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State of New Jersey, Civil Service Commission
Governor Chris Christie • Lt.Governor Kim Guadagno
 
 

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Hope L. Cooper, Chairperson
Flavella Branham
John Currie
Margaret E.L. Howard

A regular meeting of the Civil Service Commission was held on Wednesday, July 8, 2009, in Trenton, New Jersey.

      PRESENT: Hope L. Cooper, Chairperson, Members Flavella Branham, John Currie and Margaret E. L. Howard; Pamela Ullman, Deputy Attorney General; Henry Maurer, Director, Division of Merit System Practices and Labor Relations.

      In accordance with L.1975, c.231, Hope L. Cooper, Chairperson, opened the meeting with the following statement:

Notice of this meeting was filed with the Secretary of State and sent to the Trentonian, Trenton Times, Courier-Post and Star Ledger on November 17, 2008, and posted at the Civil Service Commission, 3 Station Plaza, Trenton, New Jersey.

      *It is noted that agenda Items A-3 Nathaniel Parker and B-33 Alonzo Cumberlander were considered at the conclusion of all other agenda items.

All actions were by unanimous vote unless otherwise specified.

STATE

The Civil Service Commission recorded the recommended changes in the State Classification Plan, copies of which are attached hereto and made a part hereof.  

SECTION A - HEARING MATTERS

A-1    SETTLEMENTS

 

In the Matter of Sabrina Barron
Adult Diagnostic and Treatment Center
Department of Corrections
Suspension

In the Matter of Taheerah Carr
Trenton Psychiatric Hospital
Department of Human Services
Suspension

In the Matter of Kovacte Graham
Monmouth County
Department of Health Care Facilities
Suspension

In the Matter of Lewis Harvey
Mercer County
Department of Public Safety
Fine

In the Matter of Denise Jordan
Mercer County
Department of Public Safety
Fine
           
            In the Matter of Gary Pressley
Ancora Psychiatric Hospital
Department of Human Services
            Removal

In the Matter of Arlene Porter
Trenton Psychiatric Hospital
Department of Human Services
Removal


In the Matter of Vivian Pryor
Essex County
Department of Citizen Services
Suspension

In the Matter of Mallory Ross
Atlantic County
Department of Public Safety
Suspension(2) and Removal

Carolyn Rothlisberger
Judiciary - Ocean Vicinage
Suspension and Removal

In the Matter of Tamika Session
Hudson County
Department of Corrections
Suspension

RECOMMENDATION OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE IN THE ABOVE CASES - SETTLEMENT

          ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission acknowledged the settlements.

A-2    WALTER H. BENNETT

Walter H. Bennett, Institutional Trade Instructor 1, South Woods State Prison, Department of Corrections, 10-working day suspension on the charge of neglect of duty.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Reverse the 10-working day suspension.

ACTION:     The Civil Service Commission affirmed the recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

*A motion was made and seconded that the open session be recessed at the conclusion of all other agenda matters, and that, pursuant to Section 12(b) of the Open Public Meetings Act, the Civil Service Commission entered into Executive Session for the purpose of viewing video tapes of incidents which showed residents and inmates at State facilities involving the matters of A-3 Nathaniel Parker and B-33 Alonzo Cumberlander, since the matters would constitute unwarranted invasions of individual privacy. The Commission subsequently reconvened the public meeting.

A-3    NATHANIEL PARKER
         
Nathaniel Parker, Correction Lieutenant, Juvenile Justice, Juvenile Justice Commission, Department of Public Safety, 108-day suspension, on charges of conduct unbecoming a public employee, other sufficient cause, inappropriate physical contact or mistreatment of a resident and violation of a rule, regulation or procedure.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Reverse the 108-day suspension.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission affirmed the recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.
VOTE:         Hope L. Cooper                      (Yes)
                   Margaret E. L. Howard                   (Abstained)
Flavella Branham                  (Yes)
John Currie                             (Yes)

A-4      JOSEPH PIZZI

Joseph Pizzi, Fire Fighter, Township of Belleville, Fire Department, eight-day suspension on charges of insubordination, inappropriate conduct toward superior, and criticism of official acts or orders.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Enforce and acknowledge the settlement.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission affirmed the recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

A-5    ALEXANDER ROSARIO

Alexander Rosario, County Correction Officer, Hudson County, Department of Corrections, 10-day suspension on charges of incompetency, conduct unbecoming a public employee and neglect of duty.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Reverse the 10-day suspension.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission modified the recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge to a five-day suspension.

