[R.O. 1993 § 100.040; Ord. No. 397 §§ I — V, 1-1-1987]
Adoption Of Plan. The City of Bel-Nor adopts a retirement and disability plan ("Plan") for the exclusive benefit of its employees, copy attached hereto and incorporated by reference as if set forth in full herein, as its plan to provide contributions by the City of Bel-Nor.
Editor's Note: Said Plan is on file in the City offices.
Authorization To Execute Documents. The Mayor and the City Clerk are hereby authorized and directed to enter into and execute a retirement plan and annuity contract along with any modification deemed necessary by such officials as evidenced in writing signed by such officials on behalf of the City of Bel-Nor, and to take all necessary, required and proper action to carry into effect the provisions of such Plan and contract, and to take such actions as are necessary to qualify such Plan under the provisions of Internal Revenue Code Section 401, and are hereby authorized to execute on behalf of the City of Bel-Nor powers of attorney for such individual or individuals, as deemed appropriate by such officials, to enable such individual or individuals to represent the City of Bel-Nor before the Internal Revenue Service in order to qualify the Plan pursuant to Internal Revenue Code Section 401.
Editor's Note: See 26 U.S.C. § 401.
Modification Or Termination Of Plan. The City of Bel-Nor reserves the right to make modifications to the Plan from time to time or to terminate the Plan. That modification or termination of the Plan shall be made by ordinance duly adopted by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Bel-Nor; provided, however, that rights of employee members of the Plan are non-forfeitable except for non-payment of future premiums of the annuity contract.
[R.O. 1993 § 100.100; Ord. No. 535 § 1, 10-17-1994]
For purposes of this Section, the term "expenses" shall refer only to expenses actually and necessarily incurred in the performance of the official business of the City. The term "employee" shall include all persons employed by the City and all elected and appointed officials.
Beginning May 1, 1995, any employee incurring any expense as defined in this Section and seeking reimbursement of same may submit to the City Treasurer a voucher certified as being true and correct. The City Treasurer shall review such expense vouchers and shall reimburse to the employee only those expenses properly incurred.
The City Treasurer may advance payment of projected expenses as authorized by the Board of Aldermen when the projected expenses to be incurred would pose a financial burden on the employee. If such an advance is authorized, within ten (10) days after such expenses are actually incurred the employee shall submit to the City Treasurer a voucher for the expenses actually and necessarily incurred and any balance of the advance remaining after expenditure.