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File #: CA-2-23    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Charter Amendment Status: Adopted
File created: 4/26/2023 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/26/2023 Final action: 9/26/2023
Title: Management Information Technology office name change - For the purpose of changing the name of the City of Annapolis "Management Information Technology" (MIT) office to "Office of Integrated Technology Solutions" (OITS); and generally related to the City Manager's duties.
Sponsors: Gavin Buckley
Indexes: Rules and City Government Committee
Attachments: 1. CA-2-23 First Reader, 2. CA-2-23 Legislative Summary, 3. CA-2-23 Fiscal Impact Note, 4. CA-2-23 Staff Report, 5. CA-2-23 Ad for Public Hearing June 12, 2023, 6. CA-2-23 Capital Gazette affidavit of published notice, 7. Public Notice of Passage of CA-2-23, 8. CA-2-23 Signed (color), 9. CA-2-23 Signed (b&w), 10. CA-2-23 Capital Gazette affidavit of published notice 2
Title
Management Information Technology office name change - For the purpose of changing the name of the City of Annapolis "Management Information Technology" (MIT) office to "Office of Integrated Technology Solutions" (OITS); and generally related to the City Manager's duties.
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CITY COUNCIL OF THE
City of Annapolis

Charter Amendment 2-23

Introduced by: Mayor Buckley
Co-sponsored by:

Referred to
Rules and City Government Committee

A CHARTER AMENDMENT Resolution concerning

Management Information Technology office name change

FOR the purpose of changing the name of the City of Annapolis "Management Information Technology" (MIT) office to "Office of Integrated Technology Solutions" (OITS); and generally related to the City Manager's duties.

BY repealing and reenacting the following portions of the City Charter:
Article IV - OPERATIONS - Section 2 - Department Directors -
Subsection 2B - City manager.



SECTION I: BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ANNAPOLIS CITY COUNCIL that the Charter of the City of Annapolis shall be amended to read as follows:

CHARTER AMENDMENT
Article IV - OPERATIONS
Section 2 - Department Directors
Subsection 2B - City manager.

(a) There shall be a city manager in the office of the mayor who shall be the chief administrative officer of the city. The city manager shall be the direct subordinate of the mayor and shall have supervisory authority over the deputy city manager for resilience and sustainability and department directors as provided for by the City's organizational chart that is prepared by the mayor and accepted by the City Council.
(b) The city manager shall be appointed by the mayor and confirmed by the city council based solely on his or her experience and credentials as a city manager. The city manager may be removed from office by the mayor or by the City Council. The city manager shall have had, prior to appointment, an advanced degree in business or public administration from an accredited college or university and at le...

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