HB2014 Modifies the Kansas City Public School Retirement System.
Sponsor: Skaggs, Bill (31) Effective Date:00/00/0000
CoSponsor: LR Number: 4182L.01I
Last Action: COMMITTEE: RETIREMENT
03/08/2000 - Public Hearing Held (H)
HB2014
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HB 2014 -- Kansas City School Retirement System

Sponsor:  Skaggs

This bill primarily makes changes to the Kansas City School
Retirement System to clarify the relationship of charter school
employees to the retirement system.  The bill adds to the
charter school employee statute (Section 160.420, RSMo) a
statement that charter school employees will be considered
public school employees for purposes of retirement.  If a school
system lapses, charter school personnel will continue to
participate in the retirement system as they did before the
lapse.  The bill adds definitions of "charter school" and
"employee" to the Kansas City School Retirement System and adds
the governing board of a charter school to the definition of
"employer's board."  The bill adds to the list of contingencies
faced by the school retirement system the lapse of the corporate
structure of the district and clarifies that the retirement
system will continue to be governed by existing statute and
rule.  The bill revises requirements about the board to
anticipate the consequences of loss of members appointed by the
school board from the retirement system's governing board.  The
bill prohibits the transfer of assets or merger of the
retirement system upon lapse of the district without the
approval of the retirement system board.  The bill also raises
the current limit of 530 hours on reemployment after retirement
without loss of benefits to 600 hours.


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