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Personnel policy manual created for City of Ontario

Story By: Brigitte Coles



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  Original Published: 4/5/2013

The city of Ontario is moving forward with implementing a new personnel policy and procedure manual.

Ontario city council Thursday night held the third reading for the manual which will provide a comprehensive document to govern city personnel matters.

"In the past we never had an authorized personnel policy manual. There's been some prepared but never finished or officially recognized," Mayor Larry Collins said.

In other business, council approved an ordinance adding three additional synthetic drugs to those prohibited for use, possession and sale in the city.

Council also adopted an ordinance establishing the number of officers, clerks and employees in each city department.

Under the new legislation the street department will have two foremen and five employees; the water department will have two employees and the sewer department will have one employee.

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