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ASSOCIATION SPONSORS TOWN MEETING ON GERS

Oct. 30, 2001 – A town meeting to address concerns about the Government Employees Retirement System will be held Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 6 p.m. at Palm Court Harbor View.
The informational meeting is sponsored by the Association of Concerned Native Virgin Islanders. Government employees, retirees and the general public are invited, according to a release from the association.
On the agenda are: an update of the GERS pension fund; the role of the GERS board of directors; the financial instability facing investments due to the September 11th event; existing or potential legislation that may adversely affect the pension fund.
Invited panelists include GERS administrator Laurence Bryan, assistant administrator Cecilia Harrigan, chief financial officer Willis Todman, GERS board chairman Carver Farrow and retirees such as former senator Hugo Dennis and former director of Personnel Victor Ebbesen Sr.
ACNVI president Zysca L. Williams will extend a welcome, and the moderator will be Rhudel A. George, chairman of business and economic development for the association. Questions and suggestions will be accepted. Free hors d'oeuvres will be served.

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Oct. 30, 2001 - A town meeting to address concerns about the Government Employees Retirement System will be held Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 6 p.m. at Palm Court Harbor View.
The informational meeting is sponsored by the Association of Concerned Native Virgin Islanders. Government employees, retirees and the general public are invited, according to a release from the association.
On the agenda are: an update of the GERS pension fund; the role of the GERS board of directors; the financial instability facing investments due to the September 11th event; existing or potential legislation that may adversely affect the pension fund.
Invited panelists include GERS administrator Laurence Bryan, assistant administrator Cecilia Harrigan, chief financial officer Willis Todman, GERS board chairman Carver Farrow and retirees such as former senator Hugo Dennis and former director of Personnel Victor Ebbesen Sr.
ACNVI president Zysca L. Williams will extend a welcome, and the moderator will be Rhudel A. George, chairman of business and economic development for the association. Questions and suggestions will be accepted. Free hors d'oeuvres will be served.