[Code 1964, § 2-1]
The official flag for the City shall be 52 inches by 66 inches in dimension, in gold-color government superior banner-silk, with the Seal of the City embroidered in natural color, mounted with gold-colored silk bullion fringe on three sides.
[Code 1964, § 2-13; Ord. No. 145, 12-6-2006]
Identification. With the exception of the Mayor, Commissioner of Public Safety, Police Chief, undercover police and detectives, all City-owned cars and trucks shall display a City seal on each side.
Use after working hours. City-owned cars and trucks shall be assigned after working hours only with a written authorization slip from the department head, in duplicate, stating the reasons and duties to be performed after normal working hours. One copy of the authorization slip shall be filed with the City Clerk for Common Council record, and the other copy shall remain in the respective department.
Use of City-owned vehicle outside the City and/or County of Oneida. With the exception of City business, City emergency or a City investigation, and/or by written authorization, no City-owned vehicle shall be operated outside the City and/or the County of Oneida.
[Code 1964, § 2-14]
Information on all City property, through comprehensive inventory, shall be forwarded to the Comptroller so a computer printout can be made and kept for record. All information on inventory should show the serial number, date and cost of purchase and, from the date of purchase, any disposition, transfer from one department to another or trade-in of the property. Additional newly purchased equipment would be recorded on computer tape for updating, printing and recording which would result in an up-to-date inventory.
[Ord. No. 296, 11-2-1994]
Prior to the sale and delivery of any City-owned motor vehicle, the department head responsible for such vehicle shall cause all decals, stickers, or other markings which identify the vehicle as belonging to the City to be permanently removed therefrom.