Police Officers & Firefighters Pension Board


  • 8:30 am
  • Third Tuesday of the Second Month of each Quarter

Agenda, Backup, Minutes & Audio

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NamePositionTerm StartTerm End
VacantPolice DepartmentMay 18, 2021
May 18, 2023
Steve LuciniCity ResidentSeptember 14, 2022September 14, 2024
Ron McAndrew
City ResidentSeptember 13, 2021September 13, 2023
Bradley "Jay" EasomChairmanNovember 19, 2021November 19, 2023
VacantPolice DepartmentNovember 21, 2021
November 21, 2023


The duty of the Board of Trustees is to operate and administer the Fire and Police Pension Plan in accordance with the direction of the City Council. Duties include, but are not limited to, administration of the plan assets.

Police Officers & Firefighters Defined Benefit Plan

Information about the Police Officers & Firefighters Defined Benefit Plan or the City of Dunnellon Pension Board of Trustees for the Plan including their adopted budget is available. The requirement for the Board to adopt a budget is new legislation effective 10/01/2015.

Apply to Become a Member

Anyone wishing to apply for a position on this board should download the following application package and return to City Hall, 20750 River Drive or email to Mandy Roberts, City Clerk.

Statement of Financial Interest

Members of this board are required by the State of Florida Commission on Ethics to complete a upon being appointed and every year thereafter. The State also requires each member to complete a within 60 days of leaving or terminating your board membership. Each year, the State will mail the Form 1 directly to board members. Members are responsible for returning the form in a timely manner to avoid fines. The City of Dunnellon will not be responsible for paying any fines issued by the State due to failure to file a Form 1 or Form 1F. Once you have selected the form links above, select the forms menu option.

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