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Category Archive for: ‘Administration, Boards, and Commissions’

Chapter 25—City Administrator

25.01 Appointment and Term of Administrator 25.02 Compensation 25.03 Administrative Responsibility 25.04 Duties 25.05 Deputy City Clerk 25.06 Bond 25.01 APPOINTMENT AND TERM OF ADMINISTRATOR. At its first meeting in January following the regular City election, the Council shall appoint by majority vote a City Administrator to serve for a term of two (2) years. 25.02 COMPENSATION. The Administrator shall …

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Chapter 24—Pool Board

24.01 Pool Board 24.02 Organization 24.03 Compensation 24.04 Nepotism Prohibited 24.05 Open Meetings Law 24.06 Budget Certified 24.07 Jurisdiction and Authority 24.08 Employees 24.09 Rules and Regulations 24.10 Penalties 24.01 POOL BOARD. There shall be a Pool Board for the City consisting of five (5) residents of legal age. The Board shall serve staggered three (3) year terms commencing on …

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Chapter 23—Park Board

23.01 Park Board 23.02 Organization 23.03 Compensation 23.04 Nepotism Prohibited 23.05 Open Meetings Law 23.06 Budget Certified 23.07 Jurisdiction and Authority 23.08 Employees 23.09 Rules and Regulations 23.10 Penalties 23.01 PARK BOARD. There shall be a Park Board for the City consisting of five (5) residents of legal age. The Board shall serve staggered three (3) year terms commencing on …

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Chapter 22—Planning and Zoning Commission

22.01 Planning and Zoning Commission 22.02 Term of Office 22.03 Vacancies 22.04 Compensation 22.05 Powers and Duties 22.01 PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. The City Planning and Zoning Commission, hereinafter referred to as the Commission, consists of five (5) members appointed by the Council. The Commission members shall be residents of the City and shall not hold any elective office in …

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Chapter 21—Library Board of Trustees

21.01 Public Library 21.02 Library Trustees 21.03 Qualifications of Trustees 21.04 Organization of the Board 21.05 Powers and Duties 21.06 Contracting with Other Libraries 21.07 Nonresident Use 21.08 Expenditures 21.09 Annual Report 21.10 Injury to Books or Property 21.11 Theft 21.12 Notice Posted 21.01 PUBLIC LIBRARY. The public library for the City is known as the Roland Public Library. It …

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Chapter 20—City Attorney

20.01 Appointment and Compensation 20.02 Attorney for City 20.03 Power of Attorney 20.04 Ordinance Preparation 20.05 Review and Comment 20.06 Provide Legal Opinion 20.07 Attendance at Council Meetings 20.08 Prepare Documents 20.01 APPOINTMENT AND COMPENSATION. The Council shall appoint by majority vote a City Attorney to serve at the discretion of the Council. The City Attorney shall receive such compensation …

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Chapter 19—City Treasurer

19.01 Appointment 19.02 Compensation 19.03 Duties of Treasurer 19.01 APPOINTMENT. The City Clerk is the Treasurer and performs all functions required of the position of Treasurer. 19.02 COMPENSATION. The Clerk receives no additional compensation for performing the duties of the Treasurer. 19.03 DUTIES OF TREASURER. The duties of the Treasurer are as follows: (Code of Iowa, Sec. 372.13[4]) Custody of …

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Chapter 18—City Clerk

18.01 Appointment and Compensation 18.02 Powers and Duties: General 18.03 Publication of Minutes 18.04 Recording Measures 18.05 Publication 18.06 Authentication 18.07 Certify Measures 18.08 Records 18.09 Attendance at Meetings 18.10 Issue Licenses and Permits 18.11 Notify Appointees 18.12 Elections 18.13 City Seal 18.01 APPOINTMENT AND COMPENSATION. The Council shall appoint by majority vote a City Clerk to serve at the …

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Chapter 17—Council

17.01 Number and Term of Council 17.02 Powers and Duties 17.03 Exercise of Power 17.04 Council Meetings 17.05 Appointments 17.06 Compensation 17.01 NUMBER AND TERM OF COUNCIL. The Council consists of five (5) Council members elected at large for overlapping terms of four (4) years. (Code of Iowa, Sec. 372.4 & 376.2) 17.02 POWERS AND DUTIES. The powers and duties …

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Chapter 16—Mayor Pro Tem

16.01 Vice President of Council 16.02 Powers and Duties 16.03 Voting Rights 16.04 Compensation 16.01 VICE PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL. The Mayor shall appoint a member of the Council as Mayor Pro Tem, who shall serve as vice president of the Council. (Code of Iowa, Sec. 372.14[3]) 16.02 POWERS AND DUTIES. Except for the limitations otherwise provided herein, the Mayor Pro …

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