Questions about division 1 of existing Section 126:

Proposal 83: Should assistant directors of departments be in the unclassified service?

Proposal 84: Should the Chief of Airport Police be in the unclassified service?

Proposal 85: Should the Chief of Fire be in the unclassified service?

Proposal 86: Should Seven Deputy Chiefs of Fire and five Commanders of Fire be in the unclassified service?

Proposal 87: Should the Chief of Airport Rescue and Fire be in the unclassified service?

Proposal 88: Should Executive Assistants to the Mayor, without a limit as to their number, and Special Assistants to the Mayor be in the unclassified service?

Proposal 89: Should temporary employees for a period not to exceed ninety (90) days and seasonal employees for a period not to exceed one hundred and eighty (180) days be in the unclassified service?

Proposal 90: Should students enrolled in a recognized educational institution, instead of only colleges and universities, be in the unclassified service?

Proposed Language:

§ 126     Division into Classified and Unclassified Service

The civil service of the City is hereby divided into the unclassified and classified service.

1. The unclassified service shall include:

(a) All officers elected by the people.

(b) All directors and assistant directors of departments.

(c) The Clerk of Council.

(d) The Chief of Police, four Deputy Chiefs of Police, and twelve Commanders of Police.

(e) The Chief of Airport Police.

(f) The Chief of Fire.

(g) Seven Deputy Chiefs of Fire and five Commanders of Fire.

(h) The Chief of Airport Rescue and Fire.

(i) The members of all boards or commissions appointed by the Mayor and of advisory boards appointed by the director of a department.

(j) The secretary to the mayor and one secretary for each director of a department.

(k) Executive Assistants to the Mayor and Special Assistants to the Mayor, provided, however, that there shall be no restrictions as to their duties or assignments.

(l) Temporary employees for a period not to exceed ninety (90) days and seasonal employees for a period not to exceed one hundred and eighty (180) days.

(m) Students enrolled in a recognized educational institution and in a course of training in preparation for an administrative or professional career in the public service and employed upon the recommendation of the official in charge of personnel administration as student aides for training purposes without limitation as to assignment or duties.

(n) School crossing guards.

(o) Members of the auxiliary police force.