2.69 Public Records - Office Hours
2.69.010 Office hours of city departments.
2.69.030 Copies of records--Duty to furnish.
2.69.040 Copies of records--Fees.
2.69.050 Copies of records--Furnishing on employee's own time forbidden.
2.69.070 Retention of fees or commissions forbidden.
2.69.080 Destruction of duplicate records.
2.69.010 OFFICE HOURS OF CITY DEPARTMENTS. All city departments shall maintain office hours at the City Hall on all business days; provided that all city departments shall be closed all day on Saturdays. (Prior code § 9.14).
2.69.020 BOOKS -- RECORDS. The books and records of all city offices shall be open at all times during office hours, and any taxpayer of the city may inspect the same, provided such taxpayer specifies the book or record he desires to see, and such book or record is not taken from the office. (Prior code § 16.02).
2.69.030 COPIES OF RECORDS -- DUTY TO FURNISH. In addition to their other duties, city officials or employees shall make and furnish upon application, or when required by law, ordinance or the city charter, statistics or copies of public records, maps or other public documents on file in the department with which they are connected. (Prior code § 9.22).
2.69.040 COPIES OF RECORDS -- FEES. For making and furnishing such statistics, copies or extracts of such public records, certain fees including state tax shall be charged by the city as established by resolution of the city council. (Ord. 1975-17 § 1, 1975: prior code § 9.23).
2.69.050 COPIES OF RECORDS -- FURNISHING ON EMPLOYEE'S OWN TIME FORBIDDEN. No official or employee of the city shall make or furnish any such statistics, copies or extracts for private parties on his own time. (Prior code § 9.24).
2.69.070 RETENTION OF FEES OR COMMISSIONS FORBIDDEN. No official or employee shall be authorized to retain any fee or commission to his own use by way of compensation, but all such fees shall be deposited with the treasurer in accordance with the provisions of the city charter. (Prior code § 9.26).
2.69.080 DESTRUCTION OF DUPLICATE RECORDS. Pursuant to the authority contained in Section 34090.7 of the Government Code, any department head may, with the written concurrence of the city manager and city attorney, destroy any city records which are not required for the operation of the department and for which a duplicate is retained by a department of the city. (Prior code § 9.27).