Bills Pending New York Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee

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NYS05898IntroRelates to providing a final average salary disability retirement benefit to certain participants in World Trade Center rescue, recovery, or cleanup operations.
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2019-06-17
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05414IntroProvides that not more than twenty per centum of the assets of any fund of the public retirement system shall be invested in foreign equities.
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2019-06-16
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS06131IntroRelates to removing the social security offset for New York city uniformed correction officers who are members of the New York city uniformed correction/sanitation revised plan.
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2019-06-16
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NYS05901IntroRelates to providing cost-of-living adjustments; increases benefits from fifty to one hundred percent.
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2019-06-16
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05902IntroProvides a cost-of-living adjustment for New York public retirement systems.
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2019-06-16
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS06217IntroEstablishes accidental disability retirement for correction officers, correction supervisors, deputy sheriff patrol and deputy sheriff patrol supervisors; provides that the annual retirement allowance payable upon accidental disability retirement sha...
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2019-06-14
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS06061IntroIncludes members of the state police who drove or rode in vehicles used in clean up operations within the definition of participation in World Trade Center rescue, recovery or cleanup operations.
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2019-06-14
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05767IntroRelates to permitting retired members to authorize a deduction from retirement benefits for membership dues in the Retired Public Employees Association, Inc.
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2019-06-13
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05924IntroProvides that service retirement benefits for members of the NYC fire department pension fund and NYC police pension fund shall not be reduced by the primary social security retirement benefit commencing at age sixty-two.
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2019-06-13
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05850IntroRemoves post-retirement earnings restrictions for New York city department of correction uniformed personnel with respect to a retiree subsequent to his or her earliest eligibility date for service retirement.
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2019-06-12
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS02095IntroGrants members or officers of the state police credit for service as a deputy sheriff, county corrections officer, or state corrections officer; two years credit; cost borne by member.
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2019-06-12
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NYS06134IntroPermits New York state teachers' and New York city teachers' retirement system members to obtain retirement credit for up to ten years of federal teaching service, including service with VISTA, Head Start and the Peace Corps, if such service would co...
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2019-06-11
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS06137IntroRelates to certain lung disabilities incurred by members of the New York city transit authority in certain cases; provides that any lung condition resulting in partial disability or death to a member of the New York city transit authority, or its sub...
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2019-06-11
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS06110IntroRelates to transfer of retirement membership for certain employees of SUNY within the professional, scientific and technical bargaining unit.
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2019-06-05
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NYS06010IntroGrants retroactive eligibility to apply for enhanced Tier 3 status to former New York City police officer Mark Rivera.
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2019-06-05
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NYS06136IntroRelates to a child care leave credit for New York city uniformed correction officers who are members of the New York city uniformed correction/sanitation revised plan.
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2019-06-03
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS06135IntroRelates to increasing benefits payable by the correction officers' variable supplements fund to beneficiaries.
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2019-06-03
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NYS05906IntroRelates to allowing certain members of the New York city police pension fund to borrow from contributions.
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2019-06-03
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NYS06060IntroProvides alternative death benefits for certain members of the state retirement system employed by Nassau, Suffolk or Westchester county in certain law enforcement and corrections positions who are entitled to service retirement at the time of their ...
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2019-06-03
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05900IntroRelates to additional member contributions for certain members under the age fifty-seven retirement program; provides that members holding certain titles who due to their age at the time of enrollment in the age fifty-seven retirement program will no...
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2019-05-31
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05585IntroProvides that the salary base for members of the city of New York fire department pension fund whose employment with the fire department of the city of New York commenced after July 1, 2000 shall be determined in the same manner as members whose empl...
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2019-05-31
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS04135IntroAuthorizes the city of Newburgh, in the county of Orange, to offer police officer Samuel Kenan Jr. an optional 20 year retirement plan.
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2019-05-30
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS06218IntroRelates to granting salary protection for provisional and temporary employees.
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2019-05-23
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05988IntroRelates to the effect and rebuttal of certain medical presumptions relating to heart disease; provides that, for certain members, any condition of impairment of health caused by a disease of the heart, resulting in disability, shall be presumptive ev...
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2019-05-22
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05851IntroPermits NYC correction officers to borrow from accumulated contributions.
