Loading...
1976-027A OrdinanceORDINANCE 1976 - 27-A Offered by Mayor Hartlaub AN ORDINANCE INCREASING THE COMPENSATION OF THE ZONING INSPECTOR ON FEBRUARY 16, 1976, JANUARY 1, 1977, AND THEREAFTER, AND DECLARING A~N EMERGENCY. BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FAIRLAWN, OHIO: Section 1: That the compensation of the Zoning Inspector from February 16, 1976, to December 31, 1976, shall be at the annual rate of $1,908.00 and for the calendar year beginning January 1, 1977, and thereafter shall be $2,003.40 Section 2: The Finance Officer of the City of Fairlawn is hereby authorized to issue checks pursuant to Section 1 from funds properly appropriated therefor. Section 3: That it is hereby found and determined that this legis- lation complies with Section 121.22, O.R.C. regarding notification of.,meetings and all deliberations of this Council pertaining hereto have been conducted in accordance therewith. Section 4: This Ordinance is declared to be an emergency measure necessary to the health, safety and welfare of the residents of Fairlawn, Ohio,, for the reason that it is imperative that wage scales for employees be adjusted in a uniform manner and it shall therefore be in full force and effect from and after its enactment and approval by the Mayor, or at the earliest period allowed by law. Enacted: February 16, , 1976 William F. Reed Clerk of Council Richard C. LoQry President of Council Approved- February 20 "'"~~..~ .~ !, / ~., Jo)ep~ A. Harelaub ..,"[~ yo.~ , , 1976 Approved as to Form: .... .... ,. ~i~,'~.:..~.~ ~ ~.,.-."~ -':. "' Robert H. Maxson Law Director I, William F. Reed, Clerk of Council of the City of Fairlawn, Summit County, Ohio, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance 1976-27A was duly and regularly passed by the Council at a Regular Meeting on Febr.,uary 16, 1976. William F. Reed, Clerk of Council the This is to certify tl~at on 2-,20,7~. Resoluti~n was published by witl]in Ordinaace in five public 1972-108. r,~u in Ord. postinE~ a t ;,.~ copy of the same places within the.City as prescribed~- William F. Reed Clerk of Council