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Cambridge Retirement Board Meeting – City of Cambridge, MA

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This is a hybrid meeting, held in-person at our office. The link to join the video conference is: https://cambridgeretirementboard.my.webex.com/meet/cburns
Cambridge Retirement Board Meeting
Sheila Tobin Conference Room 125 CambridgePark Drive, Suite 104 Cambridge, MA 02140
Monday, 12/5/2022 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM ET

  1. Cambridge Bancorp Presentation
    Cambridge Bancorp representatives will present their report to the Board.
  2. Minutes
    Vote to consider the regular minutes of the meeting held on November 7, 2022. Vote to consider the executive session minutes of the meeting held on November 7, 2022.
  3. Warrants
    Vote to consider payment of warrant #22 in the amount of $8,917,722.74 and warrant #23 in the amount of $2,227,539.32.
  4. Superannuation
    Vote to consider the Superannuation retirement applications submitted by: Frank Atchue, Plumbing & Gas Inspector, Inspectional Services Dept. with twenty-nine years, six months; William Connell Jr., Assistant Manager of Distribution, Water Dept. with forty-six years, two months; Stephen Lyons, Patrol Officer, Police Dept. with thirty-three years, eleven months; Frederic Riley, Deputy Superintendent, Police Dept. with thirty-three years, ten months.
  5. Redeposits / Make-up / Liability
    Vote to consider the make-up of deductions requested by: 1. Derrick S. Bridgeman, 2 years 4 months (pro-rated) 2. Ashebir T. Gezmu, 1 year 7 months (pro-rated) 3. Christine E. Gilbertson , 3 months (pro-rated), request acceptance of liability Vote to consider the redeposit of a refund for: 1. Marc Y. Jean Baptiste, 3 years 5 months (pro-rated)
  6. Make-up – Malvina Monteiro
    Vote to consider the request to make up one year of creditable service for Malvina Monteiro and the request to waive interest on the payment. Mrs. Monteiro is represented by Attorney Nicholas Poser.
  7. Refund Applications
    Vote to consider nine refund applications submitted in November.
  8. Accidental Disability Benefit – Joanne Allison
    Vote to consider the responses of the medical panel in the Accidental Disability application filed by Joanne Allison, a Parking Control Officer in the Traffic & Parking Dept. Mrs. Allison is represented by Attorney Kelli Silva.
  9. Accidental Disability Benefit – Eduardo Santana
    Vote to consider any further action in the Accidental Disability application filed by Eduardo Santana, Senior Milieu Counselor at Cambridge Health Alliance. mr. Santana is represented by Attorney Tim Smyth.
  10. PERAC Memos
    PERAC Memo #28 re: 840 CMR 28.00 Electronic Signatures PERAC Memo #29 re: 5% Local COLA Option
  11. Old Business
  12. New Business
    The Board may discuss items which were unanticipated at the time that the agenda was created.
  13. Executive Session
  14. Chairman’s Report
  15. Executive Director’s Report
  16. FYI
    Notice of Retiree Deaths Appropriation for Fiscal Year 2024 Correspondence from PERAC re: Elizabeth Vendetti Labaton Sucharow 3Q 2022 Securities Litigation Report Open Meeting Law Guide and Educational Materials 2022 Administrative Budget Correspondence from Attorney Quirk re: Hartnett vs. CRAB, PERAC and Boston Retirement System. September Financials: General Ledger, Account Summary, Trial Balance, Adjustments, Cash Disbursements, Cash Receipts, Wire Transfers.

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