first_img State Rep. Aaron Miller of Sturgis has scheduled three town hall meetings to discuss Michigan’s school employee retirement system and other education-related topics.The schedule for the public forums:8 p.m. Wednesday, June 7: Three Rivers High School auditorium, 700 6th in Three Rivers.8 p.m. Thursday, June 8: Ross Beatty High School auditorium, 22721 Diamond Cove Road in Cassopolis.8 p.m. Thursday, June 15: Sturgis High School lecture hall, 216 Vinewood Ave. in Sturgis.Miller’s town halls come with legislation pending in the Michigan House that would close the Michigan Public School Employees Retirement System pension to new hires. New employees instead would go into a 401k-style plan identical to one for state workers. Retired and current school employees would not have to change their plans and their benefits remain intact.“I want to get input from the education community on this legislation,” said Miller, a former high school mathematics teacher and coach. “This is a great opportunity to converse in person on this subject and other education-focused topics important to southwest Michigan.”No RSVP is needed to attend the forums. 01Jun Rep. Miller schedules town halls to discuss school retirement system Categories: Miller News,Newscenter_img ###last_img

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