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State of New Jersey, Civil Service Commission
Governor Chris Christie • Lt.Governor Kim Guadagno
 
 
A regular meeting of the Merit System Board was held on
Tuesday, June 8, 1999, in Trenton, New Jersey.

PRESENT: Chairwoman Janice Mitchell Mintz; Merit System Board
Members, Margaret E.L. Howard and Judith L. Shaw, Andrea
Grundfest, Deputy Attorney General; Henry Maurer, Director,
Elizabeth A. Napolitano, Sybil Janowitch and Charles Spano,
Division of Merit System Practices and Labor Relations.

In accordance with L.1975, c.231, Janice Mitchell Mintz,
Chairwoman, Merit System Board, 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 30, 1998 and posted at the
Department of Personnel, 3 Station Plaza, Trenton, New Jersey.

All other actions were by unanimous vote unless otherwise
specified.

State

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



DATE: April 20, 1999

TO: Janice Mitchell Mintz, Commissioner
Department of Personnel

Henry S. Maurer, Director
Merit System Practices and Labor Relations

FROM: Marjorie A. Schwartz, Director
Division of Human Resources Management

SUBJECT: Change in the Classification Plan
Addition of Workweek -Interim, Non-Competitive Titles

GENERAL

Recently the Merit System Board approved the creation of two new
information resources management titles. These titles were
created to properly classify those incumbents working with
multi-network, multi-user Local Area, Metropolitan Area and/or
Wide Area Networks. Specifically, they were intended to address
existing classification discrepancies and recruitment problems,
and to keep pace with new and changing office technology. To
facilitate this transition, these titles were initially assigned
to the interim, Non-Competitive service for a Awindow@ period of
120 days, to allow for the painless and rapid movement and
recruitment of incumbents. Subsequently, the titles were
reassigned to the Competitive service.

Initially we requested the NL workweek designation. We now find
it necessary to seek the establishment of these titles with an N4
workweek, to meet the needs of all user Appointing Authorities.
We again request that these be assigned to the interim,
Non-Competitive service for a 120 day window period, to
facilitate recruitment and movement activities.



ADDITION OF WORKWEEK
Effective: 03/28/98

Network Administrator 2
P30 NC N412

Network Administrator 1
P27 NC N412



DATE: April 22, 1999

TO: Janice Mitchell Mintz, Commissioner
Department of Personnel

Henry Maurer, Director
Merit System Practices and Labor Relations

FROM: Marjorie Schwartz, Director
Division of Human Resource Management

SUBJECT: Change in the State Classification Plan

DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS

The Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs requests the
reactivation and simultaneous change in title verbiage of the
title, Commander, Air National Guard (M98-34378) to Assistant
Adjutant General, Air (M98-34378) for use in the New Jersey
National Guard. Governor Whitman has delegated primary
responsibility to the New Jersey National Guard for the
development and implementation of a program to safeguard against
domestic use of weapons of mass destruction on American citizens
and property. The Assistant Adjutant General, Air will be
utilized to meet this responsibility.

I recommend your approval of this request.

REACTIVATION OF TITLE AND TITLE CHANGE
Eff. April 24, 1999

From:

Commander, Air National Guard (M98-34378)
Unclassified NL12

To:

Assistant Adjutant General, Air (M98-34378)
Unclassified NL12




DATE: April 21, 1999

TO: Janice Mitchell Mintz, Commissioner
Department of Personnel

Henry Maurer, Director
Merit System Practices and Labor Relations

FROM: Marjorie A. Schwartz, Director
Division of Human Resource Management

SUBJECT: Change in the Classification Plan

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES


In order to address recruitment issues, the Department of Human
Services requests the establishment of a new title, Police
Officer Recruit, Health Care Facilities. This title would
require a 12-month working test period. Upon completion of both
the 12-month working test period and an approved police training
course, recruits would advance to Senior Police Officer, Health
Care Facilities. The title Senior Police Officer, Health Care
Facilities represents a proposed title name change from the
current Police Officer, Health Care Facilities, and involves an
increase in requirements (one year of experience). The
increased requirements causes the evaluated job content to
increase sufficiently to warrant a change in the class code for
this title. A concomitant increase in the accountability of the
Police Sergeant, Health Care Facility functions warrants an
increase in the class code of this title. An increase in the
required years of supervisory experience for the Police
Lieutenant, Health Care Facilities has caused the evaluated job
content of this title to change such that an increase in the
class code is warranted.


CREATION OF TITLE
Effective: July 3, 1999

Police Officer Recruit, Health Care Facilities

F99 C 40hrs



REEVALUATION OF TITLE AND TITLE NAME CHANGE
Effective: July 3, 1999

FROM: TO:
Police Officer, Health Care Facilities Senior Police Officer, Health Care Facilities
F16-32332 C 40 hrs F17-32332 C 40hrs


REEVALUATION OF TITLE
Effective: July 3, 1999


FROM: TO:
Police Sergeant, Health Care Facilities Police Sergeant Health Care Facilities
K19-32334 C 40hrs K20-32334 C 40hrs

FROM: TO:
Police Lieutenant, Health Care Facilities Police Lieutenant, Health Care Facilities
J23-32254 C 40hrs J24-32254 C 40hrs

DATE: May 4, 1999

To: Janice M. Mintz, Commissioner

Henry Maurer, Director
Merit Systems and Labor Practices

FROM: Marjorie Schwartz, Director
Division of Human Resource Management

SUBJECT: Change in the State Classification Plan

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

The Department of Human Services, Office of the Commissioner, has
requested Position #924703 be reallocated from the Career Service
to the Senior Executive Service.

