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State of New Jersey, Civil Service Commission
Governor Chris Christie • Lt.Governor Kim Guadagno
 
 

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Robert M. Czech, Chairperson
Flavella Branham
Vincent E. Giordano
Margaret E. L. Howard

MARCH 24, 2010
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A regular meeting of the Civil Service Commission was held on Wednesday, March 24, 2010, in Trenton, New Jersey.

    PRESENT: Robert M. Czech, Chairperson, Members Flavella Branham, Vincent E. Giordano, and Margaret E. L. Howard; Pamela Ullman, Deputy Attorney General; Henry Maurer, Director, Division of Merit System Practices and Labor Relations.

    In accordance with L.1975, c.231, Robert M. Czech, Chairperson, opened the meeting with the following statement:

Notice of this meeting was filed with the Secretary of State and sent to the Trentonian, Trenton Times, Courier-Post and Star Ledger on November 20, 2009 and posted at the Civil Service Commission, 3 Station Plaza, Trenton, New Jersey.

All other actions were by unanimous vote unless otherwise specified.


STATE

The Merit System Board recorded the recommended changes in the State Classification Plan, copies of which are attached hereto and made a part hereof.

 






















SECTION A – HEARING MATTERS

 

A-1     SETTLEMENTS

In the Matter of Omar Adorno
Jersey City
Police Department
Suspension

In the Matter of Frank Boyle
Middletown Township
Department of Public Safety
Removal

In the Matter of Ebenezer Eso
Essex County
Department of Health and Rehabilitation
Release at the end of the working test period

In the Matter of Claudette Galiber
Central Reception and Assignment Facility
Department of Corrections
Suspension

In the Matter of Valencia Hodges
Hudson County
Department of Corrections
Suspension

In the Matter of Mariggi Lopez
City of Garfield
Police Department
Removal

In the Matter of General McFadden
City of Paterson
Fire Department
Suspension

In the Matter of Douglas Middleton
Juvenile Justice Commission
Department of Law and Public Safety
Removal

In the Matter of Damita Miller
Newark School District
Removal and Resignation not in good standing

In the Matter of Fredericka Wilson
Trenton Psychiatric Hospital
Department of Human Services
Removal

RECOMMENDATION OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE IN THE ABOVE CASES – SETTLEMENT

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission acknowledged the settlements.

A-2     CHRISTINE CATHCART

Christine Cathcart, Code Enforcement Officer/Zoning Officer, Borough of Beach Haven, Department of Public Affairs and Public Safety, appeals the good faith of her layoff effective May 18, 2007, for reasons of economy and efficiency.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge – Uphold the layoff.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission affirmed the recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

A-3     MARK MCCULLEY

Mark McCulley, Deputy Fire Chief, Ocean City, Department of Fire and Rescue Services, 90-day suspension and restitution in the amount of $7,089.80, on charges of misconduct and disobedience of the rules and regulations of the Ocean City Fire and Rescue Services Department.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge – Reverse the 90-day suspension and restitution in the amount of $7,089.80.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this matter be held over.


A-4     RICHARD ALTMAN

Richard Altman, Senior Park Maintenance Worker, Woodbridge Township, Department Parks and Recreation, removal effective January 23, 2009, on charges of incompetency, inefficiency or failure to perform duties, insubordination, chronic or excessive absenteeism or lateness, conduct unbecoming a public employee, violation of Federal regulations regarding drug and alcohol use and violation of a last chance agreement.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge – Uphold the removal.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission affirmed the recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

A-5     DON COLLINS

Don Collins, Human Services Assistant, Ancora Psychiatric Hospital, Department of Human Services, removal effective December 13, 2007, on charges of neglect of duty, which could result in danger to persons and conduct unbecoming a public employee.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge – Uphold the removal.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission affirmed the recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

A-6     SHALIKA THOMASON-LIGGINS

Shalika Thomason-Liggins, Senior Correction Officer, Northern State Prison, Department of Corrections, removal effective September 21, 2009, on charges of conduct unbecoming a public employee, other sufficient cause, violation of a rule, regulation, policy, procedure, order or administrative decision, improper or unauthorized contact with an inmate, undue familiarity with inmates, parolees, their families, or friends.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge – Uphold the removal.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission affirmed the recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

 

 


SECTION B – MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS

 

B-1    NAJAMAH DAVIS

Najamah Davis appeals her rejection as a Police Officer candidate by Newark  and its request to remove her name from the eligible list for Police Officer (S9999H) on the basis of psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties of the position.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-2    JAMAAL HALL

