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(A) The Lake County Clerk is hereby directed to keep the accounts and correspondence relating to the business of the Lake County Radio System.
(B) Any municipality or public body desiring connection of their facilities with the Lake County Radio System will petition the County Board for same in writing over the signature of their mayor, village president, or person or persons empowered by law to enter into contract for the municipality or public body, who, in turn, will submit the petition to the County Board through its Law and Judicial Committee.
(C) After the petition has been approved by the Board, the Lake County Clerk will be directed to notify the petitioners who will then enter into contract with the county through the Lake County Clerk and the Chair of the County Board.
(D) Only after the petition has been approved and the contract has been properly executed shall the equipment be installed.
(E) The Radio Technician is directed to keep the Lake County Clerk informed and up to date on all installations, changes, alterations and discontinuances which affect the accounting and billing.
(F) (1) Starting with December 1950, and with each successive year, the Lake County Clerk will prepare for the County Board for its December meeting a report showing a summary of the ledger account, but detailing in particular any arrears in payments by any of the contracting parties.
(2) He or she will furnish a copy of this report to the Chair of this Board, the County Auditor, and the Chair of the Financial and Administrative Services Committee and the Law and Judicial Committee.
(G) (1) The dates for billing by the county will be determined in the following manner:
(a) Installations prior to the fifteenth day of the month to be billed for on the basis of a full month; and
(b) Installations on and after the fifteenth of the month to be omitted from billing for that month.
(2) (a) On December 1, 1950, the Lake County Clerk will forward to each contracting party a bill for all accumulated services to that date which remain unpaid. With the same bill he or she will also mail them an advance bill for the 12 months ending November 30, 1951, for the equipment then in use, giving them 60 days in which to pay the advance bill.
(b) This procedure will be followed from year to year.
(H) Checks shall be made payable to the Lake County Treasurer, but will be forwarded to the Lake County Clerk, who after entering a credit to the payer’s account will turn them over to the Lake County Treasurer for deposit.
(1977 Code, § 7:1) (Res. passed 9-12-1950)