Town of Clinton, NY
Dutchess County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Clinton as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Defense and indemnification — See Ch. 18.
Code of Ethics — See Ch. 32.
ADDITIONAL POLICIES
The Town of Clinton has in place other personnel policies not included in this chapter. The Town's Drug-Free Workplace Policy, Equal Opportunity Employment Policy and Sexual Harassment Policy, among others, are included in the Employee Handbook.
[Adopted 1-11-1966]
The Town Board of the Town of Clinton of the State of New York elects to participate as an employer in the New York State Employees' Retirement System and approves of the inclusion of its officers and employees in such system, in accordance with any and all of the laws governing such participation as set forth in the Retirement and Social Security Law, as presently or hereafter amended, together with any administrative rule, regulation or directive governing same, including full-time allowance for prior service as permitted therein.
[Adopted 2-12-1997 by Res. No. 97-4]
The Town hereby establishes the following as a standard workday and workweek for elected officials, appointed officials, and employees for the purpose of determining days worked reportable to the New York State and Local Employees Retirement System.
A. 
A five-day workweek with eight-hour days is established for the Superintendent of Highways.
B. 
Appointed officials. A five-day workweek with six-hour days is established for the following:
(1) 
Assessor.
(2) 
Budget Officer.
(3) 
Building Inspector.
(4) 
Deputy Building Inspector.
(5) 
Dog Control Officer.
(6) 
Recreation Director.
(7) 
Deputy Town Clerk.
(8) 
Deputy Town Supervisor.
(9) 
Registrar of Vital Statistics.
(10) 
Deputy Registrar of Vital Statistics.
(11) 
Zoning Administrator.
(12) 
Deputy Zoning Administrator.
C. 
Employees. A five-day workweek with eight-hour days is established for the following:
(1) 
Assessor Aide.
(2) 
Arts and Crafts.
(3) 
Clerks.
(4) 
Recreation Park Custodian.
(5) 
Town Hall Custodian.
(6) 
Gate Guard.
(7) 
Highway crew.
(8) 
Seasonal highway workers.
(9) 
Lifeguards.
(10) 
Maintenance worker.
(11) 
Real property appraisers.
(12) 
Real property data collectors.
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Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).