Administrative orders

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Administrative orders

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  • Textual record

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Sub-series

Reference code

102-1H

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  • 1964-1994 (Creation)

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Physical description

5 cm of textual records

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Custodial history

Scope and content

Sub-series consists of administrative orders, including different versions and amendments, as well as some related correspondence and minutes. See list of Administrative Orders attached below. Administrative Orders were passed by Council to govern internal City functions, such as the functions of city departments (Recreation, Health, Planning, Development, interanl Audit, emergency Measures Organization, Halifax Transit Corporation, Fire and Police), and civic procedures such as legal claims, budgets, and hiring/firing. Ordinances, on the other hand governed public functions.

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Immediate source of acquisition

Records were transferred to HRM Archives from the Municipal Clerk's Office in 2008.

Arrangement

Records are arranged by administrative order number.

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Finding aids

See attached searchable list of Administrative Orders

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Conservation

On some administrative orders, amended sections were superimposed over the original orders using scotch tape. In these cases, copies were made of both the amendments and the originals, and the taped page was then usually removed and destroyed.

Signatures note

Many administrative orders are signed by the Mayor and City Clerk.

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