New York County Law
Sec. § 207
Vacations; Sick Leaves; Leaves of Absence


1.

Notwithstanding the provisions of any general law other than this chapter or of any special law to the contrary, the board of supervisors shall have power to fix and regulate the granting with or without pay of vacations, sick leaves and leaves of absence, to employees paid from county funds. The employing officer in any department, board or commission may grant to such employees vacations, sick leaves and leaves of absence under rules fixed by the board of supervisors.

2.

Vacations with pay shall not be for less than two weeks in each year for all employees who shall have been in the employ of the county at least one year. Leaves of absence shall not be in excess of one year.

3.

Nothing herein shall be deemed to affect, impair or supersede the provisions of section sixty-three of the public officers’ law, or sections one hundred seventy, two hundred forty-five or two hundred forty-six of the military law.
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Dec. 13, 2016