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City of Norwalk, CT
Fairfield County
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[HISTORY: Adopted City of Norwalk Common Council 12-14-1971; published 12-18-1971. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Election of Town Clerk — See Charter, § 1-165.
Administration — See Ch. 9, §§ 9-11, 9-22.
Pension plan — See Appendix, Part II.
Pursuant to the authorization extended to the City of Norwalk by 1971 Public Act No. 477, the Town Clerk of the Town of Norwalk shall receive a salary, as provided below, in lieu of all fees and other compensation provided for in the General Statutes of the State of Connecticut.
From and after the effective date of this ordinance, the fees or compensation provided by the General Statutes to be paid to the Town Clerk shall be collected by the Town Clerk and shall be remitted to the Treasurer of the city on or before the 10th day of each month.
The salary of the Town Clerk shall be established from time to time by the Common Council, but in no event shall the salary of the Town Clerk be less than $12,532 per annum.
Persons presently employed by the Town Clerk as permanent full-time employees shall hereupon become city employees and be entitled to all of the rights and benefits accruing to permanent full-time city employees. All present full-time employees of the Town Clerk shall be entitled to claim their prior full-time service in the Town Clerk's office for purposes of computing their length of service under the Pension Plan of the city; provided, however, eligibility requirements for participation in the Pension Plan, and the administration of the Pension Plan, shall be governed by the provisions of said Pension Plan, as presently constituted, or as it may be amended from time to time.
All fees and other charges made by the Town Clerk for services rendered to the public, except those fixed by the General Statutes, may, from time to time, be established or amended by the Common Council.
The Town Clerk shall give bond as required by the General Statutes of the State of Connecticut.
This ordinance shall take effect on January 3, 1972.