Retirement Board

The Clinton Retirement System is one of 106 state and municipal retirement systems in Massachusetts. The System is administered by a five member board consisting of one ex-officio member, two elected members, one member appointed by the Board of Selectmen and one member elected by the four previously mentioned Retirement Board members. The Board, while operating independently, is bound by Massachusetts General Law Chapter 32. Chapter 32 establishes benefits, contribution requirements and an accounting and funds structure for all municipal retirement systems.

The Retirement Board is generally scheduled to meet on the last Tuesday of each month on the 2nd floor of the Clinton Town Hall conference room at 4:00 p.m.

Correspondence may be sent to:

Clinton Retirement Board
Clinton Town Hall
242 Church Street
Clinton, Massachusetts 01510

Phone: (978) 365-4118
Fax: (978) 612-0215

Ex Officio Member:

Appointed Member:

Elected Member:

Elected Member:

Fifth Member:

Diane L. Magliozzi
Town Accountant

David J. Baird (No term limit)
Board of Assessors Chair

Joseph P. Casasanto (Term 4/16/17 – 4/16/20)
Retired Police Lieutenant

John M. McNamara (Term 2/02/16 – 2/02/19)
Retired Fire Captain

Paul B. Cherubini (Term 02/05/15 - 02/05/18)
Executive, Dunn & Co.

Patricia Hazel, Administrator

Active Members:
Retired Members:


Related Government Websites
The Public Employee Retirement Administration Commission (PERAC) was created for and is dedicated to the oversight, guidance, monitoring and regulation of the Massachusetts Public Pension System. Massachusetts General Law Chapter 32 establishes and governs all Massachusetts Retirement boards. Use the search box at this website to link to Chapter 32. The Pension Reserves Investment Trust (PRIT) Fund is a pooled investment fund established to invest the assets of the Massachusetts State Teachers’ and Employees’ Retirement Systems, and the assets of county, authority, district and municipal retirement systems that choose to invest in the Fund. The Social Security Administration pays retirement, disability and survivors benefits to workers and their families and administers the Supplemental Security Income program. The Internal Revenue Service has a wealth of information about retirement plans, taxability of retirement and disability pay, W-2’s and 1099R’s that may be helpful in answering questions.