Jamaal Hall, represented by Jennifer Webb-McRae, Esq., appeals his rejection as a Correction Officer Recruit candidate by the Department of Corrections and its request to remove his name from the eligible list for Correction Officer Recruit (S9999H) on the basis of psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties of the position.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-3    MILES PIRES

Miles Pires, represented by Peter L. Festa, Esq., appeals his rejection as a Police Officer candidate by Paterson and its request to remove his name from the eligible list for Police Officer (S9999H) on the basis of psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties of the position.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-4    JIHAD WRIGHT

Jihad Wright, represented by Charles M. Grossman, Esq., appeals his rejection as a Police Officer candidate by Newark and its request to remove his name from the eligible list for Police Officer (S9999H) on the basis of psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties of the position.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission referred the matter for an independent evaluation.


B-5    DORNICE CANNON

Dornice Cannon, a Communications Operator, Secured Facilities, at Albert C. Wagner Youth Correctional Facility, Department of Corrections, appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted in part.

B-6    MIGUEL CINTRON

Miguel Cintron, a Senior Correction Officer with Northern State Prison, Department of Corrections, represented by Daniel Geddes, Esq., appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-7    JOSEPH DIGEROLAMO, III

Joseph DiGerolamo, III, a Senior Right of Way Negotiator with the Department of Transportation, appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-8    MICHAEL S. DRIBER

Michael S. Driber, a Senior Correction Officer with Mid-State Correctional Facility, Department of Corrections, represented by Daniel Geddes, Esq., appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission referred the matter to the Medical Examiners Panel.

B-9    LUIS SANTIAGO

Luis Santiago, a Senior Correction Officer with Southern State Correctional Facility, Department of Corrections, represented by Daniel Geddes, Esq., appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.
B-10   DOMINIC CAPANNA

Dominic Capanna a County Correction Sergeant, represented by Steven R. Cohen, Esq., appeals the decision of the Division of Local Human Resource Management which upheld the bypass of his name from the July 16, 2008 certification of the eligible list for County Correction Sergeant (PC2646H), Gloucester County.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-11   JOSEPH GALVEZ

Joseph Galvez, represented by John T. Coyle, Esq., appeals the decision of the former Division of Local Human Resource Management, which found that the appointing authority had presented a sufficient basis to remove the appellant’s name from the Police Officer (S9999H), Jersey City eligible list on the basis of an unsatisfactory driving record.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-12   MUCIO LUCERO

Mucio Lucero appeals the decision of the Division of Local Human Resource Management which found that the appointing authority had presented a sufficient basis to remove his name from the Police Officer (S9999H), Paterson eligible list due to falsification of his preemployment application.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-13   SEAN MULLAHEY

Sean Mullahey appeals the decision of the Division of Local Human Resource Management which found that the appointing authority had presented a sufficient basis to remove his name from the Sheriff’s Officer (S9999H), Hudson County eligible list due to an unsatisfactory background report.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.


B-14   DERRICK MURPHY

Derrick Murphy, a Cottage Training Supervisor with the Woodbridge Developmental Center, Department of Human Services, appeals the decision of the Division of State Human Resource Management, which found that the appointing authority presented a sufficient basis to remove his name from the Assistant Supervisor Residential Living, Developmental Disability (PS4771K), Department of Human Services eligible list due to an unsatisfactory employment record.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-15   EQUIPMENT OPERATOR (M0875K), BAYONNE

The appointing authority’s failure to dispose of the certification for Equipment Operator (M0875K), Bayonne, while provisionals are serving in the title, has been referred to the Civil Service Commission for enforcement.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission ordered the appointing authority to remove the provisional appointees, properly dispose of the certification and pay compliance costs.

B-16   DEMETRIA MASON-ROGERS

Demetria Mason-Rogers, a Communications Operator, Secured Facilities at New Jersey State Prison, Department of Corrections, appeals the determination of the Director, Equal Employment Division, stating that the appellant failed to present sufficient evidence to support a finding that she had been subjected to violations of the New Jersey State Policy Prohibiting Discrimination in the Workplace. 

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.


B-17   TIFFANY TYSON

Tiffany Tyson, a Forensic Scientist 1, Department of Law and Public Safety, with the Department of Law and Public Safety, appeals the determinations of the Chief of Staff, Office of the Attorney General, the Director, Office of Equal Employment Opportunity, and the Counsel to the Attorney General, which found that the appellant did not present sufficient evidence to support a finding that she had been subjected to a violation of the New Jersey State Policy Prohibiting Discrimination in the Workplace.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that these appeals be denied.

B-18   CONSTANTINE SYPSOMOS

Constantine Sypsomos, a Fire Fighter with Deptford Fire District #1, represented by John F. Pilles, Jr., Esq., petitions the Civil Service Commission for interim relief of his 20-day suspension, commencing on August 31, 2009.  