Position #924703 reports to the Assistant Commissioner for Budget
and Finance and is responsible for the review, analysis,
policies, and funding relative to federal and other
reimbursements associated with the provision of services to
clients in the many programs administered by the Department. A
review of the assigned job functions has been conducted and the
position meets the standards established for inclusion in the
Senior Executive Service.

Reallocation of Service
Effective date: May 22, 1999


From: TO:
Director of Finance, Human Services Senior Executive Service
M37- 50515 Position Number 924703 M98-90752


WITHDRAWAL OF APPEALS

The following appeals were withdrawn and removed from the hearing
calendar:

Anthony Bimbo, Maintenance Repairer, Department of Public Works,
City of Jersey City, removal.

Kimberly Duffy, Laundry Worker, Crest Haven, County of Cape May,
suspension.

Darren Grossman, Police Officer, Police Department, City of East
Orange, removal.

Fred Lazzarra, Stable Worker, Operational Services, Union County,
removal.

Vernon Lee, Cottage Training Technician, Department of Human
Services, Vineland Developmental Center, removal.

Juan Rodriguez, Food Service Worker, Runnells Hospital, Union
County, removal.

Harry T. Watkins, Sr. Senior Parole Officer, Department of
Corrections, Parole and Community Programs, (2) removals and
resignation not in good standing

Terry Wilkins, Supervising Juvenile Detention Officer, Department
of Corrections, County of Hudson, demotion to the title of
Juvenile Detention Officer.

DISMISSAL OF APPEALS -FAILURE TO APPEAR

The Merit System Board dismissed the following cases without
prejudice for failure to appear at the scheduled hearing before
the Office of Administrative Law:

Harrie D. Lowe, Building Maintenance Worker, Bergen Pines
Hospital, County of Bergen, Indefinite Suspension.

Nancy Novellino, Public Health Nurse, Board of Health, Ocean
County, layoff.

Brent Stecker, Senior Building Maintenance Worker, Department of
Human Services, Hunterdon Developmental Center, removal.




SECTION A - HEARING MATTERS

A-1 SETTLEMENTS

In the Matter of Michael Carter
Willingboro Township Municipal Utilities Authority
Removal

In the Matter of Olivia Carter
Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority
Removal

In the Matter of George Days
East Orange Police Department
Suspension

In the Matter of Angela Haines
Atlantic County
Removal

In the Matter of Lisa Linardo
Township of Winslow
Removal

In the Matter of Kevin Schneider
Southern State Correctional Facility -
Department of Corrections
Removal

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

ACTION: The Merit System Board acknowledged the
settlements.

A-2 SONYA BOONE

Sonya Boone, Principal Clerk Typist, Division of Parole and
Community Programs, Department of Corrections, suspension
for six days, on charges of insubordination.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Modify the
six day suspension to a two day suspension.

ACTION: The Merit System Board modified the
recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge to
a five day suspension.

A-3 KYLE BOWMAN

Kyle Bowman, Police Officer, City of Newark, suspension for
10 days, on charges of neglect of duty.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Uphold the
suspension.

ACTION: The Merit System Board affirmed the
recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

A-4 MICHAEL FRISCH

Michael Frisch, Electrical Sub-Code Official, City of
Plainfield, good faith layoff effective December 31, 1996.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Uphold the
layoff.

ACTION: The Merit System Board affirmed the
recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

A-5 JOSEPH VITERITTO

Joseph Viteritto, Assistant Engineer in Charge of
Maintenance I, Northern State Prison, Department of
Corrections, (1) suspension for 60 days, and (2) removal
effective March 5, 1997, on charges of (1) conduct
unbecoming an employee, discourtesy to public, visitors,
inmates, residents or clients and being in violation of a
rule, regulation, policy, procedure, order or administrative
decision, and (2) falsification: intentional misstatement of
fact in connection with work, employment application,
attendance, or in any record, report, investigation or other
proceeding and conduct unbecoming an employee.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Uphold the
removal. It is noted that the record indicates that the
respondent withdrew the matter of the 60 day suspension
before the Office of Administrative Law due to the
unavailability of witnesses, and appellant did not serve
time.

ACTION: The Merit System Board affirmed the
recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

A-6 WILLIAM CARROLL

William Carroll, Sheriff's Officer, Morris County, removal
effective December 17, 1997, on charges of conduct
unbecoming a public employee, insubordination and conduct
prejudicial to the efficiency of the good name and
reputation of the office.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Reverse the
removal.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this matter
be held over.

A-7 JEFFREY FELDMAN

Jeffrey Feldman, Safety Specialist I, Department of
Transportation, removal effective April 11, 1997, on charges
of possession of stolen State property.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Uphold the
removal.

ACTION: The Merit System Board affirmed the
recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.


A-8 ARNOLD JOHNSON

Arnold Johnson, Human Services Assistant, Greystone Park
Psychiatric Hospital, Department of Human Services, removal
effective February 10, 1998, on charges of sleeping on duty.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Modify the
removal to a six month suspension.

ACTION: The Merit System Board modified the
Administrative Law Judge's recommendation to
uphold the removal.

A-9 EUGENIA JONES

Eugenia Jones, Cottage Training Technician, Woodbine
Developmental Center, Department of Human Services, removal
and indefinite suspension pending the disposition of a
criminal complaint, on charges of conduct unbecoming a
public employee. Based on the disposition of the criminal
complaint the appointing authority rescinded the indefinite
suspension and reimbursed the appellant back pay from the
date of her removal to her return to work.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Dismiss the
matter.

