Resolution No. 116

Establishing The Legal Work Week For The Clerk Of The Legislative Board Regular Pay Positions

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Referred to: The Ways and Means Committee (Chairman Gerentine and Legislators

Bartels, Belfiglio, Briggs, Maio, Maloney, Provenzano and Rodriguez)

Legislators David B. Donaldson and Kenneth Ronk Jr. offer the following:

 WHEREAS, Section C-11(F) of the Ulster County Charter states that it is the

Legislature’s responsibility to fix the number of hours constituting a legal day's work

(hereinafter referred to as “basic/standard work week”) for all classes of County

employees; and

 WHEREAS, the Clerk of the Legislature has requested that the basic/standard

work week of the regular pay positions in the Clerk of the Legislative Board be

deemed 37.5 hours; and

 

 WHEREAS, establishing this basic/standard work week does not require a

modification of the 2014 Ulster County budget; now, therefore be it

RESOLVED, the Ulster County Legislature hereby establishes the

basic/standard work week of the regular pay positions in the Clerk of the Legislative

Board to be 37.5 hours,

and move its adoption.

 

ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:

 

 AYES: 22 NOES: 0

 (Absent: Legislator Briggs)

 

Passed Committee: Ways and Means on April 9, 2014

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Resolution No. 116 April 15, 2014

Establishing The Legal Work Week For The Clerk Of The

Legislative Board Regular Pay Positions

STATE OF NEW YORK

 ss:

COUNTY OF ULSTER

This is to certify that I, the undersigned Clerk of the Legislature of the County of Ulster have compared the

foregoing resolution with the original resolution now on file in the office of said clerk, and which was adopted by said

Legislature on the 15th Day of April, 2014, and that the same is a true and correct transcript of said resolution and of the

whole thereof.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and seal of the County of Ulster this 16th Day of April in

the year Two Thousand and Fourteen.

|s| Victoria A. Fabella

Victoria A. Fabella, Clerk

Ulster County Legislature

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Updated: October 8, 2020