The Retirement Board May Discuss And Take Action On The Following:
- Pledge of Allegiance.
- Accept comments from the public.
- Approve minutes from the October 7, 2015 Board meeting.
- Routine items for December 9, 2015.
- Approve certifications of membership.
- Approve service and disability allowances.
- Accept disability applications and authorize subpoenas as required.
- Approve death benefits.
- Accept Asset Allocation Report
- The Board will go into closed session under Gov. Code Section 54957 to consider recommendations from the Medical Advisor and/or staff regarding the following disability retirement applications:
- The Board will go into closed session under Govt. Code Section 54956.81 to consider the sale of a particular pension fund investment.
- The Board will continue in closed session pursuant to Govt. Code Section 54956.9(d)(2) to confer with legal counsel regarding anticipated litigation (two cases).
- The Board will continue in closed session pursuant to Govt. Code Section 54956.9(d)(4) to confer with legal counsel regarding the initiation of litigation (one case).
- Consider and take possible action regarding the collection of pension overpayments from Contra Costa County due to its erroneous reporting of panel management pay as pensionable compensation.
- Consider and take possible action to adopt the 2016 Compliance Activity Plan as recommended by the audit committee.
- Legislative Update
- Consider and take possible action to add a Board meeting on December 16, 2015.
- Consider authorizing the attendance of Board and/or staff:
- Advanced Principles of Pension Management, CALAPRS, January 27-29, 2016, Los Angeles, CA.
- Aether’s 2016 annual meeting, Aether Investment Partners, January 28, 2016, Denver, CO.
- Commonfund Forum 2016, Commonfund, February 27 – March 1, 2016, Orlando, FL.
- Staff Report
- Outside Professionals’ Report
- Trustees’ comments
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