Emergency manager issues order to Detroit pension officials to release financial records
Order names 8 people with General Retirement System and 13 under the Police and Fire Retirement system, which represent 21,000 retirees.
Emergency manager Kevyn Orr is ordering 21 city and pension officials to provide records for Detroit's two retirement systems.
The order was signed Wednesday and names eight people with the General Retirement System and 13 under the Police and Fire Retirement system, which represent 21,000 retirees.
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Orr is seeking excess earnings, interest, board minutes and information about annual additional retiree pension payments known as the 13th check from the General Retirement System.
The order also calls for Police and Fire retirement officials to submit 13th check records, pay withheld from employee checks and system asset records.
The Associated Press left messages seeking comment from pension officials.
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