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256D.21 CONTINUATION OF BENEFITS; FORMER MINNEAPOLIS EMPLOYEES.
    Subdivision 1. Continuation of benefits. Each employee of the city of Minneapolis who is
transferred to and employed by the county under the provisions of section 256D.20 and who is a
contributing member of a retirement system organized under the provisions of chapter 422A, shall
continue to be a member of that system and entitled to all of the benefits conferred thereby and
subject to all the restrictions of chapter 422A, unless the member applies to cancel membership
within six months after January 1, 1974.
    Subd. 2. City obligation. The cost to the public of that portion of the retirement allowances
or other benefits accrued while any such employee was in the service of the city of Minneapolis
shall remain an obligation of the city and a tax shall be levied and collected by it to discharge
its obligation as provided by chapter 422A.
    Subd. 3. County obligation. The cost to the public of the retirement allowances or other
benefits accruing to employees so transferred to and employed by the county shall be the
obligation of and paid by the county at such time as the retirement board shall fix and determine in
accordance with chapter 422A. The county shall pay to the municipal retirement fund an amount
certified to the county auditor of the county by the retirement board as the cost of the retirement
allowances and other benefits accruing and owing to such county employees. The cost to the public
of the retirement allowances as herein provided shall be paid from the county revenue fund by the
county auditor upon receipt of certification from the retirement board as herein provided, and the
county board is authorized to levy and collect such taxes as may be necessary to pay such costs.
History: 1973 c 650 art 21 s 21; 1976 c 239 s 82; 1986 c 444