FINAL AGENDA
FIREFIGHTER AND POLICE OFFICER PENSION BOARD OF TRUSTEES
City Hall
20750 River Drive
Dunnellon, Florida 34431
November 21, 2017
8:30 a.m.


1.
CALL TO ORDER
2.
ROLL CALL
Jay Easom, Chairman & 5th member selected by board
James Roberts, Police Department Representative
Jayne Dillon, City Resident
Virginia Saalman, City Resident
3.
APPROVE MINUTES
PROPOSED MOTION:  I move the minutes of  August 8, 2017 be approved as presented.
4.
JAY EASOM TERM EXPIRED 11/19/2017
PROPOSED MOTION:  The Board has the option to reappoint Mr. Eason for another term (he has indicated he would accept, if reappointed) or the board can appoint a replacement.  This position has no requirements to be a citizen of Dunnellon or employee.
5.
ELECTION HELD FOR EMPLOYEE POSITIONS, JAMES ROBERTS TERM EXPIRED 5-18-2017 & ONE VACANT POSITION
PROPOSED MOTION:  I move to acknowledge that James Roberts was elected by the employees to serve a two-year term on this board, term to expire 05/18/2019.

PROPOSED MOTION:  I move to acknowledge that Shane Yox was elected by the employees to serve a two-year term on this board, term to expire 11/21/2019.
6.
PROPOSED RESOLUTION AMENDING THE FIRE POLICE PENSION PLAN RECOGNIZING THE INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH MARION COUNTY FOR FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES
7.
REVIEW OF FINANCIAL REPORTS
PROPOSED MOTION:  I move the board acknowledge the latest financial reports provided by Florida Municipal Pension Trust fund.
8.
ADOPTION OF FY 2017-2018 PENSION BOARD BUDGET, REQUIRED BY FLORIDA STATUTES
PROPOSED MOTION:  I move the 2017-2018 Pension Board budget be approved as presented.
9.
NEW BUSINESS
10.
PUBLIC COMMENTS
11.
ADJOURNMENT
Posted 11/17/2017

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