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SECTION 606
Personnel administration; pension, retirement and other benefits
Racing, Pari-Mutuel Wagering and Breeding Law (PML) CHAPTER 47-A, ARTICLE 6
§ 606. Personnel administration; pension, retirement and other
benefits. 1. For the purposes of this section, all employees of the New
York city off-track betting corporation on or after the effective date
of the chapter of the laws of two thousand eight which amended this
section shall remain employees of such corporation after such effective
date.

2. The corporation shall administer its personnel pursuant to the
civil service law and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder,
and classification and compensation schedules of the state department of
civil service, and all other applicable provisions of general laws
relating to civil service administration. The corporation shall retain
all personnel, payroll and associated employee records and shall ensure
that the New York city employees' retirement system has access to such
records for retirement purposes consistent with current records
retention requirements.

3. Any officer or employee of the corporation who heretofore acquired
or shall hereafter acquire such position status by transfer and who at
the time of such transfer was a member of the New York city employees'
retirement system shall, with respect to such retirement system,
continue to have the rights, privileges, obligations and status which
would have applied to him if he had continued to hold the office or
position which entitled him to such membership prior to such transfer.
Employment by the corporation shall constitute city-service for the
purposes of chapter one of title thirteen of the administrative code of
the city of New York.

4. All employees and officers of the corporation in classes or
positions whose incumbents, in equivalent classes or positions of the
city, are eligible, as of the effective date hereof, to participate in,
and receive benefits from any city authorized health insurance or
welfare benefit program, shall be eligible to participate in, and
receive benefits from any such health insurance or welfare benefit
program; provided, however, that the corporation shall reimburse the
city or its designee for the actual cost of benefits under this
subdivision.