[HISTORY: Adopted by the Suffolk County Legislature as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Article I Open Information Policy
Article II Posting of Rules and Regulations on Departmental Websites
[Adopted 3-16-1999 by Res. No. 204-1999 (Ch. 859 of the 1985 Code)]
The Clerk of the County Legislature is hereby authorized, empowered, and directed, pursuant to § A2-11 of the Suffolk County Administrative Code, to post the recorded votes for all legislation acted upon by the Suffolk County Legislature, in committee and/or on the floor of the County Legislature; the minutes of all Suffolk County legislative meetings; the minutes of all Suffolk County legislative committee meetings; the minutes of all Suffolk County Community College Board of Trustees meetings; the minutes of all Suffolk County Sewer Agency meetings; the minutes of all Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum Board of Trustees meetings; the minutes of all Suffolk County Planning Commission meetings; the minutes of all Board of Trustees of the Suffolk County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation meetings; the minutes of all meetings of the Suffolk County Water Authority Board; the minutes of all meetings of the Suffolk Regional Off-Track Betting Corporation Board; and the minutes of all other Suffolk County board and/or commission meetings; on or after the effective date of this chapter, on the County's website for access by the public.
The Clerk of the Legislature shall assign at least one individual to oversee the implementation of this policy at the Management Information Systems Division of the County Department of Civil Service and Human Resources (the agency which performs the actual physical work of placing the data on the website).
[Adopted 9-13-2012 by Res. No. 852-2012]
All County departments shall compile all existing rules and regulations which have been promulgated and implemented to enforce County laws and publish same on their departmental websites.
All County departments shall complete the compilation and publication of their rules and regulations on departmental websites within 90 days of the effective date of this article.
All rules and regulations posted online shall be updated by each County department at least once every six months.