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17.01.142. Auditing and financial records
During the term of the Franchise, the City may, not more frequently than once each year, conduct an audit of the books, records, and accounts of the Grantee for the purpose of determining whether the Grantee has paid Franchise Fees in the amounts prescribed by Section 17.01.139 ("Amount and Payment of Franchise Fee") above. The audit may be conducted by the Finance Department of the City or by an independent certified public accounting firm retained by the City, and shall be conducted at the sole expense of the City. The party conducting the audit shall prepare a written report containing its findings, and the report shall be filed with the City, and mailed to the City and Grantee.
The Grantee shall make available for inspection by authorized representatives of the City, its books, accounts, and all other financial records at reasonable times and upon reasonable advance notice for the purpose of permitting exercise of the authorities conferred by this Section. The Grantee shall not be required to provide Subscriber information in violation of Section 631 ("Protection of Subscriber Privacy") of the Cable Act.
Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 99-62, Enacted, 12/16/1999