AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 16-17, THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2016, BEGINNING JULY 1, 2016, AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2017, FOR CERTAIN POSITIONS OF THE CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT OF COLUMBUS, GEORGIA; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
THE COUNCIL OF COLUMBUS, GEORGIA HEREBY ORDAINS, AS FOLLOWS:
Ordinance No. 16-17 and the Position Classification Plan are hereby amended, effective December 31,2016, to add the following reclassifications:
Job Title: Zoning Technician to GIS Technician
Pay Grade/Salary: From G10 - $27,716.96 to G14A - $33,770.43
All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
Introduced at a regular meeting of the Council of Columbus, Georgia, held the 15
day of November, 2016; introduced a second time at a regular meeting of said Council held on the 6
day of December, 2016, and adopted at said meeting by the affirmative vote of ______ members of said Council.
Councilor Allen voting__________.
Councilor Baker voting__________.
Councilor Barnes voting_________.
Councilor Davis voting__________.
Councilor Garrett voting________.
Councilor Henderson voting______.
Councilor Huff voting___________.
Councilor Pugh voting___________.
Councilor Thomas voting_________.
Councilor Woodson voting________.
TINY B. WASHINGTON, CLERK TERESA PIKE TOMLINSON, MAYOR
Agenda Item #
Columbus Consolidated Government
November 15, 2016
Agenda Report #
TO: Mayor and Councilors
SUBJECT: Inspections & Codes Department - Reclassifications
INITIATED BY: John Hudgison, Inspections & Codes Director
Approve an ordinance reclassifying one position in the Inspections & Codes Department effective December 31, 2016.
The reclassification of the Zoning Technician Position to a GIS Technician is being driven by the Inspections and Codes Department receiving a grant from ESRI and Leica Geosystems that provides the department with new software and hardware.
The intent of the joint program is to supply governments with the tools to succeed as they implement progressive methods to streamline workflows. By providing technology, training, and technical support grants, ESRI and Leica Geosystems aim to inspire legislative bodies to devise transformational approaches to improving the efficiency of mobile fieldworkers.
As innovative ideas from the government community are brought forward for solving real-world problems, the best applications will be those of universal appeal and the ability to be shared between governments through an open exchange hub. The challenge's grant winners will be thought-leading governments that have plans in place to jump-start projects such as facility inspections, emergency reporting, asset inventory, environmental management and monitoring, efficient employee routing, code enforcement, population and housing enumeration, mosquito abatement, and/or sign inventory.
The reclassification of a Zoning Technician (G10A) to a GIS Technician G14A will be funded by salary savings of a retired employee and the existing salary savings from the unfilled Zoning Technician position.
There is no financial impact from the reclassifications.
Projected Annual Fiscal Impact Statement:
The reclassifications along with the salary savings result in no change to the budget.
An ordinance is required to reclassify a position.
Approve an ordinance reclassifying one positions in the Inspections & Codes Department effective December 31, 2016.