The following documents have been re-formatted from the originals for Internet accessibility, and may contain inadvertent errors and/or omissions. These are provided as a public convenience, for informational purposes only. Official Weber County Code Ordinances, in their original format, are available through the Office of the County Clerk/Auditor and at the four County Library branches.
1. Meetings of the Board of County Commissioners
(Amended Apr. 1, 2003, Ord. 2003-5)
2. Board of Commissioners as Redevelopment Agency of Weber County
3. Officials' and Employees' Bonds (Amended Jan.18, 1995, Ord. 95-4)
4. Establishment of Weber County Justice of the Peace
5. Scientific Investigation Department (Repealed Apr. 20, 1994, Ord. 13-94)
6. Compensation for Special Services
7. Employees Use of County Equipment and/or Time
8. Merit Rules
9. Disposition of Overage Paid on Recording Fees
(Amended June 19, 1996, Ord. 96-20)
10. Procedures for Preparation/Review/Enactment/Publication of County Ordinances (Amended Mar. 22, 2005, Ord. 2005-3)
11. Purchasing Ordinance (Adopted Dec. 19, 2006, by Ord. 26-2006)
12. Technical Requirements for Surveys Conducted and Filed in Weber County
(Amended Dec. 23, 2003, Ord. 2003-21)
13. Consolidation Ordinance. Ord. 6-94, adopted Feb. 14, 1994 consolidated the Offices of the Weber County Clerk and the Auditor into the Office of the Weber County Clerk/Auditor effective January 2, 1995. (Ord 5-94, Feb. 14, 1994, repealed consolidation of Auditor, Clerk and Treasurer separating into three separate offices effective January 2, 1995)
14. Adopting and Defining Procedures the County Treasurer Shall Utilize for Notification and Refund of Real Property Tax Overpayments
15. Providing a Smoke-Free Environment for Weber County Employees and Others who Work or do Business in Buildings Owned and Operated by Weber County
16. An Ordinance of Weber County Establishing County Policies Regarding the Maintenance and Preservation of Accurate Public Records; Providing Access to Records by Members of the Public and in Accordance with State Statutes, Setting Out Response Time Requirements and Fees for Public Record Access Requests; Designating a County Records Officer; Providing an Appeal Process for Denial of Record Requests; and Establishing Other Procedures Regarding the Storage of and Access to Governmental Records by the County
(Adopted Jan. 13, 1993, Ord. 1-93)
17. An Ordinance Providing for Funding and Acquisition of Art in Public Places
(Adopted Sept. 21, 1994, Ord. 23-94, Repealed Apr. 8, 1997, Ord. 97-3)
18. An Ordinance Establishing a Procedure for the Review of Actions by Weber County that may have Constitutional Taking Issues
(Adopted Feb. 15, 1995, Ord. 95-8)
19. An Ordinance of Weber County Providing for the Regulation and Accounting of
Revenues and Expenditures Relating to Personal Campaigns
(Adopted Apr. 17, 1996, Ord. 96-12)
20. An Ordinance Enacting Real Property Tax Sale Procedures for the "Tax Sale" and
Assessing Administrative Costs to Delinquent Properties
(Adopted Apr 16, 2004, Ord. 2004-4)
21. An Ordinance Amending Township Planning Districts, Providing for the Appointment of Planning Commission Members, and the Setting of Other Relevant Procedures Thereof (Adopted Apr 20, 2004, Ord. 2004-8)
22. Fee Ordinance (Adopted Mar 9, Ord. 2004-1,Amended Oct 18, 2005, Ord. 2005-13)
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MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
(Amended Apr. 1, 2003, Ordinance 2003-5)
The Board of County Commissioners of Weber County ordains as follows:
Chapter 1 of Title 6 of the Weber County Ordinance shall be amended to read as follows:
Sections 6-1-1 Regular Commission Meetings
6-1-2 Special Meetings
6-1-3 Meetings on Legal Holidays
6-1-4 Cancellation of Commission Meeting Days on Other Than Legal Holidays
6-1-7 Requests for Copies
6-1-8 Recordings of Meetings
6-1-9 Conduct of the Public at Meetings
6-1-1 Regular Commission Meetings. The Board of County Commissioners of Weber County shall hold its regular meetings at 10 a.m. on Tuesday of each week, unless the Tuesday is a legal holiday or the meeting is cancelled as provided herein. Public hearings may be held during the regularly scheduled 10 a.m. Commission Meeting, or set for 6 p.m., at the discretion of the Board. Meetings of the Board shall be held on the first floor of the Weber Center located at 2380 Washington Blvd., Ogden, Utah, in the County Commission Chambers, unless the Board schedules a meeting at a special location.
