Section 705.56 | Administrative officers appointed by council.
The council shall appoint a clerk, treasurer, and auditor. If the council is created within a village, the council shall also appoint a solicitor. If the council is created within a city, the council shall also appoint a city director of law. Provision may be made by ordinance for the performance of the duties of clerk and treasurer, or clerk and auditor, by the same person. Council may provide that the treasurer or auditor may be employed as cashier in the electric light or water department of the municipal corporation, or both, and as clerk to the city manager and as clerk to the civil service commission of the municipal corporation. Council may provide that a part of the salary of the auditor shall be paid from the income of any publicly-owned utility or cemetery operated by the municipal corporation, the part to be fixed by the council with reference to the proportion of his services devoted to the utility or cemetery. Council may provide that the auditor or treasurer may be employed as cashier of the utility or cemetery, or both, and as clerk to the city manager and as clerk to the civil service commission. The auditor or treasurer may be paid for such services from the funds of the utility or cemetery, in addition to his salary as auditor or treasurer.
Available Versions of this Section
- November 1, 1977 – House Bill 219 - 112th General Assembly [ View November 1, 1977 Version ]