Milton Retirement Board Supplemental Regulations
- December 15, 2006:
An employee who is employed at least thirty (30) hours per week on a permanent basis shall become a member of the Milton Retirement System.
- November 3, 1989:
Any full time provisional employee must join the retirement system after working 6 months in the same position.
- September 25, 1989:
Effective July 1, 1987 all employees who are considered Permanent Part Time employees of the town, and who work at least 25 hours per week or more, are required to join the retirement system. Any employee who works less than 25 hours per week, whether they are permanent full-time or part-time is ineligible to join the system.
Any employee enrolled in the system as of July 1, 1987, who does not work at least 25 hours per week, will be allowed to continue in the system and will receive all benefits allowed by law.
An exception to this regulation is that any elected Town official, who receives a salary for his/her services, may join the retirement system.
- March 27, 2000:
Any employee of the Milton School Department or employee of the Town of Milton who is not a certified teacher and, therefore, eligible for membership in the Milton Retirement System will be given credit for a full year of creditable service if they are employed full- time for the job they perform. If the job occurs only during the school year, full-time employment in the school system would be the maximum number of hours they are assigned to the job function so long as the number equals 25 hours per week during the school year. Full-time service will be credited only if the member retires from said position.
- September 10, 1996:
Any employee of the Milton School Department who is not a certified teacher and therefore eligible to apply for membership in the Milton Retirement system will be given credit for a full year of creditable service if they are employed full-time for the job they perform if the job only occurs during the school year. Full-time employment in the school system would be the maximum number of hours that are assigned to the job function so long as the number equals 25 hours per week. Full-time service will be credited only if the member retires from said position.
- March 23, 1990:
Any part-time permanent, temporary, provisional, seasonal or intermittent employee receiving weekly or monthly salaries or wages for prescribed periods of employment be given creditable service based on actual service rendered.
Example: day = 7.5 hours, week = 37.5 hours
REVIEW OF DALA DECISIONS:
- February 8, 1991:
All written decisions received from the Division of Administrative Law Appeals be reviewed immediately upon receipt in order to take further action that may be appropriate. The Board voted to accept the new provisions amending G.L. c. 32, § 16(4). The effective date of the bill is March 18, 1991. This chapter 331 of the acts of 1990 was signed by the Governor on Dec. 18, 1990. Town Counsel will be advised of the new provisions in G.L. c. 32, § 16(4) so that orders that are directed to the attorney will be transmitted to the board for review.
- October 30, 1991:
Effective July 1, 1991, any employee eligible for membership in the retirement system may not buy back or make-up previous service for any period of time after July 1, 1991 during which his/her wages were subject to tax under FICA.