SECTION 11.02   PERSONNEL ADVISORY AND APPEALS BOARD - POWERS AND DUTIES.
   As set forth below, the Personnel Advisory  and Appeals Board shall have jurisdiction over personnel matters for Municipal employees, other than the City Manager, except provisions covered by collective bargaining agreements, and shall not be required to extend its jurisdiction to any other city or school district or political subdivision of the State or their employees.  Any employee, except for department managers and other similarly situated employees as designated by Council, shall have the right to appeal grievances involving dismissals or suspensions for periods of longer than three (3) days or eligibility rulings, to successively higher levels of the Municipal management until satisfied, or until heard and decided by the Personnel Advisory and Appeals Board; provided, however, that such aggrieved employee presents the grievance to the Board within thirty (30) days of final determination of the grievance by the City Manager.
   Any department manager or similarly situated employee as designated by Council aggrieved by the final determination of the City Manager may appeal grievances involving dismissals or suspensions for periods of longer than three (3) days or eligibility rulings to the Personnel Advisory and Appeals Board within thirty (30) days of the final determination of the City Manager.
   All decisions of the Personnel Advisory and Appeal Board shall be final.  (Amended 11-7-00; 11-8-05; 11-2-10)