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19-503. Deputy treasurers, duties; meetings and seminars; budget; limitation of personnel action. (a) The county treasurer may appoint a deputy, who, in the absence of the treasurer or in case of a vacancy in the office, due to any disability of the treasurer to perform the duties of the office, may perform all the duties of the office of treasurer until the vacancy is filled or the disability removed. In addition to the deputy, the county treasurer also may appoint, promote, demote and dismiss additional deputies and any assistants necessary to carry out the duties of the office. The county treasurer shall supervise all assistants in the performance of their duties. Within the limitations of the budget for the financing of the operation of the county treasurer's office as approved by the board of county commissioners, the county treasurer may attend and may require the deputies and any assistants to attend any meetings or seminars which the treasurer determines will be beneficial to the operation of the treasurer's office.

(b) The county treasurer shall submit a budget for the financing of the operation of the treasurer's office to the board of county commissioners for their approval.

(c) Any personnel action taken by the county treasurer under this section shall be subject to the following: (1) Personnel policies and procedures established by the board of county commissioners for all county employees other than elected officials; (2) any pay plan established by the board of county commissioners for all county employees other than elected officials; (3) any applicable collective bargaining agreements or civil service system; and (4) the budget for the financing of the operation of the treasurer's office as approved by the board of county commissioners.

History: G.S. 1868, ch. 25, § 63; R.S. 1923, 19-503; L. 1983, ch. 91, § 4; July 1.

Cross References to Related Sections:

Oath of deputy, see 19-2604.

Attorney General's Opinions:

General provisions; home rule powers. 79-113.

Home rule powers. 80-88.

Board of county commissioners; anti-nepotism resolution affecting individual currently employed. 81-140.

County commissioners' authority over employment of assistants by county treasurer. 89-131.

Delinquent tax collection; poverty affidavit limiting issuance or execution of tax warrant. 91-34.

County attorney's assistants and employees; participation in KAPE. 93-59.

Authority of board of county commissioners over employees of various county departments. 93-64.

County nonelected employee required to take unpaid leave of absence while a candidate running for elected county office. 96-9.

Authority of county elected officials to pay bonuses to their employees is subject to any county-wide pay plan adopted by the board of county commissioners. 2013-3.

County commissioners have no legal authority to subject county elected officials to personnel policies requiring random drug testing. 2016-16.

County commissioners do not have authority to supersede another elected county official's power to appoint, promote, demote or dismiss such official's personnel. 2017-7.


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