The New York Attorney General is likely to propose the addition of 12 more members to the board of the Empire States pension fund, PlanSponsor reports. As part of the present law, the state controller is the pension systems only trustee.
Andrew Cuomo will propose a board, which will include the state controller as Chairman, one member each appointed by the governor and attorney general and four legislative leaders. The board will be rounded out by various state and local workers and retirees and a police-fire pension fund representative.
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