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(A) Any person aggrieved by any decision of the Retirement Board may, within 30 days from the date when the decision was rendered, take an appeal to the Superior Court for the Judicial District of Waterbury.
(B) Notice of the appeal shall be given by serving a true and attested copy upon the Retirement Board within 12 days before the return date. The appeal shall state the reasons upon which it is predicated.
(C) The authority issuing the citation to the appeal shall take from the appellant a bond or recognizance to the Retirement Board, with surety, to prosecute the appeal to effect.
(D) The Retirement Board shall be required to file with the Court either the original papers acted upon by it, and constituting the record of the case appealed from, or certified copies thereof. The Court, upon the appeal, and after a hearing thereon, may reverse or affirm, wholly or partly, may modify or revise the decision appealed from, or may remand the matter to the Retirement Board for further proceedings.
(E) Costs shall not be allowed against the Retirement Board unless it appears to the Court, that it acted with gross negligence, in bad faith or with malice in making the decision appealed from.
(Ord. passed 1-24-2011)