Ordinance No. 192

TOWN OF SOUTH PRAIRIE, WASHINGTON

 

     This ordinance establishing a petty cash Fund in the accounting system of the Town of South Prairie; and repealing any and all ordinances, resolutions, and other decrees establishing or per­taining to a petty cash fund.

 

 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SOUTH PRAIRIE, WASHINGTON

 

Section 1. A petty cash imprest fund is hereby established in the accounting system of the Town of South Prairie in the amount of $100.00.

 

Section 2. The petty cash imprest fund shall be used to pay For those items necessary For the functions of the town between regu­lar meetings of the Town Council.

 

Section 3. The petty cash fund shall be in the control of, and is the responsibility of, a custodian to be appointed by the mayor.

 

Section 4. The petty cash Fund shall be operated in accordance with Volume I, Part 3, Chapter 3, Section E of the BARS Manual of the State Auditor's Office of the State of Washington.

 

Section 5. Moneys From the petty cash Fund may be disbursed only upon the presentation of a receipt From the vendor and/or a properly executed "Request For Authorization To Expend City Funds."

 

Section 6. The petty cash Fund shall be replenished at the monthly meeting of the Town Council upon presentation of all receipts and authorizations For disbursements.

 

Section 7. All ordinances, resolutions, and other decrees estab­lishing or pertaining to a petty cash Fund for the Town of South Prairie are hereby repealed.

 

Section 8. This ordinance shall be in Full force and effect from and after its passage, approval and publication as provided by law.

 

Passed by the town council and approved by the mayor of the Town of South Prairie Washington, at a regular meeting thereof this 19th

day of July, 1988.

     Attest:                                 Patricia Gallagher- MAYOR

    Teresa Russell-

     Town Clerk                         Approved as to Form

                                         Town Attorney

                                       Posted: August 1, 1998