[Adopted as Rev. Ords. 1976, §§ 9-3 to 9-9 (Rev. Ords. 1989, §§ 8-16 to 8-22)]
Editor's Note: The following original sections in this article were deleted 8-21-2017 by Ord. No. 2018-4: § 15-32, Appointment; terms of office; § 15-33, Organization; regulations; quorum; § 15-35, Powers and duties; § 15-36, Officers and assistants; and § 15-37, Annual report. See now Administrative Code §§ A-201 and A-209.
A full record shall be kept of all votes and acts of the Board of Health which may, at any time, be examined by the Mayor or by any committee or member of the City Council.
All claims, demands and causes of action which the Board of Health may have at any time and from time to time against any person, corporation, town, city or the commonwealth shall be committed by the Board to the City Collector to be collected by him/her. Notice of all claims, demands and causes of action committed for collection as aforesaid shall be given by the Board to the City Auditor at the time of commitment. The system to be followed shall be substantially the same as that followed by the Assessors in committing taxes to the Collector.