A state agency may reimburse its employees for the cost of repairing articles of clothing,
watches or eye glasses damaged in the line of duty, if the damage is not caused by
employee carelessness or normal wear and tear resulting from the type of work performed
by an employee. If the clothing, watch or eye glasses are damaged beyond repair, a state agency
may pay an employee an amount not exceeding the actual value of the clothing, watch
or eye glasses as determined by the employee's appointing authority. Payments under this section are subject to the approval of the appointing authority
and shall not exceed the amount specified in the compensation plan under s. 230.12. Payments shall not be approved for damage to an item if the actual value or repair
cost is less than an amount set forth in the compensation plan under s. 230.12.
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