SB317 - Changes provisions regarding the state highway patrol retirement system
SB 317 Changes provisions regarding the state highway patrol retirement system
Sponsor: Mayer Co-Sponsor(s)
LR Number: 1362S.01P Fiscal Note: 1362-01
Committee: Pensions, Veterans' Affairs and General Laws
Last Action: 5/13/2005 - H Consent Calendar Journal Page:
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Effective Date: August 28, 2005

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SB 317 - Current law allows uniformed members of the highway patrol to purchase, prior to retirement, up to four years of creditable service for any time such person served as a non-federal full-time public employee in this state prior to becoming a member of the system. This act extends the aforementioned provision to each employee of the highways and transportation commission, each uniformed member of the highway patrol, and each civilian or non-uniformed employee of the state highway patrol. Further, the act removes a provision requiring the filing of an affidavit stating that the member is not receiving credits or benefits from any other public plan for the service to be purchased.

Further, the act states that all such creditable service payments must be completed prior to retirement or termination of employment. If a member who purchased creditable service dies prior to retirement, the surviving spouse may, upon written request, receive a refund of the amount contributed for such purchase of such creditable service.

DONALD THALHUBER