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Public Safety Retirement System


Ballot Proposal 2012-05, approved by Oak Park voters.
Public Act 345 of 1937, MCL 38.551-38.562, as amended
Resolution of City Council, SCM-03-073-13.

Appointing Authority

Various, see below.

There are five Board Members, including the City Treasurer (or their designee), two members of City Council who are appointed by City Council, one active member of Command Officers Association who is elected by its members, and one active member of Public Safety Officers Association who is elected by its members.

The Commissioners serve four year terms expiring in February.

Meeting Dates and Times
The Board meets the fourth Monday of each month at 4:30 p.m.

January 24, 2022                              
February 28, 2022                            
March 28, 2022
April 25, 2022                                    
May 23, 2022                                    
June 27, 2022
July 25, 2022                                      
August 22, 2022                                
September 26, 2022
October 24, 2022                              
November 28, 2022                          
December 27, 2022

Meeting Location
City Hall
City of Oak Park
14000 Oak Park Blvd.
Oak Park, MI 48237

Makes rules and regulations necessary to the proper conduct of the business of the retirement system; retains legal, medical, actuarial, clerical, or other services as may be necessary; and makes compensations for services retained.

Actively Serving Members

The following individuals are active members of this Board:

Daniel Batora, Public Safety Officers’ Representative
Shawn Tetler, Lieutenant of Public Safety (Command Representative)
Carolyn Burns, Mayor Pro tem
Solomon Radner, Council Member
Erik Tungate, City Manager
Ed Norris, City Clerk (Staff)
Saundra Crawford, Deputy Director of Finance (Staff)

Public Safety Board Bylaws

Meeting Minutes

Please find minutes on Municode