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Creates the Office of Chief Financial Officer

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Date Introduced: 5/5/2009
Date Passed:
5/5/2009

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Summary:

Creates the office of Chief Financial Officer of Cook County.


Activity Log:

5/5/2009
Passed by the Board.

Full Text of Legislation:

09-O-27

ORDINANCE

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THE HONORABLE Larry Suffredin, COUNTY COMMISSIONER

 

BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners that Chapter 2 Administration, Section 2-402, of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as follows:

 

Sec. 2-402.  Office established.

 

The Office of Chief Financial Officer is hereby established. The Chief Financial Officer shall be a person educated in finance, economics, accounting or public or business administration with experience in financial administration or governmental finance. The Chief Financial Officer or any interim Chief Financial Officer shall be appointed by the President with the approval of the County Board within 30 days of the Board being informed of the appointment. The Chief Financial Officer shall serve at the pleasure of the President and until a successor shall have been appointed and confirmed.

 

Approved and adopted this 5th day of May 2009.

 

TODD H. STROGER, President

Cook County Board of Commissioners

 

Attest:  DAVID ORR, County Clerk


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