Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-183l-11 - Organization of board

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) Purpose. The system has as its objective the providing of retirement and other benefits for its members, their survivors and beneficiaries.
(b) Organization. The system is managed by the board consisting of twelve members: the commissioner of social services and the commissioner of education or their designees, who are ex officio members of the board; five members who are elected by the members of the retirement system for four-year terms under procedures set by the board; and five members who are appointed by the governor. One of the members of the board is elected by the board as its chair to serve for a one-year term. A secretary employed by the board is the full time chief administrator of the system. For purposes of voting for and serving as member-elected board members, persons receiving retirement benefits from the system are deemed to be members of the system.
(c) Meetings. Regular monthly meeting of the board are held on the date established by the board from time to time. The chair or the secretary may change the date for any regular monthly meeting. The chair or the secretary may at any time call a special meeting of the board.

Except as otherwise provided herein, all meetings of the board shall be open to the public. At the discretion of the chair, any member of the public may be allowed to make comments appropriate to matters related to the system. Unless the chair otherwise allows, the comments of each person shall be made immediately after the board acts upon the minutes of its previous meeting or at such other designated time.

In accordance with chapter 3 of the General Statutes, a matter which concerns a particular individual and which involves also subject matter of the sort described in subsection (e) of section 1-18a or subsection (b) of section 1-19 of the Connecticut General Statutes will be considered in executive session except if the individual concerned so requests, the matter will be considered in public session. The individual and his or her representative may be present at any meeting or executive session at which the matter is considered, and may address the board on the matter.

(d) Notice of Appeal. The board shall reconsider any decision affecting a member when so requested in writing by the member so affected. Prior to the date set for reconsideration of a prior decision of the board a member shall submit to the board a brief written statement setting out the member's position concerning the claimed error. If requested in writing and approved by the board, any member seeking reconsideration of a prior decision of the board may appear at a meeting of the board or a hearing panel of three board members appointed by the chair for the purpose of orally stating his or her position.

Such statement shall be limited to a reasonable opportunity to set out the basic facts of the members position.

(e) Records. Records of the board subject to disclosure under law shall be made available for inspection during regular business hours.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-183l-11
Effective July 30, 1996

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