HB 1165: City of Tampa, Hillsborough County
LOCAL BILL by Ambler ; Burgin
City of Tampa, Hillsborough County; Revises General Employees' Pension Plan for city; revises definitions of terms "Salaries or Wages," "Employee," & "Military Service Time"; revises application of term "Actuarial Equivalent"; defines term "Limitation Year"; provides that all employee contributions to pension fund after certain date are mandatory & that city shall pay such contributions to fund on behalf of employee, etc.
Last Action: 4/30/2010 House - Died in Committee on Government Operations Appropriations (CGHC)
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• Referred to Military & Local Affairs Policy (EDCA); Government Operations Appropriations (CGHC); Economic Development & Community Affairs Policy Council
• Introduced, referred to Military & Local Affairs Policy (EDCA); Government Operations Appropriations (CGHC); Economic Development & Community Affairs Policy Council -HJ 00104
• On Committee agenda-- Military & Local Affairs Policy (EDCA), 03/15/10, 12:00 pm, Webster Hall
• Favorable by Military & Local Affairs Policy (EDCA); YEAS 13 NAYS 0 -HJ 00301; Now in Government Operations Appropriations (CGHC) -HJ 00301
• Died in Committee on Government Operations Appropriations (CGHC)
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