Overtime pay may be paid for hours in excess of 40 hours if approved by the county
sheriff or immediate supervisor.
(5) Personnel providing snowmobile safety training shall not require students to
purchase additional training materials, certificates or safety brassards.
(6) The power and authority of personnel who have not completed the required
hours of training pursuant to Act No. 203 of the Public Acts of
1965, as amended, being SS28.601 to 28.616 of the Michigan Compiled Laws
shall be restricted to enforcement of the act.
(7) An employee of the county sheriff's department assigned
supervisory duties is not eligible to receive payment of salaries or wages from
snowmobile state aid funds.
History: 1979 AC.
R 257.1506 Records, reports, and publicity.
Rule 6. (1) Records shall be kept pertaining to
snowmobile related accidents, number of students trained, public meetings attended,
daily vehicle mileage, daily personnel time reports and expenditures from the
general fund under activity
sheriff-law enforcement assistance--
(2) The county snowmobile safety and enforcement fund shall be audited by the
local audit division, bureau of local government services, department of
treasury, during the course of their routine annual examination of the records of
county offices or at such time as the department deems an audit necessary or
desirable. Records shall be retained for a period of 1 year after the department of
treasury has audited the account of the snowmobile safety and enforcement program.
(3) Public information provided by the department shall be distributed.
(4) Local publicity shall be disseminated regarding existing laws and rules and
new laws and rules which may be established. Persons shall be provided with
information regarding safe methods of snowmobile operation.
(5) Reports shall be submitted to the department as may be required by the
director or his authorized representative.
(6) A detail of authorized expenditures actually incurred submitted to the
department shall be certified as true and correct.
History: 1979 AC.
R 257.1507 County restricted snowmobile safety and enforcement funds.
Rule 7. The county treasurer or fiscal officer shall establish a fund for the county
appropriations for the conduct of a snowmobile safety and enforcement program for
the calendar year. Expenditures shall be budgeted and paid from the county general
fund--activity no. 136, sheriff-law enforcement assistance--snowmobiles. The
function is public safety, 104-136--expense account. Expenditures from the fund
shall be made solely for the personnel payroll and authorized expenditure costs
of the snowmobile safety and enforcement program.