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission denied the request.

B-19   RONALD TAYLOR, JR.

Ronald Taylor, Jr., a Fire Captain with Deptford Fire District #1, represented by John F. Pilles, Jr., Esq., petitions the Civil Service Commission for interim relief of his three-day suspension, commencing on August 31, 2009. 

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission denied the request.

B-20   ALEXANDRE TORRES

Alexandre Torres, requests relief regarding his removal from the title of Police Officer, Irvington, effective April 23, 2004.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission denied the request.


B-21   JOHN BUNALSKI

John Bunalski, a Police Sergeant with Irvington, represented by Brian J. Manetta, Esq., petitions the Civil Service Commission for back pay, benefits and counsel fees with regard to his separation from employment from July 15, 2009 until January 5, 2010.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission granted the request.

B-22   DONALD MITCHELL

The appeal of Donald Mitchell, County Correction Sergeant, Hudson County, Department of Corrections, removal and resignation not in good standing effective June 29, 2006, was considered by Administrative Law Judge Barry E. Moscowitz (ALJ), who rendered his initial decision on June 10, 2009, recommending acknowledgement of the settlement of the parties.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission remanded the matter to the Office of Administrative Law.

B-23   MARY ELLEN SZCZUTKOWSKI

Mary Ellen Szczutkowski appeals the decision of the Division of State and Local Operations that the proper classification of her position is Senior Data Entry Machine Operator.  The appellant seeks a Principal Data Entry Machine Operator classification.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-24   RICHARD BELL

The City of East Orange, represented by Tracey L. Hackett, First Assistant Corporation Counsel, petitions the Civil Service Commission (Commission) for reconsideration in In the Matter of Richard Bell (CSC, decided April 15, 2009) in which the Commission reversed Richard Bell’s removal and ordered that he be granted back pay, benefits and seniority.

          ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission denied the request.


B-25   MAURA BROWN

Maura Brown, a Clinical Specialist in Psychiatric Nursing at Hagedorn Psychiatric Hospital, Department of Human Services, represented by Robert O. Yaeger, Principal Staff Representative, CWA Local 1040, requests reconsideration of the final administrative decision rendered on August 19, 2009, which denied her request for sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission denied the request for reconsideration.

B-26   STEVEN GREENLEAF

Steven Greenleaf petitions the Civil Service Commission for reconsideration of the decision rendered on November 18, 2009, in which his request for admittance to the examination for Plumber and Steamfitter (S0873K), Northern State Prison, was denied.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission denied the request for reconsideration.

B-27   ROBERT GUTCH

Robert Gutch requests reconsideration of the final administrative determination in In the Matter of Robert DeGaetano, et al., Police Captain (CSC, decided March 25, 2009).

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission denied the request for reconsideration.

B-28   DAWN HORTON

The Department of Corrections petitions the Civil Service Commission (Commission) for reconsideration of the final administrative decision rendered on April 29, 2009, in which the Commission granted Dawn Horton sick leave injury (SLI) benefits for her authorized absences due to her October 7, 2005 injury.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission denied the request for reconsideration.


B-29   EDWARD MALIA

Edward Malia requests reconsideration of the final administrative determination in In the Matter of Robert Armento, et al., Police Sergeant (CSC, decided April 15, 2009).

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission denied the request for reconsideration.

B-30   THOMAS MONTESION

Thomas Montesion, represented by Timothy R. Smith, Esq., requests reconsideration of the final administrative determination in In the Matter of Thomas Montesion, Police Captain (PM3560J), West Orange (CSC, decided September 24, 2008).

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission denied the request for reconsideration.
         
B-31   CHRIS ANDERSON

Chris Anderson appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that he did not meet the experience requirements for the promotional examination for Emergency Medical Services Technician (PS3972K), New Lisbon Developmental Center.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-32   RENEE CALDWELL, ET AL.

Renee Caldwell, Adrian Ellison, and John Gardner appeal the determinations of the Division of Selection Services (Selection Services) which found that, per the substitution clause for education, they were below the minimum requirements in experience for the promotional examination for Investigator, Secured Facilities (PS1820I), Department of Corrections.  Beata Narath and Marisol Valentin appeal the determinations of Selection Services which found that they were below the minimum requirements in experience for the promotional examination for Investigator, Secured Facilities (PS1820I), Department of Corrections.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that these appeals be granted.

B-33   ROBIN DELPECHE

Robin Delpeche appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that she was below the minimum requirements in education and experience for the promotional examination for Accountant 2 (PS2811K), Department o Children and Families. 

