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Record #: 566121   
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
Intro date: 12/12/1979 Current Controlling Legislative Body:
Final action: 12/12/1979
Title: COUNCIL JOURNAL 12-12-1979 containing 1980 Annual Appropriation Ordinance
Attachments: 1. JOURNAL 12-12-1979.pdf


administrative action on behalf of such an not-for-profit entity; shall not be considered a lobbyist for purposes of this chapter: provided, however, that if such not-for-profit entity lobbies on behalf of anv for-profit entity or individual engaged in a for-profit enterprise, such employee, officer or director shall be deemed to be a "lobbyist" within the meaning of this chapter.
(Omitted text is unaffected by this ordinance) .
SECTION 2. Chapter 2-156 of,the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by inserting a new Section 2-156-015, as follows:
2-156-015 Ethics pledge - When required.
(a) Persons required to file pledge. The following persons shall comply with the requirements of this section:
(1) Any person who serves as (i) a non-clerical employee of the Office of the Mayor, or (ii) a department head; and
(2) Any employee who holds an exempt position, as defined in Section 2-156-010, in a City department, board or agency on or after May 16, 2011, other than a person described in item (1) of this subsection (a); and
(3) Any person who is appointed by the Mayor to the board of any board, commission, authority or agency, on or after May 16, 2011.
(b) Contents of pledge. As a condition of employment or appointment, any person meeting the requirements of subsection (a) of this section shall comply with all applicable requirements set forth in Section 2-156-105, and shall sign, and upon signing shall be contractually committed to, the following pledge:
"As a condition, and in consideration, of my employment or appointment by the City of Chicago in a position invested with the public trust, I shall, upon leaving government employment or appointment, comply with the applicable requirements of Section 2-156-105 of the Chicago Municipal Code imposing restrictions upon lobbying by former government employees, which I understand are binding on me and are enforceable under law.
I acknowledge that Section 2-156-105 of the Chicago Municipal Code, which I have read befo...

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