TO UPDATE THE STATE AUDITOR'S STATUTE IN ORDER TO STANDARDIZE AUDITEE RESPONSE TIMES, CLARIFY THE TIMING OF WHEN THE STATE AUDITOR CAN REFER INFORMATION TO APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES, CLARIFY THE FACT THAT NO UPDATES ARE REQUIRED TO BE GIVEN ON FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS, UPDATE DESCRIPTION OF AUDITOR ACCESS PER CHANGES IN TECHNOLOGY, AND REMOVING THE STATE AUDITOR FROM AN EX OFFICIO DUTY.
House committee substitute makes the following changes to 1st edition. Deletes the first edition and replaces it with AN ACT AMENDING THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF GREENSBORO. Amends SL 1959-1137, the Greensboro City Charter, to direct the city council to (1) appoint the city attorney to serve at the council’s pleasure and (2) decide on the compensation to be paid to the city attorney. Amends the catch line to reflect the change in content of the Section. Effective December 1, 2011.
Clarifies that a duly adopted ordinance by the City Council is required in order for a contract for the performance of service to be approved, awarded, and executed by the City Manager on behalf of the city. Effective when it becomes law except as otherwise indicated.
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