September 23, 2015

Employee deferred compensation plan proposals requested


Employee deferred compensation plan proposals  requested
Source: New York State Register dated September 23, 2015

The Town of Lyons is requesting proposals from qualified administrative services agencies and, or, financial organizations relating to administration, trustee services and, or, funding of a deferred compensation plan for employees of The Town of Lyons meeting the requirements of Section 457 of the Internal Revenue Code and Section 5 of the State Finance Law, including all rules and regulations issued pursuant thereto.

A copy of the proposal questionnaire may be obtained from the Town of Lyons Town Clerk,  Sal Colatarci, 43 Phelps St., Lyons, NY 14489. Telephone: (315) 946-6252 (ext. 10) or e-mail the Town at  e-mail: townofly@rochester.rr.com

All proposals must be submitted no later 30 days from the date of publication in the New York State Register no later than 4:30 p.m.

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