Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
File #: O-21-21    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Adopted
File created: 5/27/2021 In control: Rules & City Government Committee
On agenda: 9/13/2021 Final action: 9/13/2021
Title: Public Ethics - Statement of Compliance - For the purpose of repealing the requirement to file a Statement of Compliance for certain individuals.
Sponsors: Gavin Buckley
Indexes: Rules and City Government Committee
Attachments: 1. O-21-21 First Reader, 2. O-21-21 Staff Report, 3. O-21-21 Fiscal Impact Note
Title
Public Ethics - Statement of Compliance - For the purpose of repealing the requirement to file a Statement of Compliance for certain individuals.
Body
CITY COUNCIL OF THE
City of Annapolis

Ordinance 21-21

Introduced by: Mayor Buckley
Co-sponsored by:

Referred to
Rules and City Government Committee
90 day Rule:___________

AN ORDINANCE concerning

Public Ethics - Statement of Compliance

FOR the purpose of repealing the requirement to file a Statement of Compliance for certain individuals.

BY repealing the following portion of the Code of the City of Annapolis, 2021 Edition
2.08.060


SECTION I: BE IT ESTABLISHED AND ORDAINED BY THE ANNAPOLIS CITY COUNCIL that the Code of the City of Annapolis shall be amended to read as follows:


Title 2 - ADMINISTRATION
Chapter 2.08 - PUBLIC ETHICS AND FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE

Section 2.08.060 - Statement of compliance.

To ensure that members of City boards, commissions, teams, and committees, both permanent and ad hoc, understand their ethical responsibilities, they shall provide a signed statement affirming that they are aware of and understand the provisions of City Code Chapter 2.08, Public Ethics and Financial Disclosure, including but not limited to Section 2.08.040, prohibited conduct and interests, of the Annapolis City Code. Also, in accepting their position that they will maintain high ethical standards in the exercise of their public or official duties and will not engage in any business or transaction or have a financial interest, direct or indirect, which is incompatible with the proper discharge of their designated duties and that they will not engage in any activity which would create, or appear to create, a conflict of interest in the exercise of their public or official duties. This requirement does not apply to the members of boards and commissions specified in Section 2.08.051.A.2 who are required to provide financial disclosure statements.


SECTION II: AND BE IT FURTHER ESTABLISHED A...

Click here for full text