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Amendment to the Cook County Ethics 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 amendment requires the Board to maintain records and reports for no less than ten years.


Activity Log:

3/15/2006
Referred to the Finance Committee.

Full Text of Legislation:

PROPOSED ORDINANCE

 

Sponsored by

THE HONORABLE LARRY SUFFREDIN, COOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER

 

Co-Sponsored by

THE HONORABLE JOHN H. STROGER, JR., PRESIDENT, JERRY BUTLER, FORREST CLAYPOOL, EARLEAN COLLINS, JOHN P. DALEY, ELIZABETH ANN DOODY GORMAN, GREGG GOSLIN, CARL R. HANSEN, ROBERTO MALDONADO, JOSEPH MARIO MORENO, JOAN PATRICIA MURPHY, ANTHONY J. PERAICA, MIKE QUIGLEY, PETER N. SILVESTRI, DEBORAH SIMS, AND BOBBIE L. STEELE, COOK COUNTY COMMSSIONERS

 

 

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COOK COUNTY

ETHICS ORDINANCE

 

 

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

 

The Cook County Ethics Ordinance, as amended, 04-O-18, is hereby amended by amending Article IV, Board of Ethics, Section 4.1, Composition of the Board, subsection (n) as follows:

 

 

 

            (n)        The Board shall preserve all pertinent records and reports for a period of not less than ten years.

 

 

Approved and adopted this __ day of _____, 2006.

 

 


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