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File #: 21-0711    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Discussion Items Status: Passed
File created: 6/7/2021 In control: Council Work Session
On agenda: 6/8/2021 Final action: 6/8/2021
Title: Formal Adoption of an Ordinance of the Legislative Body of Salt Lake County, Utah, Amending Section 2.86.050 of the Salt Lake County Code of Ordinances, 2001, Entitled "Emergency Response and Recovery - Powers of the Mayor," Section 3.16.110 of the Salt Lake County Code of Ordinances, 2001, Entitled "Purchasing Agent - Conflict of Interest Prohibited," and Section 3.20.040 of the Salt Lake County Code of Ordinances, 2001, Entitled "Purchasing Procedures - Emergency Procurements" Establishing Limitations on the Length of a Contract Entered Into for an Emergency Procurement and Prohibiting Emergency Procurements Benefiting County Elected and Appointed Officials or Their Household and/or Immediate Family Members
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Emergency Procurement Ordinance Draft (5-18-21)(AATF)

Requested Agenda Date:

6/8/2021

 

Requested Agenda Title:

Title

Formal Adoption of an Ordinance of the Legislative Body of Salt Lake County, Utah, Amending Section 2.86.050 of the Salt Lake County Code of Ordinances, 2001, Entitled “Emergency Response and Recovery - Powers of the Mayor,” Section 3.16.110 of the Salt Lake County Code of Ordinances, 2001, Entitled “Purchasing Agent - Conflict of Interest Prohibited,” and Section 3.20.040 of the Salt Lake County Code of Ordinances, 2001, Entitled “Purchasing Procedures - Emergency Procurements” Establishing Limitations on the Length of a Contract Entered Into for an Emergency Procurement and Prohibiting Emergency Procurements Benefiting County Elected and Appointed Officials or Their Household and/or Immediate Family Members

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Requested Agenda Item Description: The ongoing COVID-19 emergency revealed some holes in Salt Lake County ordinances that need to be filled.

 

Requested Action: Discussion - Vote Needed

 

Presenter(s) (with titles): Sponsors: Council Member Richard Snelgrove and Council Member Aimee Winder Newton 

 

Time Needed: 15 MINS

 

Is this Item Time-Sensitive and/or Requesting a Time-Certain? No

 

Requesting Staff Member: Sam Klemm, Senior Policy Advisor

 

Are Supporting Documents Needed for this Agenda Item Request? Yes

 

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