(a) In Pike County, no mayor or elected or appointed public official may assume a supernumerary office after the ratification date of this amendment. Any person who, on the ratification date of this amendment, is entitled to participate in a supernumerary program may continue to participate in that supernumerary program, which shall include the assumption of a supernumerary office according to the terms and conditions of the law which established that supernumerary program. Every mayor or elected or appointed public official in Pike County may participate in the Employees' Retirement System of Alabama upon the same terms and conditions as may be specified by law for any other employee in the same retirement system. A mayor or elected or appointed public official holding office at the time of the ratification of this amendment shall be eligible to purchase service credit in the Employees' Retirement System for the time the official has served in the current office. No person may participate in both a supernumerary program and the Employees' Retirement System based on the same service. For the purposes of this amendment, the words "elected or appointed public official" include, subject only to express limitation, any person elected to represent Pike County in any representative body of the state and includes any person appointed to serve the remaining term of an elected or appointed public official. The words do not include a judge, a member of a city governing body, district attorney, constable, school board member, or any official elected from a judicial circuit.
(b) Act 99-407 of the 1999 Regular Session is repealed.