I FURTHER CERTIFY, That there was no Petition for a Referendum
on the proposed amendments filed within the required time and, therefore,
the same became effective on April 15, 1970.
Wallace G. Ullery, City Clerk
Resolution No. 45
A RESOLUTION of the Mayor and City Council of Cumberland,
Maryland, adopted pursuant to the authority contained in Article
11-E of the Constitution of the State of Maryland, and Section 13 of
Article 23A of the Annotated Code of Maryland, entitled "Municipal
Corporations," as said Section was enacted by Chapter 423 of the Acts
of the General Assembly of Maryland, 1955, entitled "A RESOLU-
TION TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF CUMBER-
LAND, MARYLAND (1966 EDITION), BY REPEALING AND RE-
ENACTING, WITH AMENDMENTS, SECTIONS 49, 55 (c), 56, 57,
58 and 58A of SAID CHARTER, FOUND UNDER THE SUBTITLE
'CIVIL SERVICE—FIRE AND POLICE' AND TO ADD A NEW
SECTION TO BE KNOWN AS 58B, ALL OF WHICH DEAL WITH
THE COMPENSATION, SALARIES, SICK LEAVE, HOLIDAYS
AND VACATIONS OF CITY EMPLOYEES."
Section 1. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COUN-
CIL OF CUMBERLAND, That Sections 49, 55(c), 56, 57, 58 and 58A of
the Charter of the City of Cumberland (1966 Edition) be and are hereby
repealed and reenacted to read as follows:
49. All eligible city employees shall be allowed paid leave on account
of illness in such amounts as the Mayor and City Council may prescribe
from time to time. Said periodic amounts and accumulated totals shall be
set forth by Ordinance.
55(c). Each member of the police department shall be required to
work a regular tour of duty in accordance with a three-platoon system.
Provision shall be made that each member shall be granted two days off in
each work week, to be designated by the Chief of Police.
56(a). Each member of the fire department shall be required to
work a regular tour of duty in accordance with the two-platoon system.
In no event shall the regular tour of duty schedule require more than an
average of a fifty-six (56) hour work week.
56(b). Salaries for the various positions and classifications in the
fire department shall be those established from time to time by Ordinance
of the Mayor and City Council and set forth in the City Code under
Article I of the Chapter on Personnel.
57. Salaries for the various positions and classifications in the police
department shall be those established from time to time by Ordinance of
the Mayor and City Council and set forth in the City Code under Article I
of the Chapter on Personnel.
58. Any permanent employee of the City of Cumberland, who is
injured in the performance of his duty, shall receive compensation for
such time as he may be prevented from performing such duties because of
the injuries so received, agreeable to the Workmen's Compensation Laws