Clarification

Attorney Justin Burnard, who represents the union for the Huron County Sheriff's Office, clarified information that ran Thursday in the Reflector. The Ohio Revised Code (ORC) entitles Deputy Todd Corbin, once he uses his allotted 176 hours for training/military service, to the difference between his military and public employee wages or $500 per month, whichever is less. Burnard also said the ORC says any political subdivision of the state may elect to pay any of its permanent public employees in addition to those payments, meaning the county is not restricted from fully paying Corbin for all his military time.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

Attorney Justin Burnard, who represents the union for the Huron County Sheriff's Office, clarified information that ran Thursday in the Reflector. The Ohio Revised Code (ORC) entitles Deputy Todd Corbin, once he uses his allotted 176 hours for training/military service, to the difference between his military and public employee wages or $500 per month, whichever is less. Burnard also said the ORC says any political subdivision of the state may elect to pay any of its permanent public employees in addition to those payments, meaning the county is not restricted from fully paying Corbin for all his military time.