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The Office of the City Clerk is a service department within municipal government that the City Council, all city departments, and the general public rely upon for information regarding the legislative history and operations of the city.
The city clerk is the local official for elections, the Political Reform Act, the Maddy Act, the Public Records Act, and the Brown Act. Before and after the City Council takes action, the city clerk ensures that actions relating to, but not limited to, agendas and minutes, ordinances, resolutions, and agreements are in compliance with all federal, state, and local statutes and that all actions are properly executed, recorded, and filed.
Pursuant to the City of Dixon Code Chapter 11.03, the owner or the occupant of any premise must file a written notice objecting to the delivery of any handbills.
Pursuant to the City of Dixon Code Chapter 11.03, the owner or the occupant of the following premises has filed a written notice objecting to receiving of any handbills. Therefore, no person shall distribute any handbills to or upon any of these premises.