VILLAGE OF NASHVILLE
An Ordinance for establishing the position
of Village Treasurer:
The Village of Nashville Ordains:
Section 1. Establishment of Office. In accordance with the authority
for the appointment of such Village Officers as the Council shall deem necessary for the execution of the powers granted to
the Village in accordance with Act No 3, Public Acts of 1895, as amended, there is hereby established the Office of the Village
Treasurer. The Village Treasurer is an administrative officer of the Village.
Section 2. Appointment of Village Treasurer. The Village President
shall nominate, and the Village Council shall appoint, the Village Treasurer. The Treasurer shall serve
at the pleasure of the Village Council and may be removed by the affirmative vote of four or more Trustees. The
Village Treasurer will report and be responsible to the Village Council for the official functions and activities of the Treasurer’s
Section 3. Duties. The
Treasurer shall possess all the powers vested in and shall be charged with all the duties imposed upon Treasurers by State
law. In addition, the Treasurer shall perform all other such duties in the manner prescribed by the Charter
of the Village, the ordinances of the Village, or by State law. The Treasurer shall perform such other
duties as may be assigned or prescribed by State law, the Village Charter, ordinances of the Village or the Council.
The Treasurer shall:
1. Have custody of all
monies of the Village and all evidence of value belonging to the Village, or held in trust by the Village.
2. Receive all monies belonging to and receivable by the Village, that may
be collected by any officials or employees of the Village, including license fees, taxes, assessments, utility charges, and
all other charges belonging to and payable to the Village, and in all cases give a receipt therefore.
3. Keep and deposit all monies or funds in such manner and only in such places
as may be determined and report the same in detail to the Village Council and in accordance with the Charter, State law, ordinances,
4. Have such powers, duties, and perogatives
as are conferred by law to enforce the collection of State, County, Village, and School taxes upon real and personal property.
5. Have custody of all investments and invested funds of the Village or in
its possession in a fiduciary capacity.
6. Safely keep
all bonds and notes of the Village.
Section 4. Severability.
If any portion of this ordinance or the application
thereof any person or circumstances shall be found to be invalid by a
court, such invalidity shall not affect the remaining portions or applications of the ordinance which can be given effect
without the invalid portion or applications provided that such remaining portions or applications are not determined by said
court to be inoperable, and to this end this ordinance is declared to be severable.
Section 5. Repeal of Conflicting Ordinances. All ordinances or
Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
Section 6. Effective
Date. This ordinance shall become effective forty-five (45) days after its adoption unless otherwise
provided by State law.
Adopted - 9-9-1999
Published - 9-21-1999
Effective - 11-4-1999
Ayes: Wheeler, Whiter, Wolff, Kenyon, Pash, Dunham, Mapes.