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R-2019-055 Non-Represented PT Salaries FY 2020 - 2022 2019-06-18RESOLUTION NO. R-2019-055 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PISMO BEACH, CALIFORNIA APPROVING SALARY SCHEDULES FOR PART-TIME CITY EMPLOYEES AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS AS REQUIRED TO COVER COSTS WHEREAS, the City's part-time employees' salary schedules are hereby amended and established; and WHEREAS, the City's part-time employees' salary schedules include adjustments that incorporate the State minimum wage rate by adjusting the salary schedule to reflect the $15-per-hour rate before the January 1, 2022 requirement; and WHEREAS, the City Council believes that the new Resolution is fair to its valued part- time employees and also serves the community of Pismo Beach well by providing broadly competitive wage rates to retain and attract quality employees to serve our residents, businesses and taxpayers. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Pismo Beach as follows: SECTION 1 AFFECTED EMPLOYEES PART-TIME EMPLOYEES This classification includes all employees who are Part -Time and Temporary. These employees are not part of the Competitive Service and are not protected by the City's Personnel Rules and Regulations. These employees receive only those benefits as required by law. No other benefits are provided. SECTION 2 PAY RATES AND COMPENSATION A. Employees shall receive the following pay as set forth on Schedule A, attached hereto and by this reference made a part hereof, effective at the start of the first full pay period after July 1, 2019. The salary Schedule represents the City's commitment to the minimum wage increase which is mandated on or before January 1, 2022. SECTION 3 RETIREMENT A Part -Time employee is not eligible for PERS retirement at hire date unless qualified as a member from a previous employer. In the event an employee works more than 1,000 hours in a fiscal year, they may qualify and will be enrolled in PERS retirement benefits. In the event an employee qualifies or has previously qualified for PERS retirement, the employee will contribute as follows: PAGE 1 OF 5 R-2019-055 A. SWORN EMPLOYEES: 1. The City provides Sworn Safety employees hired before December 17, 2012, retirement coverage through the Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS), specifically the PERS Benefit Description: "3% at 50 Modified Formula" and "One -Year Final Compensation." The Employee will pay the total 9% sworn Member Contribution plus 3% Employer contribution. 2. The City provides Sworn Safety police members hired after December 17, 2012, who qualify as a PERS "Classic" member under the new Public Employees' Pension Reform Act ("PEPRA") the retirement formula under Government Code Section 21363.1 ("3% @ 55"), modified for Social Security for Police Safety Employees. This formula shall be based upon highest average full-time monthly pay rate for a 3-year period. The Employee will pay the total 9% sworn member contribution plus 3% Employer contribution. 3. The City provides Sworn Safety police employees hired after January 1, 2013 who do not qualify for Pension Reciprocity pursuant to Government Code Section 7522.02(c), retirement coverage through the PERS retirement formula "2.7% @ 57". This formula shall be based upon highest average full time monthly pay rate for a 3-year period. Employees shall pay the full employee's share of Public Employees' Retirement employee contribution as determined by PERS; the City shall not pay any portion of the required employee contribution. Under this retirement benefit ("2.7% @ 57") the employee pays the full PERS employee Member Contribution (currently 11.5%) plus 0.5% of the Employer Contribution. Should the employee contribution rate increase as defined by PEPRA, the employee will pay the Member Contribution rate defined under PEPRA plus one half of a percentage point (0.50%). B. NON -SWORN EMPLOYEES: 1. The City provides Non -Sworn Employees hired before December 17, 2012, with retirement benefits through the Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS) at a "2.5 @ 55" modified formula, which includes the PERS Benefit Description: "One Year Final Compensation." Of the 8% Member Contribution, the employee pays 8% of the PERS employee Member Contribution and the City pays 0%. 