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A heterogeneous five-member bipartisan committee consisting of persons who have some understanding of personnel matters and who are not City employees but who are residents of the City of Middletown shall be appointed by the Mayor with the consent of the Common Council for a three-year term, to act as the Affirmative Action Monitoring Committee for the purpose of monitoring the City's efforts in affirmative action. Following are the five Committee Members:
- Pat Alston
- Rosa Brown, Chairperson
- Laurie Palmer
The Affirmative Action Monitoring Committee shall have the responsibility of advising the Mayor in all matters relating to the implementation and operation of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action in the City government and in the execution of this plan.
The Affirmative Action Officer will be responsible to the Committee for reviewing and analyzing the affirmative action program to detect any problem areas and recommend and assist in any corrective action to be taken in the resolution of these problems. The Affirmative Action Officer will review and analyze the timetables and goals to assure that the City is in compliance with the equal opportunity laws and report his/her findings, in writing, to the Affirmative Action Monitoring Committee, the Mayor and the Common Council.