SECTION 2.08  CITY CLERK, DIRECTOR OF FINANCE, AND CHIEF OF POLICE.
   (A)   The City Manager shall appoint a City Clerk, subject to the approval of the City Council.  The City Clerk shall give notice of Council meetings to its members and the public, keep the journal of its proceedings and perform such other duties as are assigned by this Charter, the City Manager or the City Council.
   There shall be a department of finance, the head of which shall be the director of finance. The City Council shall appoint the director of finance for an indefinite term.  Subject to and in accordance with this Charter and such ordinances as the council may enact, the director of finance, or personnel under the director's supervision and control, shall collect or receive revenue and other money for the City; shall be responsible for its custody, safekeeping, deposit, investment, and disbursement; and shall maintain a general accounting system for the city government. References in this Charter or in an ordinance shall be deemed to mean the director of finance unless the council by ordinance creates a separate office of city treasurer within the department of finance.
   (C)   The City Manager shall appoint a Chief of Police, subject to the approval of the City Council.  The Chief of Police shall perform such duties as are assigned by this Charter, the City Manager or the City Council.
(Amended by Res. 2002-15, passed 9-3-02 and approved by the Electorate November 4, 2002)