To file a substitution request, complete the replacement request form and send it to bids@cityoftacoma.org. If you have posted to TERS, you may have questions about your account status and separation options. An information separation package will be given to you about two to three weeks after your separation date to help you understand your options. Please make sure your HR address is up to date so that the package adorns you. Whether you choose to withdraw your contributions or defer your retirement, you must make a decision within six months of your separation. You can visit the TERS website to view frequently asked questions or access the performance calculator under www.cityoftacoma.org/retirement. The city`s ethics policy generally prohibits separating employees from cooperation with the city as a contractor or participating in public procurement and related decisions in any capacity for any year. For more information on restrictions after separation, see Title 1 of the City Communal Order, section 1.46.030 Prohibited behavior here. If you have worked in a classification under the collective agreement with IBEW, Local 483, Tacoma Power Unit, you may have contributions on your behalf on a retired health savings (RHS) ICMA account. Please keep your mailing address up to date throughout the year so that you can get your W2 and any retroactive payments to which you are entitled. If you have already broken up, you should contact hr at (253) 591-5400 or send HRAdminTeam@cityoftacoma.org an email to request an update of your address or phone number. All meetings are held from 9:30 a.m.

to 12:00 p.m., unless otherwise noted. Amendment of the Tacoma Fircrest Canal Agreement to create a new method of calculating the residential rate to be paid by Fircrest. Adopted by Decision No. 38360, 8 Decision No. 33527 of 25 August 1998 Interlocal Agreement with Pierce County extending enhanced 9-1-1 Public Safety Answering Point Convention for 2014. Adopted by Decision No. 38828 on rcW 39.34.010. The objective of this Chapter is to enable local government entities to use their powers in the most efficient way possible, enabling them to cooperate with other places on the basis of mutual benefit and thus provide services and facilities in a manner and according to forms of governmental organization that are best suited to geographical economic activities, Demographic and other factors that influence the needs and development of local communities. . .

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