§ 100.15  RESTRICTIONS ON CONTRACTING WITH THE CITY OR PROVIDING REPRESENTATION OF OTHERS.
   (A)   An officer or employee in a position that involves significant reporting, decision-making, advisory, or supervisory responsibility who leaves the service or employment of the city may not, within 12 months after leaving that service or employment, represent any other person or organization in any formal or informal appearance:
      (1)   Before the city concerning a project for which the person had responsibility as a city officer or employee; or
      (2)   Before any other agency on a project for which the person had responsibility as an officer or employee.
   (B)   A former officer or employee who is subject to the requirements of division (A) shall, during the 24 months after leaving the service or employment of the city, disclose the officer or employee's previous position and responsibilities with the city when representing any other person or organization in any formal or informal appearance before a city agency.
   (C)   A member of the City Council or an employee may not, within 12 months after leaving the service or employment of the city, either individually or as the officer or principal of a private business entity:
      (1)   Submit a proposal, on behalf of the member or employee or on behalf of a private business entity, to make any city contract that is not required by state law to be competitively bid;
      (2)   Negotiate or enter into any city contract that is not required by state law to be competitively bid; or
      (3)   Have or acquire any financial interest, direct or indirect, in any city contract that is not required by state law to be competitively bid.
(Ord. 2019-2567, passed 2-19-19)