ACTION: The Merit System Board affirmed the
recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

A-10 RONALD LEONARD

Ronald Leonard, Senior Correction Officer, Mid State
Correctional Facility, removal effective April 2, 1997, on
charges of insubordination: intentional disobedience or
refusal to accept an order, assaulting or resisting
authority, disrespect or use of insulting or abusive
language to a supervisor.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Uphold the
removal.

ACTION: The Merit System Board affirmed the
recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.


A-11 ULISES MCLEAN

Ulises McLean, Human Services Technician, Trenton
Psychiatric Hospital, Department of Human Services, removal
effective November 15, 1996, on charges of sexual
harassment: gross sexual imposition involving touching,
fondling and grabbing.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Uphold the
removal.

ACTION: The Merit System Board affirmed the
recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

A-12 ASA L. PHILLIPS

Asa L. Phillips, Correction Officer, Correction Center,
Mercer County, removal effective November 8, 1996, on
charges of being in violation of the sick leave verification
policy and in violation of the settlement agreement.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Modify the
removal to a three day suspension.

ACTION: The Merit System Board modified the
Administrative Law Judge's recommendation to
reverse the removal.

A-13 CHRISTINE REED

Christine Reed, Senior Correction Officer, Mid-State
Correctional Facility, Department of Corrections,
reconsideration of removal effective March 27, 1996, on
charges of insubordination.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Uphold the
removal.

ACTION: The Merit System Board affirmed the
recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

A-14 MICHAEL SMITH

Michael Smith, Human Services Technician, Trenton
Psychiatric Hospital, Department of Human Services, removal
effective January 22, 1998, on charges of physical abuse of
a patient.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Uphold the
removal.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this matter
be held over.

A-15 BRIAN WHITTLE

Brian Whittle, Firefighter, City of East Orange, removal
effective February 10, 1998, on charges of being in
violation of the Sick Leave Policy, the Drug and Alcohol
Policy and conduct unbecoming a member of the department.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Modify the
removal to a five day suspension.

ACTION: The Merit System Board modified the
Administrative Law Judge's recommendation to a six
month suspension.

A-16 JOSEPH ZENNA

Joseph Zenna, Sheriff's Officer, Ocean County Sheriff's
Office, removal effective December 6, 1996, on charges of
insubordination; conduct unbecoming a public employee;
neglect of duty; discrimination that effects Equal
Employment Opportunity, including sexual harassment,
familiarization, failure to obey regulations; conduct toward
associates; handling a firearm in violation of policy;
unauthorized removal of a firearm from its holster;
impartial attitude in dealing with the public and/or
prisoners; and violating standards of truthfulness.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Uphold the
removal.

ACTION: The Merit System Board affirmed the
recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

A-17 THOMAS GRILL AND JAMES WALSH

Thomas Grill, Police Captain, Police Department, City of
Newark, suspended indefinitely beginning July 5, 1996,
pending disposition of criminal charges, and removal
effective May 28, 1997, on charges of conspiracy, official
misconduct, theft by deception and theft by extortion, and
James Walsh, Police Lieutenant, Police Department, City of
Newark, suspended indefinitely beginning July 5, 1996,
pending disposition of criminal charges, and removal
effective May 22, 1997 on charges of conspiracy, official
misconduct, theft by deception and theft by extortion.
Specifically, the appointing authority asserted that the
appellants, Thomas Grill and James Walsh, were charged with
entering into an agreement with the Pabst Brewing Company
allowing them to provide off-duty Police personnel for
security at the firm's Newark location. The Merit System
Board at its meeting of March 9, 1999, modified the
recommendation of the ALJ and reduced the remand to a six
month suspension. This matter is now before the Board for
reconsideration.

ACTION: The Merit System Board granted the
reconsideration request and imposed a five day
suspension on James Walsh and reversed the
discipline imposed on Thomas Grill.

A-18 EDWARD O'NEIL

Edward O'Neil, Equipment Operator, Department of Public
Works - Borough of Highlands, removal effective October 17,
1997, on charges of gross insubordination and conduct
unbecoming a public employee. The Merit System Board at its
meeting of May 18, 1999 directed that this matter be held
over for further information.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Modify the
removal to a ninety day suspension.

ACTION: The Merit System Board modified the
Administrative Law Judge's recommendation to
uphold the removal.

A-19 ISIAH SCOTT, JR.

Isiah Scott, Human Services Assistant, Trenton Psychiatric
Hospital, Department of Human Services, removal effective
April 7, 1997, on charges of neglect of duty which could
result in danger to persons, and sleeping while on duty.
The Merit System Board at its meeting of May 18, 1999,
directed that this matter be held over for further
information.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Uphold the
removal.

ACTION: The Merit System Board affirmed the
recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

A-20 EDWARD WISE

Edward Wise, Code Enforcement Officer, Administration
Department - Atlantic City, removal effective January 18,
1994, on charges of incompetency, inefficiency or failure to
perform duties, insubordination and conduct unbecoming a
public employee. The Merit System Board at its meeting of
April 6, 1999 directed that this matter be held over to
request more information concerning the hearing record
before the Office of Administrative Law (OAL).

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Uphold the
removal.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this matter
be held over.




