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County Attorney Reorganization
Section 101.06 County Code
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2/2000ord\amend\atty0k <br />ORDINANCE NO. 2000=007 <br />AN ORDINANCE OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, <br />FLORIDA, AMENDING SECTION 101.06 OF THE <br />INDIAN RIVER COUNTY CODE. <br />WHEREAS, Section 101.06 of the Indian River County Code sets forth the duties of <br />the County Attorney; and <br />WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined that a <br />reorganization and change in employment procedures would be in the public interest; <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY <br />COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA, that: <br />SECTION 1. AMENDMENT <br />Section 101.06. The county attorney, which reads as follows. <br />The county attorney shall be a member of the Florida Bar and shall be the <br />legal adviser to the commission, the other board officers, boards, and <br />departments. The county attorney shall be responsible for the <br />administration of the county attorney's office and staff and when necessary <br />shall hire, promote, demote, suspend, or dismiss any employee in the <br />office of the county attorney in accordance with the personnel rules of the <br />county. The county attorney or an assistant county attorney shall attend all <br />county commission meetings and render such professional services as <br />may be required by the commission or the laws of the State of Florida. The <br />county attorney shall prepare an annual budget for the operation of the <br />office and shall submit this budget to the administrator for inclusion in the <br />annual county budget. <br />is hereby amended to read as follows. <br />The office of the County Attorney shall consist of the County Attorney, a <br />Deputy County Attorney, and legal staff as necessary. The attorneys shall <br />be members of The Florida Bar and shall be legal advisers to the <br />Commission, other Board officers, departments, and such County Boards <br />and Commissions as necessary. The County Attorney shall be hired by the <br />Board of County Commissioners and shall be responsible for the <br />administration of the County Attorney's Office. The County Attorney shall <br />hire the Deputy County Attorney, with the advice and consent of the Board <br />of County Commissioners. All attorneys hired after March 2000 shall be "at <br />will" contract employees. The County Attorney shall hire, promote, <br />demote, suspend, or dismiss any non -attorney employee in the office of the <br />County Attorney in accordance with the Personnel rules of the County. The <br />County Attorney or the Deputy County Attorney shall attend all County <br />Commission meetings and render such professional services as may be <br />required by the Commission or the laws of the State of Florida. The County <br />Attorney shall prepare an annual budget for the operation of the office and <br />shall submit this budget to the County Administrator for inclusion in the <br />annual County budget. <br />
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