A. Ordinance exhibits.
1. If the directive portion of an ordinance
refers to an exhibit, unless the ordinance directs otherwise, the following
language is understood to follow; to wit "said exhibit is by this reference
incorporated as if set out verbatim."
2. Unless the ordinance directs otherwise, the
Auditor shall determine when a copy of an exhibit is to be provided with a
copy of the ordinance.
designation. The budget ordinance makes the annual appropriation and defines the
level of accounting control. When the directive section of an ordinance includes
a reference to an appropriation, the ordinance shall control the appropriation
at the same accounting level in the original budget ordinances. These
appropriations are subject to the limitations on specific appropriations or
types of expenditure stated in the budget ordinance. The designation of an
appropriation in an ordinance by subaccount below the level of control may be
adjusted administratively without an amending ordinance provided there is no
change in the appropriation at the level of control, unless the ordinance