Welcome to the Club’s New Outreach to Retirement

The Employees Club of California can assist you in making the retirement process seamless...

Two Things to Watch for In the Budget Process

Each fiscal year, the City Council’s Budget and Finance Committee and City Council consider the mayor’s proposed budget for the following fiscal year. By the time you read this article, the mayor will have proposed his budget to...

LACERS Increases Private Equity Maximums

Private equity is one of LACERS’ most important investment classes and one we depend on to produce the returns needed to keep our plan strong. The Board of Administration has approved moving the...

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Remembering Jean Low

Many Retired Public Works/Street Maintenance employees will remember Jean Low, a career long office manager and Secretary to many division heads. Jean recently passed away, after 36 years of City service...

Retireee on the Move: Meet Lupe Ortiz

Lupe Ortiz retired on May 8, 2021, after more than 36 years with the City. She worked in various departments, including Public Works/Sanitation and /Street Services, Economic and Workforce Development, Housing, Rec and Parks,...

When COLA Increase Seems Insufficient

We all feel it – gas prices skyrocketing, food prices rising, rents getting higher. Currently, we are seeing increases in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) unlike anything we have seen in the last 40 years!...

LACERS Sets COLA Amount for 2022

The LACERS Board has set the Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA) that will be effective on July 1, 2022...

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Carrie Adelia Gabriel is Retirees on the Move (PT.3)

It was an honor to represent RLACEI in the celebration of Ms. Carrie Gabriel’s 100th birthday at her home Jan. 28....