The Redding City Council is holding a special meeting Wednesday night to discuss pension costs and community cleanups, among other matters.
The meeting was pushed from its normal date because of National Night Out on Tuesday, where city officials met with residents.
The council may force the city’s top brass to pay some of the cost of their pensions. The move would affect 52 employees who pay nothing on their Public Agency Retirement Services plans, which supplement California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) pensions for certain workers.
The city will also consider a response to the Shasta County Grand Jury’s report on unfunded pension liabilities and transfer responsibility for community cleanups to the city’s Solid Waste Division.
The meeting starts at 6 p.m. inside council chambers, 777 Cypress Ave. Visit cityofredding.org for a full agenda and follow along below or connect with reporter Sean Longoria on Twitter for live coverage of the meeting.
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