2.25.010    Duties

2.25.010 DUTIES.

(A)    The clerk shall:

(1)    attend regular, special and emergency meetings of the assembly and its boards and committees as required and keep the journal;

(2)    have custody of the official municipal seal;

(3)    assure that notice and other requirements for public meetings are complied with and assure that public records are available for public inspection as required by law;

(4)    manage municipal records and develop retention schedules and procedures for inventory, storage, and destruction of records as necessary;

(5)    attest deeds and other documents;

(6)    maintain and make available for public inspection an indexed file of all permanent borough records, including the borough ordinances, resolutions, rules, regulations and codes, provide for codification of ordinances, and authenticate or certify records as necessary;

(7)    prepare ordinances and resolutions as required to carry out the functions of the assembly;

(8)    prepare agendas and agenda packets as required by the assembly;

(9)    administer all municipal elections;

(10)    assure that the municipality complies with 42 U.S.C. 1971-1974 (Voting Rights Act of 1965, as amended);

(11)    take oaths, affirmations, acknowledgements as necessary;

(12)    act as the parliamentary advisor to the assembly;

(13)    serve as appointing authority for positions in the clerk’s office;

(14)    direct and supervise the administration of the functions of the employees in the clerk’s office; and

(15)    perform other duties required by law or the assembly.

(Ord. 94-001AM, § 3 (part), 1994)