§ 2.54.050  USE OF SICK LEAVE FOR MEDICAL EMERGENCY WITHIN IMMEDIATE FAMILY.
   In any case of a medical emergency within the immediate family of an employee, such employee shall, upon a showing to the satisfaction of the City Manager that a bona fide medical emergency exists within such employee's immediate family and that it is necessary for such employee to attend to members of his immediate family by reason of such medical emergency, be authorized and permitted to use not to exceed three days of his accumulated sick leave for such purpose. The term “immediate family” as used herein shall be deemed to mean and include the following: spouse, child, parent, brother or sister. The privilege provided for in this section shall be exercised on more than one occasion in any one calendar year only after the prior submission to the City Manager of a written report from a licensed physician deemed by the City Manager to substantiate each such additional medical emergency.
('86 Code, § 2.54.050) (Ord. 3532, passed  - - )