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-34   CHRISTOPHER HOWARD

The City of Wildwood, on behalf of Christopher Howard, requests that he be assigned a retroactive appointment date for record purposes and seeks his eligibility for the promotional examination for Police Captain (PM2600L), City of Wildwood.  In addition, Christopher Howard appeals his ineligibility for the subject promotional examination.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission granted the request.

B-35   MICHAEL LOSASSO AND JASON SPATES

Michael LoSasso (PM2575K), Atlantic City; and Jason Spates (PM2624K), Orange; appeal the determinations of the Division of Selection Services which found them ineligible for the promotional examination for Police Sergeant due to untimely applications.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that these appeals be denied.

B-36   OCTAVIUS MINGO

Octavius Mingo appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that he did not meet the minimum experience requirements for the promotional examination for Institutional Trade Instructor 1 Warehousing (PS1433I), New Jersey State Prison.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.


B-37   RAYMOND PIERSON

Raymond Pierson appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that he did not meet the experience requirements for the promotional examination for Assistant Supervisor of Motors (PM0547L), Middletown Township. 

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-38   ROBERT PORRECA

Robert Porreca appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that he was below the minimum requirements in experience for the promotional examination for Supervising Administrative Analyst (PS5275T), Motor Vehicle Commission.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-39   NICOLE RODRIGUEZ

Nicole Rodriguez appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that she was below the minimum requirements in experience for the promotional examination for Administrative Analyst 2 (PS8031K), Department of Children and Families. 

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-40   DIPTI SHAH

Dipti Shah appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that, per the substitution clause for education, she was below the minimum requirements in experience for the promotional examination for Administrative Analyst 2 (PS8031K), Department of Children and Families.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.


 

B-41   WARREN ROBINSON

Warren Robinson appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found him ineligible for the promotional examination for the Correction Sergeant (PS1818I), Department of Corrections, due to his failure to submit a valid application processing fee.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

 

B-42   WILLIE ROWE

Willie Rowe appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found him ineligible for the promotional examination for the Police Sergeant (PM2589K), East Orange, due to his failure to submit a valid application processing fee.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

 

B-43   KEVIN MITCHKO

Kevin Mitchko appeals the administration of the promotional examination for Battalion Fire Chief (PM3506L), Newark. 

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.


B-44   KEVIN BENNETT, ET AL.

Kevin Bennett, Matthew Diebert, Joseph Haney, Roderick Knox, and Norman Wilson, Battalion Fire Chief (PM3500L), Atlantic City; Joel Bain and Frank Saia, Battalion Fire Chief (PM3501L), Camden; Salvador Barraco, Jorge Chavez, Michael Curtin and John Youth, Battalion Fire Chief (PM3502L), Elizabeth; Michael Cleary, Gerard Fisher, John Johnson, William McClintock and Kevin Nally, Fire Officer 2 (PM3504L), Jersey City; Raynard Adams, Donald Cocchi, Matthew Cordasco, and Albert DeLeon, Battalion Fire Chief (PM3506L), Newark; Pablo DeValle, John Hensz, and Ryan Murray, Battalion Fire Chief (PM3507L), Paterson; Eric Nelson and Frances Pawlowski, Battalion Fire Chief (PM3513L), Bayonne; Sean Daly, Battalion Fire Chief (PM3518L), Millburn; and Michael Hern and Mark Lorenz, Fire Officer 2 (PM3520L), North Hudson Regional Fire and Rescue, appeal the correct responses to various questions on their respective promotional examinations.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission directed that these appeals be denied.

B-45   ERIN CURTIS

The Department of Law & Public Safety, on behalf of Erin Curtis, requests the relaxation of the provisions of N.J.A.C. 4A:6-1.22 so as to permit Ms. Curtis, who is participating in the donated leave program, to receive more than the 180 donated leave days allowed to a recipient.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission granted the request.

B-46   MICHAEL ROBERTS

The appointing authority requests that the provisions of N.J.A.C. 4A:6-3.4(a), which govern the time period in which employees must file an application for Supplemental Compensation on Retirement (SCOR), be relaxed to permit Michael Roberts, a former Technical Assistant 2, Treasury, with the Department of the Treasury, to submit a late application for SCOR benefits.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission granted the request.


 

B-47   RECENT COURT DECISIONS

Summaries of recent court decisions involving Merit System Board and Civil Service Commission determinations are submitted for the Commission’s review in In the Matter of Joseph DiMemmo, Mercer County (Appellate Division, decided 1/13/10; In the Matter of Jerry Duckworth, Department of Youth Services, County of Passaic (Appellate Division, decided 1/14/10); In the Matter of Ali Elmaghrabi, Department of Corrections (Appellate Division, decided 2/2/10).

