(a) In the enforcement of this part, the Chief Administrative Officer shall be subject
to the direction and control of the Frederick County Ethics Commission and, unless
otherwise specifically directed by the County Ethics Commission, may only:
(1) receive filings;
(2) maintain records;
(3) report violations; and
(4) perform other ministerial duties necessary to administer this part.
(b)(1) The affidavits and disclosures required under this part shall be filed in the
appropriate case file of an application.
(2) The Chief Administrative Officer, at least twice each year, shall prepare a summary
report compiling all affidavits and disclosures that have been filed in the application
(3) All summary reports compiled under paragraph (2) of this subsection shall be available
to members of the public on written request.
(4) All affidavits, disclosures, and accompanying documentation required under this
part shall be in the form required by the Frederick County Ethics Commission.
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