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(A) All city employees who are members of the Police and Fire Pension Plan must retire from employment covered by those pension plans on a date not later than the employee's sixtieth birthday. However, the employees shall not be precluded from applying for or accepting appointment to another position with the city which is not covered by the Police and Fire Pension Plan.
(B) For all city employees who are members of the General Employees Pension Plan, and for all city employees who are not members of a city pension plan the mandatory retirement date shall be the employee's sixty-fifth birthday. However, the employee may continue his employment with the city beyond his sixty-fifth birthday provided he requests the employment extension, in writing, to his department head at least 60 days prior to his sixty-fifth birthday. These extensions of employment will be subject to annual review and will require approval by the employee's department head and the City Manager, and will in no case be continued beyond the employee's seventieth birthday. Employees granted employment extensions in accordance with the provisions of this section shall be governed by the retirement provisions of the General Employees Pension System as stated in § 34.018 (B).
('58 Code, § 11.95.15) (Ord. 69-85, passed 9-9-69; Am. Ord. 75-70, passed 8-19-75)