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(a) Definitions. As used in this section:
(1) "Full-time appointive officers" means those persons, if any, holding the following positions:
A. Assistant City Engineer
B. Assistant City Manager
C. City Assessor
D. City Clerk
E. City Engineer
F. Fire Chief
G. Chief of Police
H. Director of Parks and Recreation
I. Community Development Director
J. Director of Public Services
K. Director of Public Works
L. Finance Director
M. Personnel Director
O. Assistant Personnel Director
P. Assistant to the City Manager
(Ord. 1992-18. Passed 5-5-92.)
(2) "Residence" shall be construed to mean the actual domicile of the employee. An employee shall have only one domicile.
(b) Residency and Relocation Limitations.
(1) All full-time appointive officers appointed on or after January 1, 1990, shall, as a condition of employment, either reside within the corporate limits of the City or, if they reside outside the corporate limits of the City at the time of employment, must agree in writing at the time of appointment to relocate their residence to within the City within one year of such appointment. Failure to thereafter establish residence in the City within one year from the date of appointment will result in termination of employment, unless a request for an extension due to extenuating circumstances has been recommended by the City Manager and approved by Council prior to the expiration of said one year.
(2) Residence within the corporate limits of the City shall continue throughout the term of employment.
(3) Council may, upon the recommendation of the City Manager, waive the residency requirement for good cause shown, provided, however, that such waiver shall apply only to such employee's residence at the time of the waiver.
(4) After January 1, 1990, no full-time appointive officer shall relocate his or her residence outside of the corporate limits of the City without prior written permission from the City Manager and approval by Council for good cause shown.
(5) Full-time appointive officers who, prior to January 1, 1990, live outside the corporate boundaries of the City, may not change residence to a location outside the boundaries of the City without first obtaining a waiver as provided for in paragraph (b)(3) hereof.
(c) Penalty. Failure to comply with any of the residency requirements set forth herein shall result in termination of employment.
(Ord. 1990-06. Passed 1-16-90.)