The following actions may result in disciplinary action up to and including discharge:
   (A)   Conviction of any felony, or of any misdemeanor involving moral turpitude or dishonesty.
   (B)   Use of the employee's official position for personal gain.
   (C)   Falsification of village records or timesheets.
   (D)   Sexual harassment or discrimination based on race, color, creed, religion, national origin or handicap.
   (E)   Carelessness in handling village equipment.
   (F)   Illegal or abusive use of sick or other leave.
   (G)   Use of, or being under the influence of, alcohol or illegal drugs as defined by the Illinois Criminal Code while on the job, or failure to pass a urinalysis examination as set forth in any village drug testing program.
   (H)   Incompetence in the performance of assigned duties or inattention to duties.
   (I)   Insubordination by disobedience to any order or directive, or disrespect toward a department
head or officer of the village.
   (J)   Misuse or abuse of village working time for personal gain or for any reason other than performing the employee's assigned duties.
   (K)   Excessive absenteeism or tardiness, including leaving work early and overstaying meal periods.
   (L)   Solicitation or acceptance of any gratuity, gift, present, reward or other thing of value in return for the performance of the employee's official duties, or as a condition for not performing those duties.
   (M)   Failure to pay promptly any indebtedness owed to the village, including, but not limited to, taxes and utility bills.
   (N)   Habitual discourtesy or disrespect to the public or to fellow employees.
   (O)   Theft, destruction, loss or unauthorized use of village property, equipment and materials, either willfully or through unnecessary carelessness.
   (P)   Unauthorized dissemination of information protected from disclosure under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act.
   (Q)   The loss of a license or the inability to obtain a license to operate the plant, vehicles, or equipment which materially derogates the ability to perform job responsibilities.
   (R)   The doing of any other act which brings disrepute upon the village or the Village Board.
(Ord. 92-11, passed 4-28-92)