A-21 STEVEN BECK, DENIELLE BRATTEN, DONALD BROOKS, BRENDA CAMP,
TRACIE CAMPBELL, ALAN CHRISTIE, LEEANNE CHRISTIE, THOMAS
CONRAD, EDWARD DOUGHERTY, WILLIAM EPPEHIMER, DEBORAH HART,
KEVIN HART, ANTHONY KAPURELOS, CAROL KAPURELOS, GLORIA
LUZNY, ROBERT LUZNY, FRANCIS MCDERMOTT, COLLEEN MURRAY,
DIANE NEVILLE AND ROBERT NEWKIRK - SETTLEMENTS

The Merit System Board at its meeting of May 18, 1999,
directed that this matter be held over in order that the
terms of the settlement could be reviewed. The matter is now
before the Board for its consideration.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Acknowledge
the settlement.

ACTION: The Merit System Board remanded the
matters of Carol Kapurelos, Colleen Murray and
Kevin Hart to the Office of Administrative Law and
acknowledged the settlement agreements for the
remaining appellants.

A-22 MARY LACAVA - SETTLEMENT

Mary LaCava, Albert C. Wagner Youth Correctional Facility,
Department of Corrections - initial removal effective
February 2, 1998, on charges of conduct unbecoming an
employee. Settled to a resignation in good standing.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Settlement

ACTION: The Merit System Board acknowledged the
settlement.

A-23 DENNIS SIEGEL - SETTLEMENT

Dennis Siegel, New Lisbon Developmental Center, Department
of Human Services - initial removal effective November 17,
1997, on charges of inappropriate physical contact and
mistreatment of a client, resident or employee, verbal abuse
of a client, resident or employee and violation of a rule,
regulation, policy, procedure, order or administrative
decision. Settled to appellant accepting an official
reprimand and reinstatement to employment.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Settlement

ACTION: The Merit System Board acknowledged the
settlement.


A-24 JOHN STROUSE AND SEBASTIAN J. VISCUSO

John Strouse and Sebastian J. Visucso, Town of Kearny, Fire
Department - initial layoff effective July 1, 1996, for
reasons of economy. Settled to a lump sum payment in the
amount of $155,000 to be paid to Sebastian J. Viscuso, and
settled to reinstatement to employment for John Strouse and
back pay in the amount of $9,133.89. The Merit System Board
at its meeting of May 18, 1999 directed that this matter be
held over for receipt of additional information clarifying
the terms of the settlement.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Settlement

ACTION: The Merit System Board acknowledged the
settlement.

SECTION B - MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS

B-1 BRIAN BURNS

Brian Burns, represented by Charles J. Coant, 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
on the basis of psychological unfitness to perform
effectively the duties of the position.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-2 MICHAEL S. KILLEEN

Michael S. Killeen appeals his rejection as a Police Officer
candidate by the Township of Holmdel and its request to
remove his name from the eligible list for Police Officer on
the basis of psychological unfitness to perform effectively
the duties of the position.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-3 JESUS MALDONADO

Jesus Maldonado, represented by Fernando Linhares, Esq.,
appeals his rejection as a Police Officer candidate by the
City of Newark and its request to remove his name from the
eligible list for Police Officer on the basis of
psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties of
the position.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-4 JOHN MESCAVAGE

John Mescavage, represented by Susan Ferraro, Esq., appeals
his rejection as a County Correction Officer candidate by
the County of Hudson and its request to remove his name from
the eligible list for County Correction Officer on the basis
of psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties
of the position.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-5 ALEX POWERS

Alex Powers, represented by George G. Frino, Esq., appeals
his rejection as a County Correction Officer candidate by
the County of Sussex and its request to remove his name from
the eligible list for County Correction Officer on the basis
of psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties
of the position.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-6 NOEL SANTIAGO

Noel Santiago, represented by Paul W. Bergrin, Esq., appeals
his rejection as a County Correction Officer candidate by
the County of Essex and its request to remove his name from
the eligible list for County Correction Officer on the basis
of psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties
of the position.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-7 MARK SMITH

Mark Smith 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 on the basis of psychological
unfitness to perform effectively the duties of the position.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-8 JAY STRAUB

Jay Straub, represented by John C. Kennedy, Esq., appeals
his rejection as a Sheriff's Officer candidate by the County
of Hudson and its request to remove his name from the
Sheriff's Officer eligible list on the basis of
psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties of
the position.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-9 EDWIN TORRES

Edwin Torres 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 on the basis of psychological
unfitness to perform effectively the duties of the position.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-10 BRIAN H. MCLAUGHLIN

Brian H. McLaughlin appeals the request by Middlesex County
to remove his name from the County Correction Officer
(C6342Z) eligible list for medical unfitness to effectively
perform the duties of the position.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-11 SIMON BARENDS

Simon Barends, a Supervising Institutional Trade Instructor
(Woodworking) with Mountainview Youth Correctional Facility,
Department of Corrections, represented by Gary Staples, CWA
Local 1040, appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI)
benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-12 VINCENT BELLO, JR.

Vincent Bello, Jr., a Senior Correction Officer with the
Department of Corrections, represented by Emanuel Nso,
Executive Vice President No. 1, PBA Local 105, appeals the
denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be granted.

B-13 SYLVESTER BROWN

Sylvester Brown, a Senior Correction Officer with East
Jersey State Prison, Department of Corrections, represented
by John McGovern, Esq., appeals the denial of sick leave
injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be granted.


B-14 VERA CHRISTOPHER

Vera Christopher, an Institutional Trade Instructor
(Cooking) with Riverfront State Prison, Department of
Corrections (DOC), appeals the denial of sick leave injury
(SLI) benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-15 TRACEY FIELDS

Tracey Fields, a Parole Counselor with the New Jersey State
Parole Board, represented by Edward C. Bertucio, Jr., Esq.,
appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-16 HOWARD FOLBRECHT

Howard Folbrecht, an Equipment Operator with the Department
of Transportation, appeals the denial of sick leave injury
(SLI) benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that
this appeal be granted in part.

