Idaho Statutes

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50-208.  Duties of treasurer — Record of outstanding bonds. (1) The treasurer of each city shall be the custodian of all moneys belonging to the city. He shall account for each fund or appropriation made in its annual budget appropriation or otherwise directed by the city council. Such accounting shall track the debits and credits relating thereto. The treasurer shall on a monthly basis, and no more than sixty (60) days after the conclusion of each month at a regular meeting of the city council, render an accounting to the city council showing the financial condition of the treasury at the date of such accounting. The report shall state the balances of accounts maintained in the city’s treasury. The treasurer shall also make available credit and debit details of all such accounts when required by the mayor or by action of the governing board. Making the quarterly treasurer’s report available for public review on the city’s website within thirty (30) days of the conclusion of each quarter shall satisfy publication requirements established by section 50-1011, Idaho Code.
(2)  The treasurer shall also keep a record of all outstanding bonds against the city showing the number, amount of each, and to whom said bonds were issued and when any bonds are purchased, paid, or canceled. In his annual report, the treasurer shall describe particularly the bonds issued and sold during the year and the fiscal terms of the sale including the expenses related thereto.
(3)  Upon notification by the state controller, the treasurer shall comply with the accounting and fiscal reporting requirements set forth in the uniform accounting manual for local governmental entities authorized under section 67-1075, Idaho Code.

[50-208, added 1967, ch. 429, sec. 72, p. 1249; am. 1976, ch. 49, sec. 2, p. 148; am. 2017, ch. 129, sec. 1, p. 303; am. 2021, ch. 89, sec. 15, p. 309.]

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