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Introduced Version House Resolution 5 History

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HOUSE RESOLUTION 5

(By Mr. Speaker, Mr. Thompson)

[Introduced January 14, 2009.]


"Authorizing the appointment of employees for this, the First Regular Session of the Seventy-Ninth Legislature, two thousand nine".

Resolved by the House of Delegates:
That the Speaker of the House of Delegates be, and he is hereby, authorized to appoint employees to perform technical, clerical, stenographic, custodial and other services for this session of the Legislature to receive the per diems and salaries as herein provided, as follows:
(1) For per diem employees, the following rates:
One Receptionist to the Speaker and Stenographer to the Speaker Pro Tempore at one hundred forty dollars per diem;
One Receptionist/Stenographer to the Majority Leader's Office at one hundred ten dollars per diem;
One Legislative Assistant to the Majority Leader's Office at seventy-five dollars per diem;
One Assistant to the Speaker at three hundred five dollars per diem;
One Receptionist to the Committee on the Judiciary at one hundred dollars per diem;
One Receptionist to the Committee on the Judiciary at seventy dollars per diem;
One Clerk to the Committee on the Judiciary at seventy dollars per diem;
Two Clerks to the Committee on the Judiciary at sixty dollars each per diem;
One Attorney to the Committee on the Judiciary at two hundred twenty-five dollars per diem;
Two Attorneys to the Committee on the Judiciary at one hundred eighty-five dollars each per diem;
One Attorney to Finance at three hundred dollars per diem;
One Committee Assistant to the Committee on Finance at eighty-five dollars per diem;
One Paralegal/Committee Clerk to the Committee on Finance at one hundred twenty dollars per diem;
One Paralegal to the Committee on Finance at ninety-five dollars per diem;
One Assistant Clerk to the Committee on Finance at one hundred dollars per diem;
One Messenger to the Committee on Education at sixty-five dollars per diem;
One Committee Clerk to the Committee on Education at one hundred twenty-five dollars per diem;
One Office Assistant to the Committee on Education at sixty-five dollars per diem;
One Administrative Assistant to the Committee on Government Organization at one hundred eighteen dollars per diem;
One Committee Clerk to the Committee on Government Organization at seventy-five dollars per diem;
One Legislative Analyst to the Committee on Health and Human Resources at one hundred twenty-five dollars per diem;
One Attorney to the Minor Committees at one hundred eighty-five dollars per diem;
One Committee Clerk to the Minor Committees at seventy dollars per diem;
One Committee Clerk to the Minor Committees at sixty-five dollars per diem;
One Legislative Assistant to the Minor Committees at sixty dollars per diem;
Three Legislative Assistants to the Minor Committees at seventy dollars each per diem;
One Secretary to the Minor Committees at seventy dollars per diem;
One Supervisor to the East Wing at one hundred three dollars per diem;
One Messenger at sixty-seven dollars per diem;
One Messenger at sixty-five dollars per diem;
One Messenger at fifty-five dollars per diem;

