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Proposed bill would end lifeguard pensions in NJ

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Posted: Wednesday, May 11, 2016 10:32 am

CAPE MAY — Proposed state legislation introduced last week could eliminate pensions for both present and future lifeguards. 

Bill S-2085, which is pending before the state Senate, says: “Current statutes provide for the establishment of a pension fund for members of the lifeguard force of cities of the fourth class, which are seaside or summer resort cities bordering on the Atlantic Ocean. Atlantic City, for example, pays more than $1 million to its retired lifeguards each year. The seven statutes governing these lifeguard pension funds were enacted in 1928 and last amended in 1936.”

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