Over 30 members of RPEN from 10 of our 18 chapters statewide were represented, including State President Bernard Paolini from Boulder City; State Vice-President Vicki Cameron from Henderson; State Treasurer Rita Evasovic from Bi-Valley; Kiyoshi and Bonnie Nishikawa and Lynne Ballatore from Carson; Churchill Chapter President Don Mello and his wife Saundra, along with Gaye […]
SB 224, RPEN’s privacy bill was introduced this last Monday. It has already been scheduled for a hearing on Friday, March 1st at 1:30 p.m. in Senate Government Affairs in Room 2149.
The Commission on Aging (in conjunction with AARP Nevada, Washoe County Senior Services and the Washoe County Senior Coalition, is hosting a free Senior Day at the Legislature on February 22, from 8 am to 3 pm in Carson City.
Members of RPEN have no doubt been following the lawsuit that has plagued Nevada’s Public Employees’ Retirement System (PERS) as it relates to personal, identifying information of state/public employees sought by the Nevada Policy Research Institute (NPRI). This case began in District Court and has made its’ way to the Nevada Supreme Court, much like […]
Nevada’s Public Employees’ Retirement System (PERS) Board’s request for a re-hearing to deny the Nevada Policy Research Institute’s (NPRI) access to additional personal information from retirees in PERS has been denied. The decision mirrored one made in October granting NPRI access to the following retiree information; names, salaries, dates of retirement, years of service and […]
For the second meeting this year, during the interim period between Legislative Sessions, the Interim and Retirement Benefits Committee will meet Wednesday, December 12, at 10:00 a.m. in Las Vegas. The meeting in the south is at the Grant Sawyer State Office Building, Room 4401, located at 555 East Washington Avenue, and there will also […]