Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

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Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Public Notices

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(93332) (Published in the Journal Record September 18, 1991.) ORDINANCE NO. 19,649 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING& CHAPTER 40, ARTICLE II, DIVI- SION 2, SECTIONS 40-16 AND 40-18, OF THE OKLAHOMA CITY MUNIC- IPAL CODE, 1980, BY PROVIDING THAT ALL TIME ACTUALLY& SERVED IN THE CITY SERVICE MAY BE INCLUDED IN THE COM- PUTATION OF LENGTH OF SER- VICE FOR PURPOSES OF LONGEV- ITY PAY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

Emergency Ordinance BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUN- CIL OF THE CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY:

Section 1. That Section 40-16, Division 2, Article II, Chapter 40, of the Oklahoma City Municipal Code, 1980, is hereby amended to read as follows:

Sec. 40-16. Definitions.

The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this division, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except when the context clearly indicates a different meaning:

(1)Elected official shall mean any officer duly elected by the citizens of The City.

(2)Employee shall mean an official or employee of any department of The City whose employment is of a permanent nature and eligible for retirement benefits under the provisions of Article III, Division 2 of this chapter; excluding elected officials and all members of the Fire Depart- ment and all members of the Police Department.

(3)Length of service shall mean all service with The City.

(4)Longevity base shall be as follows:

a.For management employ- ees, an amount set annually by the Council.

b.For all other employees, the amount set in the respective collective bargaining agree- ments and approved by the Council.

Section 2. That Section 40-18, Division 2, Article II, Chapter 40, of the Oklahoma City Municipal Code, 1980, is hereby amended to read as follows:

Sec. 40-18. Determination of length of service.

For the purpose of computing the length of service for longevity pay pursuant to the provisions of this division:

(1)All time actually served with The City may be totaled, but any intervening interruption in ser- vice must be deducted except as specifically provided for herei- nafter.

(2)No service in the Police Depart- ment or the Fire Department may be counted as service under the provisions of this division. …

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