§ 12.204.

RETIREE HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND

The Retiree Health Care Trust Fund (“RHCTF”) shall be an irrevocable trust fund established under Section A8.432. and separate from the Health Service System trust fund described in Charter Sections 12.203 and A8.428, to provide a funding source to defray the cost of the City’s, and other Participating Employers’, obligations to pay for health coverage for retired persons and their survivors entitled to health coverage under Section A8.428. Trust assets shall be held for the sole and exclusive purpose of providing health coverage to eligible retired persons and their survivors, and to defray the reasonable expenses of administering the RHCTF, including but not limited to educational, actuarial, consulting, administrative support and accounting expenses associated with the RHCTF. Administrative costs, including but not limited to educational, actuarial and consulting expenses associated with the Retiree Health Care Trust Fund, as adopted by the board of supervisors in the annual budget, shall be paid from the Retiree Health Care Trust Fund, but only upon adoption of a resolution by the Retiree Health Trust Fund Board approving such expenses.

The RHCTF shall be governed by a Retiree Health Trust Fund Board (“Board”). The Board shall consist of five trustees, one of whom shall be appointed by the City Controller, one of whom shall be appointed by the City Treasurer, one of whom shall be appointed by the Executive Director of the San Francisco Employees Retirement System, and two of whom shall be elected from among active employee and retired members of the City’s Health Service System. One of the elected trustees shall be an active employee member and one shall be a retired member as of the date of their respective elections. Each elected trustee shall serve for a term of five years. No person may serve simultaneously as a trustee on the Board and as an elected or appointed member of the San Francisco Employees Retirement System Board or the Health Service System Board.

History

(Amended by Proposition B, 6/3/2008)

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