One Supervisor to the Journal Room at one hundred ten dollars per diem;
One Clerk to the Journal Room at sixty-eight dollars per diem;
Three Clerks to the Journal Room at sixty-seven dollars each per diem;
Two Clerks to the Journal Room at sixty dollars per diem;
One Clerk to the Journal Room at fifty-five dollars per diem;
One Doorkeeper at one hundred seventy dollars per diem;
One Assistant Doorkeeper at sixty-three dollars per diem;
One Assistant Doorkeeper at fifty-five dollars per diem;
One Assistant Doorkeeper at sixty-six dollars per diem;
Two Assistant Doorkeepers at seventy-three dollars each per diem;
One Assistant Doorkeeper at sixty dollars per diem;
One Assistant Doorkeeper at sixty-eight dollars per diem;
One Sergeant-At-Arms at one hundred seventy-two dollars per diem;
One Assistant Sergeant-At-Arms at eighty dollars per diem;
One Assistant Sergeant-At-Arms at seventy-one dollars per diem;
One Assistant Sergeant-At-Arms at sixty dollars per diem;
One Assistant Sergeant-At-Arms at fifty-five dollars per diem;
One Stenographer to the Doorkeeper and Sergeant-At-Arms at seventy-three dollars per diem;
One Head Page at seventy dollars per diem;
Two Maintenance Staff at sixty-five dollars each per diem;
Two Attorneys to the Minority Leader at one hundred sixty-five dollars each per diem;
One Stenographer to the Minority Leader at seventy-five dollars per diem;
Two Stenographers to the Minority Leader at sixty-five dollars each per diem;
One Stenographer to the Minority Leader at seventy dollars each per diem;
One Messenger to the Minority Leader at fifty-five dollars per diem;
One Receptionist to the Clerk's Office at one hundred thirty-eight dollars per diem;
One Office Assistant to the Clerk's Office at sixty-five dollars per diem.
(2) For salaried full-time employees, the following employees at the following rates, in addition to and exclusive of any experience increment or pay in lieu of an experience increment as may be payable under Section 2, Article 5, Chapter 5 of the Code of West Virginia of 1931, as amended:
One Chief Clerk/Parliamentarian at seven thousand five hundred thirty-two dollars and sixty cents per month;
One Assistant Clerk at four thousand four hundred ninety dollars and ninety-two cents per month;
One Assistant Clerk at four thousand two hundred seventy-three dollars and six cents per month;
One Document Clerk at two thousand eight hundred thirty-two dollars and fifty cents per month;
One Document Clerk at two thousand five hundred seventy-five dollars per month;
One Journal Clerk at two thousand five hundred seventy-five dollars per month;
One Secretary at two thousand six hundred seventeen dollars and ninety-two cents per month;
One Technical Assistant at four thousand seven hundred ninety-six dollars and twenty-two cents per month;
One Technical Assistant at three thousand seven hundred sixty-two dollars and forty-six cents per month;
One Fiscal Officer at five thousand thirty-five dollars and thirty cents per month;
One Assistant Fiscal Officer at three thousand three hundred fifty-seven dollars and eighteen cents per month;
One Purchasing Agent at three thousand two hundred forty-six dollars and forty-eight cents per month;
One Mail Clerk at two thousand seven hundred fifty-four dollars and forty-six cents per month;
One General Counsel to the Speaker at seven thousand four hundred twenty-four dollars and sixty cents per month;
One Executive Assistant to the Speaker at three thousand six hundred fifty-three dollars and sixty cents per month;
One Communications Director to the House at five thousand nine hundred ninety-one dollars and twelve cents per month;
One Assistant to the Majority Leader at three thousand nine hundred five dollars and forty- four cents per month;
One Assistant to the Majority Whip Office at two thousand eight hundred sixty-four dollars and twenty-four cents per month;
One Office Assistant at one thousand six hundred fifty-four dollars and seventy-four cents per month;
One Maintenance Staff at two thousand eight hundred three dollars and forty-two cents per month;
Two Maintenance Staff at two thousand three hundred fifty-two dollars and sixty-four cents each per month;
One Maintenance Staff at one thousand eight hundred seventy-seven dollars and thirty cents per month;
One Chief Counsel to the Committee on Education at seven thousand one hundred thirty-two dollars and seventy-six cents per month;
One Legislative Assistant to the Committee on Education at three thousand one hundred seventy-five dollars and fifty-two cents per month;
One Legislative Analyst to the Committee on Education at two thousand eight hundred thirty- eight dollars per month;
One Policy Analyst to the Committee on Education at six thousand four hundred sixty-one dollars and thirty-two cents per month;
One Chief Counsel to the Committee on Finance at seven thousand eight hundred seventeen dollars and fifty-six cents per month;
One Staff Counsel to the Committee on Finance at five thousand one hundred fifty dollars per month;
One Policy Analyst to the Committee on Finance at five thousand six hundred sixty dollars and sixty-four cents per month;
One Budget Analyst to the Committee on Finance at four thousand one hundred thirty-one dollars and fifty-eight cents per month;
One Budget Analyst to the Committee on Finance at three thousand two hundred ten dollars and forty-six cents per month;
One Committee Clerk to the Committee on Finance at three thousand eight hundred twenty- four dollars month;
One Administrative Assistant to the Committee on Finance at two thousand nine hundred ninety-nine dollars and eighty-two cents per month;
