Each public children services agency shall designate an executive officer known as the "executive director," who shall not be in the classified civil service. The superintendent of the children's home, the county director of job and family services, or other individual may serve as the executive director.
The agency shall, from time to time, inquire into community conditions affecting the welfare of children and study the work of the agency and its relation to the work of other organizations whose functions are related to child welfare. The agency may, after consultation with the executive director, adopt rules of general application, not inconsistent with law or with the rules adopted by the director of job and family services.
Effective Date: 07-01-2000