County Council’s Attributions

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LAW no. 215 of April 23, 2001, on local public administration

 

The County Council fulfills the following main categories of attributions:

– decides on cooperation or association with other administrative-territorial units (Article 11 paragraph (3))

initiates and carries out county development programs financed from the local budget of the county (Article 12 paragraph (3))

designates, at the proposal of the president, representatives of the county in intercommunity development associations. (Article 13 (1))

approves the founding act and the status of intercommunity development associations (Article 13 (4))

adopts decisions to conclude agreements and participate, including funds, in the development of regional and regional development programs (Article 14)

may participate in the establishment, operation and development of bodies providing public services and public utility of local or county interest. (Article 17)

– attributions regarding the organization and functioning of the specialized apparatus of the county council, of the public institutions and services of county interest and of the commercial companies and autonomous regies of county interest;

– attributions regarding the economic and social development of the county;

– attributions regarding the management of the county heritage;

– responsibilities for the management of subordinate public services;

– responsibilities for interinstitutional cooperation;

– other duties provided by law

– to choose from among the county councilors a president and two vice-presidents;

– Decides the establishment or reorganization of public institutions, public services and commercial interests, as well as the reorganization of the autonomous regies of county interest, according to the law;

– approves the regulations for organization and functioning of the county council, the organization chart, the state of functions, the regulation of organization and functioning of the specialized apparatus, as well as of the public institutions and services of county interest and of the commercial companies and autonomous regies of county interest;

-exercises, on behalf of the county, all rights and obligations corresponding to the interests held in commercial companies or autonomous regies, according to the law;

– appoints, sanctions and orders the suspension, modification and termination of the service relations or, as the case may be, of the employment relations, according to the law, for the heads of the institutions and public services of county interest.

– approves, on the proposal of the president of the county council, the own budget of the county, the transfers of credits, the use of the budgetary reserve and the closure account of the budget year;

– approves, on the proposal of the president of the county council, the contracting and / or guaranteeing of loans, as well as the contracting of local public debt by issuing securities on behalf of the county, under the law;

– establishes county taxes and fees, according to the law;

– adopts strategies, forecasts and programs for the economic, social and environmental development of the county, on the basis of the proposals received from the local councils; approves and monitors, in cooperation with the local communal and municipal local public administration authorities, the necessary measures, including the financial ones, for their realization;

– establishes, on the basis of the opinion of the local councils of the involved territorial-administrative units, the organizational and spatial development plans of the county, as well as its general urban development and the constituent administrative-territorial units; it aims at their realization, in cooperation with the municipal, municipal or municipal local public administration authorities involved;

– approves the technical and economic documentation for the investment works of county interest, within the limits and according to the law.

– In the exercise of the duties stipulated in paragraph (1) lit. c), the county council:

– decides to administer, lease or lease the public property of the county, as the case may be, as well as the public services of county interest, according to the law;

– decides to sell, lease or lease the private property of the county, as the case may be, under the law;

– assigns, according to the law, names of objectives of county interest.

– ensures, according to its competencies and according to the law, the necessary framework for the provision of public services of county interest regarding:

  1. education;
  2. social services for the protection of the child, the disabled, the elderly, the family and other persons or groups in social need;
  3. health;
  4. culture;
  5. youth;
  6. sport;
  7. public order;
  8. Emergency situations;
  9. environmental protection and restoration;
  10. Conservation, restoration and enhancement of historical and architectural monuments, parks, public gardens and nature reserves;
  11. records of persons;
  12. bridges and public roads;
  13. the community services of public utility of county interest, as well as the supply of methane gas;
  14. other public services established by law;

– supports, under the law, the activity of religious cults;

– issues the opinions, agreements and authorizations given in its competence by law;

– advises in specific areas, according to the law, to the administrative-territorial units of the county, at their request.

