City of Hoboken, NJ
Hudson County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the City of Hoboken as indicated in article histories.[1] Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Department of Administration — See Ch. 4.
Officers and employees — See Ch. 54.
Department of Environmental Services — See Ch. 58.
Purchasing — See Ch. 60.
[1]
Editor's Note: Articles I through VII are derived from Sections 8.01 through 8.09 and Sections 8.11 through 8.15 of Ch. 8 of the former Revised Ordinances of the City of Hoboken, New Jersey, adopted 1-7-1959 by Ord. No. 123.
Article I City Seal

§ 6-1 Establishment of Seal.

§ 6-2 Custody.

Article II Bonds

§ 6-3 Execution of official bonds.

§ 6-4 Approval of bonds.

§ 6-5 Endorsement and certification.

§ 6-6 Annual renewal.

§ 6-7 Death or insolvency.

§ 6-8 Bond executed by a surety company.

Article III Classification and Duties of City Employees

§ 6-9 Schedule of classifications and duties.

§ 6-10 Titles of positions.

§ 6-11 Salary payment periods.

Article IV Office Hours; Records

§ 6-12 City office hours.

§ 6-13 Records open for inspection.

§ 6-14 Filing of records.

§ 6-15 Licenses to be registered.

Article IVA Fees and Special Service Charges Under the New Jersey Open Public Records Act (OPRA)

§ 6-15.1 Purpose.

§ 6-15.2 Ordinary requests for information.

§ 6-15.3 Establish deputy custodians of records.

§ 6-15.4 No research or interpretation may be compelled.

§ 6-15.5 Special service charge/special charges authorized.

§ 6-15.6 Fees, special service charges and special charges; when charged; amounts authorized.

§ 6-15.7 Notice of requester of copyright laws.

§ 6-15.8 Waivers for governmental or educational requester.

Article V Reports of Administrative Officers

§ 6-16 Annual reports of conditions of officers.

Article VI Contracts

§ 6-17 Interest of City officers in contracts.

§ 6-18 Performance bond on contracts.

§ 6-19 Removal for misconduct.

Article VII Merit Awards

§ 6-20 Members of Police and Fire Divisions; City employees.

Article VIII Residency Requirements

§ 6-21 Policy determined.

§ 6-22 Conditions.

§ 6-23 (Reserved)

Article IX Longevity Pay in Increments

§ 6-24 Longevity pay.

§ 6-25 Eligibility.

§ 6-26 Payment.

§ 6-27 Years of service.

§ 6-28 Certification of service.

§ 6-29 Employment.

§ 6-30 Leave of absence without pay.

Article X Retirement

§ 6-31 Payment of premiums or periodic charges.

§ 6-32 Payment to persons entitled to benefits.

§ 6-33 through § 6-39. (Reserved)

Article XI Harassment Policy

§ 6-40 Policy Established.

§ 6-41 Purpose of policy.

§ 6-42 Prohibited conduct.

§ 6-43 Sexual harassment.

§ 6-44 Complaint procedure.

§ 6-45 Investigation; hearing; disciplinary action.

§ 6-46 Privacy policy; protection against reprisal.

§ 6-47 City liability.

Article XII Citizens Service Act

§ 6-48 Definitions.

§ 6-49 Registry of appointed municipal positions.

§ 6-50 Vacancies.

§ 6-51 Filling vacancies.

§ 6-52 Application for citizen service.

§ 6-53 Applications public record.

§ 6-54 Filing applications.

§ 6-55 Maintaining applications.

§ 6-56 Filling voluntary municipal position.

Article XIII Defined Contribution Retirement Program

§ 6-57 Eligible and exempt positions.

§ 6-58 Implementation of program.

Article XIV Miscellaneous Fees

§ 6-59 Fee for returned checks.

Article XV Personnel Policies

§ 6-60 Drug and alcohol policy for safety-sensitive employees in transit.

Article XVI Acceptance of Bequests, Legacies and Gifts

§ 6-61 Bequests, legacies, gifts, real property, capital improvements and personal property.