A-6    EUGENE COLLINS (CONSOLIDATION)

Eugene Collins, Police Officer, City of Newark, Police Department, removal effective February 8, 2008, on charges of conduct unbecoming a public employee, neglect of duty, and violation of Police Department rules regarding compromising arrangements, loyalty, report of crime, knowledge of crime, bound by duty and efficiency and cooperation and removal effective February 8, 2008, on charges of inability to perform duties and violation of Police Department rules regarding mental and physical capability.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Modify one removal to a six-month suspension and reverse one removal.

ACTION:     The Civil Service Commission modified the recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge to uphold one removal and reverse one removal.

A-7    GREGORY WADE

Gregory Wade, County Correction Officer, Camden County, Department of Corrections, two removals effective October 3, 2007, on charges of conduct unbecoming a public employee, neglect of duty, and violation of Department rules regarding conduct, departmental reports, use of force, courtesy and civil rights.

Recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge - Uphold the removals.

ACTION:     The Civil Service Commission affirmed the recommendation of the Administrative Law Judge.

SECTION B - MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS

B-1    RICKY BURGMAN

Ricky Burgman appeals his rejection as a Correction Officer Recruit candidate by the Department of Corrections and its request to remove his name from the eligible list for Correction Officer Recruit (S9999H) on the basis of psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties of the position.

ACTION:     The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-2    BRUCE GILMER

Bruce Gilmer appeals his rejection as a Police Officer candidate by Phillipsburg and its request to remove his name from the eligible list for Police Officer (S9999H) on the basis of psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties of the position.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this matter be referred for an independent psychological evaluation.

B-3    RONALD E. MANNING, JR.

Ronald E. Manning, Jr. appeals his rejection as Fire Fighter candidate by Elizabeth and its request to remove his name from the eligible list for Fire Fighter (M2275E) on the basis of psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties of the position.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-4    HECTOR MELENDEZ, JR.

Hector Melendez, Jr., represented by Thomas LoBue, Esq., appeals his rejection as a Fire Fighter candidate by Hoboken and its request to remove his name from the eligible list for Fire Fighter (M2285E) on the basis of psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties of the position.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-5    MICHAEL P. PETERS

Michael P. Peters appeals his rejection as a Police Officer candidate by Atlantic City and its request to remove his name from the eligible list for Police Officer (S9999H) on the basis of psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties of the position.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-6    JUAN TORRES

Juan Torres appeals his rejection as a Fire Fighter candidate by Camden City and its request to remove his name from the eligible list for Fire Fighter (M2271E) on the basis of psychological unfitness to perform effectively the duties of the position.

ACTION:     The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-7    VICTORIA BULLOCK

Victoria Bullock, a Senior Human Services Technician with Ancora Psychiatric Hospital, Department of Human Services, appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-8    GLENN FOSTER

Glenn Foster, a Senior Correction Officer with East Jersey State Prison, Department of Corrections, represented by Henry J. Cistrelli, Esq., appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-9    MADELINE GIBSON

Madeline Gibson, a Senior Right of Way Negotiator with the Department of Transportation, appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-10   JON HEWKO

Jon Hewko, an Unemployment Insurance Technician 1 with the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted in part.

B-11   HAROLD SABO

Harold Sabo, a Teacher 2 (12 Months) with the Juvenile Justice Commission, Department of Law and Public Safety, appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted in part.

B-12   MICHELLE STALTER

Michelle Stalter, a Family Service Specialist 2 with the Division of Youth and Family Services, Department of Children and Families, appeals the denial of sick leave injury (SLI) benefits.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-13   SHAYTIKA BRYANT

Shaytika Bryant appeals the decision of the former Division of State Human Resource Management, which found that the appointing authority had presented a sufficient basis to remove the appellant's name from the Correction Officer Recruit (S9999H), Department of Corrections eligible list, on the basis of falsification of her employment application.