6-1-2 Special Meetings. If at any time the business of the County requires a special meeting of the Board of County Commissioners, such meeting may be ordered by a majority of the Board or by the Chair. The order must be signed by a majority of members or the Chair calling such meeting and must be entered in the minutes of the legislative body. The Order must specify the business to be transacted at such meeting, and none other than that specified shall be transacted at such special meeting unless all members are present and consent thereto. Notice shall also comply with the Open Meetings Act.
6-1-3 Meetings on Legal Holidays. When a legal holiday falls on a Tuesday, the regular Commission Meeting is automatically canceled.
6-1-4 Cancellation of Commission Meetings Days on Other Than Legal Holidays. The Board of County Commissioners may by a majority vote cancel a regularly scheduled Commission Meeting.
6-1-5 Schedule. An annual schedule of the regular meetings of the Board of County Commissioners of Weber County shall be prepared at the beginning of each calendar year. This schedule shall state the dates and times of each meeting, and shall state the location of each meeting. Any change of a time of a regular meeting or a place of a regular meeting shall be preceded by public notice in the manner provided by law.
6-1-6 Agenda. The agenda for each meeting shall be in writing and shall be posted and filed at least 24 hours before each meeting.
6-1-7 Requests for Copies. Copies of all agendas, notices of meetings and schedules of meetings required by this ordinance shall be given to any person, association, representative of the news media or any other person who may file a written request to receive the same. Such written request must state where the notice is to be faxed or mailed.
6-1-8 Recording of Meetings. Any person may broadcast, photograph or record any part or all of any meeting required by this ordinance to be open, provided that such broadcasting or recording shall be done in such a manner as not to interrupt the deliberations of the Board, and such actions shall not unduly obscure the view or the opportunity to hear of any person present at the meeting.
6-1-9 Conduct of the Public at Meetings. Nothing in this ordinance shall be interpreted as permitting any person to disrupt any meeting of the Board. No member of the public shall speak unless he/she is recognized by the Chair or acting chair of the Commission Meeting.
6-1-10 Penalty. Any person, firm or corporation violating any provision of this ordinance shall be guilty of a class B misdemeanor and subject to a fine of not less than fifty dollars nor more than five hundred dollars.
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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS AS REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
OF WEBER COUNTY
Sections 6-2-1 Agency Designation
6-2-2 Administration (Added by Ord. 22-79, adopted July 26, 1979)
6-2-1 Agency Designation. The Board of Commissioners of Weber County is hereby designated as The Redevelopment Agency of Weber County under the authority of Utah Code Annotated, Section 11-19-3, 1953, as amended, with all the powers and duties specified therein.
6-2-2 Administration. Except as may otherwise be directed by the Board of Commissioners, the Weber County Office of Support Services shall supply all necessary administrative and logistical assistance required by the Redevelopment Agency.
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OFFICIALS' AND EMPLOYEES' BONDS
(Amended January 18, 1995 by Ord. 95-4)
Sections 6-3-1 Bonds of Principal Elected Officials
6-3-2 Bonds of County Commissioners
6-3-3 Bonds of Other County Employees
6-3-4 County Treasurer's Bonding Amount
6-3-5 Surety Bond Premium Payments
6-3-1 Bonds of Principal Elected Officials. The following elected officials of Weber County shall be covered by a blanket bond in the amount of $100,000: County Assessor, County Attorney, County Clerk/Auditor, Justice Court Judge, County Recorder, County Sheriff and County Surveyor.
