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Posted on: January 24, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Mayor's Reasons for the Veto of Bill 2021-103

Veto Reasons of Bill 2021-103 with Exhibits

Bill No 21-103


 Mayor Brasses’ new proposal option:

 For all Employees that have not signed an acceptance letter for employment from the City by January 13, 2022, PTO shall be as follows: 

 Full-Time Employees are eligible to earn PTO based on years of service. Part-time Employees are not eligible for PTO.

 Full-Time Employees, upon their first (1st) day of employment, will accrue six-and-sixty-seven-hundredths (6.67) hours of PTO.  Then after the completion of their Probation Period, they will continue to earn six-and-sixty-seven-hundredths (6.67) hours per month of PTO through December of that year.  Thereafter, on January 1 of the following calendar year, Employees will receive their full bank of PTO into each eligible Employee's PTO bank.  PTO can be used at the Employee's discretion. Use of PTO must be approved by an Employee's Department Head in advance, when possible. PTO is able to be used through March of the next calendar year.   If an eligible Employee still has remaining PTO after March, he/she will be allowed to bank up to five (5) days, capped at two hundred forty (240) hours (six (6) weeks).  Any time not used by March and over the cap shall be lost.  

                              Length of Service      PTO In Hours       PTO In Days     PTO In Weeks

                                   0-1 year                              80                          10                      2

                                   1-4 years                          120                          15                      3

                                   5-9 years                          160                          20                      4

                              10-15 years                          184                          23                    4.6

 After successfully completing their probationary period, newly hired employees will accrue PTO on a monthly basis during their first year of employment.  

 The first (1st) five (5) years PTO will not be paid out to the Employee upon Separation of Employment. Any time remaining after five (5) years of service, upon Separation From Employment the Employee will be paid out, with a payout maximum of two hundred forty (240) hours.

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