Sparks City Council Meeting 6/8/2015 2:00:00 PMMonday, June 8, 2015 2:00 PM
Council Chambers, Legislative Bldg, 745 4th St., Sparks
General Business: 9.11
A Business Impact Statement is not required because this is not a rule.
Consideration and possible approval of Resolution #3280, designating certain employees as Deputy Police Chief; providing salaries for employees in these positions; providing benefits for these employees; providing for the repeal of all prior resolutions related to these employees; and providing other matters properly related thereto.
The City of Sparks, Nevada provides a resolution defining salaries and benefits for employees not covered by a collective bargaining agreement as defined in N.R.S. 288. The city’s Deputy Police Chief employees are served under a separate and distinct Resolution due to the nature of positions and specific benefits provided by the city as differentiated from other employee groups within the city. The Deputy Police Chief employees of the city obtain their salary and benefits from a pay resolution that defines the salary levels and specific benefits provided by the city.
Resolution No. 3242 Deputy Police Chief was approved by the Council on July 8, 2013 expires June 30, 2015. The proposed Resolution will cover the period July 1, 2015 through Jue 30, 2017
Substantive Changes are as follows:
Pay increase of 2% July 1, 2015.
Pay increase of 2% July 1, 2016.
Addresses issues of pay raises when in Long-Term Acting status.
Shortens the eligibility period for Health benefits by 30 days.
Includes language for representation (non-voting) of non-represented group at the City Group Health Committee.
Allows the portability of sick leave conversion to plans outside the City by allowing cash out of sick leave conversion in annual increments following termination or retirement.
Allow for the conversion of up to 80 hours of Annual Leave to cash once per fiscal year (requires balance of 160 hours to qualify).
Changes Personal Day allowance from (1 to 5) to (5).
The proposed changes are also shown in the attached copy of the proposed Resolution Strike-Out version.
1. The Council may choose to approve this proposed amended Deputy Police Chief Resolution as presented by staff. 2. The Council may choose not to approve this proposed amended Deputy Police Chief Resolution as presented by staff. 3. The Council may choose not to approve this proposed amended Deputy Police Chief Resolution and provide other direction to staff.
I move to approve the amended Deputy Police Chief Resolution #3280 as presented by staff.
DPC fiscal analysis 2015 - 2017.pdf
Deputy Police Chief Resolution 2015strike out 5 26 15.pdf
Deputy Police Chief 2015-2017 Final Pending Signatures.pdf