Fort Worth Moves Closer To Finding Fix For $1.6 Billion Shortfall

The clock is ticking to find a home-grown solution for the troubled retirement fund before lawmakers in Austin decide to force a fix on the city.

By Christopher ConnellyDecember 13, 2018 9:30 am, , , ,

From KERA:

The Fort Worth City Council voted Tuesday night to approve changes to shore up its ailing employee retirement fund. The pension plan for police, firefighters and workers across city government faces a $1.6 billion shortfall. The council vote is just one step toward filling that gap.

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