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    Question Hillsborough County Civil Service Act: Proposal to repeal?

    Quote Originally Posted by J. Grant
    Hillsborough County Civil Service Act; Repeals special act relating to the establishment of a fair, neutral, & impartial system for administering employee discipline; requires that agency or authority previously covered under act must provide fair, neutral, & impartial system for administering employee discipline of suspension, involuntary demotion, or dismissal & appeals of such discipline.
    • Currently, the Hillsborough County Civil Service Act is codified with exactitude that is statutorily binding.
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    • However, there is a proposal is to repeal it and replace it with a non-statutory, non-binding, "non-exactitude recommendation to be fair."

    What is going on?

    HB 1373 Source: https://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bil...1373/ByVersion

    PDF: https://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bil...illText/er/PDF

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    You people need to keep you mouth shut about this crappola. Nobody wants that civil service BS anymore.

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    Quietly sweeping it under the carpet?

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    You people need to keep your mouth shut about this crappola. Nobody wants that civil service BS anymore.
    Can executive management be trusted to look out for your welfare -- or just for their own welfare? LOL

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    Give me one example, when Civil Service has helped anyone at this office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Give me one example, when Civil Service has helped anyone at this office.
    Can you give one example when it did not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Can you give one example when it did not?
    Ahh never., they’ always sided with the office

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    Why should civil service protection be abolished? Seriously?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Ahh never., they’ always sided with the office
    That might have been under the old director, but the new one former County Commissioner Kevin Beckner didn’t pull any punches with the constitutionals and they were so upset with his board ruling against the county that they moved to abolish the whole system. You’re pretty much screwed now. It’s gonna be set up to make sure you don’t ever win and have no recourse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    That might have been under the old director, but the new one former County Commissioner Kevin Beckner didn’t pull any punches with the constitutionals and they were so upset with his board ruling against the county that they moved to abolish the whole system. You’re pretty much screwed now. It’s gonna be set up to make sure you don’t ever win and have no recourse.
    That is why there is a political push to abolish civil service protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    That is why there is a political push to abolish civil service protection.
    Abolishion of civil service protection was approved by the governor on 5.23.19.

    https://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bil...1373/ByVersion

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