Michael and Carol Portnoff are Retirees on the Move.

Jacqueline Stokes retired in April 2010 with more than 25 years of City service. During her City career she worked in four different City departments: the DWP, Public Works, Transportation and the LAPD...

LACERS Financial Report: Our Pension Avoids Lump-Sum Bad Deal

Every now and then I like to write an article covering the pensions offered in private industry and look at the rules that give small protections to employees working in the private sector...

Meet Your Board: A look at RLACEI Board Members

Cliff Cannon has been a member of RLACEI since January 2012. His vision involves making our organization truly interactive with our members...

LEGISLATIVE REPORT: Public Concern Over Govt. Pensions Eases

The Sacramento Bee recently (end of March) reported that California public opinion polls about government pensions in our state indicate that public pensions are not as much of a “big problem” or ...

RLACEI, Working for You

Jacqueline Stokes retired in April 2010 with more than 25 years of City service. During her City career she worked in four different City departments: the DWP, Public Works, Transportation and the LAPD...

Congratulations, Annie Chao

Jacqueline Stokes retired in April 2010 with more than 25 years of City service. During her City career she worked in four different City departments: the DWP, Public Works, Transportation and the LAPD...

RLACEI has been ‘Protecting Retirement Benefits Since 1973′

To continue to bring the highest quality of service and to continue to serve and advocate for Retired Los Angeles City employees, RLACEI will increase its membership dues to $3 per month...

Membership Dues: An Update

Effective Jan. 1, 2019, RLACEI membership dues are now $3 per month. This new fee includes free membership to the Employees Club...

MEET YOUR BOARD: A look at RLACEI Board Members

Hal Danowitz retired in 1999 from the Office of the Controller as the Director of Systems. Hal joined RLACEI as soon as he retired...

LACERS Financial Report: LACERS Board Approves Cost of Living Increase

Once a year, LACERS produces its comprehensive annual financial report for the fiscal year ending June 30 to cover the financial health of the plan...