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2019-05-22
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NYS05967IntroAuthorizes Michele Rickard, a town of Hamburg police officer, to receive certain credit under section 384-d of the retirement and social security law.
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2019-05-16
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NYS05956IntroAuthorizes Morgan McDole, Baraaka J. Titus and David Dunlap, firefighters in the City of Syracuse Fire Department, in the county of Onondaga, to elect to participate in an optional 20 year retirement program.
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2019-05-16
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NYS05963IntroAuthorizes Kevin Gleason, a town of Hamburg police officer, to receive certain credit under section 384-d of the retirement and social security law.
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2019-05-16
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NYS06133IntroIncreases the limitation of overtime compensation in final average salary calculations from fifteen percent to thirty percent.
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2019-05-16
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NYS05968IntroAuthorizes Robert Braeuner, a village of East Aurora police officer, to receive certain credit under section 384-d of the retirement and social security law.
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2019-05-16
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NYS06129IntroRelates to establishing a variable supplements fund for sanitation members of the New York city employees' retirement system; creates a board to manage such fund and to make payments.
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2019-05-16
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NYS05969IntroAuthorizes Paul Obrien, a village of East Aurora police officer, to receive certain credit under section 384-d of the retirement and social security law.
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2019-05-16
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NYS05965IntroAuthorizes Timothy Colling, a town of Hamburg police officer, to receive certain credit under section 384-d of the retirement and social security law.
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2019-05-16
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NYS05966IntroAuthorizes Nicholas Budney, a town of Hamburg police officer, to receive certain credit under section 384-d of the retirement and social security law.
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2019-05-16
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05996IntroAuthorizes the payment of retirement benefits by the New York state teachers' retirement system to Dominic J. Feminella, the widower of Jeannette M. Feminella, if he shall file an option election form with the retirement board of such retirement syst...
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2019-05-16
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NYS06132IntroRelates to death benefits for members of the uniformed force of the New York city department of sanitation and members of the uniformed force of the New York city department of correction; establishes that the beneficiaries of a member who would have...
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2019-05-16
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05955IntroAuthorizes the city of Syracuse to offer an optional twenty year retirement program to police officer Thomas R. Nicolini.
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2019-05-16
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NYS05992IntroAllows Frank Pallett of Wappingers Falls, New York to take the competitive civil service examination for the position of police officer and be placed on the eligible list for appointment as a full-time university police officer for the State Universi...
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2019-05-16
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NYS05889IntroRelates to the reinstatement of certain police officers.
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2019-05-16
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NYS05907IntroRelates to the payment of costs for line of duty injuries of police officers and firefighters; requires such costs for retired members of the uniformed forces of the fire or police departments be paid by the city of New York.
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2019-05-16
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05904IntroRelates to disability retirement benefits for the presumption of post-traumatic stress disorder for county 911 dispatchers, county 911 dispatcher supervisors, New York city fire alarm dispatchers, supervising fire alarm dispatchers level one and supe...
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2019-05-16
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NYS05903IntroRelates to allowing certain members of the New York city police pension fund to receive service credit for their service in the New York city police department cadet program.
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2019-05-16
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS06039IntroEstablishes disability retirement benefits for certain members who suffer any condition or impairment of health caused by diseases of the lung; covers certain titles under the New York city employees' retirement system; provides that covered members ...
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2019-05-16
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS06038IntroAllows members of the New York city employees' retirement system and the New York city board of education employees' retirement system to elect the benefits provided in chapter 96 of the laws of 1995.
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2019-05-16
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NYS05964IntroAuthorizes John Lake, a town of West Seneca police officer, to receive certain credit under section 384-d of the retirement and social security law.
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2019-05-16
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NYS05970IntroAuthorizes James Unger, a town of West Seneca police officer, to receive certain credit under section 384-d of the retirement and social security law.
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2019-05-16
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05842IntroRelates to member contribution per centum increases.
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2019-05-15
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05835IntroProvides a cost-of-living adjustment for members of retirement systems by increasing the base benefit amount for computation to $21,000.
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2019-05-15
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NYS05852IntroProvides that New York city correction officers may file for disability without 10 years of service.
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2019-05-15
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS05759IntroEnsures that public retirees are not having their benefits reduced under the state health benefit plan at the time they enroll for medicare.
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2019-05-14
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
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