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Meridian Township manager agreement

Meridian Township manager agreement

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Published by LansingStateJournal
Contract with Meridian Township's next manager Frank Walsh. Full story at lsj.com.
Contract with Meridian Township's next manager Frank Walsh. Full story at lsj.com.

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EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT
This AGREEMENT made on the date affixed by the parties below, between theCHARTER TOWNSHIP OF MERIDIAN, County of Ingham, State of Michigan (hereinafter referred to as the "Employer"), and Frank L. Walsh (hereinafter referred to as the "TownshipManager").RECITALSWHEREAS, the Township Board has appointed Frank L. Walsh as Township Manager of the Charter Township of Meridian; andWHEREAS, it is the desire of the Township Board to provide certain benefits, establishcertain conditions of employment, and to set working conditions for the Township Manager; andWHEREAS, the Township Manager desires to accept the appointment as TownshipManager under the provisions as set forth herein.IT IS AGREED as follows:1. Appointment and Duties. The Employer hereby agrees to appoint Frank L.Walsh as Township Manager of the Charter Township of Meridian to perform the functions andduties specified in paragraphs (a) through (o) inclusive of Section 10 of the Charter Townships Act (MCL 42.10; MSA 5.46[10]), and to perform such other legally permissible and proper dutiesand functions as the Township Board shall from time to time assign. The Township Boardreserves the unilateral right to add to, amend, modify, or withdraw any and all of the delegatedand assigned functions and duties. The Township Manager accepts such appointment on theterms and conditions of this Agreement.2. Term. The original term of this Agreement will begin on May 8, 2013 and end onMay 7, 2015. The term of a Successor Agreement shall begin May 8, 2015, through May 7,2016.On or about the first Tuesday of March of each year, the Employer or its authorizedrepresentative(s) shall meet with the Township Manager, and the parties shall review such
 
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information as they deem relevant. The Employer may extend this Agreement for a successor year with any modifications to which the parties mutually agree.Failure to renew or extend this Agreement or any successor Agreement shall obligatethe Employer to pay to the Township Manager a Severance Settlement as specified and definedin Section 7 of this Agreement, but shall give the Township Manager no other right or claim.Failure to renew or extend this or any successor Agreement shall not be considered a breachhereof or a termination with or without cause, nor give rise to any cause of action which may bearbitrated under the terms of this Agreement or adjudicated in any court of law, tribunal or administrative agency.3. Extent of Services. A. Best Efforts. Except as provided in Section 3.B., the Township Manager shall devote his entire time, attention, and energies to the Employer's business and shallnot, during the term of this Agreement, be engaged in any other employment or businessactivity, whether or not pursued for gain, profit, or pecuniary advantage, without theexpress prior written consent of the Township Board. The Township Manager also shallnot engage in any activity which conflicts or interferes with the performance of his dutiesas specified in this Agreement and as directed by the Employer or any of its agents asdescribed in Section 1 above.B. Other Activities. The Township Manager may, with prior written consentof the Township Board, teach, write or engage in similar or related activities which do notinterfere with, but rather enhance, the Township Manager's performance of the dutiesand functions required under this Agreement.4. Salary. The Employer shall pay the Township Manager for all services renderedpursuant to this Agreement calculated at an annual rate of $107,481.66. In 2013 the TownshipManager shall be paid a salary that is a prorated portion of the annual salary, which is$70,078.04 for the period from May 8, 2013 through December 31, 2013. The Township
 
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Manager's salary shall be payable in installments at the same time and in the same manner asother employees of the Township are paid.5. Benefits. The Employer shall provide the Township Manager with the followingbenefits: A. Pension. The Township Manager shall be included in the TownshipEmployee
s Pension Plan ("Plan") ICMA-RC Money Purchase Plan pursuant to theterms of the Plan.B. Deferred Compensation. The Employer shall provide the TownshipManager a mutually agreeable mechanism for deferred compensation, such as theInternational City Management Association-Retirement Corporation ("ICMA-RC"), for theTownship Manager's participation. In addition to the Township Manager's salary, theEmployer shall make an annual contribution of Five Hundred Dollars ($500) annually tothe Township Manager's account.C. Automobile. The Employer will provide the Township Manager anautomobile equipped with a two-way radio or other communication device for theTownship Manager's unlimited use for official purposes and unlimited use for personalpurposes. The personal use shall be reported as required by IRS regulations and theTownship Manager shall pay any required taxes for such personal use. The Employer shall have the option of selecting the automobile to be provided to the TownshipManager. The Employer shall be responsible to pay for or provide maintenanceexpenses, gas, oil and insurance coverage for the automobile. The Township Manager may irrevocably choose to receive a monthly car allowance of $400.00 in lieu of theautomobile, and maintenance, gas, oil and insurance expenses as compensation for allbusiness miles driven within a 50 mile radius of the Township Municipal Building.D. Professional Activities, Conferences, and Training. The Employer recognizes that the Township Manager's participation in municipal and professionalactivities, conferences, and training is mutually beneficial. The Employer will provide as

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