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Chapter 2.13 - Transcripts of Proceedings Before Administrative Bodies

2.13.010 Designation of record
The party or parties desiring a transcript of proceedings before the City Council or any board, commission or agency of the city shall file with the City Clerk, or department which staffs such board, commission or agency, a written designation of that portion of the proceedings desired to be transcribed. (Ord. O-93-25 § 27, 1993; Ord. O-76-16 § 5 (part), 1976).

2.13.020 Request for certification
Such written designation shall state whether certification by the Clerk or secretary or other officer of a board, agency or commission is requested. (Ord. O-76-16 § 5 (part), 1976).

2.13.030 Payment for certification
Any person requesting a certified transcript of proceedings before the City Council or any board, agency or commission shall pay to the City Clerk, in advance, a sum which will be set by administrative procedures, rules, or regulations as approved by the City Manager. This sum shall be paid to the City Clerk at the time of filing a designation of record. Such certification charges shall be nonrefundable. (Ord. O-93-25 § 28, 1993; Ord. O-86-17 § 1, 1986; Ord. O-76-16 § 5 (part), 1976).

2.13.040 Cost of transcript
In addition to certification charges provided for above, any person requesting a transcript of proceedings before the City Council or any other board, commission or agency shall pay to the City Clerk a sum which includes, but is not limited to, personnel and equipment costs incurred in the reproduction of any such transcript. Such administrative fees shall be set by administrative procedures, rules, or regulations as approved by the City Manager. Copies of such procedures, rules, or regulations shall be located in the City Clerk's office, the same to be available for public inspection during normal office hours. The City Clerk may at her option and election require any person requesting a transcript to deposit by cash, check or money order a sufficient sum in the opinion of the Clerk to defray the cost of such transcription, such money to be applied in payment of such secretarial transcription of the proceeding, whether such transcript be delivered or not. (Ord. O-93-25 § 29, 1993; Ord. O-86-17 § 2, 1986; Ord. O-76-16 § 5 (part), 1976).