Town of Pinedale, WY
Sublette County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Pinedale as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Municipal Court — See Ch. 23.
Elections — See Ch. 34.
Volunteer Fire Department — See Ch. 40.
Police Department — See Ch. 67.
Animal Control Officer — See Ch. 122.
[Adopted 1983 by Ord. No. 102 (Ch. 2.28 of the 1983 Municipal Code)]

§ 58-1 Retention or appointment; term.

The Mayor shall, by and with the concurrence of the Town Council, appoint and retain the services of an engineering firm to act as the Town's Engineer in the event that the Town chooses not to hire an individual for the position. The Town Engineer shall hold office until the end of the term of the Mayor making such appointment unless removed sooner by a majority of the Council.

§ 58-2 Preservation of documents.

It shall be the duty of the Town Engineer to make and provide copies and/or originals of such maps and surveys, plans, other documents, recommendations and evaluations that may be ordered by the Council and preserve the same in his office. All such instruments when so made shall be the property of the Town and shall be delivered to each succeeding Town Engineer on the expiration of the term of office.
[Adopted 1983 by Ord. No. 104 (Ch. 2.24 of the 1983 Municipal Code)]

§ 58-3 Position established.

There is created and established the position of Town Clerk-Treasurer.

§ 58-4 Appointment; qualifications; removal; compensation; residency.

The Town Clerk-Treasurer shall be selected on the basis of his executive and administrative qualifications with special reference to training and experience. The Clerk-Treasurer shall be appointed and for good cause removed by the Mayor, but only with the concurrence of a majority of the members of the Town Council. The Clerk-Treasurer shall be compensated for his services as the Council may from time to time determine. At the time of appointment the Clerk-Treasurer need not be a resident of the Town or the state, but within a reasonable time following his appointment he shall move to the area and thereafter reside in or near the Town during his tenure.

§ 58-5 Recordkeeping and custodial duties.

The Town Clerk-Treasurer of the Town shall have the custody of the Town Seal and of all laws and ordinances of the Town and shall keep a correct and regular journal of the proceedings of the Town Council. The Clerk-Treasurer shall engross all ordinances, resolutions and bylaws in a separate book to be kept for the purpose, and shall furnish copies of the same for publication when so directed, and shall issue all warrants for money, appropriated by the Town Council, and shall keep a distinct and classified account of such appropriations. The Clerk-Treasurer shall keep on file all papers, books, records, contracts and correspondence belonging to the Town and not allow any such papers, books, records, contracts or Town Seal to be removed without the written consent of the Mayor.

§ 58-6 Payment of warrants and orders; financial reports.

The Clerk-Treasurer shall, upon payment of all orders, immediately cancel the same and preserve the same on file, make out monthly reports to the Town Council, and at other times when directed by it to do so, give a full and classified statement of all moneys received and expended, accompanied by all warrants or orders paid since his last report, as vouchers of his accounts, and at the close of each fiscal year he shall publish a full report of all the receipts and disbursements during the year, including all outstanding warrants drawing interest. The Clerk-Treasurer shall pay no money from the Town treasury, except upon warrants regularly issued by him and countersigned by the Mayor.

§ 58-7 Bond; leaving office.

The Town Clerk-Treasurer shall give a bond for the faithful performance of his duties, in double the sum of money estimated by the Town Council to be at any time in his hands. Upon leaving office, he shall turn over to his successor all property belonging to the Town in his possession.