PENSION - FIREMEN - USE OF MILLAGE LEVY FOR MUNICIPAL PURPOSES OTHER THAN PENSION FUND
PENSION ‑- FIREMEN ‑- USE OF MILLAGE LEVY FOR MUNICIPAL PURPOSES OTHER THAN PENSION FUND Under the provisions of § 9, chapter 255, Laws of 1961, if after an examination of and report on the condition of the firemen's pension fund by an actuary, it is determined that the condition of the fund is such as not to require all or part of the millage levy therein provided for, such millage may be levied and used for another municipal purpose.
FUNDS - INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE - PENSION - SCHOOL FUNDS - TRUSTS
CONSTITUTIONALITY OF INVESTMENT IN SECURITIES LENDING AGREEMENTS AND REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS The permanent common school fund, public pension and retirement funds, and the industrial insurance trust funds may be invested in securities lending agreements and reverse repurchase agreements pursuant to amendments to the Washington Constitution which allow such funds to be invested as authorized by law.
PENSION - FIREMEN - RIGHT TO RECEIVE MEDICAL, HOSPITAL AND NURSING CARE
PENSION - FIREMEN - RIGHT TO RECEIVE MEDICAL, HOSPITAL AND NURSING CARE RCW 41.18.060 gives the municipal firemen's pension board discretion to provide a disabled fireman with medical, hospital and nursing care as long as the disability exists.
FIREMEN - PENSION - PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS - REIMBURSEMENT FOR EXCESSIVE DEDUCTIONS
FIREMEN ‑- PENSION ‑- PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS ‑- REIMBURSEMENT FOR EXCESSIVE DEDUCTIONS 1. Firemen employed prior to January 1, 1947, are entitled to have their payroll deduction for support of the Firemen's Pension Fund reduced from 5% to 4% upon becoming eligible for retirement and continuing active employment. 2. If a five percent deduction has been erroneously continued the pension board may legally reimburse the fireman for the excessive deduction from the pension fund.