Chapter 2  ADMINISTRATION*
Article I. In General
   Sec. 2-1.   Official seal of the city.
   Sec. 2-2.   Official flag.
   Sec. 2-3.   Official Motto.
   Sec. 2-4.   Elections to be nonpartisan.
   Sec. 2-5.   Emergency powers to be exercised by city manager.
   Secs. 2-6 - 2-20.   Reserved.
Article II. Board of Commissioners
   Sec. 2-21.   Meetings.
   Sec. 2-22.   Salaries.
   Secs. 2-23 - 2-35.   Reserved.
Article III. Officers
Division 1. Generally
   Secs. 2-36 - 2-45.   Reserved.
Division 2. City Manager
   Sec. 2-46.   Office created.
   Sec. 2-47.   Qualifications, duties and responsibilities.
   Sec. 2-48.   Oath, bond, compensation, expenses.
   Secs. 2-49 - 2-60.   Reserved.
Division 3. City Clerk
   Sec. 2-61.   Office created.
   Sec. 2-62.   Duties and responsibilities.
   Sec. 2-63.   Oath, bond, compensation.
   Sec. 2-64.   Minimum qualifications.
   Secs. 2-65 - 2-75.   Reserved.
Division 4. City Engineer
   Sec. 2-76.   Position of employment created.
   Sec. 2-77.   Appointment.
   Sec. 2-78.   Qualification.
   Sec. 2-79.   Responsible to city manager.
   Sec. 2-80.   Powers and duties.
   Secs. 2-81 - 2-85.   Reserved.
Division 5. Police Chief
   Sec. 2-86.   Office created.
   Sec. 2-87.   Powers and duties.
   Sec. 2-88.   Oath, bond and compensation.
   Sec. 2-89 - 2-90.   Reserved.
Division 6. Fire Chief
   Sec. 2-91.   Office created.
   Sec. 2-92.   Powers and duties.
   Sec. 2-93.   Oath, bond and compensation.
   Sec. 2-94.   Reserved.
Division 7.  Citation Officer
   Sec. 2-95.   Position of employment created.
Article IV. Personnel
Division 1. Generally
   Sec. 2-96.   Plans adopted.
   Sec. 2-97.   County employees retirement system; alternate participation plan.
   Secs. 2-98 - 2-110.   Reserved.
Division 2. Police and Fire Departments
   Sec. 2-111.   Establishment of rules and regulations.
   Sec. 2-112.   Salary supplement for police officers.
   Secs. 2-113 - 2-125.   Reserved.
Article V. Boards, Commissions and Agencies
Division 1. Generally
   Secs. 2-126 - 2-135.   Reserved.
Division 2. Urban Renewal and Community Development Agency
   Sec. 2-136.   Appointment.
   Sec. 2-137.   Terms.
   Secs. 2-138 - 2-143.   Reserved.
Division 3. Municipal Housing Commission
   Sec. 2-144.   Composition.
   Sec. 2-145.   Qualifications.
   Sec. 2-146.   Terms.
   Sec. 2-147.   Vacancies.
   Secs. 2-148 - 2-155.   Reserved.
Division 4. Board of Trustees of Policeman's and Firefighter's Pension Fund
   Sec. 2-156.   Composition.
   Sec. 2-157.   Officers.
   Secs. 2-158 - 2-170.   Reserved.
Division 5. City-County Air Board
   Sec. 2-171.   Established, composition.
   Sec. 2-172.   Appointments, holding other office.
   Sec. 2-173.   Terms.
   Sec. 2-174.   Removal of members.
   Secs. 2-175 - 2-185.   Reserved.
Division 6. Sister Cities Programs Commission
   Sec. 2-186.   Created.
   Sec. 2-187.   Membership.
   Sec. 2-188.   Officers.
   Sec. 2-189.   Quorum.
   Sec. 2-190.   Reserved.
Article VI.  Public Records
   Sec. 2-201.   Definitions.
   Sec. 2-202.   Procedures for requesting inspections.
   Sec. 2-203.   Protection from disclosure.
   Sec. 2-204 - 2-209.   Reserved.