ACTION:     The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-14   ALEXIS T. MILLER

Alexis T. Miller appeals the decision of the former Division of State Human Resource Management, which found that the appointing authority had presented a sufficient basis to remove the appellant's name from the Probation Officer (S0508H), Judiciary, Union County Vicinage eligible list on the basis of an unsatisfactory background report.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-15   BRIAN TAKACH

Brian Takach appeals the decision of the Division of Local Human Resource Management, which found that the appointing authority had presented a sufficient basis to remove the appellant's name from the Police Officer (S9999H), Fair Lawn eligible list, on the basis of making false statements of material facts.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-16   ASSISTANT PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER (C1915J), PASSAIC COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

The Passaic County Sheriff's Department requests permission not to make an appointment from the November 26, 2007 certification for Assistant Public Information Officer (C1915J).

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission granted the request for an appointment waiver but assessed selection costs in the amount of $2,048.
VOTE:         Hope L. Cooper                                (Yes)
                   Margaret E. L. Howard                             (Yes)
Flavella Branham                           (Yes)
John Currie                                     (Abstained)

B-17   DATA PROCESSING TECHNICIAN (SPECIAL RE-EMPLOYMENT LIST), NEWARK

The former Division of Local Human Resource Management requests that Newark be ordered to return the May 27, 2008 certification for Data Processing Technician (Special Re-employment List) for proper disposition.

ACTION:     The Civil Service Commission ordered the appointing authority to properly dispose of the certification and pay compliance costs in the amount of $500.

B-18   LOAN ADVISOR (M1466H), NEWARK

The Division of Local Human Resource Management requests that Newark be ordered to return the May 14, 2008 certification for Loan Advisor (M1466H) for proper disposition.

ACTION:     The Civil Service Commission ordered the appointing authority to properly dispose of the certification, remove the provisional appointee and pay compliance costs in the amount of $500.

B-19   PAYROLL CLERK (M1802J), JERSEY CITY

Jersey City requests permission not to make an appointment from the February 25, 2008 certification for Payroll Clerk (M1802J).

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission granted the request for an appointment waiver but assessed selection costs in the amount of $2,048.

B-20   PRINCIPAL CLERK TYPIST (M1869K), MILLBURN TOWNSHIP

Millburn Township requests permission not to make an appointment from the June 30, 2008 certification for Principal Clerk Typist (M1869K).

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission granted the request for an appointment waiver but assessed selection costs in the amount of $2,048.

B-21   JOANNE RHODES

Joanne Rhodes, a Supervisor 2, Motor Vehicles with the Motor Vehicle Commission, appeals the determination of the Chief of Staff, which found that the appellant failed to support a finding that she had been subjected to a violation of the New Jersey State Policy Prohibiting Discrimination in the Workplace.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-22   CHRISTOPHER M. CARTY AND THE ESTATE OF ROBERT ROEDER

Christopher M. Carty, a former County Correction Officer with Atlantic County, and the Estate of Robert Roeder, represented by Keith Waldman, Esq., appeal Mr. Carty's and Mr. Roeder's resignations in good standing.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission referred the matter of Christopher M. Carty to the Office of Administrative Law for a hearing and dismissed the appeal of the Estate of Robert Roeder as moot.

B-23   EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN LAYOFF, CITY OF PERTH AMBOY

The Professional Firefighters Association of New Jersey and the Perth Amboy Fire Department Professional Emergency Medical Technicians International Association of Firefighters, Local 3994, represented by Raymond G. Heineman, Jr., Esq., requests relief from the Civil Service Commission regarding the June 30, 2009 layoff of Emergency Medical Technicians with the City of Perth Amboy.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission denied the request for relief but granted a hearing with regard to the good faith of the layoff.

B-24   ZACHARIAH DAIS AND VINCENT RANSOM

Zachariah Dais, a former Relocation Officer, and Vincent Ransom, a former Relocation Assistant, with the City of Newark's Department of Economic and Housing Development, represented by Clayton Giles, Esq. appeal the determinations of their layoff rights by the Division of Local Human Resource Management.

ACTION:     The Civil Service Commission directed that the appeal of Zachariah Dais be granted in part and directed that the appeal of Vincent Ransom be denied.

B-25   JOHN LEWIS AND JOHN SHULTZ

John Lewis and John Shultz, former County Correction Officers with Monmouth County, represented by Robert A. Fagella, Esq., petition the Civil Service Commission for relief regarding their layoffs effective May 1, 2009.

