OZARK CITY CLERK RETIRING AT THE END OF THE YEAR
Ozark City Clerk Sonya Eveld will be retiring at the end of the year after the Ozark City Council approved a resolution allowing the transfer of credit for time worked in the water department of 5 years. The transfer of the credit will give Eveld the amount of years needed for full retirement. Eveld submitted a letter of resignation contingent on the council approving the resolution. Eveld has been City Clerk for 9 years and had worked for the Water Department for 5 years, she has 3 year remaining in her term.
The City Council can take no action on the vacancy until after the position is vacated. There was brief discussion of splitting off the responsibilities of the position and not having an elected City Clerk.
In other actions by the Council a re-appropriation of funding for the Senior Citizens Center was approved after a full time position went to a part time position. An updated sick leave policy was approved which prohibits sharing or transferring sick time The Area Agency on Aging report was given to the Council in writing with questions raised by the Council as to why the City was allotting $12,000 annually when the County was allotting half that amount. The mayor is going to check on the funding history and report back to the council. Christmas bonuses of $100 for full time employees and $50 for part-time employees was approved, a total expenditure of $5,400. Council approved the appointment of John Reynolds to the A&P, he is the owner of the Oxford Inn.
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