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Fayetteville Adopts Social Security Coverage for City Employees

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Fayetteville employees and officials became disturbed in 1947 because no provision existed for retiring elderly municipal employees who could no longer perform their duties. At that time municipal employees were excluded from Federal Social Security. Because the retirement needs of Fayetteville employees were not being met, officials and employees requested and secured the passage of a bill by the North Carolina General Assembly establishing a Fayetteville Pension Fund.
Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 20 Issue 4, Dec 1953, p9-10