Morris firefighters, city manager disagree on contributions to pensions
By Tom Larson
A disagreement about city money that goes to the Morris Fire Department Relief Association's pension fund will be hashed out during an informational meeting July 23.
Morris City Manager Blaine Hill, in an effort to shave costs as the state's economic crisis worsens, wants to rescind an annual payment of almost $22,000 to the Relief Association's retirement account, which he says is fully funded even without the city contribution.
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