One Chief Counsel to the Committee on the Judiciary at seven thousand six hundred twenty- three dollars and seventy-two cents per month;
One Staff Council to the Committee on the Judiciary at five thousand eight hundred seventy- nine dollars and sixty cents per month;
One Administrative Assistant to the Committee on the Judiciary at three thousand six hundred five dollars per month;
One Research Analyst to the Committee on the Judiciary at three thousand six hundred fifty- two dollars and twenty cents per month;
One Chief Counsel to the Committee on Government Organization at seven thousand one hundred and sixty-three dollars and seventy cents per month;
One Attorney to the Committee on Government Organization at five thousand four hundred thirty-three dollars and twenty-six cents per month;
One Legislative Assistant to the Committee on Government Organization at three thousand seventy-seven dollars and sixty-two cents per month;
One Chief Counsel to the Committee on Health and Human Resources at seven thousand two hundred sixty-three dollars and fifty-eight cents per month;
One Research Analyst to the Committee on Health and Human Resources at three thousand two hundred seventy-two dollars and fifty cents per month;
One Administrative Assistant to the Committee on Health and Human Resources at two thousand four hundred three dollars and thirty-four cents per month;
One Staff Attorney to the Minor Committees at six thousand five hundred sixty-six dollars and twenty-six cents per month;
One Research Analyst to the Minor Committees at two thousand eight hundred seventy-five dollars and forty-two cents per month;
One Legislative Analyst to the Minor Committees at two thousand eight hundred eighty-two dollars and fifty cents per month;
One Legislative Analyst to the Minor Committees at two thousand five hundred seventy-five dollars per month;
One Legislative Assistant to the Minor Committees at two thousand nine hundred eighteen dollars and thirty-six cents per month;
One Legislative Assistant to the Minor Committees at two thousand nine hundred ninety-nine dollars and eighty-two cents per month;
One Legislative Assistant to the Minor Committees at two thousand four hundred three dollars and thirty-four cents;
One Executive Assistant to the Minority Leader at five thousand four hundred ninety-five dollars and twenty-eight cents per month;
One Assistant to the Minority Leader at two thousand seven hundred three dollars and seventy-six cents per month;
The Speaker is authorized to appoint or assign additional or present employees and to determine the rate of compensation therefor as he may deem necessary to expedite the work of the House of Delegates; and be it
Further Resolved, That, in accordance with Chapter 4, Article 2A of the code, the Clerk of the House is hereby authorized to draw his requisitions upon the Auditor for travel expenses and compensation of members of the House of Delegates; and, be it
Further Resolved, That all appointments made under authority of the foregoing provisions of this resolution shall be certified to the Auditor and Treasurer by the Clerk of the House, and the Clerk of the House of Delegates is hereby authorized to draw his requisitions upon the Auditor in favor of the persons so appointed and the Auditor shall honor and pay such requisitions when presented and charge same to the "per diem of officers and employees" fund or "contingent" fund of the House of Delegates. The Clerk shall draw his requisitions in favor of employees for consecutive days or months from the date of their employment at the per diem or salary herein set out until such time as their services shall cease. The Speaker may remove any employee and appoint another in his or her place, and he shall require each of said employees to perform such duties as shall be assigned him or her, and he is hereby given authority to dispense with the services of any employee or employees for any such time or number of days as their services shall not be needed during the session, and they shall not be paid for such time, nor shall other persons be appointed into their places for any such time as they may be suspended when not needed; and, be it
Further Resolved, That the Speaker is hereby authorized to assign employees to such positions and duties as he may deem proper to secure the most efficient and expeditious work during the Session of the Legislature; and be it
Further Resolved, That no person appointed under authority of this resolution and receiving pay hereunder shall concurrently receive compensation from any other department or agency of state government and no person who availed himself or herself of early retirement under the provisions of Senate Bill 10, First Extraordinary Session, 1988, may be appointed under the provisions of this resolution. Notwithstanding designation of positions or duties herein prescribed, any employee may be assigned additional duties by the person by whom appointed, and may be assigned to such positions and duties, as may be deemed proper to serve the most efficient and expeditious work; and, be it
Further Resolved, That following the session, the Speaker, with approval of the Rules Committee, is authorized until superceded by subsequent House Resolution, to remove or appoint any employee of the House, and establish such duties and compensation as is deemed appropriate for each employee; and, be it
Further Resolved, That any and all provisions of House Rule 9 in conflict with this resolution are hereby suspended.
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