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County Employee Retirement Law   

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(a) The independent assumptions and calculations of an actuary contained in the actuarial valuation required by Section 31453 shall not be subject to the "meet and confer" provisions of the Meyers-Milias-Brown Act; however, it is recognized that those provisions require that the board or the board of supervisors meet and confer with representatives of recognized employee organizations prior to determining a course of action with respect to the recommendations contained in the actuarial valuation.

(b) (1) The independent assumptions and calculations of an actuary contained in the actuarial valuation required by Section 31453 shall not be subject to the "meet and confer" provisions of the Meyers-Milias-Brown Act; however, it is recognized that those provisions require that the governing body of a district within the county system that is not governed by the board of supervisors meet and confer with representatives of recognized employee organizations prior to determining a course of action with respect to the recommendations contained in the actuarial valuation.

(2) This subdivision shall not be operative in any county until the board of supervisors, by resolution adopted by majority vote, makes the provision applicable in that county.

(c) The intent of the Legislature, in enacting this section, is to insure the solvency and actuarial soundness of the retirement systems governed by this chapter by preserving the independent nature of the actuarial evaluation process.

(Amended by Stats. 2005, Ch. 63, Sec. 3.)