RLACEI: Board Has Vacancy, Seeks New Director

The RLACEI Board of Directors is looking for members to serve on the Board. The Board ensures that our retirement benefits are protected...

The City Parties!

The Retired Los Angeles City Employees, Inc. (RLACEI) held its annual Christmas luncheon Dec. 6 at the Grace E. Simons Lodge near Dodger Stadium...

PRESIDENTS REPORT: RLACEI Works Collectively For Retiree Benefits, Interests

It is with a humble heart and an enthusiastic outlook that I begin my tenure as RLACEI President in the good company of my fellow directors.

Retirees Association Fees Increasing

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...

LEGISLATIVE REPORT: Pension Law and Policy

The major issue for public pension plans in California is the State Supreme Court’s consideration of the Cal-Fire case as to how far the “California Rule” can go in protecting any changes in a pension plan...

In Memory of Phil Skarin

Phil Skarin: Retired City Employee, RLACEI director, Alive! columnist was champion for Retirees. Phil, longtime advocate for Retirees, passed away Nov. 2...

LEGISLATIVE REPORT: Will governments raise taxes, spend less to pay pensions?

Bloomberg reported at the end of September that the Federal Reserve’s Quarterly Financial Accounts include a change to accounting for state and local pension-fund programs.

LACERS BOARD UPDATE: LACERS to create trust to keep health costs down

The LACERS Benefits Administration Committee and the full board has approved the creation of a special trust to keep premium savings from years

PRESIDENT EMERITUS: Much Accomplished in RLACEI’s Last 24 Years

With the holiday season’s passing and the start of the year upon us, we tend to reflect on all the events that occurred during the last 12 months.

RLACEI: Covid message, top of home page

A Word on COVID-19 California lifted its mask mandate and re-opened its businesses effective June 15, 2021. Californians are now free to move about with less restrictions and more socializing with friends and family. Restaurants,...