Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Public Notices

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Public Notices

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(Published In The Journal Record May 24, 1995.)

ORDINANCE NO. 20,351

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO PERSONNEL AND RETIREMENT SYSTEMS; AMENDING SECTION 40-201, DIVISION 5 OF CHAPTER 40 OF THE OKLAHOMA CITY MUNIC-IPAL CODE, 1993, INCORPORAT-ING THE PROVISIONS OF ENROLLED SENATE BILL NO. 144 OF THE 45TH OKLAHOMA LEGIS-LATURE, WHICH AMENDED 11 OKLA. STAT. 23-108(B)(1)(C); BY DEFINING ELIGIBILITY OF RETI-REES, SURVIVORS, CERTAIN CON-TRACT EMPLOYEES, ELECTED OFFICIALS AND DISABLED EMPLOYEES TO OBTAIN HEALTH CARE AND INSURANCE BENEFITS, PROVIDING FOR RETROSPECTIVE APPLICATION AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

Emergency Ordinance

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUN-CIL OF THE CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY:

Section 1. That section 40-201, division 5 of chapter 40 of the Oklahoma City Municipal Code 1993, is amended to read:

Sec. 40-201.Healthcare and insurance benefits available to retired employees, survivors, certain contract employees, elected officials and disabled employees.

Pursuant to the provisions of 11 O.S. 1995 Supp. 23-108 and the applicable ordinances and contracts of the City, hospital and medical benefits, accident, health, dental and life insurance or any of the aforesaid provided to active employees shall be made available to retired elected officials, officers, employees of The City, contract employees to whom The City has by contract extended benefits and to employees of participating public trusts of which The City is a beneficiary, who have served in an official or employment capacity the required period of time and made the required contributions to a retirement system and qualify by membership in one of the following classes:

1.Elected officials who have served eight (8) or more years of service with The City.

2.Employees of The City, or a participating public trust, who receive a continuing benefit immediately after termination of employment, pursuant to the provisions of the: a.Employee Retirement System of The City of Oklahoma City, a retirement system established pursuant to 11 O.S. 1991, ^X 48-101 et seq. and defined in Section 40-56(16) of the Oklahoma City Municipal Code, 1980, or any successor plan; or b.Oklahoma Firefighters Pension and Retirement System, a retirement system established pursuant to 11 O.S. 1991, ^X 49-100.1, et seq., as amended, or any successor plan; or c.Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System, a retirement system established pursuant to 11 O.S. 1991, ^X 50-101 et seq., as amended, or any successor plan.

Continuing benefit means monetary payment to a retiree or the surviving spouse or surviving minor children based upon an employee's length of service, salary and/or disability allowance.

3.Employees who: a.have served with The City, or a participating public trust, for a period of ten (10) or more years, the last five (5) years of which have been consecutive; and b. …

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