B-17 DEBORAH FREW-TIMKO

Deborah Frew-Timko, a Habilitation Plan Coordinator with
Vineland Developmental Center, Department of Human Services,
appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-18 BARBARA FLANAGAN

Barbara Flanagan, a Head Nurse, 12 Months, with Woodbridge
Developmental Center, Department of Human Services,
represented by Benjamin Spivak, Senior Staff Representative,
CWA Local 1040, appeals the denial of sick leave injury
(SLI) benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-19 OWEN HINDS

Owen Hinds, a Repairer with Woodbridge Developmental Center,
Department of Human Services, appeals the denial of sick
leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be granted.

B-20 MARY JOSEPH

Mary Joseph, a Cottage Training Technician with Woodbridge
Developmental Center, Department of Human Services, appeals
the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be granted.

B-21 JOANNE KARANICOLA

Joanne Karanicola, a Family Service Specialist 3 with the
Division of Youth and Family Services, Department of Human
Services, appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI)
benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this matter
be held over.

B-22 BRIAN LANGDON

Brian Langdon, a Correction Sergeant with Southern State
Correctional Facility, Department of Corrections,
represented by Henry Kowalski, III, Esq., appeals the denial
of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B23 SONYA MCLAWHORN

Sonya McLawhorn, a Word Processing Specialist 2 with the
Division of Youth and Family Services, Department of Human
Services, appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI)
benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-24 AUGUSTINE MERCURIO

Augustine Mercurio, a Clerk Driver with the Division of
Youth and Family Services, Department of Human Services,
represented by Colleen B. Reilly, CWA Local 1038, appeals
the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board granted a hearing.

B-25 ALBA MONTES DE OCA

Alba Montes de Oca, a Senior Clerk Stenographer, Bilingual
in Spanish and English, with Kean College of New Jersey,
appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-26 MARY ELLEN SCOTT

Mary Ellen Scott, a Human Services Assistant with the New
Jersey Veterans' Memorial Home at Vineland, Department of
Military & Veterans' Affairs, appeals the denial of sick
leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-27 CURTIS COHEN

The Department of Corrections (DOC), represented by Jennifer
Meyer-Mahoney, Deputy Attorney General, requests
reconsideration of the decision of the Merit System Board,
In the Matter of Curtis Cohen (MSB, decided February 9,
1999). Additionally, DOC requests a stay of the decision
pending the outcome of its request for reconsideration.
Further, appellant, represented by Robert A. Fagella, Esq.,
requests enforcement of the subject decision.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this matter
be held over.

B-28 DIANE MURPHY

Diane Murphy, represented by Michael J. Herbert, Esq.,
petitions the Merit System Board for reconsideration of that
portion of its final decision, rendered on January 12, 1999,
which denied counsel fees.

ACTION: The Merit System Board granted the
request for reconsideration and counsel fees equal
to 75% of services be awarded.

B-29 SUSAN DIPIETRO

Susan DiPietro, a Communications Operator at Mountainview
Youth Correctional Facility, Department of Corrections,
appeals the decision of the Director, Equal Employment
Division, DOC, which found that the appellant failed to
present sufficient evidence to support a finding of probable
cause that she was a victim of sexual harassment.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-30 TERRY SCOTT

Terry Scott, a County Correction Officer with Atlantic
County, represented by Louis M. Barbone, Esq., petitions the
Merit System Board for a hearing in regard to his 90-day
suspension, on charges.

ACTION: The Merit System Board denied the request for a
hearing.

B-31 JOHN FIEDOROWICZ

John Fiedorowicz appeals the decision of Human Resource
Information Services which found that the appointing
authority had presented a sufficient basis to remove his
name from the Fire Fighter (M4304X), City of Bayonne
eligible list.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this matter
be held over.

B-32 SADHANA SHAH

Sadhana Shah appeals the request of the Hudson County
appointing authority to remove her name from the Income
Maintenance Technician (C6412T) eligible list based on a
claimed inability to communicate effectively in English in
order to perform the duties of the position.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-33 JOHN LAWRENCE

John Lawrence, a Cook at Vineland Developmental Center,
Department of Human Services, represented by Stephan Siegel,
Esq., requests enforcement of that part of the Merit System
Board decision rendered on April 30, 1996, granting him back
pay.

ACTION: The Merit System Board granted the
request in part and awarded back pay in the amount
of $16, 323.40.

B-34 WATER REPAIRER (M0667O), PASSAIC VALLEY WATER COMMISSION

The appointing authority's failure to properly dispose of
the certification for Water Repairer while a provisional
appointee is serving in the title has been referred to the
Merit System Board for enforcement.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed the
Appointing Authority to remove the provisional,
make an appointment from the certification and pay
compliance costs.

B-35 ASUTOSH CHAKRABARTI

The appeal of Asutosh Chakrabarti, Chief Actuary, Department
of Banking and Insurance, concerning his layoff for reasons
of economy, was heard by Administrative Law Judge Jeff S.
Masin (ALJ), on remand from the Merit System Board. The ALJ
rendered his initial decision on December 9, 1997. At its
meeting of February 10, 1998, the Merit System Board upheld
the ALJ's recommendation to dismiss the appeal. The
proposed final decision, clarifying the written decision
issued April 23, 1998, is now submitted for the Board's
review.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this matter
be held over.

