The Metro Government recognizes that the disposition of all public records is regulated by records retention schedules approved by the State Archives and Records Commission, which are drafted cooperatively by agencies of Metro Government and staff of the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives. A records retention schedule is a list or inventory of the types of records (records series) and electronic records systems created and maintained by a government agency, which identifies the length of time each record type (series) or system must be kept and provides instructions for its final disposition.
(1994 Jeff. Code, § 22.02) (Jeff. Ord. 2-1995, adopted and effective 1-24-1995; Lou. Metro Am. Ord. No. 121-2004, approved 8-30-2004)