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October Flash Report

A flash report for the October 1, 2020, Board of Trustee Meeting is now available.  The flash report provides a brief summary of both the topics discussed and motions passed at the May board meeting.  

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2020 Actuarial Report

Municipal Fire and Police Retirement System of Iowa’s 2020 Actuarial Report is now available. The report is used to determine the normal contribution rate payable by the participating cities, as well as the funded status.

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August Board Minutes

Minutes for the August 20, 2020 Board of Trustee meetings have been ratified by the Board and are now available. Please select the link below to view minutes for meetings that have occurred over the past twelve months.

Board of Trustee meeting minutes

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COVID-19 Update 4/10/20

TO OUR CITY OFFICIALS REGARDING COVID-19

The recent COVID-19 pandemic has raised questions as to whether a firefighter or police officer who is infected with this virus would meet the “heart disease or any disease of the lungs or respiratory tract” presumptions under Chapter 411.

MFPRSI has communicated with Dr. Patrick G. Hartley, the leading physician on MFPRSI’s Medical Board at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, on how to consider COVID-19 infections under the Chapter 411 lung ...


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COVID-19 Update 3/27/20

TO OUR CITY OFFICIALS REGARDING COVID-19

On March 26, 2020, Governor Reynolds signed a proclamation that allows Chapter 411 members retired with a service benefit to return to work without their retirement benefit being suspended. This was done to allow cities to address staffing issues during this time of statewide health emergency. As noted below in the proclamation excerpt, this was requested by the Iowa League of Cities. 

 

PROCLAMATION OF DISASTER EMERGENCY (excerpt)

RETIRED PUBLIC DISASTER RESPONDERS

SECTION TWENTY-FIVE.  Pursuant ...


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