B-36 RAMONA COMER

The appeal of Ramona Comer, Custodial Worker, State Operated
School District of Newark, of her removal, effective January
27, 1997 on charges, was heard by Administrative Law Judge
Mumtaz Bari-Brown (ALJ), who rendered her initial decision
on January 15, 1999. The Merit System Board (Board), at its
meeting on May 18, 1999, accepted the ALJ's recommendation
that the penalty of removal be upheld. The proposed final
decision in this matter is now submitted for the Board's
review.

ACTION: The Merit System Board adopted the final decision.

B-37 ELAINE LOVETT

The appeal of Elaine Lovett, a Cottage Training Technician
with Vineland Developmental Center, Department of Human
Services, of her removal effective January 16, 1998 on
charges, was heard by Administrative Law Judge Bruce R.
Campbell (ALJ), who rendered his initial decision on April
7, 1999. The Merit System Board, at its meeting on May 18,
1999, did not accept the ALJ's recommendation to uphold the
removal. Rather, the Board concluded that a suspension of
three months was warranted. The proposed final decision is
now submitted for the Board's review.

ACTION: The Merit System Board adopted the final decision.

B-38 GELAINE PALMER

The appeal of Gelaine Palmer, Day Care Center Technician,
Department of Human Services, concerning her resignation not
in good standing, effective March 10, 1997, on charges of
absence from duty for more than five consecutive days
without approval, was the subject of a settlement conference
convened by Administrative Law Judge Bruce R. Campbell
(ALJ). The ALJ recommended that the settlement be
acknowledged. The Merit System Board at its meeting of May
18, 1999, directed that this matter be remanded to OAL for
full disposition or for further proceedings if required.
The proposed decision is now submitted for the Board's
review.

ACTION: The Merit System Board adopted the final decision.

B-39 WILLIAM WARD

The appeal of William Ward, Fire Fighter, Fire Department,
City of Newark, of his removal effective December 13, 1996
on charges, was heard by Administrative Law Judge (ALJ)
Edith Klinger, who rendered her initial decision on March
18, 1999. At its meeting on May 5, 1999, the Merit System
Board adopted the ALJ's recommendation to uphold the
removal. The proposed final decision is now submitted for
the Board's review.

ACTION: The Merit System Board adopted the final decision.

B-40 ORDER OF CONSOLIDATION AND PREDOMINANT INTEREST NELSON
WILLIAMS

Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Beatrice S. Tylutki issued an
order which consolidated matters concerning the appellant
and determined that the Board has predominant interest.
This order is now in before the Board for adoption.

ACTION: The Merit System Board adopted the order
of consolidation and predominant interest.

B-41 IRA ROCHELLE

Howard S. Wilson, Assistant County Counsel, petitions the
Merit System Board for a stay of its order to reinstate Ira
Rochelle to his prior position in the decision of In the
Matter of Ira Rochelle (MSB, decided March 9, 1999) pending
its appeal to the Appellate Division of the Superior Court
of New Jersey.

ACTION: The Merit System Board denied the petition for a
stay.

B-42 CHRISTOPHER SILVA

Little Egg Harbor Township, represented by Todd J. Gelfand,
Esq., requests interlocutory review of the April 20, 1999
Order of Administrative Law Judge Edgar Holmes (ALJ), in the
Matter of Christopher Silva pursuant to N.J. A.C. 1:1-
14.10(a).

ACTION: The Merit System Board vacated the
Administrative Law Judge's order.

B-43 BRENDA ABEL

Brenda Abel appeals the determination of the Division of
Selection Services which found that appellant did not meet
the experience requirements for the promotional examination
for Management Assistant (PS6409I), Department of
Corrections.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be granted.

B-44 CHERYL L. BALDWIN

Cheryl L. Baldwin appeals the determination of the Division
of Selection Services which found that she did not meet the
experience requirements for the promotional examination for
Health Insurance Benefits Clerk (PM0385W), Atlantic City.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be granted.

B-45 JAMES L. BELLINGER

James L. Bellinger appeals the determination of the Division
of Selection Services, which found that he did not meet the
experience requirement for the open competitive examination
for Senior Custodian, (M9036O), Newark School District, and
his non-appointment from the eligible list for Maintenance
Repairer Low Pressure License (C1611U), Essex County.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-46 MARIE A. BENNETT

Marie A. Bennett appeals the decision of the Division of
Selection Services which found that appellant did not meet
the experience requirements for the Senior Data Entry
Machine Operator (Terminal) (S1688T) examination.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-47 JAMES E. BLAINE

James E. Blaine appeals the decision of the Division of
Selection Services which found that he did not meet the
requirements for the open competitive examination for
Technical Assistant Office of the Construction Official
(M0824W), Liberty Township.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be granted.

B-48 MARY LEE BRUNO-KEIL

Mary Lee Bruno-Keil appeals the decision of the Division of
Human Resource Selection Services which found that she did
not meet the education requirements for the open competitive
examination for Occupational Health Consultant 3 (S0283O).

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-49 ALICE P. CUBBERLEY

Alice P. Cubberley appeals the decision of the Division of
Selection Services which found that she did not meet the
experience requirements for the promotional examination for
Technical Assistant, Office of the Construction Official,
Typing (PM1492W), Trenton City.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-50 MARK DANIK

Mark Danik appeals the decisions of the Division of
Selection Services which found that he did not meet the
experience requirements for the open competitive examination
for Social Worker 2 Corrections, Bilingual in Spanish and
English (S0185O) and did not meet the education and
experience requirements for the open competitive examination
for Environmental Specialist (S6039O).

