ORDINANCE NO. 648
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING WORK PERIODS FOR THE
EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF MEADE; PAY PERIODS; METHODS OF COMPENSATION
PAY AND REPEALING ANY ORDINANCES OR PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF MEADE, MEADE
SECTION 1. WORK PERIOD. Said period shall apply to all employees of
the City of Meade, except members of the police department. Said
work period shall always start on the first day of the week (Sunday)
and shall end on Saturday 12:00 P.M. mid-night. Each employee shall
be paid at the rate of regular hourly rate for the first 40 hours
worked during said period and shall be paid a rate of one an
one-half time per hour for any hours worked in excess of 40 hours.
SECTION 2. WORK PERIOD FOR POLICE DEPARTMENT. Said period shall
apply to all members of the Police Department that qualify under the
provisions of K.S.A. 74-5601 et. Seq. Said period shall consist of
28 days. Said employees may be scheduled to work 258 working hours
during said period.. Employees shall receive an hourly rate for 258
hours worked during the above mentioned period and shall be paid a
rate of one and one-half of the regular hourly rate for any hours
worked in excess of the 258 hours during said work period.
SECTION 3. PAY PERIODS. The City of Meade shall pay its employees on
the first Monday of each month beginning in February of each year
except as hereinafter provided. The City shall pay all employees for
wages in December at a special meeting to be called by the City of
Meade each year.
SECTION 4. All employees that work in excess of the hourly rate as
heretofore established and have worked hours to qualify for
overtime, shall be entitled to elect to take time off with pay in an
equal amount for the time earned before the next pay period.
SECTION 5. That all Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict
herewith are hereby repealed.
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its
passage, approval and publication in the Meade Globe, the official
PASSED AND APPROVED this 7th day of May, 1979.
Leroy Lemaster, Mayor
Esther M. Cheney, City Clerk