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Connecticut Laws | Title 5 State Employees
CHAPTER 66* STATE EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT ACT
Sec. 5-191a. Reimbursement of certain retired employees for moneys deducted from retirement allowance.

Sec. 5-191a. Reimbursement of certain retired employees for moneys deducted from retirement allowance. (409)(Text)

Section 5-191a is repealed, effective October 1, 2002. (410)

Sec. 5-192. Credit for transferred McCook Hospital employees. (411)(Text)

(a) Each person who was transferred to state employment under the provisions of section 5-268d of the 1967 supplement to the general statutes shall be credited for retirement purposes for his entire period of full-time service as a city employee. Credit for less than full-time service shall be determined by the State Employees Retirement Commission. (412)

(b) There shall be transferred to the State Employees Retirement Fund from the Municipal Employees Retirement Fund such amount, for each person transferred, as the State Retirement Commission and the city of Hartford determine to be equitable by reason of the transfer of city employees to the state under the provisions of said section 5-268d. (413)

(c) All rights, benefits and privileges to which members of the state retirement system are entitled, as well as rights, benefits and privileges conferred on state employees which relate to retirement, shall be given to those persons who have transferred to state employment under the provisions of said section 5-268d. All those persons who have so transferred shall be entitled to such accrued vacation and sick time as they earned under city employment. (414)

Sec. 5-192a. Credit for state college bookstore employees. (415)(Text)

Each employee under section 5-268d of the 1969 supplement to the general statutes shall be credited for retirement purposes under this chapter with his period of full-time service as an employee of any such bookstore upon payment into the State Employees Retirement Fund of such contributions as he would have paid if he had been a state employee during the period of such service and his salary for such service had been paid by the state, with five per cent interest on such contributions from July 1, 1968, to the date of payment. (416)

Sec. 5-192b. Credit for previous membership in a municipal retirement system. (417)(Text)

(a) Any person who became a member of the state employees retirement system and who previously was a member of the Connecticut municipal employees' retirement system shall receive credit for the purpose of retirement under the provisions of this chapter for the period of his service with such municipality, provided there shall be transferred to the State Employees Retirement Fund from the Connecticut Municipal Employees' Retirement Fund, on application of a state employee who is a member of tier I, the entire amount paid into the Connecticut Municipal Employees' Retirement Fund by the employee as a result of the service of such employee, plus interest at the rate being paid by the Connecticut Municipal Employees' Retirement Fund from which such amount is transferred from the date of each payment into such fund to the date such employee became a member of the state employees retirement system, such amount to be computed by the State Retirement Commission. No transfer of municipal employee contributions and interest shall be required whenever a member of the tier II plan applies for such retirement credit. (418)

(b) On or before the first of the month following three months after June 28, 1985, any member of the tier I plan in the state employees retirement system who was previously a member of the Connecticut municipal employees' retirement system and who, pursuant to the terms of section 7-440, withdrew all his contributions in the Municipal Employees' Retirement Fund upon leaving municipal employment shall be credited, for retirement purposes under this chapter, with such period of prior municipal service upon payment into the State Employees Retirement Fund of an amount equal to the total of all contributions refunded to him from the Municipal Employees' Retirement Fund plus five per cent interest on such contributions from the effective date of his withdrawal from the municipal fund to the date of his application for credit under this subsection. Such municipal service shall be considered to be active state service for the purposes of this chapter. (419)

(c) Any member of the state employees retirement system who has prior service in a municipality, or a department of a municipality, which has not accepted the provisions of part II of chapter 113 shall receive credit for the purpose of retirement under the provisions of this chapter for the period of such service, or any portion thereof, if he complies with the requirements of either subdivision (1) or subdivision (2) of this subsection. (1) Such member may purchase credit for such service upon payment to the State Employees Retirement Fund of either two or five per cent, as appropriate, of his municipal salary for the period of such service, plus an amount determined by the Retirement Commission as necessary to fund the increased benefits payable by reason of such purchase with interest at the rate of six and one-half per cent, compounded annually, on such payment. (2) Such member may obtain credit for such service upon transfer of the entire amount paid into a municipal retirement fund by the member and the municipality during the period of such service including any earned interest, and payment of an amount determined by the Retirement Commission as necessary to fund the increased benefits payable by reason of such credit, to the State Employees Retirement Fund. Where required by a municipal ordinance or charter provision, the Comptroller may enter into a reciprocal agreement with a municipality in order to effect a transfer of funds under this subdivision. No credit shall be granted under this subsection for any period of service for which a retirement benefit is being paid by any governmental unit or where such grant would result in multiple service credit for the same period of service. (420)

Sec. 5-192c. Transfer from teachers' retirement system to state employees retirement system. (421)(Text)

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