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The Little Rock Sanitary Sewer Committee filed a lawsuit against the Arkansas Public Employees Retirement System board of trustees and the executive director after its new employees were shut out of the state retirement plan.

The APERS sent a letter the the Little Rock Sanitary Sewer last year saying the new sanitation workers wouldn't be allowed to participate in the retirement program, according to the lawsuit. But the sewer committee said the employees can legally participate only in the APERS program.

Since APERS didn't budge, the committee filed suit asking for a judge move this case to the front of the line and rule that it can go to another retirement savings program.
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Publication:Arkansas Business
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Date:Oct 16, 2000
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