This appeal involves a dispute regarding the interpretation of overtime pay provisions outlined in the Howard County General Pay Plan (“HCGPP”). Appellant, Lynda Neser (“Neser”) contends that she was deprived of compensation to which she was entitled under certain provisions of the HCGPP. Neser filed a grievance with the Howard County Personnel Office. A personnel officer denied Neser’s grievance. Neser then appealed the personnel officer’s decision to the appellees, the Howard County Personnel Board (“the Board”). The Board adopted the findings of the personnel officer and affirmed the denial of Neser’s grievance. Neser then filed a petition for judicial review in the Circuit Court for Howard County. The circuit court affirmed the
In your grievance filed at Lumley Unit, you claim that you previously refused to participate in the GED program because you had already obtained your high school diploma. You further assert that your refusal subjected you to loss of Phase and pay rate. Your resolution is for DO 903 to be revised and allow inmates to receive a pay increase after a previous program refusal.
In your grievance filed at Central Unit, you claim you were told by Ms. Newman that you would be moved to CB1 if you complied with the program at Kasson Unit and achieved step two. You are requesting to be moved to CB1 immediately.
In your grievance filed at the Huachuca Unit, you claim the Chaplain denied your request for a religious vegan diet. Your resolution is to approve your request for a religious diet.
In your grievance filed at Central Unit, you claim the exhaust fans at Kasson Unit do not work. You further assert that the broken fans are a fire hazard. Your resolution is to have Kasson Unit condemned until repairs can be made.
In your grievance filed at SMUI, you claim you have been issued a restricted diet (Wasting Syndrome) by medical. However, you are not receiving your diet. You want staff to comply with the diet order.
*When Dolly and Dan suggested staying on there regular shift 5:00 am. to 1:30 pm. during the summer instead of 7:00 am. to 3:30 pm. appeal denied
In your grievance filed at Cibola Unit, you claim you did not receive the January or February edition of the Prison Legal News Magazine, after you were transferred from Florence Complex. Your resolution is to receive the magazines.
Your grievance appeal has been reviewed at central office and the Warden's response is affirmed. Pursuant to Department Order 905.10, MEDICAL COSTS FOR INMATES CAUSED BY ASSAULTS
Due to my recent hectic schedule I am now able to response to your calls and emails to further explain the concerns per my voicemail message left on January 4, 2017. I have prepared an illustration involving complications formulated over 2yrs throughout events withheld by myself and 90% of Pretrial Jail Release night staff. The continuance of these situations has provided a high volume in the decrease of employment, accuracy in completion of work, and mental/physical illness. Therefore there is a dire request for resolutions. The following list has been present numerous times per (Marjoe Stevenson, Daphne Kimmons, Lana Greer, and Richard Harrell) protocol as established in the Employee’s Handbook in grievances with results of subjective disciplinary
In your grievance filed at Cook Unit, you claim your legal access to the resource library was denied due to the yard being locked down. Your resolution is to be provided a copy of Department Order 905.
In your grievance filed at SMUI, you claim your behavior has improved and you should be transferred to a lower custody yard. You further assert that you should be returned to the Illinois Department of Corrections to complete your sentence. Your resolution is to be transferred.
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