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-51 SATERIAN DAVIS

Saterian Davis appeals the determination of the Division of
Selection Services which found that she did not meet the
requirements for the examination for Paralegal Specialist
(C0761W), Passiac County.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-52 DEBORAH J. DEFELICE

Deborah J. DeFelice appeals the determination of the
Division of Human Resource Management which found that she
was ineligible for the promotional examination for
Secretarial Assistant (PC1040W), Union County Prosecutor's
Office.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-53 JEROME GARDNER

Jerome Gardner appeals the determination of the Division of
Selection Services, which found that he did not meet the
experience requirement for the open competitive examination
for Senior Custodian, (M9036O), Newark School District.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-54 ARNOLD GORDON

Arnold Gordon appeals the determination of the Division of
Selection Services, which found that he did not meet the
experience requirement for the open competitive examination
for Senior Custodian, (M9036O), Newark School District.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-55 ADALY I. HERNANDEZ

Adaly I. Hernandez appeals the determination of the Division
of Selection Services which found that the appellant did not
meet the experience requirements for the Technical
Assistant, Office of the Construction Official, Typing
(PM1492W), City of Trenton, promotional examination.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-56 BRIAN HILL

Brian Hill appeals the determination of the Division of
Selection Services which found that he did not meet the
experience requirement for the Museum Curator (M6601W),
Trenton.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be granted.

B-57 WILLIAM M. HOURICAN

William M. Hourican appeals the determination of the
Division of Human Resource Management which found that he
was ineligible for the promotional examination for Police
Sergeant (PM1102W), Bayonne.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.


B-58 CHEVALLE JONES

Chevalle Jones appeals the determination of the Division of
Selection Services which found that she did not meet the
experience requirements for the examination for Housing
Assistance Technician (M0630O), Paterson.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-59 JOEL KELLY

Joel Kelly appeals the determination of the Division of
Selection Services, which found that he did not meet the
experience requirement for the open competitive examination
for Senior Custodian, (M9036O), Newark School District.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-60 ELIZABETH A. KLEBER

Elizabeth A. Kleber appeals the determination of the
Division of Selection Services which found that the
appellant did not meet the requirements for the promotional
examination for Standards and Procedures Technician
(PS6768G), Department of Environmental Protection.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-61 CHRISTINE KOPPEL

Christine Koppel appeals the determination of the Division
of Human Resource Management which found that she was
ineligible for the promotional examination for
Administrative Supervisor of Income Maintenance (PC0988W),
Gloucester County Welfare Board.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-62 JOSEPH E. KUNZMANN

Joseph E. Kunzmann appeals the determination of the Division
of Selection Services which found that he did not meet the
experience requirement for the promotional examination for
Deputy Director of Welfare (PC1657W), Somerset County.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be granted.


B-63 DIANE P. MCKENZIE

Diane P. McKenzie appeals the determination of the Division
of Selection Services which found that she did not meet the
educational requirement for the Vocational Rehabilitation
Counselor title.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-64 RAYMOND A. MURAWSKI

Raymond A. Murawski appeals the determination of the
Division of Selection Services which found that he did not
meet the experience requirements for the promotional
examination for Coordinator, Health Projects 3 (PS6373H),
Department of Health and Senior Services.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-65 DOLORES PELZER

Dolores Pelzer appeals the determination of the Division of
Selection Services which found that the appellant did not
meet the experience requirements for the Program Development
Specialist 1 (Energy Conservation) (PS4767D), Department of
Community Affairs promotional examination.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-66 WILLIAM R. POWELL

William R. Powell appeals the determination of the Division
of Human Resource Management which found that he was
ineligible for the promotional examination for Park
Maintenance Specialist 2 (PS7089G), Environmental
Protection.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-67 JESSE PRINGLE

Jesse Pringle appeals the determination of the Division of
Selection Services, which found that he did not meet the
experience requirement for the open competitive examination
for Senior Custodian, (M9036O), Newark School District.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-68 ANGELA M. RIVERA

Angela M. Rivera appeals the determination of the Division
of Human Resource Management which found that she was
ineligible for the promotional examination for Supervising
Clerk Stenographer (PC4303V), Essex County Prosecutor's
Office.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-69 PREM SACHDEVA

Prem Sachdeva appeals the determination of the Division of
Selection Services, which found that he did not meet the
experience requirement for the open competitive examination
for Senior Custodian, (M9036O), Newark School District.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-70 DAVID SALLEY

David Salley appeals the determination of the Division of
Selection Services, which found that he did not meet the
experience requirement for the open competitive examination
for Senior Custodian, (M9036O), Newark School District.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-71 CULESTINE SALMON-MASON

Culestine Salmon-Mason appeals the determination of the
Division of Selection Services which found that the
appellant did not meet the experience requirements for the
Principal Procedures Analyst (PS5150D), Department of
Community Affairs promotional examination.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-72 GINA SANTORO-LAFI

Gina Santoro-Lafi appeals the decision of the Division of
Selection Services which found that she did not meet the
education and experience requirements for the open-
competitive examinations for Health Educator (M0530O),
Passaic.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-73 KANTHIAH SIVANANTHAN

Kanthiah Sivananthan appeals the determination of the
Division of Selection Services which found that appellant
did not meet the educational requirements for the open-
competitive examination for Accountant (M6387O), Irvington.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-74 EDWARD J. SNOOK

Edward J. Snook appeals the determination of the Division of
Selection Services which found that the appellant did not
meet the experience requirements for the Director of Public
Works (PM0235W), Vernon Township promotional examination.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-75 WILLIAM TORRY

William Torry appeals the decision of the Division of
Selection Services which found that appellant did not meet
the education and experience requirements for the open
competitive examination for County Park Ranger (C0305O),
Monmouth County.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-76 ANTHONY VENEZIA ET AL.