ACTION:     The Civil Service Commission denied the requests.

B-26   JUAN RAMOS

Atlantic County requests a retroactive permanent appointment date for Juan Ramos as a County Correction Sergeant.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission granted the request.

B-27   ROSEMARY LAPP

Rosemary Lapp, Senior Correction Officer, appeals an official written reprimand issued by the Department of Corrections.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-28   KEVIN LOPINA

Kevin Lopina, Senior Correction Officer, represented by Jerry Verdier, PBA Local 105, appeals an official written reprimand issued by the Department of Corrections.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-29   ROBERT HARRIS

Robert Harris appeals the decision of the Division of State Human Resource Management which found that his position is properly classified as Technical Assistant 3.  He seeks a Technical Assistant 2, Treasury job classification in this proceeding.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-30   KEISHA HENDERSON

Keisha Henderson, represented by Gregory R. Preston, Esq., petitions the Civil Service Commission for enforcement of the decision in In the Matter of Keisha Henderson (MSB, decided May 8, 2008), in which Henderson's removal was reversed and her immediate reinstatement with appropriate back pay, benefits and seniority was ordered.  Additionally, Essex County, represented by Steven J. Augustin, Assistant County Counsel, requests that the prior decision be stayed.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission granted the request for enforcement but denied the request for a stay.

B-31   TREVOR WEIGLE

Trevor Weigle appeals his initial appointment as an unclassified Municipal Department Head, Bloomfield Township Board of Health.  The appellant seeks a retroactive appointment date to the competitive title

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-32   KEARY ALLEN

Keary Allen, a Police Officer with the City of Newark, represented by Eric Winston, Esq., petitions for reconsideration of the final decision rendered on May 7, 2008, which upheld his two removals, effective December 6, 2004.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission denied the request for reconsideration.

*B-33 ALONZO CUMBERLANDER

The Department of Corrections, represented by Sarah B. Campbell, Deputy Attorney General, petitions the Civil Service Commission (Commission) for reconsideration of the Commission decision rendered on January 14, 2009, which reversed the removal of Alonzo Cumberlander, a Senior Correction Officer with Northern State Prison, Department of Corrections.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission granted the request for reconsideration but affirmed its prior decision reversing the removal.

B-34   RALPH CHIMENTO

Ralph Chimento petitions the Civil Service Commission for reconsideration of the decision rendered on June 11, 2008, in which his request for admittance to the examination for Fire Lieutenant (PM2631J), Belleville, was denied.

ACTION:     The Civil Service Commission denied the request for reconsideration.

B-35   JOSEPH GAINES

Joseph Gaines, an Assistant Supervisor of Motor Pool with Trenton, represented by Bruce Darvas, Esq., petitions for reconsideration of the final decision rendered on December 17, 2008, which upheld his removal, effective February 9, 2005.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission denied the request for reconsideration.

B-36   SHEILA TOLOR

Sheila Tolor, a former Communications Officer with Newark, represented by Leon Grauer, Esq., petitions the Civil Service Commission for reconsideration of the final administrative decision, rendered on June 20, 2008, in which the Director of the Division of Merit System Practices and Labor Relations denied her request for a hearing with respect to her removal from employment.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission denied the request for reconsideration.

B-37   BENJAMIN RICHARDSON

The appeal of Benjamin Richardson, a Laborer with Newark, of his removal effective January 26, 2007, on charges was heard by Administrative Law Judge Maria Mancini LaFiandra (ALJ), who rendered her initial decision on May 21, 2009.  At its meeting on June 24, 2009, the Civil Service Commission found it necessary to address the exceptions and cross-exceptions filed by the parties.  The proposed final decision is now submitted for the Commission's review.

