(a)   Any person may visit or telephone the office of the Clerk during regular office hours to determine, based on information available at that office, the time and place of regular meetings, and whether the available agenda of any such future meeting states that any specific type of public business, identified by such person, is to be discussed at such meeting.
   (b)   Any notification provided herein to be given by the Clerk may be given by any person acting in behalf of or under the authority of the Clerk.
   (c)   A reasonable attempt at notification shall constitute notification in compliance with this chapter.
   (d)   At the commencement of each meeting, the Clerk or a member of the Municipal body shall submit a certificate of the Clerk as to compliance with this chapter as to notice and notification. Such certificate shall be conclusive upon the City and the Municipal body involved as to the facts set forth therein. Such certificate shall be conclusive evidence as to the facts set forth therein upon which all persons can rely that this chapter has been complied with.
   (e)   The Clerk shall maintain a record of the date and manner and time, if pertinent under this chapter, of all actions taken with regard to notices and notification under Sections 112.04, 112.05 and 112.06, and shall retain copies of proofs of publication of any notifications or notices published thereunder.
   (f)   To better ensure compliance with this chapter as to notice and notification, it shall be the responsibility of the chairman or secretary of a Municipal body other than Council, or the person or persons calling the meetings, to timely advise the Clerk of such Municipal body's future meetings, and the subject matters to be discussed thereat.
(Ord. 1976-93. Passed 6-8-76.)