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About RECOM

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History
The organization was formed in 2001 to provide information for retired City of Mesa employees, and to advocate on behalf of the general membership on retirement issues in appropriate venues.

The Board of Directors serves the organization, establishes policy and represents RECOM in official matters.

Read our Bylaws.

Our Purpose
The mission of the organization is to: (1) provide retirees current information on matters of interest. This will include health insurance matters, state legislation and city policies and actions affecting retirees; and (2) address matters of interest to retirees in the appropriate forums.

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Meetings
At the membership meetings information is provided to members through guest speakers, legislative and issues updates and reports from our representatives on the City's Employee Benefits Task Force and Deferred Compensation Committee and other RECOM standing committees. Not only are the membership meetings informative, they offer a social and community connection for retired City of Mesa employees. (Meetings)

Resources
Selected resources such as phone numbers and contact information for City of Mesa government, Social Security Administration, Arizona State Retirement System, Public Safety Retirement System, and other community resources related to retirement are provided to the membership. (Resources)

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Committees
Members of the RECOM Board and general membership serve on various committees and task forces including:

Bylaws

The Bylaws Committee regularly reviews and recommends changes to the organization’s bylaws when necessary and appropriate. (Bylaws)

Issues

The Issues Committee monitors and reviews legislation and policies at city, state, and federal levels that may affect RECOM members. Click here to go to a list of resources available to all members where important information can be obtained. (Legislation)

Membership

The Membership Committee maintains membership records and notifies members regarding payment of dues, develops the materials for and conducts an annual membership drive, and compiles demographic and other data from the membership applications.

Nominating

The Nominating Committee oversees and conducts the annual election process for Board members.

Programs

The Programs Committee is responsible for arranging programs for monthly membership meetings, special meetings, workshops, and RECOM social gatherings.

Website

The Website Committee maintains the organization’s website, serving as liaison to the webmaster.

Employee Benefits Task Force

A RECOM member(s) represents the members’ interests at the City’s Employee Benefits Task Force meetings and provides updates to the membership. Currently, one RECOM member represents Arizona State Retirement System retirees and a second member represents Public Safety Personnel Retirement System retirees.

Deferred Compensation Committee

A RECOM member represents the members’ interests at the City’s Deferred Compensation Committee meetings and provides updates to the membership.


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