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Handbooks focusing on New York State and Municipal Public Personnel Law:
The Discipline Book, - A concise guide to disciplinary actions involving public employees in New York State set out in a 2100+ page e-book. For more information click on http://booklocker.com/books/5215.html
A Reasonable Disciplinary Penalty Under the Circumstances - a 442-page volume focusing on determining an appropriate disciplinary penalty to be imposed on an employee in the public service in instances where the employee has been found guilty of misconduct or incompetence. Now available in two formats - as a paperback print edition and in an electronic [e-book] edition. For more information click on http://booklocker.com/books/7401.html
The Layoff, Preferred List and Reinstatement Manual - a 645 page e-book reviewing the relevant laws, rules and regulations, and selected court and administrative decisions. For more information click on http://booklocker.com/books/5216.htmlDisability Leave for fire, police and other public sector personnel - a 1098 page e-book focusing on administering General Municipal Law Sections 207-a/207-c and providing benefits thereunder. For more information click on http://booklocker.com/books/3916.html
Friday, May 07, 2010
Governor Paterson asks New York State Theatre Institute board members to resign
Statutory Authority: §9.09.2, Arts and Cultural Affairs Law
Governor Paterson has advised the members of the Board of Directors of the New York State Theatre Institute* that he would remove them from their respective position if they failed to submit their resignations from the Board.
Are these Board Members entitled to “notice and hearing” as a condition precedent to their removal?
In a word, no.
The New York State Theatre Institute Corporation Board is comprised of a board of directors consisting of a chairperson and fourteen voting members and pursuant to §9.09.2 of the Arts and Cultural Affairs Law, all are appointed by, and serve at the pleasure of, the Governor.
As to other employees of the Institute, §9.09.8 of the Arts and Cultural Affairs Law provides, in pertinent part, that the appointments and non-renewal of all employees of the corporation other than the producing director are subject to “the rules and regulations pertaining to civil service and professional status according to the laws governing the [sic] New York state employees.”
* §9.09.12 of the Arts and Cultural Affairs Law provides that the New York State Theatre Institute, a public benefit corporation, is a State Agency and its officers, members, and employees are subject to the provisions of §§73 [Business or professional activities], 73-a [Financial disclosure] and 74 [Code of ethics] of the Public Officers Law.
The Layoff, Preferred List and Reinstatement Manual - a 435 page handbook reviewing the relevant laws, rules and regulations, and selected court and administrative decisions. For more information click on http://booklocker.com/books/5216.html
A Reasonable Disciplinary Penalty Under the Circumstances - A 600+ page guide to penalties imposed on public employees in New York State found guilty of selected acts of misconduct. For more information, click on http://booklocker.com/books/7401.html
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