Anthony Venezia, Yvonne D. Davis, and Arlene C. Steinbacher
appeal the determinations of the Division of Selection
Services which found that they did not meet the experience
requirements for the promotional examination for Executive
Assistant (PC0572W), Citizen Services Department, Essex
County.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that these appeals
be denied.

B-77 HILERY WILLIAMS, JR.

Hilery Williams, Jr. appeals the determination of the
Division of Selection Services, which found that he did not
meet the experience requirement for the open competitive
examination for Senior Custodian, (M9036O), Newark School
District.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-78 ANGELO ANDRIANI ET AL.

Angelo Andriani, Brian Murphy and Mark Aurigemma,
represented by Vincenza Leonelli-Spina, Esq., petition the
Merit System Board for reconsideration of the final
administrative decisions rendered on April 9 and April 30,
1997, by the Commissioner of Personnel, who determined that
the appellants' examinations for Police Sergeant (PM3219S),
Hoboken, were properly scored.

ACTION: The Merit System Board denied the request for
reconsideration.

B-79 JULIE BASKINGER

Julie Baskinger appeals the determination of the Division of
Selection Services which found that she received a failing
score on the unassembled examination for Principal Audit
Account Clerk (PS6235J), Montclair State University.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-80 HAZEL V. CLARKE

Hazel V. Clarke appeals the decision of the Division of
Selection Services which found that she failed to achieve a
passing score on the Family Service Worker (C6397T), Essex
County examination.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-81 EDWARD F. OTT, JR.

Edward F. Ott, Jr. appeals the decision of the Division of
Selection Services which found that he failed to achieve a
passing score on the Firefighter (M0776U), Vineland City
examination.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-82 EDWARD PAKNIS AND DONALD DOERR

Appellants Edward Paknis and Donald Doerr, whose names
appear on the Health Economics Research Specialist 1 special
reemployment list, appeal the determination to reclassify
the positions of incumbents in the Analyst, Health Care
Facilities title series to corresponding lateral titles in
the Health Economics Research Specialist title series.

ACTION: The Merit System Board directed that this appeal
be denied.

B-83 NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR 2 AND NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR 1

The Director, Division of Human Resource Management (DHRM),
requests that seven positions within the Network
Administrator 2 title and thirteen positions within the
Network Administrator 1 title be allocated to the
noncompetitive division of the career service on an interim
basis for a period of 120 days.

ACTION: The Merit System Board granted the request.

B-84 INVESTIGATOR 2 AND INVESTIGATOR 1

The Director, Division of Human Resource Management (DHRM),
requests that three positions within the Investigator 2
title and one position within the Investigator 1 title be
allocated to the noncompetitive division of the career
service on an interim basis.

ACTION: The Merit System Board granted the request.

B-85 CORRECTION OFFICER

The Director, Division of Human Resource Management,
requests revival of the traditional LECR eligible list for
Correction Officer (C1295T), Burlington County.

ACTION: The Merit System Board granted the request.

B-86 ADA V. WHITE

The Superior Court, Appellate Division, has reversed the
decision of the Merit System Board in In the Matter of Ada
V. White and remanded the matter to the Board for further
processing of her claim for sick leave injury (SLI)
benefits.

ACTION: The Merit System Board awarded the
appellant one year sick leave injury (SLI)
benefits.

B-87 SANDRA BROWN

The appeal of Sandra Brown, County Correction Officer,
Atlantic County, Department of Public Safety, concerning her
suspension for five days beginning March 5, 1998 and
suspension of ten days beginning April 3, 1998, on charges
was heard by Administrative Law Judge John R. Tassini (ALJ),
who rendered his initial decision on April 12, 1999. At its
meeting on May 18, 1999, the Board did not accept the ALJ's
recommendation to reduce the five and ten-day suspensions
from 15 days cumulatively to a ten-day suspension. Rather,
the Board upheld the five-day suspension and reduced the ten-
day suspension to a five-day suspension. The proposed final
decision is now submitted for the Board's review.

ACTION: The Merit System Board adopted the final decision.

B-88 MERIT SYSTEM BOARD MINUTES

The Merit System Board Minutes for the meeting of May 18,
1999 are submitted for adoption.

ACTION: The Merit System Board adopted the
minutes of its meeting of May 18, 1999.


B-89 EARLY SETTLEMENTS

Tyra Davis
Burlington County
10 day suspension
15 day suspension
20 day suspension

Richard E. Farrell
Hudson County
20 day suspension
75 day suspension

William E. Farrior
New Lisbon Developmental Center
Department of Human Services
Removal



Emma Harris
Ancora Psychiatric Hospital
Department of Human Services
Two 10 day suspensions

Donald Hickerson
Central Reception and Assignment Facility
Department of Corrections

Jason Hughen
Mountainview Youth Correctional Facility
Department of Corrections
Removal

Alejandra Mazza
New Jersey Department of Labor
Resignation not in good standing

Shannon Richardson
Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital
Department of Human Services
Removal

ACTION: The Merit System Board acknowledged the
settlements.

There being no further business before the Merit System
Board, the meeting was adjourned to convene on Tuesday, June 22,
1999, at 10:00 a.m., at 3 Station Plaza, Trenton, New Jersey.

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JANICE MITCHELL MINTZ
CHAIRWOMAN
MERIT SYSTEM BOARD
 
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