Public Safety Pension Board
What Is the Public Safety Pension Board?
The City of Berkley Public Safety Department has a Public Act 345 Pension System which is governed by a Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees makes decisions on behalf of all of the Public Safety Pension members in regard to investment firms and managers, actuarial firms, and actuarial assumptions. The City Council approves of the recommended decisions by the Board of Trustees via the annual budget process and annually setting the millage rate for the Public Act 345 Property Tax Levy.
Who We Are.
The Board of Trustees is made up of five members as follows. Three current and/or retired Public Safety Officers selected by the Berkley Public Safety Officers and an individual outside of the Berkley Public Safety Department chosen by the Mayor of Berkley and the City Treasurer who generally serves as the final Trustee and acts as the Treasurer of the Board.
|Board of Trustees||Board Title||Position||Term Expires|
|Kent Herriman||Chairperson||PSO Sergeant||N/A|
|Mark Pollock||Treasurer||Berkley Finance/Treasury Director||N/A|
|Marc Robinson||Trustee||PSO Member||N/A|
|Mark Maisonneuve||Trustee||Mayor Appointee||July 2024|
|Jim Smith||Secretary||PSO Retiree||July 2024|
When Can You Attend a Meeting?
Meeting Time: 4:00 PM
Meeting Location: 2nd Floor Public Safety Conference Room, 2395 Twelve Mile Road
2021 Meeting Dates:
All board meetings are open to members of the public to attend.
Click here to view the Agendas, Minutes, and scheduled meetings for the PSPB.