City Manager. All Contract administration will be effected by the City Manager, and communication pertaining to Contract administration shall be addressed to the City Manager only. No changes, deviations, or waivers shall be effective without a modification of the Contract executed by the City Manager or duly authorized representative authorizing such changes, deviations, or waivers. The City Manager is: Name: Xxxx XxXxxxxxx Title: City Manager Telephone Number: 000-000-0000 E-Mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
City Manager. The City Manager or his/her designee receiving the appeal should discuss the grievance with the employee, his/her representative, if any, and with other appropriate persons. The City Manager or his/her designee may designate a fact-finding committee, or an officer not in the normal line of supervision, to advise him/her concerning the appeal. The City Manager or his/her designee shall render a decision in writing to the employee within twenty (20) calendar days after receiving the appeal.
City Manager. If, after ten (10) days from the date of the Department Head’s response, the grievance remains unresolved, the grievance shall be appealed to the City Manager or a person designated by the City Manager. All appeals to the City Manager or designee must be made in writing. The City Manager or designated representative shall meet with the grievant, if available, and his/her Union representative, or in the case of a “class action” grievance affecting more than one employee with the Union and shall respond to the grievance in writing within ten (10) days after the meeting. In the event the grievant is not available, the City may delay the Step 3 meeting.
City Manager. If the Grievant is not satisfied with the resolution presented by Department Head, he/she may appeal that decision to the City Manager. Such appeal must be received in writing by the City Manager no later than eighteen (18) calendar days after receipt of the Department Head’s response. The written notice of appeal shall include the resolution sought, a copy of the Step II grievance, and the Department Head’s response. If the City Manager believes the grievance is incomplete, he/she shall notify the Grievant and his/her representative and the Grievant shall be given nine (9) calendar days to perfect the appeal. The City Manager may appoint a designee, who shall not be the concerned Department Head, to hear the grievance. The City Manager or his/her designee shall set a meeting date which will not be more than fifteen (15) working days after receipt of the appeal by the City Manager. The Grievant, the concerned Department Head, and any other parties requested by the City Manager or designee shall attend the meeting and present oral or documentary evidence relevant to the grievance. The City Manager or his/her designee may conduct such other independent investigation of the grievance as he/she deems necessary. Within ten (10) working days following the meeting, the City Manager or his/her designee shall issue a written decision to all parties directly involved in the grievance.
City Manager is the Chief Executive Officer of the City with the authority to render decisions necessary to expedite the completion of the Project. The City Manager may delegate his authority related to this Agreement to the Project Manager or to any other designee from within the City administration.
City Manager. Where the grievant is not satisfied with the Step 2 response, the aggrieved may submit the grievance to the City Manager within seven (7) calendar days of the date of receipt of the Step 2 answer or the date the answer was due to be received. The City Manager will review the grievance and all responses within seven (7) calendar days following the date he received the grievance. If the City Manager determines that the previous responses were adequate and proper, he will so inform the grievant within fourteen (14) calendar days following the day he received the grievance. If the City Manager or designee determines the responses to be incomplete or improper, or that sufficient evidence does not appear on its face to warrant a response, he may exercise the following procedure: Conduct a meeting with all parties involved in attendance and available for questioning within fourteen (14) calendar days following the day he received the grievance. The City Manager or designee will inform. the grievant of his decision within five (5) calendar days of the meeting.
City Manager. An employee may submit the appeal directly to the City Manager. Within ten (10) working days following conclusion of the hearing as specified hereafter, the City Manager shall make the final and binding decision to sustain, revoke or modify the decision of the appointing authority who took the disciplinary action against the employee.