Pension Advisory Board

Overview


The Pension Advisory Board oversees the investments of both the police and non-uniform pension plans and the trust for other post-employment benefits (OPEB) for police (retiree health and life insurance). The Pension Advisory Board meets quarterly to review fund performance and provides recommendations to the Board of Supervisors regarding the allocations of fund investments.

Members: 5 residents of West Whiteland; 2 non-voting employee representatives
Term of Office: 3 years
Appointment Process: Appointed by the Board of Supervisors

Meetings

9 a.m. on the 4th Wednesday of January, April, July and October 
View the calendar to see the next meeting

Volunteer


Interested in volunteering for the Pension Advisory Board? Complete an application today!

Pennsylvania's Act 44 Disclosures


Pennsylvania's Act 44 of 2009 Disclosure Law requires service providers to the West Whiteland Township pension plans to provide certain disclosures on an annual basis.  Act 44 also requires potential service providers to provide disclosures in connection with their bids for services. Select one of the documents below to review a current service provider's disclosure.