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The county council shall establish by ordinance a county commission on human rights to serve in an advisory capacity to the county executive, county council, and other county officers and agencies, as determined by the council, on matters concerning human rights. The commission shall have authority to advise the county executive and council on all matters involving human rights, including but not limited to unlawful discrimination, and shall recommend executive or legislative action when needed to effectuate the policy of Section 9.05. At least one commissioner shall reside in each county council district. The commission shall meet at least quarterly.

(Added during General Election, Nov. 8, 2016, Eff date Dec. 9, 2016).