2. The City provides PERS Miscellaneous Non -Sworn employees hired after December 17, 2012, who qualify as a PERS "Classic" member under the new Public Employees' Pension Reform Act ("PEPRA") retirement coverage through the Public Employees' Retirement System ("PERS") Government Code Section 21353 ("2% @ 60") for Miscellaneous Employees. This formula PAGE 2 OF 5 R-2019-055 shall be based upon highest average full-time monthly pay rate for a 3-year period. Employees with the "2% @ 60" modified formula pay the full 7% PERS employee Member Contribution plus 1.0% of the City contribution. 3. The City provides PERS Miscellaneous employees hired after January 1, 2013 who do not qualify for Pension Reciprocity pursuant to Government Code Section 7522.02(c), the City shall provide retirement coverage through the PERS retirement formula under Government Code 7522.20 ("2% @ 62" formula). This formula shall be based upon highest average full time monthly pay rate for a 3-year period. Employees pay the full employee's share of Public Employees' Retirement employee contribution as determined by PERS; the City shall not pay any portion of the required employee contribution. Under this retirement benefit ("2% @ 62") the employee pays the full 6.25% PERS employee Member Contribution plus 1.75% of the City Contribution. For "new" Miscellaneous employees, should the employee contribution rate increase as defined by PEPRA, the employee will pay the Member Contribution, plus 1.75%. C. ALL EMPLOYEES The City has amended the Retirement Contract with PERS to allow the additional Cost Sharing contribution by the employees (the amounts contributed by employees above the Member Contribution) to be credited to the employee's PERS account as a normal contribution and the additional amount will be reported as tax -deferred compensation in accordance to International Revenue Code 414(h)(2). SECTION 4 UNIFORM AND BOOT ALLOWANCE Part Time employees classified as Temporary Police Officers or Public Safety Dispatchers must wear a Police Department defined uniform. A uniform allowance will be provided to an employee for the purchase, replacement and cleaning of uniforms. Non -Sworn personnel will receive $400 per year and Sworn personnel will receive $500 per year. The uniform allowance shall be made in two equal retroactive payments of 50% of the annual allowance and shall occur during the first period in December and June. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Pismo Beach hereby approves the Salary Schedules attached hereto (Exhibit A), for the term of July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2019. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Pismo Beach hereby appropriates the following amounts in FY 2020 and FY 2021 in the various accounts from the fund balance as listed below: PAGE 3 OF 5 R-2019-055 Fund Type of Cost FY 2017 General Fund Salaries $ 16,752 Benefits 1,282 Technology Costs 161 General Fund subtotal 18,195 LBID Fund Salaries 900 Benefits 69 Lodging Business Improvement District Fund subtotal 969 Water Enterprise Fund Water Enterprise Fund subtotal Salaries 204 Benefits 16 219 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Salaries 204 Benefits 16 Wastew.eter Enterprise Fund subtotal 219 Parking Enterprise Fund Salaries Benefits Parking Enterprise Fund subtotal Technology Service Fund IT Service Charges Salaries Benefits Technology Service Fund subtotal All Funds Total 1,104 84 1,188 (161) 150 11 $ 20,790 UPON MOTION OF Council Member Reiss, seconded by Council Member Guthrie, the foregoing resolution was adopted by the City Council of the City of Pismo Beach this 18th day of June 2019, by the following vote: AYES: 5 Reiss, Guthrie, Blake, Howell, Waage NOES: 0 ABSENT: 0 ABSTAIN: 0 RECUSED: 0 Approved: Attest: Ed Waage, Mayor I/ rica Ind , C y Clerk , PAGE 4 OF 5 R-2019-055 Schedule A Exhibit A Llef City of Pismo Beach Salary Table- Part Time 5% between steps Effective July 1, 2019 (Revision June 18, 2019 Classification Title Range # Period Step A Step B Step C Step D Step E PT Misc I to VII - Intern, Parking Enforcement, Summer Mainentance, Facility Attendent, Rec Leader, Summer Maintenance Aid I, Web -Site PT 1 Hourly 15.00 15.75 16.54 Maintenance PT Misc VIII PT 8 Hourly 15.37 16.14 16.95 PT Misc IX PT 9 Hourly 15.74 16.53 17.35 PT Misc X PT 10 Hourly 16.35 17.17 18.03 Lifeguard I L1 Hourly 16.66 PT Misc XI - Summer Intern V, Summer Maintenance Aid II PT 11 Hourly 16.96 17.81 18.70 PT Misc XII PT 12 Hourly 17.56 18.44 19.36 Lifeguard II L2 Hourly 17.93 PT Misc XIII - Recreation Coordinator I PT 13 Hourly 18.17 19.08 20.03 Lifeguard III L3 Hourly 18.83 PT Misc XIV - Recreation Coordinator II PT 14 Hourly 21.20 22.26 23.37 Lead Lifeguard L4 Hourly 21.65 PT Misc XV PT 15 Hourly 24.23 25.44 26.71 PAGE 5 OF 5 R-2019-055