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Deductions from the savings plan may be made upon retirement, termination of employment, or after age 65.

Medical Benefits

All medical expenses permitted by the IRS are covered under this plan.


Account is transferred to a surviving spouse/eligible dependent for use for eligible medical expenses on a tax-free basis upon the death of the employee.  



20.1Funeral Leave:  Special leave of three (3) days without loss of pay shall be granted to an employee in the event of a death in his/her immediate family. "Immediate family" is defined as spouse, parent, child, sibling, grandparent or grandchild, mother-in-law' father-in-law, son-in-law or daughter-in-law, or any relative domiciled in the employee's home.

a.Special leave of one (1) day without loss of pay shall be granted to an employee on the day of the funeral in the event of the death of a relative not considered to be a member of the immediate family, namely, uncle or aunt, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, niece, nephew or first cousins

b.Additional funeral leave to that allowed in Sections 1 or 2, or funeral leave for a reason specified in Sections 1 or 2, may be granted by the Chief or Deputy Chief if such a leave is reasonable and will not hinder the operation of the department.

c.Within two (2) weeks following return from the leave, the employee shall forward a letter to the office of the Chief specifying the name and relationship of the deceased.

20.2Jury Duty:  Department members shall notify their Division Commander within five (5) days of receiving notice for Jury Duty and provide a copy of the notice and of any changes thereafter.

a.Those personnel summoned to jury duty shall complete the appropriate leave request form and submit the form to the Division Commander.

b.Division Commanders shall ensure the Jury Duty is noted on the monthly roster five (5) days prior to the service date.

c.Department members scheduled to work a regularly scheduled shift on the day of Jury Duty will be allowed to attend in lieu of their regularly scheduled shift.  Members scheduled to work the 2300 hrs shift the day of the Jury Duty may elect to take the previous


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