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File #: 24611    Version: 1 Name: Rules of Conduct-APM
Type: Resolution Status: Filed
File created: 11/17/2011 In control: COMMON COUNCIL ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITTEE (ended 4/2017)
On agenda: 1/8/2013 Final action: 1/8/2013
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Adopting Certain Administrative Procedure Memoranda as Rules of Conduct for Alderpersons.
Sponsors: Lauren Cnare, Shiva Bidar
Attachments: 1. Reg. form 11.29.2011 Common Council meeting, 2. 121311 CCOC Registration.pdf, 3. 2-25 APM Workplace Violence.pdf, 4. 2-33 APM Rules of Conduct.pdf, 5. 2-41 APM Nepotism.pdf, 6. 3-5 APM Harassment and Discrimination.pdf, 7. 3-9 APM Appropriate Use of Computers.pdf, 8. WI STATS 17-12.pdf, 9. Alder Code of Conduct-Ellingson.pdf
Fiscal Note
No fiscal impact.
Title
Adopting Certain Administrative Procedure Memoranda as Rules of Conduct for Alderpersons.
Body
WHEREAS, the Common Council recently adopted Sec. 2.37, MGO, allowing the Council to adopt rules of conduct for Alderpersons; and
 
WHEREAS, certain Mayoral Administrative Procedure Memoranda (APM), applicable to City employees, are appropriate to adopt as an initial set of rules of conduct for Alderpersons;
 
NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved, pursuant to Sec. 2.37, MGO, that the following APMs shall apply as rules of conduct for Alderpersons:
 
APM 2-25 (Workplace Violence)
APM 2-33 (Rules of Conduct)
APM 2-41 (Nepotism)
APM 3-5 (Harassment and Discrimination)
APM 3-9 (Appropriate Use of City Computers)
 
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that in interpreting the APM, Alderpersons shall have the duties and obligations of City employees and the Common Council President shall have the duties and obligations of the supervisor of all Alderpersons.
 
BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that if the Common Council President determines that a violation of the rules of conduct has occurred by an Alderperson, the types of discipline available include a verbal or written warning, a private reprimand, a public reprimand, a resolution of censure by the Common Council, or removal from office pursuant to Wis. Stat. ยง 17.12.