(a)   Employee organizations shall register with the Director of Public Service or the Director of Public Safety within thirty days following the effective date of this chapter (Ordinance 71-44, passed July 20, 1971) or prior to representing their membership in their employee relations with the City, whichever occurs last, and shall thereafter report to the Director in writing any changes in the facts submitted in the registration within thirty days of the occurrence of the change.
   (b)   No employee organization shall have rights under this chapter unless and until it has been registered with the Director.
   (c)   The registration shall consist of:
      (1)   The name and address of the employee organization;
      (2)   A list of the officers and principal representatives of the employee organization with a statement of their right to bind the employee organization in contractual matters;
      (3)   A statement that the employee organization includes employees within its membership;
      (4)   A statement that the employee organization has, as one of its primary purposes, the function of representing employees in their relations with the City;
      (5)   The designation of two or more persons and their addresses to whom notice, sent by United States mail, will be deemed sufficient notice on the employee organization for any purpose; and
      (6)   A statement that the employee organization has no restriction on membership based on race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age or citizenship, that it has a positive program for making members of minority groups aware of employment opportunities within its jurisdiction and that it will work with the City to increase recruitment of such minorities in the City service.
(Ord. 71-44.Passed 7-20-71. )