The Retirement Board May Discuss And Take Action On The Following:
- Pledge of Allegiance.
- Accept comments from the public.
- Approve minutes from the October 22, November 4, November 24, December 2, and December 9, 2015 Board meetings.
- CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR
(Government Code Section 54957.6)
Agency designated representatives:
Gail Strohl, Retirement Chief Executive Officer
Unrepresented Employees: All CCCERA unrepresented positions
- The Board will continue in closed session pursuant to Govt. Code Section 54956.9(a) to confer with legal counsel regarding pending litigation (two cases):
- Debra M. Carmel v. County of Contra Costa, et al, Contra Costa County Superior Court, Case No. C12-02360.
- Board of Retirement v. Rodeo-Hercules Fire Protection District, et al., Contra County Superior Court, Case No.: N15-1906.
- Presentation from Koff and Associates regarding total compensation report.
- Consider and take possible action to adopt salary adjustments for unrepresented classifications, except for the CEO, effective February 1, 2016.
- Educational presentation from Verus on Transition Management and Transaction Cost Analysis.
- Consider and take possible action to direct Verus to develop a model program for Transition Management and Transaction Cost Analysis.
- Educational presentation from Verus on Cash Overlay Program.
- Consider and take possible action to direct Verus and Staff to review potential Cash Overlay providers and return with recommendations.
- Consider authorizing the attendance of Board and/or staff:
- Oaktree Conference, Oaktree, March 16-17, 2016, Beverly Hills, CA. (Note: Conflict with Meeting)
- CII Spring 2016 Conference, CII, March 21-23, 2016, Washington, DC.
- Staff Report
- Outside Professionals’ Report
- Trustees’ comments
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