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Within six business days after the City of East St. Louis approves a budget, the total compensation information for each employee having a total compensation# of $75,000 or more per year will be available in Personnel Office. The Personnel Office is located on the 3rd floor, City Hall, 301 River Park Dr., East St. Louis, IL 62201.

Within six business days after the City of East St. Louis approves a budget, the total compensation information for each employee having a total compensation that is $150,000 or more per year will be available in Personnel Office. The Personnel Office is located on the 3rd floor, City Hall, 301 River Park Dr., East St. Louis, IL 62201.

IMRF was created in 1939 by the Illinois General Assembly. It began
operations in 1941 to provide disability, retirement and death benefits to
employees of units of local government. It covers all non-teaching staff in
school districts (except the Chicago district), all counties (except Cook) and
many cities (except Chicago), villages, park districts, townships or other
entities throughout the state. Over 42 different types of local government
participate, covering nearly 3,000 separate units of government.
Some units of government were mandated into IMRF such as counties
and school districts. Many join voluntarily. In both cases, once a unit
of government joins IMRF, it is a permanent commitment. The Illinois
Supreme Court has ruled a unit of government cannot withdraw.
Currently, IMRF has over 182,000 actively working participants
(members) and approximately 89,000 retirees and beneficiaries. Anyone
expected to work an hourly standard (either 600 hours or 1,000 hours)
in a 12-month period must participate in IMRF. School districts are
under a 600 hour standard. Other employers have an option. Since 1983,
employers joining IMRF could select the 1,000 hour standard (which is
irrevocable).

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