3. Personnel Board
2-3-2: POWERS AND DUTIES
2-3-3: GENERAL RULES
2-3-4: LEGAL COUNSEL
2-3-1: CREATION: (854 1741 2068) There is hereby created a Personnel Board, hereinafter referred to as "the Board," consisting of five (5) regular members and two (2) alternate members to be appointed by majority vote of Council. Such members shall be known to be in sympathy with the intent and purpose of Chapter VI of the City Charter.
2-3-2: POWERS AND DUTIES: (854 1741 2068) The Board shall hear appeals brought by employees on matters of suspension, demotion, or dismissal pursuant to the requirements of Chapter VI of the City Charter and Chapter 24 of Title I of this Code.
2-3-3: GENERAL RULES: (854 1741 2068) Regular meetings of the Board shall be established by the Board. The Board shall adopt its own rules and procedures consistent with Chapter VI of the City Charter, and any applicable ordinances or resolutions enacted by City Council.
2-3-4: LEGAL COUNSEL: (854 1013 1741 2068) Subject to the provisions of Chapter 24 of Title I of this Code, on all contested legal matters coming before the Board, the Board and the City Manager shall have separate legal counsel retained by the City to represent their separate interests.