As part of the executive order on ethics signed by Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi on day one of his administration, the Assessor's Office promised the following:
"Sign-in logs shall be kept for persons transacting business at the CCAO who visit a particular officer or official in regard to an assessment appeal or other matter involving the exercise of discretion by an official, officer or manager. Such logs shall indicate the name of the visitor; date and time of the visit; the officer or official visited and purpose of the visit; and the law firm, company, or other business represented. "
These logs will be posted on a monthly basis within a reasonable time frame after the month has passed.
|Visitors Log 2020 March||18.52 KB||118.05 KB|
|Visitors Log 2020 February||23.88 KB||138.27 KB|
|Visitor Log 2020 January||20.78 KB||120.98 KB|
|Visitors Log 2019 December||20.95 KB||116.81 KB|
|Visitor Log 2019 November||48 KB||111.59 KB|
|Visitor Log 2019 October||22.33 KB||118.04 KB|
|Visitor Log 2019 September||29.48 KB||140.09 KB|
|Visitor Log 2019 August||31.22 KB||154.45 KB|
|Visitor Log 2019 July||24.59 KB||98.85 KB|
|Visitor Log 2019 June||19.82 KB||121.77 KB|
|Visitor Log 2019 May||19.52 KB||116.36 KB|
|Visitor Log 2019 April||19.93 KB||118.03 KB|
|Visitor Log 2019 March||22.14 KB||139.06 KB|
|Visitor Log 2019 February||22.29 KB||122.84 KB|
|Visitor Log 2019 January||18.01 KB||111.8 KB|
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