Prior to the adoption of Ord. 18254 on 09/20/2004, Section 19-112 read as follows.


    The city manager shall evaluate unclassified employees other than the city clerk at least annually. In making these evaluations, the city manager shall consider the following: total performance; extent and finality of responsibility; diversity, difficulty and impact of the individual's work. The city manager shall, based on such evaluation, determine the salary to be paid an unclassified employee, which salary shall be within established salary ranges for that employee's position. The city manager shall, in addition, have discretionary authority to make available additional fringe benefits to unclassified employees on an individual basis, which may include additional leave accrual and limits, increased insurance coverage, deferred compensation allowance, severance pay, vehicle allowance and similar fringe benefit considerations as are appropriate in the individual circumstances. The city manager shall forward his recommendations to notify the city council of such fringe benefits. These recommendations benefits shall take effect after the next regular council meeting, unless the city council objects to the proposed benefits shall ask for an executive session with the city manager.

(Ord. No. 17016, § 1, 9-17-01)