6-3-2 Bonds of County Commissioners. Pursuant to Utah Code Annotated, §17-16-11, the bonds of the County Commissioners shall be set and approved by a judge of the District Court in and for Weber County, State of Utah. The Commissioners shall be covered by the blanket bond of $100,000 unless and until a judge of the District Court determines that the Commissioners shall be bonded in excess of $100,000.
6-3-3 Bonds of Other County Employees. All other County employees not specified above shall be covered by a blanket bond in the amount of $100,000.
6-3-4 County Treasurer's Bonding Amount. Pursuant to Utah Code Annotated § 17-16-11, the amount in which the County Treasurer shall execute an official bond shall be prescribed by the Utah State Money Management Council and is subject to change as the Council deems necessary.
6-3-5 Surety Bond Premium Payments. For all surety bonds covered in this chapter, premiums shall be paid out of the County funds of Weber County, Utah.
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ESTABLISHMENT OF WEBER COUNTY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Sections 6-4-1 Establishment of Precinct Justice of the Peace
6-4-1 Establishment of Precinct Justice of the Peace. The Board of County Commissioners of Weber County, Utah, hereby establishes a precinct Justice of the Peace in and for Weber County, with boundaries encompassing all of Weber County. (Added by Ord. 1-84, 4/9/84)
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SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION DEPARTMENTAll of Chapter 5 under Title 6 was repealed by Ordinance 13-94, adopted on April 20, 1994.
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COMPENSATION FOR SPECIAL SERVICES
Sections 6-6-1 Reason for Ordinance
6-6-2 Compensation to Retain Property of County
6-6-3 Employees to Notify Department Heads
6-6-4 Department Heads to Report Such Compensation to County Commissioners
6-6-5 Compensation to be Paid to County Treasurer
6-6-7 Intent to Require Payment
6-6-9 Enforcement by County Attorney (Added by Ord. 2-83, Feb. 26, 1983)
6-6-1 Reason for Ordinance. Whereas Weber County Government provides services to certain special users which services may require the use or allocation of departmental or employee resources, or time; and
Whereas certain special users which services may require the use or allocation of departmental or employee resources, or time; and
Whereas certain opportunities for outside, reimbursed work may arise only from or on account of an employee or elected official's employment opposition with county government; and
Whereas the compensation for such services should be to the County when the county has provided the necessary facilities, including but not limited to employee time.
6-6-2 Compensation to Remain Property of County. All compensation for service arising out of or related to county government is and shall remain the property of Weber County.
6-6-3 Employees to Notify Department Head. All employees are required to notify their department head of any compensation for services performed for any agency or individual for which compensation is paid to the employee in addition to whatever salary or benefits the employee receives directly from the County.
6-6-4 Department Heads to Report Compensation to County Commissioners. It shall be the responsibility of the department head or elected official to report all such compensation to the Board of County Commissioners.
6-6-5 Compensation to be Paid to County Treasury. All such compensation for services must, within 30 days of the adoption of this ordinance, be paid directly to the Weber County Treasurer by the recipient of such services.
6-6-6 Exception. Any exception to this policy may be granted on a case by case basis by the Board of County Commissioners by official action following a hearing on a petition for an exception from this policy.
6-6-7 Intent to Require Payment. It is the intent of this ordinance to require payment to the County of all monies received by reason of an employee or elected official's position with the county and not to foreclose part-time or outside employment for work not related to county government.
6-6-8 Penalty. Violation of this ordinance shall be grounds for termination of employment with the County.
6-6-9 Enforcement by County Attorney. The County Attorney is directed to enforce this ordinance including seeking criminal and civil relief for its violation.
The following exemptions have been granted to Title 6, Chapter 6: 6-6-2 January 6, 1986. Commissioner Hunter was granted an exemption to this ordinance, and will be allowed to keep any remuneration he may receive as a result of serving on the Weber County Mosquito Abatement Board and the Governor's Council on Energy Conservation.
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EMPLOYEES USE OF COUNTY EQUIPMENT AND OR TIME
Sections 6-7-1 Restriction of Use
6-7-2 Violation Grounds for Termination of Employment
6-7-3 Violation is a Misdemeanor
6-7-4 Enforcement by County Attorney (Added by Ord. 13-85, 6/10/85)
6-7-1 Restriction of Use. No employee of Weber County shall possess, control, or use in any way, equipment or property belonging to Weber County and/or any employees time while receiving compensation from the County, for any personal use or gain; except upon express permission of the Board of County Commissioners granted in a public meeting. Incidental telephone calls either made or received while receiving compensation from Weber County shall be exempt from this ordinance.
6-7-2 Violation Grounds for Termination of Employment. A violation of this ordinance is grounds for termination of employment with Weber County.
6-7-3 Violation is a Misdemeanor. A violation of this ordinance shall constitute a class B misdemeanor, punishable by fine of $299.00 or six (6) months in jail, or both.
6-7-4 Enforcement by County Attorney. The County Attorney shall be directed to enforce this ordinance, seeking all criminal and civil relief available for a violation.
The following exemptions to ordinance 6-7-1 have been granted by the Weber County Commission:
1. July 1, 1985. The Building Maintenance supervisor may take a County vehicle and tool box home in the evenings, to facilitate his being on 24 hour call.
An additional person may also take a County vehicle and tool box home on weekends, to assist in emergencies that may arise in the County.
2. July 8, 1985. The Office of Support Services has been granted permission for staff members of the Summer Youth Employment Program, which runs from June 10th to August 19, 1985, to take the vehicles home so they can go straight to the pickup point each morning. This practice will continue during the summer months and the Summer
Youth Employment Project Director will have discretion to continue or discontinue the practice.
Adult IIA Program line staff will be allowed to take home the two Toyota pickup trucks and return them the next morning. The trucks are used for various county purposes.
Subject to the directors discretion, employees will be allowed to take a County vehicle home if they are attending a meeting after regular working hours.
The following vehicles are affected:
1979 Toyota pickup
1979 Toyota pickup
1985 Plymouth Minivan
3. August 7, 1985. The Planning Commission has been granted the right to use County equipment at the following times:
County vehicle to be taken home by the Director of the Planning Commission for starting or ending County operations both before and after County working hours.
Designated staff to take County vehicles home during winter months and at other times where it is advantageous for the County.
4. October 2, 1985. In compliance with Section IV, paragraph B, of the Basic Disaster Plan, the Director of Emergency Services was granted an exception to the ordinance and will be allowed to take a County vehicle home. This will allow him to be in constant vehicle radio contract and able to respond 24 hours a day.
5. December 4, 1985. Archie Skeen, Director of Parks and Recreation, was granted a two vehicle exemption for his department. "One vehicle is used extensively in the South Fork Park for park reservations, garbage clean up, tool and equipment transportation, week-end and security night patrol, snow depth monitoring and removal, plus many additional daily duties. A phone call to Paul can put the County vehicle at troubled areas within minutes."
Mr. Skeen was granted the use of a vehicle because of his being on "24-hour on-call status that is required to manage the various programs and tournaments at different locations throughout the County."
6. December 9, 1985. Rip Skeen, Director of Roads and Bridges, was granted an exemption because of his being on 24 hour calls. The foreman of the department was also granted an exemption because of his on callbasis.
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Sections 6-8-1 Merit Rules Incorporated By Reference
6-8-2 Place Where Filed
6-8-1 Merit Rules Incorporated by Reference. The Weber County Merit System Personnel Policies and Procedures, Fifth Edition January 1984, has been adopted by the Weber County Board of Commissioners and published as a code in loose leaf form, hereby incorporated into and made a part of this ordinance to the same extent and effect as though it were set forth in full herein.
6-8-2 Place Where Filed. Three (3) copies of the Weber County Merit System Personnel Polices and Procedures shall be filed for use and examination by the public in the office of the County Clerk of Weber County, State of Utah.
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DISPOSITION OF OVERAGE PAID ON RECORDING FEES
Sections 6-9-1 Overage Received Thru the Mail
6-9-2 Personal Appearance Necessary to Recover Amounts of $4.00 or Less
6-9-1 Overage Received Thru The Mail. No Weber County Office including, but not limited to, the Treasurer or Recorder, is required to refund any amount paid on any fee, if the fee is received thru the mail and the amount of the overage is $4 or less. The administration costs involved in issuing said refunds exceeds the amount refundable. When it is necessary to send a refund, the County Office involved may charge an Administrative Fee of up to $4 to cover costs incurred in preparation and mailing of said refund. (Amended 6-19-96, Ord. 96-20)
6-9-2 Personal Appearance Necessary to Recover Amounts of $4 or Less. Any amount of $4 or less can be secured by personal appearance to the applicable Weber County Office.
(Amended 6-19-96, Ord. 96-20)
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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 10 OF TITLE 6 OF THE
WEBER COUNTY ORDINANCES SPECIFYING THE PROCEDURES
FOR THE PREPARATION, REVIEW, ENACTMENT AND
PUBLICATION OF ORDINANCES OF WEBER COUNTY
(Amended March 22, 2005, Ord. 2005-3)
WHEREAS, ordinances are periodically proposed for enactment by the Board of County Commissioners of Weber County; and
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners desires to adopt methods for the consistent tracking of such ordinances from proposal through enactment or rejection; and
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners desires that each proposed ordinance be thoroughly evaluated for its legal and economic impact; and
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Weber County desires that the county web site containing the ordinances and the ordinance books throughout the County be updated from time to time as new ordinances are enacted or existing ordinances are amended or repealed;
NOW THEREFORE, the Board of County Commissioners of Weber County ordains as follows:
6-10-1 Prior to the development of any ordinance, the concept, outline and summary thereof shall be submitted to the Board of County Commissioners (hereinafter “Board”) together with the Weber County Ordinance Development Control and Summary Sheet, for a county commissioner’s review and development authorization.
6-10-2 After preliminary approval of the summary and outline, the originating department shall create an initial draft of the proposed ordinance and submit it to the county attorney’s office for legal analysis and preparation as to form. After receiving the initial draft of the proposed ordinance, the Attorney shall:
1. Review the need for the proposed ordinance with the initiating person or office/department;
2. Review existing ordinances and statutes that relate to the proposed ordinance; and review the proposed ordinance for constitutional compliance and/or other legal issues;
3. Submit the proposed ordinance to the county clerk/auditor to analyze tax and budgetary impacts and also to assign proper section numbers in accordance with the ordinance numbering system. The clerk/auditor’s office shall then return the draft to the county attorney’s office for further development.
6-10-3 The County Attorney’s Office shall:
1. Complete a second draft of the proposed ordinance incorporating proper legislative format, noting any sections to be repealed and assigning proper section numbers in accordance with the ordinance numbering system;
2. Submit the second draft of the proposed ordinance to the requesting client or agency for review and comment; and
3. Prepare a final draft of the ordinance and approve the ordinance as to form.
6-10-4 The sponsoring agency or client will calendar the proposed ordinance on the Board̓s public meeting agenda to explain the necessity or basis for the proposed ordinance and request that the Board approve a first reading of the proposed ordinance.
6-1 0-5 The Board may enact the ordinance at the first reading if it deems immediate enactment necessary or may set the ordinance over for a second reading and/or a public hearing.
6-1 0-6 When the proposed ordinance is enacted by the Board, the county clerk shall publish the required notice of the ordinance giving its effective date.
6-10-7 The county clerk of weber county shall be responsible for keeping revised ordinances of Weber County current and correct at all times. The clerk shall within fifteen days of the passage of any new ordinance update the master copy of said ordinances contained in the Weber County computer system. The clerk is responsible for preparing hard copies of said ordinance and delivering the same to the various county offices possessing the loose leaf style copy of the revised ordinances of Weber County. The clerk will amend the table of contents and the index of ordinances to ensure complete and accurate ordinance books at all times. Loose leaf style copies of the revised ordinance copies are located at the:
Animal Control Services
Clerk/Auditor ’s Office
County Commission Office
Fairgrounds/Golden Spike Arena
Human Resources Department
Information Technology Division
The clerk shall also be responsible for making any additional copies of the revised ordinance of Weber County as are necessary or as required by the board of county commissioners of Weber County.
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TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SURVEYS CONDUCTED
AND FILED IN WEBER COUNTY
Sections 6-12-1 Purpose and Definitions
6-12-2 Filing of Plats
6-12-1 Purpose and Definitions.
6-12-1.1 Purpose. This Chapter is enacted to provide a method for preserving evidence of land surveys by establishing standards and procedures for monumenting and for filing a public record of the surveys.
a. Boundary Monument. Any physical object, regardless of type of material or marking, intended to represent a property corner or line.
b. Land Surveyor. Means a person who is qualified to practice land surveying by reason of special knowledge of the technique of measuring land, the basic principles of mathematics, the related physical and applied sciences, the relevant requirements of the law for adequate evidence, and the requisites to surveying of real property, and who is licensed pursuant to Utah Code Annotated, 58-22-101 et seq., (2003) as amended, or who qualifies under one of the non-licensing exception of U.C.A. 58-22-305, (2003) as amended.
6-12-2 Filing of Plats.
1.a. Each land surveyor making a survey of lands within Weber County who establishes or reestablishes any boundary line, or obtain data for constructing a map or plat showing a boundary line shall file a map of the survey that meets the requirements of this section with the county surveyor within 90 days of the establishment of the boundary.
b. The County Surveyor shall file and index the map of the survey.
2. This map shall show:
a. The location by quarter section or lot number, section number, township and range.
b. The date of the survey, meaning the date the survey and/or map/plat was prepared.
c. The scale at which it is drawn and a North arrow. When viewing the plat with the long dimension in a horizontal position, North or East must be to the top of the plat.
d. The distance and bearing of all lines traced or established by the survey. If such a line is a curve, the radius, arc length, and central angle must be shown. If the curve is not tangent to straight lines at the point of curvature, the chord bearing must be shown as well.
e. The basis of bearings for the survey. The words "Basis of Bearing" must be shown on the plat between two existing, described government monuments. The government monuments may be section corners, city or county street monuments, or horizontal network stations maintained by a government agency. The Utah State Plane Grid bearing must be used where it is readily available.
f. A measurable mathematical relationship between the property and the monument from which it is described. If that monument is not in place, its mathematical location must be shown as well as a mathematical relationship to a monument in place.
g. All measured bearings or distances separately indicated from those of record if not in agreement.
h. A written boundary description of the property surveyed.
i. The mathematical relationship between all monuments found or set.
j. A detailed description of all monuments found or set including type, size, length and how marked, indicated separately.
k. The name of the person purchasing the surveying service.
l. The seal or stamp and signature of the Registered Land Surveyor responsible for the survey.
m. The surveyor's business name and address.
3.a. The map shall contain a written narrative that explains and identifies:
(i) The purpose of the survey.
(ii) The basis on which lines were established. The surveyor should explain what decisions he made in formulating the boundary such as the basis of bearing for the description or the use of any proration methods.
(iii) The found monuments or deed elements that controlled the established or reestablished lines. If the description calls for any monuments in the broad sense of the term (right-of-way lines, subdivision boundaries, fences, etc.) the surveyor should indicate what he found relating to these calls.
b. If the narrative is a separate document, it shall also contain:
(i) Location by quarter section or lot number, section number, township and range.
(ii) Date of survey.
(iii) Surveyor's stamp or seal and signature.
(iv) Surveyor's business name and address.
c. The map and narrative shall be referenced to each other if they are separate documents.
4.a. Maps shall be filed on linen or mylar at one of two sizes; 18" x 24" or 24"x 36".
b. Separate narrative shall be filed on 8 ½" x 11" linen or mylar.
5.a. The minimum standard for a boundary monument shall be a number five rebar 24" in length. Where grounds conditions do not permit such monumentation, substitute monuments must be durably and visibly marked or tagged with the registration number of the surveyor in charge.
b. If the monument is set by a public officer, it shall be marked with the official title of the office.
6-12-3 Fees. The County Surveyor shall collect a twenty dollar ($20) filing fee for each survey filed to cover administration expenses. For surveys containing more than one sheet, the County Surveyor shall collect an additional twenty dollars ($20) for each additional sheet contained in the survey.
6-12-4 Penalty. A violation of the provisions of this ordinance or conducting a survey without a license shall constitute a Class B misdemeanor, carrying the applicable penalties as prescribed by law.
This ordinance shall take effect fifteen (15) days after publication in a newspaper having general circulation in Weber County.
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CONSOLIDATION ORDINANCE (WEBER COUNTY CLERK, AUDITOR,
Sections 6-13-1 Consolidation confirmed (This Title amended 9/9/91, Ord.19-91. Repealed 2/14/94, Ord. 5-94, effective ½/95. Recombining of Clerk/Auditor adopted by Ord. #6-94, adopted 2/14/94, effective ½/95)
6-13-1 Consolidation confirmed. The duties, functions, and responsibilities of the Weber County Clerk and the Weber County Auditor are hereby consolidated with the consolidation to take effect at 12:02 a.m., on Monday, January 2, 1995, which is the first Monday of January next succeeding a general election.
a. The consolidation referred to in Section 1 above shall not in any way affect the term of office of the present Weber County Clerk/Auditor/Treasurer, which terms end January 2, 1995.
b. As provided for in Section 17-16-3, Utah Code Annotated (1953) as amended, the enactment of this ordinance will be effective on Monday January 2, 1995. For that reason only one person shall be elected to the office of Weber County Clerk/Auditor and one person to the office of the Treasurer in the 1994 election and every four years thereafter.
c. The term of office for the Weber County Clerk-Auditor shall be a term of four (4) years, commencing on the first Monday in January, 1995 through and including the first Monday in January, 1999, with each term to be four (4) years thereafter. The term of office for the Weber County Treasurer shall be a term of four (4) years, commencing on the first Monday, in January, 1995, through and including the first Monday in January, 1999, with each term to be four (4) years thereafter.
d. The annual salary of the Weber County Clerk/Auditor effective January 2, 1995, shall be and is hereby established at $51,646 but shall be automatically increased as of January 2, 1995, to reflect any cost of living granted to elected officials in 1994.
e. The annual salary of the Weber County Treasurer effective January 2, 1995, shall be and is hereby established at $51,646, but shall be automatically increased as of January 2, 1995, to reflect any cost of living granted to elected officials in 1994.
6-13-2 Publication. The Weber County Auditor/Clerk/Treasurer is hereby directed to publish a notice in the Standard Examiner declaring that persons may file for the office of Weber County Clerk/Auditor and the Weber County Treasurer by filing and paying the statutory filing fee. Further, the Weber County Clerk shall inform each of the political parties in Weber County of the reconsolidation. The purpose for directing the Auditor/Clerk/Treasurer to publish notice in the paper and inform each political party within the County is to allow any person who meets the statutory requirement to