[Ord. No. 713 §9, 1-5-1982; Ord. No. 1566 §1, 4-16-2007]
Compensation. The City Collector shall receive as compensation for his/her services a fee or percentage, as may be fixed by ordinance.
The City Collector shall turn over to his/her successor in office all uncollected delinquent lists, receiving credit therefor, and his/her successor shall be charged therewith; provided, that the Board of Aldermen may declare worthless any and all personal delinquent taxes, and any and all licenses and other duties, which they may deem uncollectible.
The Mayor, with the consent of the Board of Aldermen, shall appoint a person as the City Collector, whose term of office shall be two (2) years and shall correspond to the term of the Mayor.
The Collector shall perform all the duties specified in this Code and shall perform such other duties as may be directed by the City Clerk and/or Mayor.
The Collector shall, annually, at such times as may be designated by ordinance, make a detailed report to the Board of Aldermen stating the various monies collected by him/her during the year, and the amounts uncollected, and the names of the persons from which he/she failed to collect, and the causes therefor.