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2.12.070 Reporting Requirements for City Officials.

 
(Amended by Ordinance Nos. 180205 and 180620, effective December 22, 2006.)
 
A.  City officials shall file written reports documenting any gifts, meals or entertainment in excess of $25.00 received from a lobbying entity or any person authorized to lobby on the lobbying entity’s behalf.  Such reports shall include:
1.  Name of lobbying entity, and if applicable, name of lobbyist;
 
2.  Subject of lobbying;
 
3.  Value of gift, meal or entertainment; and
 
4.  Date of receipt.
B.  City officials shall file written reports after a lobbyist or lobbying entity has agreed to make a donation of personal or real property to the City. Such reports shall include:
1.  Name of lobbying entity, and if applicable, name of lobbyist;
 
2.  Gift or donation requested;
 
3.  Purpose of donation; and
 
4.  Date of request.
C.  The reports, if any, required by subsections 2.12.070 A. and B. shall be filed with the City Auditor 15 days after the end of the calendar quarter.  City officials, other than elected officials, are not required to file reports with the Auditor if the amount of the gift, meal or entertainment is less than $25.00 or if no gifts or donations have been requested in the calendar quarter.
 
D.  Elected officials and City directors shall post their calendars of activities related to official City business to the lobbyist website designated by the City Auditor 15 days after the end of the calendar quarter for the previous calendar quarter, unless an elected official or City director determines that such posting poses a safety threat. 
 
E.  A City Official may amend a quarterly report without penalty if he or she files the amended report within 25 days after the end of the calendar quarter.