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Below are gathered links of interest in regards to the City of Knoxville Pension Plan:

For the Presidential and State General Election scheduled for Nov. 6. there is a City Charter Amendment on the ballot for changes to the City Pension system.

Election Commission

Where to Vote

Nov. 6, 2012 Sample Ballot - Full Sample Ballot [PDF]
Mayor Madeline Rogero Editorial on KnoxNews.com, Oct. 7, 2012

Sample Ballot - City Charter Amendment Regarding Pension System - Nov. 6, 2012 [PDF]

Pension Plan Comparison Chart - June 2012 [PDF]

Pension Plan FAQs - June 2012 [PDF]

Pension Plan Alternatives Sent to Council - April 2012 [PDF]

City Council Pension Task Force - including board members, meetings, minutes, exhibits, reports, etc.

City of Knoxville Pension Board - including board members, meetings, minutes, current plans, etc.














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