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Amendment to the Cook County Lobbyist Registration Ordinance

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Date Introduced: 3/15/2006
Date Passed:
5/3/2006

Sponsors:
Suffredin
Co-Sponsors:
Butler, Claypool, Collins, Daley, Gorman, Goslin, Hansen, Maldonado, Moreno, Murphy, Peraica, Quigley, Silvestri, Sims, Steele, Stroger

Summary:

This Ordinance requires that the Clerk maintains Lobbysts registration records for no less than ten years.


Activity Log:

3/15/2006
Referred to the Finance Committee.

Full Text of Legislation:

Submitting a Proposed Ordinance Amendment sponsored by

 

LARRY SUFFREDIN, County Commissioner

 

Co-Sponsored by

 

MIKE QUIGLEY, County Commissioner

 

PROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT

 

AN AMENDMENT TO THE COOK COUNTY

LOBBYIST REGISTRATION ORDINANCE

 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COOK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, THAT:

 

The Cook County Lobbyist Registration Ordinance, 93-O-22, is hereby amended by amending Section A, Section 7, “Duties of the Clerk,” subsection (a) as follows:

 

Section 7.        Duties of the Clerk

 

            (a)        It shall be the duty of the Clerk to provide appropriate forms for the registration and reporting of information required by this Ordinance and to keep such registrations and reports on file in his or her office for three ten years from the date of filing.  The Clerk shall also maintain a listing of registered lobbyists.  Such records and listing shall be considered public information and open to public inspection during normal business hours.


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