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Session Laws, 1970
Volume 695, Page 103   View pdf image
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Marvin Mandel, Governor                          103

11.

(A) The administration of this article is hereby placed under the
direction and supervision of the [Department of] Employment Secur-
ity Administration under a full-time salaried Executive Director and
a Board of Appeals as hereinafter constituted. The administrative
functions heretofore exercised by the Employment Security Board,
which Board is hereby abolished, except those provided for by the
second paragraph of Sections 7 (c), 7 (e), 7 (f), 7 (h), 7 (i), 15
(a) (4), the second paragraph of Section 15 (b), Section 15 (c), and
Section 16 (b) of this article from and after June 1, 1957, shall be
exercised by said Executive Director. Wherever within this article
the word "Board" appears, it shall be construed to mean Executive
Director except where the word "Board" appears in Sections 7 (c),
7 (e), 7 (f), 7 (g), 7 (h), 7 (i), 15 (a) (4), the second paragraph
of Section 15 (b), Section 15 (c), and Section 16 (b) of this article,
it shall be construed to mean Board of Appeals. When the word
"Board" appears in Sections 12 (g) (1), 12 (g) (2), 12 (h), 12 (i),
12 (j) and 18 (a), it shall be construed to mean both the Executive
Director and the Board of Appeals and they shall have equal and
independent authority to exercise the powers contained therein.

The Executive Director shall furnish to the Board of Appeals such
equipment, housing, supplies and services as may be necessary to the
operations of said Board of Appeals, and shall, with the approval
of the Board of Appeals, appoint an adequate number of referees
and other personnel, as may be required by the Board of Appeals,
for the proper and effective performance of the appeals procedures
provided by this article. All personnel shall be under the adminis-
trative authority of the Executive Director.

The manner in which appeals to the referees and the Board of
Appeals shall be presented, and the procedures governing such ap-
peals shall be in accordance with the rules or regulations prescribed
by the Board of Appeals pursuant to their authority as outlined in
Section 7 (g) herein.

(1) [Effective June 1, 1957, the Governor shall, by and with the
advice and consent of the Senate, appoint the Executive Director,
whose term shall expire May 31, 1961, and who shall have all of
the duties and shall exercise all of the powers conferred upon the
Executive Director by this article. Upon the expiration of said term
and for each succeeding term, the Governor, by and with the advice
and consent of the Senate, shall appoint a successor who shall hold
office for the term of six years and until his successor is duly ap-
pointed and qualified. Any vacancy occurring during a term shall
be filled by the Governor, by and with the advice and consent of the
Senate, for the unexpired portion of the term.] The Executive
Director of the Employment Security Administration shall be ap-
pointed by the Secretary of Employment and Social Services with
the approval of the Governor, and shall hold office at the pleasure
of the Secretary. The Executive Director of the Department of Em-
ployment Security, holding office on August 31, 1970, shall continue
to hold office as Executive Director of the Employment Security Ad-
ministration at the pleasure of the Secretary of Employment and
Social Services.
The Executive Director shall receive remuneration
in such amount or amounts as [may be fixed by the Standard Salary
Board] provided in the budget.

 

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