TOWN OF WOLCOTT
ORDINANCE NO. 2001-03
AN ORDINANCE PROMOTING THE INTERST OF BUSINESS
WHEREAS, The Council of the Town of Wolcott has from time to time the need to promote the interests of the Town of Wolcott in promoting industrial, commercial and residential development within its town boundary; and
WHEREAS, The Council of the Town of Wolcott has seen need to is authorized to budget and appropriate funds from the General Fund of the town to pay expenses or to reimburse town officials as the case may be for expenses incurred in promotion the Town’s best interest.
Such expenses may include but shall not be limited to rental of meeting places, donations, booth space, meals, decorations, memorabilia, awards, expenses incurred in interviewing job applicants, expenses incurred in promoting industrial, commercial and residential development, expenses incurred in developing relationships with other units of government, and any other expense of a civic or governmental nature deemed by the Town Council to be in the interests of the Town.
This section shall apply for the year 2001 and each subsequent year in which there is a sum budgeted and appropriated by the town for such purposes, and the amount therefore shall be the amount so budgeted and appropriated and as added to, if required, by compliance with the applicable laws as to additional appropriations.
Passed and adopted by the common Council of the Town of Wolcott, White County, State of Indiana, this 16th day of January, 2001.
JAMES D. MILLS, PRESIDENT
SUSAN R. MINNIEAR, MEMBER
ROBIN D. HENSLER, MEMBER
LINDA S. BAJZATT, CLERK-TREASURER