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TIGARD - The state pension board must tackle a question it didn't did·n't
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didn't do expect to face a few months back: How to allocate To reserve a resource such as memory or disk. See memory allocation. the retirement fund's robust investment gains of 2003.
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young Indian rescued by Crusoe and kept as servant and companion. [Br. Lit.: Robinson Crusoe]
See : Servant , might be able to end a one-year freeze on pension contributions to workers who joined the Public Employees Retirement System before 1996.
Under House Bill 2003 passed by the Legislature earlier this year, veteran workers' regular pension accounts were frozen until PERS erases a $1.9 billion deficit.
Experts initially predicted accounts would remain flat for three to five years, causing significant hits to worker pensions. But PERS investments were up 16.4 percent for the year on Nov. 1, and the stock market has continued to hum since then.