Originally Published: August 1, 2017 6 a.m.
The Yavapai County Supervisors will consider making refunds to employees who contributed more than necessary to their Public Safety Personnel Retirement System and Elected Officials Retirement Plan in an amount not to exceed $225,000.
Some PSPRS members became eligible for a refund following the Hall and Parker lawsuits, said County Administrator Phil Bourdon.
Once the county has issued the refunds to impacted employees, the county will receive credit memos from PSPRS. Employees are working with Human Resources and the Finance department to minimize tax issues, he said.
Bourdon, Finance Director Dan Rusing and Human Resources Director Wendy Ross will make a presentation to the Board of Supervisors at its August meeting, 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 2, at the County Administration Building, 1015 Fair St.
Other agenda items include hearings and possible approval of:
• A three-year agreement with Yavapai Humane Society.
• New lease agreement with City of Prescott for the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Office at the Rodeo Fairgrounds.
• Hearing on refinancing of a 2008 lease agreement.
• Truth in Taxation Hearing on county flood Control District.
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