Sec. 2-3-80.   City Treasurer.
   (a)   Appointment. The Board of Trustees at its first regular meeting after each biennial election shall appoint some qualified person as City Treasurer. In case a vacancy should occur in the office of City Treasurer, the Board of Trustees shall appoint a City Treasurer for the unexpired term. The Board of Trustees may in its discretion appoint the City Clerk as City Treasurer.
   (b)   Oath and bond. Before entering upon the duties of the office, the City Treasurer shall take an oath of office and furnish a surety bond as set forth in Section 2-3-30 above, together with an oath that, when he or she vacates the office, he or she will turn over and deliver to his or her successor all monies, books, papers, property or things belonging to the City and remaining in his or her charge as City Treasurer.
   (c)   Duties. The City Treasurer shall perform the following duties:
      (1)   Receive all monies belonging to the City and give receipts therefor; keep the books and accounts in such manner as may be prescribed by the Board of Trustees; keep a separate account of each fund or appropriation and the debts and credits belonging thereto; and report to the Board of Trustees at each regular monthly meeting the state of the treasury at the date of such account, and the balance of money in the treasury.
      (2)   Accompany such statement of accounts with a statement of all monies received in the treasury and on what account during the preceding month, together with all warrants redeemed and paid by him or her. Such warrants and their supporting vouchers shall be delivered and filed in the City Clerk's office upon every day of such statement. All books and accounts of the City Treasurer shall always be subject to inspection of any member of the Board of Trustees.
      (3)   Annually within ten (10) days after the close of the fiscal year, complete and file with the City Clerk a full and detailed account of all receipts and expenditures of the City, and all of his or her transactions as City Treasurer during the preceding fiscal year, and show in such account the state of the treasury at the close of the fiscal year. The City Clerk shall immediately cause such account to be published in a newspaper published in the City.
      (4)   If there are no funds available for the payment of any City warrant presented to him or her for such payment, such warrants are to be kept in a book by him or her for that purpose; endorse upon all such warrants the time and date of such registry; and whenever he or she pays such warrant, enter the payment and the amount of interest allowed or paid on such warrant in the registry.
      (5)   Perform all other duties, keep all records and make all reports that are required by other provisions of this Code or by state law.
(Prior code 2-5-1, 2-5-2, 2-5-3; Ord. 347 §1, 2008)