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1976-038 OrdinanceORDINANCE 1976 - 38 OFFERED BY: Mr. Lowry AN ORDINANCE SUPPLEMENTING THE UNIFORM POLICY FOR FULL TIME EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF FAIRLAWN BY PROVIDING FOR OVERTIME PAY AND A LONGEVITY BONUS AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. Whereas, this Council did adopt a longevity bonus for certain employees by Ordinance No. 1974 - 105A~and Whereas, this Council has decided that hours worked by full time employees over the normal 40 hour work week should be compen- sated for by compensatory time off or l~ay. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FAIRLAWN, OHIO: Section 1: The Uniform Policy for Full Time Employees of the City of Fairlawn is hereby supplemented by the addition of Subsection VII, Overtime and Longevity Payments, to ;read as follows: A. Overtime Pay: When employees are required by their respon- sible administrative superiors to work in excess of the standard 40 hour week in any calendar week, and when the responsible administrative superior determines that it would be detrimental to the operation of the department wherein the employee renders service to grant compensatory time off pursuant to Subsection III, Compensatory Time, as set forth in the Uniform Policy For Full Time Employees of The City of Fairlawn, then in those events such employee shall be compensated for each hour or fraction thereof at the rate of one and one-half (1~) times the employees base hourly rate. Overtime pay shall be claimed, accounted for and paid for in the paycheck issued for compensation for the regular work week within which the overtime occurred. B. Longevity Bonus: For each successive five (5) years of continuous service to the City of Fairlawn, each qualifying employee shall be paid an additional Five Dollars ($5.00) per month. The additional compensation shall be paid annually in a single payment in the last paycheck each December. Section 2: That it is hereby found and determined that this legislation complies with Section 121.22, O.R.C. regarding notifi- cation of meetings and all deliberations of this Council pertaining hereto have been con_ducted in accordance therewith. Section 3: 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 to maintain an experienced group of employees and that they be paid according to law 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 Ri chard C. Lowry Pros±dent of Council Approved: February 20 .J~se~h a. F_artlaub , 197 6 Approved as to Form: ,., ,: , j /' ......., Law Director 1976 - 38