§ 98.08  INVESTIGATIONS; POWERS; RECORDS.
   (A)   In connection with an investigation of a complaint filed under this chapter, the enforcing officer(s) at any reasonable time may request voluntary access to premises, records and documents relevant to the complaints and may request the right to examine, photograph, and copy evidence.
   (B)   Every person subject to this chapter shall make, keep and preserve records relevant to the determination of whether unlawful practices have been or are being committed, such records maintained and preserved in a manner and to the extent required under the Civil Rights Act of 1968 and any regulations promulgated thereunder.
(Ord. 18044, passed 10-9-18)