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission noted the decisions.

 

B-48   JOSEPH DESMOND

The appeal of Joseph Desmond, a Senior Correction Officer with South Woods State Prison, Department of Corrections, of his 10 working day suspension, on charges, was heard by Administrative Law Judge W. Todd Miller (ALJ), who rendered his initial decision on January 27, 2010.  At its meeting on March 10, 2010, the Civil Service Commission (Commission) did not adopt the ALJ’s recommendation to modify the appellant’s 10 working day suspension to an oral reprimand.  Rather, the Commission modified the penalty to an official written reprimand.  The proposed final decision is now submitted for the Commission’s review.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission adopted the final decision.

VOTE:         Robert M. Czech           (Yes)
                    Flavella Branham         (Yes)
                    Vincent E. Giordano     (Yes)
                    Margaret E. L. Howard (Abstained)


B-49   GREGORY PETTEY

The appeal of Gregory Pettey, a Senior Correction Officer at Riverfront State Prison, Department of Corrections, of his removal effective December 17, 2008, on charges, was before Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Israel D. Dubin, who rendered his initial decision on January 21, 2010.  At its meeting on March 10, 2010, the Civil Service Commission (Commission) adopted the ALJ’s recommendation to grant the appointing authority’s motion for summary decision and uphold the removal.  The proposed final decision is now submitted for the Commission’s review.

          ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission adopted the final decision.

VOTE:         Robert M. Czech           (Yes)
                    Flavella Branham         (Yes)
                    Vincent E. Giordano     (No)
                    Margaret E. L. Howard (Abstained)

B-50   DEREK WADUD

The appeal of Derek Wadud, a Senior Correction Officer with Mountainview Youth Correctional Facility, Department of Corrections, of his four removals on charges, was before Administrative Law Judge Susan M. Scarola (ALJ), who rendered her initial decision on January 26, 2010.  At its meeting on March 10, 2010, the Civil Service Commission (Commission) did not adopt the ALJ’s recommendation to remove the appellant on the basis that he failed to complete one of the terms of a previous settlement agreement.  Rather, the Commission imposed a 90 working day suspension.  Further, the Commission ordered that the three other removals pending against the appellant be remanded to the Office of Administrative Law for hearings.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission adopted the decision to impose a 90 working day suspension for one removal and remanded the other three removals to the Office of Administrative Law.

VOTE:         Robert M. Czech           (Yes)
                    Flavella Branham         (Yes)
                    Vincent E. Giordano     (Yes)
                    Margaret E. L. Howard (Abstained)


B-51   CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION MINUTES

The Civil Service Commission Minutes of its meeting of March 10, 2010 are submitted for adoption.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission adopted the minutes of its meeting of March 10, 2010.

VOTE:         Robert M. Czech           (Yes)
                    Flavella Branham         (Yes)
                    Vincent E. Giordano     (Yes)
                    Margaret E. L. Howard (Abstained)

B-52   ANDREW BARAN

The Township of Long Beach requests that Andrew Baran’s out-of-title work experience be accepted to qualify him for a prospective promotional examination for Water Superintendent, Long Beach.

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission granted the request.

B-53   PROPOSED NEW RULE:  N.J.A.C. 4A:3-3.7B, CORRECTION OFFICER APPRENTICE:  STATE SERVICE AND PROPOSED AMENDEMENT:  N.J.A.C. 4A:4-5.2, DURATION

A Notice of Adoption of a new rule, N.J.A.C. 4A:3-3.7B, Correction Officer Apprentice:  State Service; and an amendment to N.J.A.C. 4A:4-5.2, Duration (of working test period) are submitted for adoption.  The proposed new rule and amendment would codify a new Correction Officer Apprentice program as required by the Superior Court, Appellate Division, in Liik, et al. v. New Jersey Department of Personnel, et al. (Decided 7/23/09).  Comments were received from PBA Local 105 opposing the proposal and the Department of Corrections supporting it. 

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission adopted the new rule and proposed amendment.


B-54   EARLY SETTLEMENTS

Malik Abdullah
Department of Transportation
Removal

David Thornton
Woodbridge Developmental Center
Department of Human Services
Suspension

ACTION:    The Civil Service Commission acknowledged the settlements.

There being no further business before the Civil Service Commission, the meeting was adjourned to convene on Wednesday, April 14, 2010, at 10:00 a.m., at 3 Station Plaza, Trenton, New Jersey.
                                                                               
                                                                      __________________________________
                                                                      Robert M. Czech
                                                                      Chairperson
                                                                      Civil Service Commission

 

 

 
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