A. The Civil Service Commission shall be responsible for (1) enforcing the merit principle in all aspects of personnel administration in the City; (2) receiving, investigating and deciding disputes between the City and any of its employees in the Classified Service; (3) protecting City employees from political pressures; and (4) advising the Chief Personnel Officer, Mayor, City Council and the Board of Hospital Managers concerning personnel administration.
B. The Civil Service Commission shall not have the power to develop personnel policies but shall have authority to make recommendations regarding revision of all personnel matters.
C. For the performance of the foregoing duties, the Civil Service Commission may conduct investigations and hearings.
D. The Civil Service Commission shall meet at least once a month.
(Adopted by the electorate, 11-5-1974)