[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Papillion 12-4-1990 as Ch. 1, Art. 12, of the 1990 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
NEBRASKA STATUTE REFERENCES
Section 76-1 — Neb. R.R.S. §§ 68-601 through 68-632.
The municipality hereby accepts for itself and on behalf of its officials, appointees and employees, except such as are hereinafter excluded from the provisions hereof, their dependents and survivors, the provisions, benefits and protection of the Federal Old Age and Survivors Insurance System, hereinafter designated as the "System," established by Title II of the Social Security Act, the same being Public Law 734 (81st Congress, Second Session, H.R. 6000) and to be cited as the "Social Security Act Amendments of 1950," as amended.
The term "employee" as used herein shall mean an employee as defined by said Social Security Act and shall include both officers and appointees of the municipality.
The employees of this municipality shall include all such employees as are hereby determined to be within and entitled to the benefits and protection of said system.
Any employee of the municipality occupying a position not authorized for coverage by applicable state or federal laws or regulations of the Federal Administrative Agency is excluded.
The Mayor is hereby authorized and directed to enter into such contracts and make such agreements and stipulations with the administrator of said system in and for the State of Nebraska, or such other state agency for the purpose that may hereafter be designated or created, as may be deemed necessary or expedient by said administrator or other state agency authorized in the premise, as the case may be, or as required by general law, state or federal, or any applicable regulations of said state or federal agency to extend the benefits and protection of such system to the eligible employees of the municipality, their dependents and survivors. Such contracts, agreements or stipulations shall be executed in duplicate by the Mayor and attested by the signature of the City Clerk with the seal of the municipality attached thereto, one copy thereof to be filed with and become a part of the permanent records of such municipality. Such agreement shall be made retroactive to January 1, 1951, in all respects.
Withholdings from the compensation of eligible employees of this municipality are hereby authorized, and the municipality shall impose upon such employees as to services covered, such withholdings to be made in amounts and at such times as may be required by general law, state or federal, and applicable regulations promulgated with respect thereto by state or federal administrative agencies.
There is hereby created and the City Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to set up an account to be known as the "Social Security Fund," into which the withholdings authorized by the preceding section hereof shall be paid; also the proceeds from the tax levy as hereinafter authorized, together with any appropriations from available funds that might be made from time to time by municipal authority for the benefit of said fund. Said fund shall be kept segregated and shall be used for no other purposes than the provisions and obligations of this act, as herein provided to be accomplished by such fund.
The City Treasurer shall keep such records and make such reports relevant to the administration of the Social Security Act as may be required by general law, state or federal, or as provided by regulations promulgated by either the state or federal administrator of the system.
The Mayor and City Council shall levy a tax in addition to all other taxes, or a sufficient number of cents per hundred upon the dollar of the actual value of real and personal property in this municipality, in order to defray the cost to the municipality in meeting the obligations arising by reason of the contracts, agreements or stipulations authorized herein; provided that the revenue raised by such special levy shall be used for no other purpose.
Any person who violates any of the prohibitions or provisions of any section of this chapter shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. Unless otherwise specified in the particular section for which the person stands convicted of violating, the penalty for such violation shall be in an amount not to exceed $1,000 or imprisonment for any length of time not to exceed one year, or both such fine and imprisonment at the discretion of the court.