Borough of North Arlington, NJ
Bergen County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of North Arlington as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES

Police Department — See Ch. 45.

Longevity pay, Board of Health — See Ch. 408.

ARTICLE I
Police Department (§ 40-1 — § 40-3) 

ARTICLE II
Classified Employees (§ 40-4 — § 40-8) 

[Adopted 6-7-1966 by Ord. No. 889; amended in its entirety 5-16-1972 by Ord. No. 990; 8-6-1974 by Ord. No. 1038]

§ 40-1
Basis for determining longevity pay. 

§ 40-2
Amount of longevity pay. 

§ 40-3
Provisions to be retroactive. 

The salary and service of each police officer with respect to longevity pay shall be fixed and determined by his/her base salary and service as of January 1, 1974, and on the anniversary of the police officer's appointment date hereafter.

A. 

Each police officer who on the determined date shall have completed more than three years but less than six years of continuous employment in the Police Department shall be entitled to longevity pay of 1% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

B. 

Each police officer who on the determined date shall have completed more than six years but less than nine years of continuous employment in the Police Department shall be entitled to longevity pay of 2% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

C. 

Each police officer who on the determined date shall have completed more than nine years but less than 12 years of continuous employment in the Police Department shall be entitled to longevity pay of 3% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

D. 

Each police officer who on the determined date shall have completed more than 12 years but less than 15 years of continuous employment in the Police Department shall be entitled to longevity pay of 4% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

E. 

Each police officer who on the determined date shall have completed more than 15 years but less than 18 years of continuous employment in the Police Department shall be entitled to longevity pay of 5% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

F. 

Each police officer who on the determined date shall have completed more than 18 years but less than 21 years of continuous employment in the Police Department shall be entitled to longevity pay of 6% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

G. 

Each police officer who on the determined date shall have completed more than 21 years but less than 24 years of continuous employment in the Police Department shall be entitled to longevity pay of 7% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

H. 

Each police officer who on the determined date shall have completed more than 24 years but less than 27 years of continuous employment in the Police Department shall be entitled to longevity pay of 8% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

I. 

Each police officer who on the determined date shall have completed more than 27 years but less than 30 years of continuous employment in the Police Department shall be entitled to longevity pay of 9% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

J. 

Each police officer who on the determined date shall have completed more than 30 years of continuous employment in the Police Department shall be entitled to longevity pay of 10% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

This article shall be retroactive to January 1, 1974.

[Adopted 10-4-1966 by Ord. No. 894; amended in its entirety 5-16-1972 by Ord. No. 991; 8-6-1974 by Ord. No. 1039]

§ 40-4
Basis for determining longevity pay. 

§ 40-5
Amount of longevity pay. 

§ 40-6
Additional compensation. 

§ 40-7
Computation of service credit. 

§ 40-8
Provisions to be retroactive; effective date. 

The salary and service of each classified employee with respect to longevity pay shall be fixed and determined by his/her salary and service on the anniversary of the classified employee's permanent appointment date.

A. 

Each classified employee who on the determined date shall have completed more than three years but less than six years of continuous employment in a full-time capacity shall be entitled to longevity pay of 1% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

B. 

Each classified employee who on the determined date shall have completed more than six years but less than nine years of continuous employment in a full-time capacity shall be entitled to longevity pay of 2% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

C. 

Each classified employee who on the determined date shall have completed more than nine years but less than 12 years of continuous employment in a full-time capacity shall be entitled to longevity pay of 3% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

D. 

Each classified employee who on the determined date shall have more than 12 years but less than 15 years of continuous employment in a full-time capacity shall be entitled to longevity pay of 4% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

E. 

Each classified employee who on the determined date shall have more than 15 years but less than 18 years of continuous service in a full-time capacity shall be entitled to longevity pay of 5% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

F. 

Each classified employee who on the determined date shall have more than 18 years but less than 21 years of continuous service in a full-time capacity shall be entitled to longevity pay of 6% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

G. 

Each classified employee who on the determined date shall have more than 21 years but less than 24 years of continuous service in a full-time capacity shall be entitled to longevity pay of 7% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

H. 

Each classified employee who on the determined date shall have completed more than 24 years but less than 27 years of continuous employment in a full-time capacity shall be entitled to longevity pay of 8% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

I. 

Each classified employee who on the determined date shall have completed more than 27 years but less than 30 years of continuous employment in a full-time capacity shall be entitled to longevity pay of 9% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

J. 

Each classified employee who on the determined date shall have completed more than 30 years of continuous employment in a full-time capacity shall be entitled to longevity pay of 10% of his/her base salary as of the determining date.

Additional compensation of any nature, including overtime, will not be considered in computing longevity payments.

A. 

In order to compute the periods for said longevity payment, credit will be given for all time served with the Borough of North Arlington, which time must be consecutive and uninterrupted. Any interruption of service due to a cause beyond the control of the classified employee, such as military service, injury in the line of duty or illness, shall be considered as service for the purpose of determining the compensation of said longevity periods.

B. 

Leaves of absences granted at the request of any classified employee will not be considered in determining length of service.

This article shall be retroactive to January 1, 1974, and the longevity pay is to be operative and take effect January 1, 1974.