CHAPTER 15 CORPORATION COUNSEL 15.01 - Taylor County

CHAPTER 15 CORPORATION COUNSEL 15.01 - Taylor County

Chapter 15 – Corporation Counsel Page 1 of 2 CHAPTER 15 CORPORATION COUNSEL 15.01 POSITION ESTABLISHED. There is established the position of Corpora...

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Chapter 15 – Corporation Counsel

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CHAPTER 15 CORPORATION COUNSEL 15.01 POSITION ESTABLISHED. There is established the position of Corporation Counsel for Taylor County. The Corporation Counsel must be an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Wisconsin, shall be appointed by the County Board of Supervisors, and shall be under the authority of the County Board's Executive Committee. 15.02 History:

Amended, Ordinance 571, 10/27/2010

15.03 DUTIES. The Corporation Counsel shall provide legal advice and services to the Taylor County Board of Supervisors, its members, committees, commissions, agencies, and departments including: (1) Review all contracts, agreements, memorandums of understanding and other documents to which the County is a party and which documents commit the County to pay money, provide services, or property; (2) Initiate and prosecute all civil suits on behalf of the County; (3) Defend the County in all suits to which the County is a party when no other defense is provided; (4) Represent the County in all proceedings under Chapters 48, 49, 51, 54, 55, 59 and 767 of the Wisconsin State Statutes; History:

Amended, Ordinance 571, 10/27/2010

(5) Appear before administrative or regulatory agencies on behalf of Taylor County; (6) Perform the duties of revisor of the Taylor County Code; (7) Prosecute all actions commenced pursuant to Section 11.03, Taylor County Code, to recover expenses of defending indigent persons. 15.04 History:

Amended, Ordinance 527, 10/26/2005 Amended, Ordinance 571, 10/27/2010

15.05 History:

Amended, Ordinance 571, 10/27/2010

15.06 PRIVATE LAW PRACTICE. The Corporation Counsel may maintain a private law practice.

Chapter 15 – Corporation Counsel

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Amended, Ordinance 571, 10/27/2010

15.07 CONTRACTED POSITION. The position of Corporation Counsel shall be considered a contracted position with no benefits provided by Taylor County. History:

Amended, Ordinance 527, 10/26/2005 Amended, Ordinance 571, 10/27/2010

15.08 REVISOR OF THE COUNTY CODE. (1) The Corporation Counsel is the revisor of the Taylor County Code. (2) The revisor shall review all ordinances and resolutions of continuing effect into a single corpus, which shall be called the Taylor County Code. The number system and organization of the Code shall be similar to that used in the Wisconsin Statutes. The revisor shall maintain the Code in completely up-to-date form. History:

Amended, Ordinance 571, 10/27/2010

(3) In the interests of uniformity and clarity, all members of the County Board are required to submit copies of proposed resolutions and ordinances to the revisor before they are sent to the County Clerk pursuant to the rules of the County Board. The revisor will assist any supervisor in the drafting of an ordinance or resolution in proper legal form and with appropriate numbering. (4) In order that the revisor may perform his duties efficiently, the County Clerk shall transmit to the revisor copies of all Board actions, including maps, charts, diagrams, and other materials. History:

Created, Ordinance 237, 11/87 Repealed and Recreated, Ordinance 272, 1/90