City of Harrisburg, PA
Dauphin County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Harrisburg as indicated in section histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
CROSS-REFERENCES
Bonds of officers: see 3rd Class Code § 906 et seq. (53 P.S. § 35906 et seq.).
Employee provisions: see 3rd Class Code § 901 et seq. (53 P.S. § 35901 et seq.).
Personnel administration: see Ch. 2-307.

§ 2-703.1 Blanket bonds.

[Ord. No. 10-1971]
Any officer or employee of the City who is, or may be, required to give bond to the City conditioned for the faithful performance of his or her duties, except such officers and employees who are required by law to give individual bonds, may be covered by a public employees' blanket bond, the amount and coverage thereof to be determined by the Mayor.

§ 2-703.2 Individual bonds.

[Ord. No. 54-1963]
The bonds required of certain City officials by the Third Class City Code not set forth elsewhere in this Code are fixed in the following sums:
City Engineer
$5,000
City Solicitor
$10,000
Business Administrator
$25,000
Health Officer
$1,000

§ 2-703.3 Payroll deductions.

[Ord. No. 149-1951]
A. 
The Business Administrator may deduct from the wages or salary of any City employee such amount as the employee authorizes, in a writing filed with the Business Administrator, for the purchase by the employee of United States savings bonds. The Business Administrator may make such rules and regulations governing the purchase of the bonds as he or she may deem necessary. Such rules and regulations shall be incorporated in the employee's written authorization. The authorization of the employee may be withdrawn by the employee at any time upon filing written action of withdrawal with the Business Administrator, provided that such withdrawal shall not become effective until there has been deducted from the wages or salary of such employee a sum equivalent to the purchase price of the next lowest denomination of United States savings bond to which such employee would become entitled by virtue of deductions already standing to his or her credit at the time of the filing of such withdrawal notice.
B. 
The Business Administrator may deduct from the wages of any City employee who is a member of a labor organization such amount as the employee authorizes, in a writing filed with the Business Administrator, for the purpose of making voluntary political contributions to the labor organization. The Business Administrator may make such rules and regulations governing the collection, payment of funds collected and regular reports to the labor organization of such voluntary payments. Such rules and regulations shall be incorporated in the employee's written authorization. The authorization of the employee may be withdrawn by the employee at any time upon filing written action of withdrawal with the Business Administrator and the labor organization.
[Ord. No. 3-1985]