Any public officer or employee under civil service, selected by the authority may,
with the consent of the commission, board, department or municipality by which he
or she has been employed, be transferred to the authority and shall be eligible for
such transfer and appointment without examination to comparable offices, positions
and employment under the authority. The salary or compensation of any such officer or employee shall after such transfer
be paid by the authority, but notwithstanding the provisions of this title, any such
officers or employees so transferred to the authority, pursuant to the provisions
of this section, who are members of or beneficiaries under any existing pension or
retirement system, shall continue to have all rights, privileges, obligations and
status with respect to such fund system or systems as are now prescribed by law, but
during the period of their employment by the authority, all contributions to any pension
or retirement fund or system to be paid by the employer on account of such officers
and employees, shall be paid by the authority; and all such officers and employees
who have been appointed to positions under the rules and classifications of the civil
service commission shall have the same status with respect thereto after transfer
to the authority as they had under their original appointments. The appointment and promotion of all employees of the authority shall be made in
accordance with the provisions of the civil service law and such rules as the civil
service commission may adopt and make applicable to the authority.
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