§ 18.108.

STATUS OF INCUMBENT OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

The changes in and transfers of functions, powers and duties which occur at the time this Charter becomes operative shall not affect or impair the rights or privileges of permanent civil service officers or employees of the City and County relating to appointment, rank, grade, compensation, tenure of office, promotion, discipline, removal, pensions and retirement, except as provided in this Charter.

Whenever a position previously within the classified municipal civil service is, pursuant to this Charter, designated exempt from the civil service provisions of this Charter, the permanent civil service incumbent in such position at the time this Charter becomes operative shall continue to have civil service status in that position under the civil service provisions of this Charter.

If by the terms of this Charter, or action taken by authority of this Charter:

1. All or substantially all of the duties of any position exempt from the civil service provisions of the Charter of 1932 are transferred to another office, agency or department, that position shall be transferred to that office, agency or department and the person holding the position on the operative date of this Charter shall be transferred with the position.

2. All or substantially all of the duties of any civil service position are transferred to another office, agency or department, that position shall be transferred to that office, agency or department and the permanent civil service appointee holding the position on the operative date of this Charter shall be transferred with the position.

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