Pension Legislation 1952 - 1980

Name
Title
Date
Ordinance Number 3662 (PDF)
Amends JMERS plan to comply with ADEA, allows regular full-time employees to participate in plan if hired up to five years before normal retirement age, raises mandatory retirement age to 70, and defines voting for Pension Committee members
February 13, 1980
Ordinance Number 3615 (PDF)
Amends JMERS plan involving final average earnings, disability retirement, conflicting ordinances, etc.
July 11, 1979
Ordinance Number 3321 (PDF)
Amends JMERS plan under Ordinance 3042 to provide for additional monthly benefit for employees who retired prior to November 1, 1973
August 10, 1977
Ordinance Number 3187 (PDF)
Rescinds Ordinance 3165
September 10, 1975
Ordinance Number 3165 (PDF)
Includes elected officials in the JMERS plan
June 11, 1975
Ordinance Number 3095 (PDF)
Amends city code to require the city council to review employee benefit plans at least once every 12 months
March 13, 1974
Ordinance Number 3075 (PDF)
Adopts a procedure for election, length of term, and method of appointment for the Pension Committee
December 12, 1973
Ordinance Number 3042 Supplement (PDF)
JMERS Plan Guide approved by Ordinance 3042
November 1, 1973
Ordinance Number 3042 (PDF)
Establishes retirement plan under the Joint Municipal Employees' Retirement System (JMERS)
September 20, 1973
Motion of August 21, 1970 (PDF)
Establishes a mandatory retirement age of 65
August 21, 1970
Motion of January 11, 1969 (PDF)
Modifies hospitalization insurance coverage for dependents of employees where 2/3 is paid by employee and 1/3 is paid by employer based on total cost of coverage
January 11, 1969
Ordinance Number 1838 (PDF)
Amends an ordinance providing Federal Old Age and Survivors insurance (Social Security) for city employees and amends the plan and agreement with the Employees' Retirement System of Georgia
May 27, 1967
Motion of August 13, 1966 (PDF)

Establishes retirement plans with New England Mutual Life Insurance Company
August 13, 1966
1965 Marietta Charter Amendment (PDF)
Amends the charter for the City of Marietta to provide for a pension fund for all employees, and authorizes the City of Marietta to pay life and hospitalization insurance premiums, in whole or in part, for any or all of its employees
April 1, 1965
Motion of October 24, 1964 (PDF)
Accepts the proposal of the New England Mutual Life Insurance Company to find a pension program for city employees
October 24, 1964
1964 Marietta Charter Amendment (PDF)
Amends the charter for the City of Marietta by prescribing the authority of the Civil Service Board
March 10, 1964
1963 Marietta Charter Amendment (PDF)
Amends the charter for the City of Marietta by amending provisions pertaining to disability benefits for the city policemen and firemen
April 4, 1963
1962 Marietta Charter Amendment (PDF)
Amends the charter for the City of Marietta by changing certain provisions related to employees who leave the city and how refunds of contributions and previous service are handled in the pension fund for firemen and policemen
February 15, 1962
1961 Marietta Charter Amendment (PDF)
Amends the charter for the City of Marietta by changing certain provisions related to death benefits in the policemen and firemen's pension fund
April 5, 1961
1959 Marietta Charter Amendment (PDF)
Amends the charter for the City of Marietta by changing certain provisions related to the Civil Service System
March 2, 1959
1957 Marietta Charter Amendment (PDF)
Amends the charter for the City of Marietta by establishing a policemen and firemen pension fund
March 13, 1957
Motion of January 25, 1957 (PDF)
Authorizes the Cobb County Representatives to introduce a bill into Legislature which would provide for a pension fund for Police and Firemen of the City of Marietta
January 25, 1957
Ordinance Number 1307 (PDF)
Establishes employee benefits under Federal Old Age and Survivors Insurance (Social Security) and executes agreements with the Employees' Retirement System of Georgia
February 12, 1955
1953 Marietta Charter Amendment (PDF)
Amends the charter for the City of Marietta by excluding the payment of examination fees for applicants under civil service, and providing for a clerk of the civil service board, defining his duties, and providing compensation
March 4, 1953
1952 Marietta Charter Amendment (PDF)
Amends the charter for the City of Marietta by establishing a civil service for the police and fire departments
February 7, 1952