§ 39.61  CIVIL AND ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDIES AGAINST NON-EMPLOYEES WHO BREACH ETHICAL STANDARDS.
   (A)   Existing remedies not impaired. Civil and administrative remedies against non-employees which are in existence on the effective date of this code shall not be impaired.
   (B)   Supplemental remedies. In addition to existing remedies for breach of the ethical standards of this article, or regulations promulgated hereunder, the City Manager may impose any one or more of the following:
      (1)   Written warnings or reprimands;
      (2)   Termination of transactions; and
      (3)   Debarment or suspension from being a contractor or subcontractor under city contracts.
   (C)   Right to recovery from non-employee value transferred in breach of ethical standards. The value of anything transferred in breach of the ethical standards of this article, or regulations promulgated hereunder, by a non-employee shall be recoverable by the city as provided in § 39.62.
   (D)   Right of the city to debar or suspend. Debarment or suspension may be imposed by the City Manager, in accordance with the procedures set forth in § 39.41 for breach of the ethical standards of this article, provided that such action may not be taken without informing the City Attorney.
   (E)   Due process. All remedies under this section shall be in accordance with due process requirements more specifically outlined in procedures established by the City Manager.
(Ord. 2008-012, passed  6-12-08; Am. Ord. 2016-008, passed 12-8-16)