City of Laconia, NH
Belknap County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Laconia 12-29-1975 as Ch. 62 of the Public Ordinances of 1975. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Auditor — See Ch. 13.
Council rules — See Ch. 19.
Finances — See Ch. 31.
Highway Safety Commission — See Ch. 41.
Meetings — See Ch. 53.
Park and Recreation Commission — See Ch. 59.
Planning Board — See Ch. 63.
Salaries and compensation — See Ch. 81.
Trustees of Trust Funds — See Ch. 93.
Board of Water Commissioners — See Ch. 99.
Article I Legislative Authority; Departmental Organization

§ 5-1 Legislative authority.

§ 5-2 Administrative departments.

§ 5-3 Powers and duties of department heads.

§ 5-4 Appointment of department heads; removal; compensation.

§ 5-5 Subordinate positions.

Article II Municipal Departments

§ 5-6 Administration Department.

§ 5-7 Assessing Department.

§ 5-8 Finance, Collection, Personnel, Purchasing and Welfare Department.

§ 5-9 (Reserved)

§ 5-10 Fire Department.

§ 5-11 Code Enforcement Department.

§ 5-12 Legal Department.

§ 5-13 Library Department.

§ 5-14 Parks and Recreation Department.

§ 5-15 Planning Department.

§ 5-16 Public Works Department.

§ 5-17 Records Department.

§ 5-18 Water Department.

§ 5-19 (Reserved)

Article III Boards and Commissions

§ 5-20 Establishment; appointments.

§ 5-21 Board of Assessors.

§ 5-22 Personnel Advisory Board.

§ 5-23 Planning Board.

§ 5-24 Zoning Board of Adjustment.

§ 5-25 Trustees of the Trust Funds.

§ 5-26 Parks and Recreation Commission.

§ 5-27 Housing Board.

§ 5-28 Building Code Board of Appeal.

§ 5-29 Licensing Board.

§ 5-30 Conservation Commission.

§ 5-31 Housing and Redevelopment Authority.

§ 5-32 Other boards and committees.

Article IV Purchasing Procedure

§ 5-33 Purpose.

§ 5-34 Application.

§ 5-35 Definitions.

§ 5-36 Public access to procurement information.

§ 5-37 Establishment of purchasing agent.

§ 5-38 Principal duties.

§ 5-39 Operational procedures.

§ 5-40 Competitive sealed bidding.

§ 5-41 Competitive sealed proposals.

§ 5-42 Contracting for designated professional services.

§ 5-43 Small purchases.

§ 5-44 Sole-source and emergency procurement.

§ 5-45 Cancellation of invitations for bids or requests for proposals.

§ 5-46 Responsibility of bidders and offerors.

§ 5-47 Cost or pricing data.

§ 5-48 Cost or price analysis.

§ 5-49 Bid and performance bonds on supply or service contracts.

§ 5-50 Types of contracts.

§ 5-51 Contract clauses and their administration.

§ 5-52 Contract administration.

§ 5-53 Cost reimbursement provisions.

§ 5-54 Right to inspect plant.

§ 5-55 Right to audit records.

§ 5-56 Reporting of anticompetitive practices.

§ 5-57 City procurement records.

§ 5-58 Maximum practicable competition.

§ 5-59 Qualified products list.

§ 5-60 Brand name or equal specification.

§ 5-61 Responsibility for selection of methods of construction contracting management.

§ 5-62 Bid security.

§ 5-63 Contract performance and payment bonds.

§ 5-64 Copies of bond forms.

§ 5-65 Fiscal responsibility.

§ 5-66 Architect, engineer and land surveying services.

§ 5-67 Authority to debar or suspend.

§ 5-68 Decision to debar or suspend.

§ 5-69 Notice of decision.

§ 5-70 Finality of decision.

§ 5-71 Bid protests.

§ 5-72 Contract claims.

§ 5-73 Authority of Purchasing Agent to settle bid protests and contract claims.

§ 5-74 Remedies for solicitations or awards in violation of law.

§ 5-75 Cooperative purchasing.

§ 5-76 Gratuities and kickbacks.

§ 5-77 Prohibition against contingent fees.

§ 5-78 Contemporaneous employment prohibited.

§ 5-79 Use of confidential information.

§ 5-80 Sanctions.

§ 5-81 Sale of city-owned personal property.

Article V Code of Ethics

§ 5-82 Policy established.

§ 5-83 Definitions.

§ 5-84 Conflicts of interest.

§ 5-85 Disclosure of conflicts; disqualifications.

§ 5-86 Incompatible offices.

§ 5-87 Representation of private persons.

§ 5-88 Gifts and favors.

§ 5-89 Confidential information.

§ 5-90 Nepotism.

§ 5-91 Voting.

§ 5-92 Remedies.