COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR ORDINANCE NO. 991144
Chapter 2, Code of Ordinances, by repealing Section 2-1020, Annual financial
disclosure, and enacting in lieu thereof a new section of like number and
IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KANSAS CITY:
1. That Chapter 2, Code of Ordinances of the City of Kansas City, Missouri, is
hereby amended by repealing Section 2-1020, Annual financial disclosure, and
enacting in lieu thereof a new section of like number and subject matter, to
read as follows:
2-1020. Annual financial disclosure.
Disclosure to Missouri Ethics Commission. Members of the council, including the
mayor, the city manager and assistants, the city clerk, the city auditor, the
commissioner of purchases and supplies, the city attorney, and the directors of
all departments of the city, shall file financial statements with the city
clerk and the Missouri Ethics Commission in conformance with Chapter 105 of the
Revised Statutes of Missouri.
Disclosure to the supreme court. Judges of the city municipal division of the
circuit court shall file disclosure reports required of judges by the Supreme
Court of Missouri, and will not be required to duplicate filings with the
Missouri Ethics Commission or the city clerk.
Disclosure to the city clerk. Members of all boards and commissions and
designated contractors of the city, except members and contractors who are
required to file a financial disclosure statement under subsection (a) of this
ordinance, shall file an annual financial disclosure report on a form provided
by the city clerk, which shall provide the following information before May 1
of each year:
who are contractors and/or suppliers of the city, and from whom the appointee
received income of $10,000.00 or more during the period covered by the report;
sole proprietorship who are contractors and/or suppliers of the city, owned by
general partnership and joint venture who are contractors and/or suppliers of
the city, and in which the appointee is a partner or participant;
closely‑held corporation or limited partnership who are contractors
and/or suppliers of the city, and in which the appointee owns ten percent or
more of any class of the outstanding stock or units;
publicly‑traded corporation or limited partnership who are contractors
and/or suppliers of the city, and which is listed on a regulated stock exchange
or automated quotation system in which the appointee owns two percent or more
of any class of outstanding stock, units or other equity interests;
income of $9,999.99 or more from any single source who are contractors and/or
suppliers to the city, and not otherwise included in the report;
corporation who is a contractor and/or supplier to the city, and in which the
appointee served as a director, officer or receivers;
not‑for‑profit corporation, association, organization or union in
which the appointee served as an officer, director, employee or trustee, except
church, fraternal or service organizations where no pay was received; and
and children who were employed by the city, and what department they worked
property owned and/or managed in whole or in part by member, spouse or
dependent children within corporate boundaries.
Board and commissions defined. Members of boards and commissions required to
file annual financial disclosure reports with the city clerk shall include
those persons who are members of the following boards and commissions:
of trustees of city trusts.
of zoning adjustment.
and fire code board of appeals.
video advisory board.
retirement system board of trustees.
in city contracts board.
in construction board.
pension system board of trustees.
control board of review.
review boards, including Main Street Special Review Board.
tourist development fund committee.
and recreation board of commissioners.
maintenance appeals board.
improvement advisory committee.
code advisory board.
Designated contractors defined. Members of designated contractors shall be
required by contract with the city to file annual financial disclosure reports
with the city clerk, and shall include those persons who are members of the
industrial expansion authority.
clearance for redevelopment authority.
increment financing commission.
and Vine Authority.
and Visitors Bureau of Greater Kansas City.
City, Missouri, Assistance Corporation.
ambulance services trust.
Time for filing by members of boards and commissions. The first disclosure
report required of members of boards and commissions shall be filed with the
city clerk prior to being sworn in. An annual revised disclosure report shall
be filed by May 1 of each calendar year. Failure to file the report by June 1
of each year shall be deemed a tender of resignation by the member failing to
file which resignation shall be deemed accepted as of June 1 of the respective
Time for filing by members of designated contractors. The first disclosure
report required of members of designated contractors shall be filed with the
city clerk within 30 days of the execution of the contract requiring
disclosure. If the contract extends beyond one year, an annual revised
disclosure report shall be filed by May 1 of each calendar year during which
the contract exists.
as to form and legality: