HB2904 S GOV AM #1
The Committee on Government Organization moved to amend the bill by striking out everything after the enacting clause and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
CHAPTER 5. GENERAL POWERS AND AUTHORITY OF THE GOVERNOR, SECRETARY OF STATE AND ATTORNEY GENERAL; BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS; MISCELLANEOUS AGENCIES, COMMISSIONS, OFFICES, PROGRAMS, ETC.
ARTICLE 2. SECRETARY OF STATE.
§5-2-4. Accessible County Records; Required Information.
(a) The Secretary of State shall maintain a website with certain county information. The website shall be updated annually.
(b) On or before January 31, 2018 the county officer information website shall be updated by the Secretary of State.
(c) The website shall contain the following minimum information regarding county officials:
(1) The official title and name of each county office holder;
(2) The contact information for each county office holder, including telephone number, facsimile number, office location and mailing address;
(3) The electronic mail address of each elected county office holder where available; and
(4) The website of each county commission, where available.
CHAPTER 7. COUNTY COMMISSIONS AND OFFICERS.
ARTICLE 1. COUNTY COMMISSIONS GENERALLY.
§7–1-3pp. Accessible County Records; Required Information.
(a) Beginning July 1, 2017, each County Commission may maintain a website that provides the following information without charge:
(1) The title and name of each elected county office holder;
(2) The contact information of each elected county office holder, including office telephone number, facsimile number, office location and mailing address;
(3) The government electronic mail address of each elected county office holder.
(4) A copy of each county ordinance as adopted;
(5) A copy of the approved meeting minutes; and
(6) A schedule of regular meeting days for each calendar year.
(b) Beginning on or before December 31, 2017, and each year thereafter, the Secretary of State shall obtain the following information:
(1) A list of each elected county official by title, with the name of the elected official;
(2) The office contact information for each county office holder; and
(3) The website address of the County Commission website, where available.
§7‑1‑7. Record books.
(a) Beginning on July 1, 2017, the county commission shall, within sixty days of adoption, through the clerk of the commission, enter into a separate book the complete record of all ordinances adopted by the county commission. The clerk shall list, along with each ordinance in the book, the provision of the West Virginia Code authorizing each ordinance. The clerk shall maintain the book in his or her office and shall make available a copy to the county sheriff. Compiling all such ordinances adopted by the county commission and publishing the same on a publically available internet website as delineated in section 3pp of this article shall constitute full compliance with the provisions of this section.
court commission of every county shall provide two
record books for the use of the court county commission, in one
of which shall be entered all the proceedings of such court county
commission in relation to contested elections, all matters of probate, the
appointment of appraisers of the estates of decedents and the appointment and
qualification of personal representatives, guardians, committees and curators,
and the settlement of their accounts, and all matters relating to apprentices;
and in the other of said books shall be entered all the other proceedings of
such court county commission: Provided, however,
That said court county commission shall provide and keep such
additional or different record books as may be specially required by law.