[Code 1964, § 9-6]
Authorized. The city elects to participate in the Oneida County Mutual Self-Insurance Plan established by Local Law No. 1 of 1956 of the county.
Coverage. All of the elective and appointive officials and employees of the city, while in the performance of their official duties, shall be insured for Worker's Compensation under the provisions of the mutual self-insurance plan.
[Res. No. 5 of Aug. 5, 1987; Res. No. 20 of April 7, 2004]
The city hereby adopts the plan for the voluntary participation of all eligible employees.
The appropriate officials of the city are hereby authorized to take such actions and enter such agreements as are required or necessary for the adoption, implementation, and maintenance of the plan.
The administrative services agency is hereby authorized to file copies of these and other required documents with the president of the state civil service commission.
[Res. No. 3 of Aug. 2, 1989; Res. No. 3 of Feb. 5, 1992; Res. No. 2, 9-2-1992; Res. No. 3 of Aug. 2, 1995; Res. No. 2 of Dec. 19, 2001; Res. No. 28 of Sept. 1, 2004]
Upon the recommendation of the Municipal Civil Service Commission, the fees to be paid by all applicants who apply to take a Civil Service examination shall be as follows:
From all applicants who apply to take a civil service examination for a position in uniformed protective services, the fee shall be $30 for non-residents and $15 for residents each.
For all other examinations, the fee shall be $10 each.
Such applicants shall pay the cost of any required physical examinations or drug screening or other medical tests, that may be required as part of the examination process or as a condition of employment.
[Res. No. 2 of Apr. 5, 1972]
All employees of the city shall take vacations within the year for which they are accrued and shall not accumulate vacation days for the purpose of being paid in lieu of vacations.
[Res. No. 3 of Apr. 17, 1991]
The common council directs the mayor to advise councilmembers of all proposed bargaining agreements before adopting the same on behalf of the city.
[Res. No. 3 of Apr. 20, 1994]
The common council hereby establishes a five-day work week and a six-hour day as the standard work day for elected officials per requirement of the New York State Employees Retirement System.
This standard is being established to meet the accounting requirements of the New York State Employees Retirement System for calculation for retirement benefits.
[Res. No. 1 of Sept. 6, 1995]
The members of the board of assessment review shall each receive as compensation for their respective services, the sum of $50 for each day on which such member attends a board meeting. This compensation shall be limited to 15 such meetings during any fiscal year and shall be in lieu of all other compensation, including reimbursement for expenses.
[Code 1964, § 9-5.1]
The common council elects to come under the provisions of section 75-b of the Retirement and Social Security Law.
[Code 1964, § 9-3]
All employees of the city in labor class position and in such other positions as may be eligible shall have all the rights and privileges under the provisions of the New York Social Security Act [Retirement and Social Security Law § 130 et seq.] and authorized by an agreement between the state and the federal government for the purpose of extending old-age and survivors insurance coverage to eligible officers and employees of the state and of its political subdivisions.
[Code 1964, § 9-2.1]
The common council elects to provide the additional pension benefits of section 75-e of the Retirement and Social Security Law.
[Code 1964, § 9-2.2]
The common council elects to provide the career retirement plan in section 75-g of the Retirement and Social Security Law, as presently or hereafter amended, for employees of participating employers, effective with the payroll period beginning on January 1, 1972.
[Code 1964, § 9-2.3]
The common council elects to provide the career retirement plan in sections 375-e and 375-g of the Retirement and Social Security Law, as amended, for employees of participating employers, effective with the payroll period beginning on January 1, 1974.
[Code 1964, § 9-24]
The officers and employees of the bureau of police shall participate in the state policemen's and firemen's retirement system.
[Code 1964, § 9-24.1]
The common council elects to come under the provisions of section 375-b of the Retirement and Social Security Law establishing a noncontributory retirement plan and ordinary death benefits for members of the bureau of police and bureau of fire.