IML Executive Director Brad Cole sent a letter to U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx to express opposition to a proposed rule intended to consolidate some or all of the Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin into a single entity. Read more, including the letter, via the link below.
Local government employers who participate in IMRF need to be aware of a new law intended to ensure that IMRF knows to suspend a retiree’s pension payment if a retiree returns to work for an IMRF employer. Failure to follow the law could make local government employers liable for reimbursing IMRF for pension payments accrued following a retiree’s return to service.
A new law is intended to ensure that the state and local governments collaborate more effectively to obtain and publish important information about the impact of state mandates. This information is intended to help policymakers evaluate the efficacy of various state mandates.
A new law will allow municipalities without an administrative adjudication process to avail themselves of a county administrative adjudication system if the county chooses to establish a system for local governments.
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