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(A) The Board of Ethics shall be the “official custodian” of the statements of financial interests and shall have control over the maintenance of the statements of financial interests. The statements of financial interests shall be maintained by the Board of Ethics, or the administrative official designated by the Board of Ethics as the “custodian,” as public documents, available for public inspection immediately upon filing. Until changed by the Board of Ethics, the City Clerk is hereby named the “designated administrative official” and the “custodian” for all purposes under this chapter.
(B) A statement of financial interest shall be retained by the Board or the designated administrative official for such periods as are prescribed by the Kentucky Archives and Records Commission, or in default of such regulation, for a period of three years.
(Ord. 94-10, passed 11-22-94)