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Sec. 1104.  Pension and Retirement System Boards.
 
   (a)   Board of Fire and Police Pension Commissioners.  The Board of Fire and Police Pension Commissioners shall consist of nine members.  Five shall be appointed by the Mayor, subject to the approval of the City Council.  One shall be an active sworn member of the Fire Department as defined in this Article and elected by the members of the Fire Department.  One shall be an active sworn member of the Police Department as defined in this Article and elected by the members of the Police Department.  One shall be a retired member of the Fire Department as defined in this Article and elected by the retired members of the Fire Department.  One shall be a retired member of the Police Department as defined in this Article and elected by the retired members of the Police Department.
 
   (b)   Board of Administration for LACERS.  The Board of Administration for LACERS shall consist of seven members.  Four members, one of whom shall be a retired member of the system, shall be appointed by the Mayor subject to the approval of the Council.  Two members shall be active employee members of the system elected by the active employee members.  One shall be a retired member of the system elected by the retired members of the system.
 
   (c)   Board of Administration for WPERP.  The Board of Administration for the WPERP shall consist of seven members.  Three members shall be ex officio, three members shall be elected, and one member shall be appointed.  The ex officio members shall be the General Manager of the Department, the Chief Accounting Employee of the Department, and one Board of Water and Power Commissioner selected by that board.  Three elected members shall be active employee members of the system elected by the active employee members.  One member shall be a retired member of the system appointed by the Board of Water and Power Commissioners.
 
   (d)   Terms of Board Members.  For the Board of Fire and Police Pension Commissioners and the Board of Administration for LACERS, each elected board member shall serve for a term of five years.  For the Board of Administration for WPERP, the appointed retired member and each elected board member shall serve for a term of three years.  The terms of board members on all boards shall be staggered as determined by each board.  In case of a vacancy of an appointed seat on any board, the appointing authority for the seat shall appoint a member to serve out the unexpired term of office.  In case of a vacancy of an elected seat on any board that has more than six months remaining before expiration of the term, the applicable board shall conduct an election to select a member of the group represented by the vacant seat to serve out the unexpired term of office.
 
   (e)   Restrictions on Board Membership.  No person who is employed in any capacity by the LACERS or by WPERP shall be eligible to file for election to or be appointed to the board of their respective systems.