Lexington Mayor Urges Agreement On Pension Reform Plan

Mayor Jim Gray is asking his Task Force on Pension Reform to redouble its efforts to find agreement on a plan to address the growing unfunded liability in Lexington’s pension fund.

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lItagatorhator - 6/26/2012 9:43 PM
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You mean put it into the cities hand so they can rob the rest of the money out of it the firefighters and police officers have paid into it out of their own salaries. No thank you Mr Gray.
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