ACTION:     The Civil Service Commission adopted the final decision.
VOTE:         Hope L. Cooper                                (Yes)
                   Margaret E. L. Howard                             (Yes)
Flavella Branham                           (Abstained)
John Currie                                     (Yes)

B-38   QURAN SANTANA

The appeal of Quran Santana, a Human Services Assistant with Ancora Psychiatric Hospital, Department of Human Services, of his removal effective October 15, 2007, on charges, was heard by Administrative Law Judge Edward J. Delanoy, Jr. (ALJ), who rendered his initial decision on June 15, 2009.   At its meeting on June 24, 2009, the Civil Service Commission (Commission) adopted the ALJ's recommendation to uphold the removal.  The proposed final decision is now submitted for the Commission's review.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission adopted the final decision.
VOTE:         Hope L. Cooper                                (Yes)
                   Margaret E. L. Howard                             (Yes)
Flavella Branham                           (Abstained)
John Currie                                     (Yes)

B-39   ALICE BEST AND JEAN STEFANI

Alice Best and Jean Stefani appeal the determinations of the Division of Selection Services which found that they did not meet the experience requirements, per the substitution clause for education, for the promotional examination for Principal Personnel Technician (PM1286K), Newark School District.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that these appeals be denied.

B-40   DIONNE BOLDEN

Willingboro Township, on behalf of Dionne Bolden, appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that she was below the minimum requirements in experience for the qualifying examination for Crime Prevention Aide, Typing.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-41   CHRISTOPHER CAVALLO, ET AL.

Christopher Cavallo (PM2607J), Newark; Jeffrey Lehbrink (PM2592J), Hoboken; and Lino Rosario (PM2615J), Trenton; appeal the determinations of the Division of Selection Services which found them ineligible for the promotional examination for Police Sergeant due to untimely applications.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that these appeals be denied.

B-42   ALTHEA CURRY

Althea Curry appeals her disqualification from the promotional examination for Administrative Analyst 2 (PS6491R), Board of Public Utilities.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-43   DENNIS DZIESIUTA, ET AL.

Dennis Dziesiuta, Ronald Leszcynski, Ronald Luccarelli, and Michelle Mann appeal the determinations of the Division of Selection Services which found that, per the substitution clause for education, Messrs. Dziesiuta and Luccarelli did not meet the minimum experience requirements, and that Mr. Leszcynski and Ms. Mann did not meet the minimum experience requirements for the promotional examination for Supervisor Information Technology (PS6403U), Office of Information Technology.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that these appeals be denied.

B-44   KIMBERLY HOLLINGSWORTH

Kimberly Hollingsworth appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that she did not meet the education and experience requirements for the promotional examination for Staff Clinical Psychologist 2 (PS9399K), Woodbine Developmental Center.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-45   THOMAS KACHNOWSKI

Thomas Kachnowski appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that he did not meet the experience requirements for the Coordinator of Volunteers (C0255K), Hunterdon County open competitive examination.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-46   JOSEPH KLINKO

Joseph Klinko appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that per the substitution clause for education, he did not meet the experience requirements for the promotional examination for Library Technician (PS1507P), Department of Law and Public Safety.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-47   JOHN KRANZ

John Kranz appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that he was below the minimum requirements in education for the promotional examination for Assistant Superintendent Mosquito Extermination (PC1640K), Middlesex County.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-48   CRESCINIA LEGASPI

Crescinia Legaspi appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that, per the substitution clause for education, she did not meet the requirements for the promotional examination for Head Cook.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-49   DARRIN MALONE

Darrin Malone appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services, which found that he did not meet the experience requirements for the promotional examination for Quality Assurance Technician (PS5872K), Department of Human Services.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-50   PATRICA MANCUSO

Patricia Mancuso appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that she was below the minimum requirements in experience for the qualifying examination for Secretarial Assistant 3 (Non-Stenographic), Department of Law and Public Safety.

ACTION:     The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-51   WILHEMINA MARTIN

Wilhemina Martin appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services that she did not meet the experience requirements for the promotional examination for Nursing Administrator, Psychiatric Services (PS8984K), Ancora Psychiatric Hospital, Department of Human Services.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that the eligible list for Nursing Administrator, Psychiatric Services (PS0720K), Ancora Psychiatric Hospital be revived in order to effectuate the permanent appointment of Wilhemina Martin, effective February 4, 2006.

B-52   WILLIAM J. MORGAN

William J. Morgan appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that he did not meet the requirements for the open-competitive examination for Mechanical Equipment Specialist (S0086L).

