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(A) The Common Council elects coverage under the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance as provided by I.C. 5-10.1-1-1 through 5-10.1-7-2 as amended, and as they may be amended or implemented by regulations of the state agency.
(B) All positions and employees of the city are to be covered by I.C. 5-10.1-1-1 through 5-10.1-7-2, as amended, excepting the following:
(1) All members of the city’s Police Department;
(2) All members of the city’s Fire Department;
(3) The consultant to the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission and/or the Board of Zoning Appeals;
(4) The City Engineer, the compensation for which is on a fee basis; and
(5) The Attorneys and any Associate City Attorneys, the compensation for which is on a fee basis.
(C) For the purpose of carrying out the provisions of the Federal Social Security Act and amendments, the agreement entered into between the state agency with the approval of the Governor and the Social Security Administrator is made an integral part of this section.
(D) This section is, in turn, a part of the federal agreement between the political subdivision and the state agency, and of the agreement or modification of the agreement between the state and the Social Security Administrator.
(E) The Common Council agrees that it will fully perform the obligation of a political subdivision under the federal-state agreement and I.C. 5-10.1-1-1 through 5-10.1-7-2 as amended, and as they may be amended or implemented by regulations of the state agency.
(Prior Code, § 32.16)
(F) The city wishes to contribute to the full-time employees $1,900 for those who are enrolled in the HSA health plan to help with medical expenses. The city will forward the contribution to the employee’s HSA accounts. These contributions are quarterly and start the first full month of employment at $158.34 a month.
(Ord. G-10-72, passed 7-11-1972; Ord. G-09-01, passed 2-10-2009; Ord. A-16-05, passed 10-11-2016; Ord. A-17-08, passed 10-24-2017)