[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Board of the Village of Cottage Grove as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Article I Destruction of Obsolete Records
[Adopted 7-2-1984 as Sec. 3.07 of the 1984 Code]
The Village Clerk may destroy the following nonutility records of which he or she is the legal custodian and which are considered obsolete, after completion of an audit by state auditors or an auditor licensed under Ch. 442, Wis. Stats., but not less than seven years after payment or receipt of any sum involved in the particular transaction unless a shorter period has been fixed or will in the future be fixed by the State Public Records Board pursuant to s. 16.61(3)(e), Wis. Stats., and then after such shorter period:
Bank statements, deposit books, slips and stubs.
Bonds and coupons after maturity.
Canceled checks, duplicates and check stubs.
License and permit applications, stubs and duplicates.
Payrolls and other time and employment records of personnel included under the Wisconsin Retirement Plan.
Special assessment records.
Vouchers, requisitions, purchase orders and all supporting documents pertaining thereto.
Vouchers and supporting documents pertaining to charges not included in plant accounts of municipal utilities and the Sewer Department.
Other municipal utility and Sewer Department records, with the written approval of the State Public Service Commission.
The Village Clerk may destroy the following records of any municipal utility, subject to the regulations by the State Public Service Commission, and of the Sewer Department of the Village, of which he or she is the legal custodian and which are considered obsolete, after completion of an audit by state auditors or by an auditor licensed under Ch. 442, Wis. Stats., but not less than two years after payment or receipt of the sum involved in the applicable transaction:
The Village Clerk may destroy the following records of which he or she is the legal custodian and which are considered obsolete, but not less than seven years after the record was effective:
Assessment rolls and related records, including Board of Review minutes.
Contracts and papers relating thereto.
Correspondence and communications.
Financial reports other than annual financial reports.
Oaths of office.
Reports of boards, commissions, committees and officials duplicated in the Village Board minutes.
Resolutions and petitions.
This chapter shall not be construed to authorize the destruction of any public record after a lesser period than that prescribed by statute or state administrative regulation.
Prior to the destruction of any public record described above, at least 60 days' notice shall be given the State Historical Society pursuant to s. 19.21(5)(d), Wis. Stats.