponed in the interests of safety. Pursuant to state law, Mr. Latest News Election by Declaration Announcement.Looking for a Cambridge down to guy
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