City of Rochester, NY
Monroe County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Rochester City Council 11-25-1941. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Amended last 3-15-1994 by Ord. No. 94-76]
The annual salary of the Deputy Mayor shall be $84,000. Effective July 1, 1994, and thereafter, the annual salary of the Deputy Mayor shall be established by the Mayor in an amount not to exceed that approved in the annual budget. The other terms and conditions of the Deputy Mayor's employment shall be established by the Mayor.[1]
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Editor's Note: Former § 13-1.1, Salary of Vice Mayor, added 2-27-1968 by Ord. No. 68-48, which immediately followed this section, was repealed 12-30-1985 by Ord. No. 85-560.
[Added 6-19-2012 by Ord. No. 2012-240]
The Mayor shall establish fees for permits for festivals, parades, races, block parties, use of the City Hall atrium, and other special events using City streets, public places or facilities.
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Editor's Note: Former § 13-2, Salary of City Manager, as last amended 1-8-1985 by Ord. No. 85-17, was repealed 12-30-1985 by Ord. No. 85-560.
[Amended 11-12-1985 by Ord. No. 85-480; 11-10-1992 by Ord. No. 92-403]
The Mayor of the City of Rochester is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver a satisfaction of any judgment in favor of the City of Rochester, heretofore or hereafter obtained, upon the certificate of the Director of Finance, to the effect that the moneys due the City thereon have been paid, and upon the certificate of the Corporation Counsel that it is proper that such judgment should be discharged.
[Amended 11-12-1985 by Ord. No. 85-480; 2-14-2006 by Ord. No. 2006-22]
The Mayor shall inform the Council 60 days before the expiration of all leases of City property and furnish to the Council any information he or she may have relative to the renewal of said leases.
[Amended 7-3-1946; 12-26-1961; 11-12-1985 by Ord. No. 85-480]
The Mayor shall meet at convenient times with any City employees and/or their representatives selected by organized or unorganized employees, who may be accompanied by legal counsel, whenever they feel aggrieved by a decision of their respective department heads relating to employment.[1]
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Editor's Note: See also Ch. 9, Grievance Procedure.
[Added 7-12-1979 by Ord. No. 79-349; amended 11-12-1985 by Ord. No. 85-480]
The Mayor shall appoint elected City officials and City staff members as official City representatives to boards or commissions of outside agencies, both governmental and private, when such agencies request City representation. Letters appointing such representatives shall be filed with the City Clerk as a communication to the City Council.