§5-10-33. Contributions by other participating public employers;
withholding state money to satisfy delinquencies.
(a) The board of trustees shall annually certify to each
participating public employer, other than the state, the employer
contribution rate, determined in section thirty-one hereof, for the
public employer division. Each participating public employer shall
pay to the state treasurer, for credit to the retirement system,
the contributions equal to the said contribution rate applied to
each and every payroll of the participating public employer. The
said payments shall be made in such manner and form, and in such
frequency, and shall be accompanied by such supporting data, as the
board shall from time to time prescribe. When paid, the said
contributions shall be credited to the employers accumulation fund.
(b) If any participating public employer, other than the
state, fails to make any payment due the retirement system for a
period of sixty days after the payment is due, the participating
public employer shall become delinquent, and such delinquency shall
be certified to the state auditor by the board of trustees. If any
participating public employer becomes delinquent, as provided
herein, the state auditor is authorized and directed to withhold
any money due such participating public employer by the state until
such delinquency, together with regular interest thereon, from the
date due, is satisfied. Such money so withheld by the state
auditor shall be paid to the retirement system.