Personnel, Pensions and Retirement
Cross References: Administration, Ch. 2; city council, § 2-21 et seq.; administrative code, § 2-196 et seq.; administrative department, § 2-236 et seq.; building inspection department, § 2-314 et seq.; emergency management division, § 2-315 et seq.; finance department, § 2-291 et seq.; fire department, § 2-301 et seq.; health department, § 2-311 et seq.; housing inspection department, § 2-320 et seq.; legal division, § 2-330 et seq.; recreation and parks department, § 2-361 et seq.; public works department, § 2-347 et seq.; city clerk and records department, § 2-266 et seq.; tax collection department, § 2-371 et seq.; treasury department, § 2-386 et seq.; welfare department, § 2-401 et seq.
Art. I. In General, §§ 11-1--11-25
Art. II. Personnel, §§ 11-26--11-45
Art. III. Pensions and Retirement, § 11-46
Secs. 11-1--11-25. Reserved.
Sec. 11-26. Personnel policies.
(a) In accordance with the establishment of personnel policies, nonunionized personnel of the city shall be authorized various fringe benefits, all of which shall be governed by prevailing state and federal law and as approved by the city council. These may be amended from time to time by the city council.
(b) In accordance with RSA 273-A:1 et seq., personnel covered by collective bargaining agreements shall be subject to the wage, benefits and other provisions therein which will be governed by prevailing state and federal law and as approved by the city council.
Secs. 11-27--11-45. Reserved.
Pensions and Retirement
Case Law Annotations: Laws of 1961, Ch. 350 printed as Part I, Subpart B, division 9 regarding pension system for certain employees.
Sec. 11-46. Public works department.
(a) A plan to be known as the public works department retirement system, as generally outlined in the specifications submitted by New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, and as to be formally set forth in a certain deposit administration group annuity contract of the New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, dated September 1, 1962, is adopted, effective September 1, 1962. The council, however, specifically reserves the right, from time to time, to amend such annuity contract.
(b) It shall be the duty of the city manager, and he is hereby empowered to:
- Purchase, in the name of the city, a deposit administration group annuity contract from the New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, to provide a system of pensions for retired employees of the public works department of the city, and when such annuity contract shall be entered into by the city manager on behalf of the city, and by such insurance company, to pay the premiums therefor.
- To take all necessary and appropriate steps to qualify the pension plan under the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code.
- The city comptroller is empowered and authorized to collect and receive all contributions by the employees to the retirement system, any and all monies, property and contributions that may be received from any source and all appropriations herefor voted by the council. All of such funds and assets shall be held in trust for the purposes of the said pension system in the name of the public works department retirement system.
(Code 1977, §§ 5:701, 5:702)
Cross References: Public works department, § 2-351 et seq.