ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT (Chapters 1 through 182)
CIVIL SERVICE, RETIREMENTS AND PENSIONS
RETIREMENT SYSTEMS AND PENSIONS
Dental assistants, retirement by cities or towns
Section 44C. A city having a plan D or plan E charter by the affirmative vote of two thirds of all the members of the city council, any other city by vote of the city council subject to the provisions of its charter, and a town by a majority vote at an annual town meeting, may direct the appropriate city or town retirement board to retire at his own request any dental assistant whose employment began before July first, nineteen hundred and thirty-seven, and who has been in such employ for not less than thirty-five years, or who has reached the age of sixty and has been in such employ for not less than twenty-five years and has become physically or mentally incapacitated for service or labor, or who has completed a service of not less than fifteen years and is physically or mentally incapacitated for service or labor by reasons of injury received in the performance of his duties for such city or town; and if so retired his pension shall be equal to seventy-two per cent of the annual rate of compensation payable to such employee on the date of his retirement and shall be payable out of the appropriation for the support of public schools, or the payment of dental assistants.