The Crossville City Council has decided to go forward with a new policy that would allow the city to rehire retired employees only in the most extreme circumstances. The subject has been one of many issues at the forefront in the last few months since retired Police Chief David Beaty was recently rehired for the position. Problems arose with the city’s retirement insurance and the fact that any such person rehired would have to revert back to the older TCR system which would mean a higher cost to the city. City Manager Greg Wood recommended that such former employees not be allowed to return unless there were extraordinary circumstances that would require them to return. In such cases, if a retirement buyout was accepted, it would have to be repaid back over whatever period of time it would take to reach that employee’s 30-year threshold or five years, whichever is greater. If there were any other retirement incentives received, they would be deducted from other incentives received in the following separation. Also, that employee would see a 5 percent pay reduction to place them evenly with other employees that that have to pay-in 5 percent to ICMA.

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