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 Lobbying Ordinance
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The Lake County Board of County Commissioners approved an ordinance that went into effect on Oct. 15, 2007, that requires all lobbyists to register when conducting business with County officials.

Lobbyists must register when contacting a County Commissioner, a department director, a division director or any employee of County Attorney's Office or County Manager's Office. A lobbyist can register a visit by signing a logbook, located in the receiving area of any County department or office. If a contact is made outside of County offices, including contact initiated by e-mail, telephone or written communication, a lobbyist is required to report this to the County Attorney's Office within seven calendar days of the activity.

For more information about the Lake County Lobbying Ordinance, or copies of the Lobbying Logs, call the County Attorney's Office at 352-343-9787.

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