County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced today that he's asking for that will make financial disclosures available to the public online.
But you don't have to wait for the law to take effect.
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Attached here are the most recent filings of all seven council members and Kamenetz.
The reports cover the 2010 calendar year and were required to be filed with the county on May 16. Nearly all of them were filed early or on time. Only Oliver's was filed late—stamped May 17.
Most are about 10 pages long. Councilman Tom Quirk's disclosure is the longest, weighing in at a hefty 74 pages. His form has been uploaded in five parts.
The forms are presented exactly as they were released to Patch.
Currently, financial disclosure forms are public record, but are not available online. Members of the public wishing to view the forms must ask for them in person at the county Office of Law and sign a form disclosing their name and home address. A copy of that form is sent to the official who filed the disclosure.