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-53   MAHABALESCHWAR P. NAIK

Mahabaleschwar P. Naik appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that, per the substitution clause for education, he did not meet the requirements for the promotional examination for Technical Support Specialist 2, OIT (PS6041U), Office of Information Technology.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-54   BRIAN NAULTY

Brian Naulty appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that, per the substitution clause for education, he did not meet the experience requirements for the Coordinator of Volunteers (M0130L), Mount Laurel, open competitive examination.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-55   MARIANNE O'CONNOR

Marianne O'Coonor appeals the decision of the Division of Selection Services which found that she did not meet the experience requirements for the promotional examination for Supervising Payroll Clerk (PC0305K), Bergen County.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-56   MICHAEL QUINN

On behalf of Michael Quinn, the appointing authority appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that, per the substitution clause for education, he did not meet the experience requirements for the promotional examination for Management Information Systems Coordinator (PC1494K), Camden County.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-57   ALECIA REEVES

Alecia Reeves appeals the decision of the Division of Selection Services which found that, per the substitution clause for education, she did not meet the experience requirements for the promotional examination for Social Work Supervisor (PC1620K), Cape May County.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-58   EUGENE J. SALVATORE, JR.

Eugene J. Salvatore, Jr. appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that, per the substitution clause for education, he did not meet the requirements for the promotional examination for Technical Support Specialist 2, OIT (PS6041U), Office of Information Technology.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-59   GERALDINE SPERLING

Geraldine Sperling appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that she was below the minimum requirements in education for the open competitive examination for Senior Chemist Water Analysis (M0104L), Passaic Valley Water Commission.

ACTION:     The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be denied.

B-60   PATRICIA WOLF

Patricia Wolf appeals the determination of the Division of Selection Services which found that she did not meet the minimum experience requirements for the promotional examination for Administrative Clerk (PM1543K), South Orange.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission directed that this appeal be granted.

B-61   DENNIS CORRY

The Division of Selection Services, on behalf of the Department of the Treasury, requests that the provisions of N.J.A.C. 4A:4-1.1(c) be relaxed in order to allow Dennis Corry to be provisionally appointed, pending promotional examination procedures, to the competitive title of Data Base Analyst 1.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission granted the request.

B-62   DARKESIA GUNTER AND SUSAN ROBINSON

Essex County, on behalf of Darkesia Gunter and Susan Robinson, requests that they be permitted to participate in the intergovernmental transfer program and to complete the remainder of their working test periods as Juvenile Detention Officers with Essex County.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission granted the request.

B-63   CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION MINUTES

The minutes of the Civil Service Commission meeting of June 24, 2009 are submitted for adoption.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission adopted the minutes of its meeting of June 24, 2009.
VOTE:         Hope L. Cooper                                (Yes)
                   Margaret E. L. Howard                             (Yes)
Flavella Branham                           (Abstained)
John Currie                                     (Yes)

B-64   EARLY SETTLEMENT

          Sonja Felder
            Adult Diagnostic and Treatment Center
            Department of Corrections
            Suspension
           
            ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission acknowledged the settlement.

B-65   SCOTT GURLIACCIO

Morris County, on behalf of Scott Gurliaccio, requests that he be permitted to participate in the intergovernmental transfer program and to complete the remainder of his working test period as a Juvenile Detention Officer with Morris County.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission granted the request.

B-66   WILLIAM BRENNAN

The Department of the Treasury, on behalf of William Brennan, requests the relaxation of the provisions of N.J.A.C. 4A:6-1.22 so as to permit him to donate more than 10 sick days to Joanne Pascucci, who is participating in the donated leave program.  

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission granted the request.

B-67   ANTHONY HUNT, SR. AND TARA HUNT

The Department of the Transportation, on behalf of Anthony Hunt, Sr., requests the relaxation of the provisions of N.J.A.C. 4A:6-1.22 so as to allow him to donate more than 10 days to Tara Hunt, who is participating in the donated leave program.  Further, the Department of Human Services, on behalf of Tara Hunt, requests that she be permitted to receive more than the 180 donated leave days allowed to a recipient.

ACTION:      The Civil Service Commission granted the requests.

There being no further business before the Civil Service Commission, the meeting was adjourned to convene on Wednesday, July 22, 2009, at 10:00 a.m., at 3 Station Plaza, Trenton, New Jersey.
                                                                            
                                                                   __________________________________
                                                                   Hope L. Cooper
                                                                   Chairperson
                                                                   Civil Service Commission

 

 
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