252.05   HOLIDAYS.
   (a)   The holidays to be observed by the City and its employees, and the dates of observance thereof, shall be set forth in Ohio R.C. 1.14, as amended.  Effective March 14, 1985, those holidays are as follows:
      (1)   The first day of January, known as New Year's Day;
      (2)   The third Monday in January, known as Martin Luther King Day;
      (3)   The third Monday in February, known as Washington-Lincoln Day;
      (4)   The day designated in the "Act of September 18, 1975," 89 Stat. 479, 5 U.S.C. 6103, as now or hereafter amended, for the commemoration of Memorial Day;
      (5)   The fourth day of July, known as Independence Day;
      (6)   The first Monday in September, known as Labor Day;
      (7)   The second Monday in October, known as Columbus Day;
      (8)   The eleventh day of November, known as Veteran's Day;
      (9)   The fourth Thursday in November, known as Thanksgiving day;
      (10)   The twenty-fifth day of December, known as Christmas Day; and
      (11)   Any day appointed and recommended by the Governor of this State or by the President of the United States as a holiday.
   If any day designated in this division as a holiday falls on a Saturday, the next preceding day is designated as the holiday. If any day designated in this division as a holiday falls on a Sunday, the next succeeding day is designated as the holiday.
   (b)   All employees not covered by wage agreements who are not required to work on a City holiday shall receive a day's pay at their regular rate in recognition of the holiday, provided that to be eligible for such payment, an employee must have been on pay status the last scheduled day before the holiday and the first scheduled day after the holiday. (Ord. 85-50. Passed 6-4-85.)
   (c)   All employees not covered by wage agreements who are required to work on a City holiday shall be paid, upon approval by the proper City official, their regular pay for that day, plus additional pay at two times straight time for each hour or part thereof worked, or, at the employee's discretion, additional pay at straight time, plus compensatory time for each hour or part thereof worked.  Compensatory time off must be used at a time mutually agreeable to the employee and the City and shall not be allowed to accumulate beyond 40 hours.  Compensatory time must be applied for at least twenty-four hours in advance.
(Ord. 00-147. Passed 10-17-00.)
   (d)   All regular part-time employees, as defined in Section 252.08, who are not required to work on a City holiday shall receive holiday pay at the rate of one-fifth of their regular work week at their straight time rate.
(Ord. 85-50.  Passed 6-4-85.)
   (e)   All regular part-time employees who are required to work on a City holiday shall be paid, upon approval by the proper City official, one-fifth of their regular work week at straight time, plus additional pay at two times straight time for each hour, or part thereof, worked, or, at the employee's discretion, additional pay at one-fifth of their regular work week at straight time, plus compensatory time for each hour or part thereof worked.  Compensatory time off must be used at a time mutually agreeable to the employee and the City and shall not be allowed to accumulate beyond 40 hours.  Compensatory time must be applied for at least 24 hours in advance.
(Ord. 00-147. Passed 10-17-00.)