Author Archives: Dale Kowacki
After you retire you can work as many hours and earn as much as you want in private industry, the same for any government agency outside of Massachusetts. However, if you are receiving a retirement benefit from a government … Continue reading
The official assessment letters will be mailed this first week of January, and in the meantime you can see all the numbers, analysis, and explanation in these three documents: FY2021 Appropriation Calculation By Unit FY2021 Assessments Explained FY2021 Assessment Changes … Continue reading
The Franklin Regional Retirement System concluded a regular election on December 10, 2019, that resulted in the election of Gabriele H. Voelker to the position of Fourth Member on the board for a three-year term beginning on January 1, 2020 … Continue reading
The office is closed Monday, December 2, 2019 due to the inclement weather, and will reopen on Tuesday, December 3, 2019.
The Franklin Regional Retirement Board members met on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 to compare evaluation notes and voted to offer the contract to Powers & Sullivan because they not only had the most, relevant experience, but also the second lowest … Continue reading
The Franklin Regional Retirement Board members met on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 to compare evaluation notes and voted to offer the contract to KMS Actuaries because they offered the lowest total price as well as technical prowess equally as good … Continue reading
The Franklin Regional Retirement System will be conducting an election beginning in September and concluding in December. Please click the link to read the official notification and to download nomination papers: Election 2019 Please note: We provide limited information about … Continue reading
The Agenda for the Wednesday, July 31, 2019 Regular Board meeting has been uploaded. Click here to view.
Today the Franklin Regional Retirement Board had its annual meeting with its large cap managers and found both to be performing as expected. Polen Capital, being the board’s large cap growth manager has done exceptionally well in a period that … Continue reading
Today the Franklin Regional Retirement Board signed agreements with Fiera Capital (mid cap growth) and Chartwell Investment Partners (mid cap value) to manage its 2 mid cap allocations starting July 1, 2019 – each with about $7.3 million in assets … Continue reading