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260.06  HOLIDAYS.
   (a)   All full-time non-bargaining members of the Fire Department working a twenty-four tour of duty shall be granted twenty-four hours of time off for each of the following holidays:
 
New Year's Day
Thanksgiving Day
Good Friday
Day after Thanksgiving Day
Memorial Day
Christmas Day
Independence Day
Two personal holidays granted after the first anniversary of employment
Labor Day
 
   (b)   Full-time non-bargaining members of the Fire Department who work a forty-hour week shall be entitled to the following holidays:
 
New Year's Day
Thanksgiving Day
Good Friday
Day after Thanksgiving Day
Memorial Day
Christmas Day
Independence Day
Four personal holidays granted after the first anniversary of employment
Labor Day
 
   (c)   All shift non-bargaining employees of the Police Department shall be granted an eight- hour period of time for each of the following holidays:
 
New Year's Day
Thanksgiving Day
Easter Sunday
Day after Thanksgiving Day
Memorial Day
Christmas Day
Independence Day
Three personal holidays granted after the first anniversary of employment
Labor Day
 
   In addition to the above, all shift non-bargaining employees shall be compensated at a rate of 200 percent of their hourly rate of pay when they work Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Day, and 150 percent of their hourly rate for the remaining six holidays.
   (d)   Full-time non-bargaining members of the Police Department who work a forty-hour week shall be entitled to the following holidays:
 
New Year's Day
Thanksgiving Day
Good Friday
Day after Thanksgiving Day
Memorial Day
Christmas Day
Independence Day
Four personal holidays granted after the first anniversary of employment
Labor Day
 
   (e)   (1)   All other full-time non-bargaining Municipal employees shall be entitled to the following holidays:
 
New Year's Day
Thanksgiving Day
Good Friday
Day after Thanksgiving Day
Memorial Day
Christmas Day
Independence Day
Four personal holidays after the first anniversary of employment
Labor Day
 
      (2)   The Mayor shall receive two personal holidays in addition to the four personal holidays provided in this division.
   (f)   For employees included in subsections (b), (d) and (e) hereof, if a holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday shall be the holiday.  If a holiday falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday shall be the holiday.
   (g)   (1)   A “personal holiday”, as authorized and allowed in this section, is defined as time off similar to other holidays in which the employee may designate the day or time off as a holiday.  Such personal holiday is authorized only when the employee has given his or her supervisor at least seventy-two hours notice prior to the taking of such holiday.  The department head may, at his or her discretion, schedule such personal holidays in a manner which will maintain effective and efficient operation of the department.  Such personal holidays may not be accumulated, with the exception of the non-bargaining unit employees in the Municipal Utilities Department.
      (2)   Non-bargaining unit employees shall be compensated for all personal holidays not taken prior to December 31 of each year no later than the end of January immediately following at the rate of pay in effect the preceding December.
   (h)   Upon retirement or termination of employment with the City, a non-bargaining  employee shall be compensated for any unused holiday time and personal holiday time.  Compensation shall be at an hourly rate, computed by dividing the employee's bi-weekly wage by the number of hours normally worked bi-weekly, times the number of unused holiday or personal holiday hours accumulated.  In the case of a deceased employee, holiday pay shall be paid to the next of kin or to the executor or administrator of the estate.  In addition to the above, all shift non-bargaining employees shall be compensated at a rate of 200 percent of their hourly rate of pay when they work Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Day, and 150 percent of their hourly rate for the remaining six holidays.
(Ord. 135-91.  Passed 10-14-91; Ord. 3-07.  Passed 1-22-07; Ord. 31-08.  Passed 3-10-08; Ord. 162-08.  Passed 12-8-08; Ord. 66-2010.  Passed 6-14-10; Ord. 27-2015. Passed 3-9-15; Ord. 130-2016.  Passed 10-11-16.)