Article VII.  Public Meetings
   Sec. 2-210.   Definitions.
   Sec. 2-211.   Meetings open to public.
   Sec. 2-212.   Requirements for closed sessions.
   Sec. 2-213.   Meeting schedules, special sessions, enforcement.
   Sec. 2-214.   Video teleconferences; enforcement for Art. VII.
   Sec. 2-215.   Reserved.
Article VIII.  Finance
Division 1.  Generally
   Sec. 2-216.   Procurement procedures.
   Sec. 2-217.   Arrest fees.
   Sec. 2-218 - 2-230.   Reserved.
Division 2.  Annual Budget Proposal
   Sec. 2-231.   Standards for preparation.
   Sec. 2-232.   Proposed budget.
   Sec. 2-233.   Form.
   Sec. 2-234.   Contents.
   Sec. 2-235.   Fund balance carry-forward.
   Sec. 2-236.   Anticipated revenues, comparison with other years.
   Sec. 2-237.   Budget summary.
   Sec. 2-238.   Proposed expenditures, comparison with other years.
   Sec. 2-239.   Anticipated transfer from other funds.
   Sec. 2-240.   Expending funds beyond appropriation.
   Sec. 2-241.   Amending.
   Sec. 2-242 - 2-250.   Reserved.
   Sec. 2-251.   Uniform financial information report.
Article IX.  Code of Ethics
Division 1.  General Provisions
   Sec. 2-261.   Purpose and authority.
   Sec. 2-262.   Definitions.
Division 2.  Principles of Conduct
   Sec. 2-263.   Values.
   Sec. 2-264.   Personal honesty and integrity.
   Sec. 2-265.   Open and accessible government.
   Sec. 2-266.   Fiscal responsibility.
   Sec. 2-267.   Citizen service orientation.
Division 3.  Standards of Conduct
   Sec. 2-268.   Conflicts of interest in general.
   Sec. 2-269.   Conflicts of interest contracts.
   Sec. 2-270.   Receipt of gifts.
   Sec. 2-271.   Use of city property, equipment, and personnel.
   Sec. 2-272.   Representation of interests before city government.
   Sec. 2-273.   Misuse of confidential information.
   Sec. 2-274.   Post-employment restriction.
   Sec. 2-275.   Honoraria.
Division 4.  Financial Disclosure
   Sec. 2-276.   Who must file.
   Sec. 2-277.   When to file statements; amended statements.
   Sec. 2-278.   Form of the statement of financial interests.
   Sec. 2-279.   Control and maintenance of the statements of financial interests.
   Sec. 2-280.   Contents of the financial interests statements.
   Sec. 2-281.   Noncompliance with filing requirement.
Division 5.  Nepotism
   Sec. 2-282.   Nepotism prohibited.
Division 6.  Enforcement
   Sec. 2-283.   Board of Ethics created.
   Sec. 2-284.   Alternate members.
   Sec. 2-285.   Facilities and staff.
   Sec. 2-286.   Power and duties of Board of Ethics.
   Sec. 2-287.   Filing and investigation of complaints.
   Sec. 2-288.   Notice of hearings.
   Sec. 2-289.   Hearing procedure.
   Sec. 2-290.   Appeals.
   Sec. 2-291.   Limitation of actions.
   Sec. 2-292.   Advisory opinions.
   Sec. 2-293.   Reprisals against persons disclosing violations prohibited.
Division 7.  Penalties
   Sec. 2-294.   Penalties.
   *Cross references-- Any ordinance of an administrative nature saved from repeal, § 1-7(2); board of electrical control, § 4-126 et seq; cemetery committee, § 5-31 et seq; city/county recreation board, § 10-16 et seq; planning, Ch. 12; joint city-county planning commission, § 12-16 et seq; taxation, Ch. 16, parking authority, § 17-191 et seq; urban aesthetics commission, § 17.5-21 et seq; utilities, Ch. 18.
   State law references – City of Danville classified as third class city; general provisions applicable to cities, KRS Ch. 82; organization of government in cities, KRS Ch. 83A; organization and government of cities of the third class, KRS Ch. 85.