– In the exercise of the duties stipulated in paragraph (1) lit. e), the county council:

– decides, in accordance with the law, to cooperate or associate with Romanian or foreign legal persons, including with civil society partners, in order to finance and jointly carry out certain actions, works, services or projects of public interest;

– decides, according to the law, the twinning of the county with administrative-territorial units from other countries;

– decides, under the law, to cooperate or associate with other territorial-administrative units in the country or abroad and to join national and international associations of local public administration authorities in order to promote common interests. (Article 91)

-Persons empowered to represent the interests of the administrative-territorial unit in commercial companies, autonomous kings of county interest, intercommunity development associations and other bodies for cooperation or partnership are appointed by decision of the county council, according to the law, observing the political configuration after the local elections .

– designates, by decision, the persons empowered to represent the interests of the county in commercial companies, autonomous regies, and other bodies of cooperation or partnership. (Article 92)

– appoints one of the Vice-Presidents to exercise the duties of the President in the event of his suspension (Article 107 (1))

– approves the criteria on the basis of which the public administrator is elected (Article 113 paragraph (2))

– approves the recruitment, appointment and dismissal of the public administrator of the intercommunity development associations. (Article 114 (2))

– approves donations or tasks with tasks (Article 121 (3))

– may offer, free of charge, for a limited period of time, movable or immovable property to non-profit legal persons carrying out charitable or public utility or public service activities. (Article 124)

– may award by tender the performance of works and services of public utility (Article 125)

 

LAW no. 119 of 16 October 1996 on civil status acts

– the civil status attributions are performed by the county councils and by the local public administration authorities of the municipalities, the Bucharest sectors, the towns and communes, by the civil status officers. (Article 3 (1))

– receives, within the legal term, the second copy of the civil status register from the local public administration authorities (Article 60 paragraph (2))

– ensures the printing of the other auxiliary printouts (Article 74)

 

LAW no. 213 of 17 November 1998 on public property and its legal status

-Trending from the private domain to the public domain is made, as the case may be, by a decision of the county council. (Article 8 (1))

– The transfer of a good from the public domain of the state into the public domain of an administrative-territorial unit is made at the request of the county council by a Government decision. (Article 9 (1))

– Administration is carried out, as the case may be, by a decision of the county council. (Article 12 (2))

– In the disputes concerning the right of administration, the administrative-territorial units are represented by the county councils. (Article 12 (4) and (5))

– The rental of the public property of the county is approved, as the case may be, by a decision of the county council (Article 14 paragraph (1))

– The county councils adopt the inventory of the assets belonging to the public domain (Article 21 paragraph (2))

– The County Councils are obliged to register the operations for the modification of the legal regime of the public domain assets of the state or of the administrative-territorial units. (Article 22)

 

LAW no. 350 of July 6, 2001 on Spatial Planning and Urban Planning

– The county council coordinates the activity of spatial planning and urbanization at the county level, according to the law. (Article 21).

– The County Council establishes the general guidelines for spatial planning and the town planning and development of the localities, on the basis of the landscaping and urban planning plans. To this end, they coordinate the work of the local councils and provide them with specialized technical assistance. (Article 22, paragraph 1).

– The county council ensures the taking up of the provisions included in the plans of landscaping of the national, regional and zonal territory within the spatial planning and urbanization documentation for the administrative territories of the localities in the county, ensures the elaboration of the County Territorial Planning Plan, the spatial planning plans of the territory that are of county interest and approve them according to the provisions of the law. (Article 22 (2)).

– In the area of ​​town and country planning, the county councils are supported by the Ministry of Public Works, Transport and Housing, as well as by other ministries and central public administration bodies. (Article 22 (3)).

The county council may request local councils to develop or update a land or urban planning documentation in order to ensure the implementation of some provisions included in county development programs; the application shall be submitted to the local council, accompanied by an explanation of the reasons underlying the decision of the county council and the deadline set for the elaboration or modification of the documentation. (Article 23).

– The nominal composition of the Technical Commission for Territorial Planning and Urbanism and the Operating Regulations shall be approved by the County Council, the Municipal Council, the City Council, respectively by the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest, at the proposal of the President of the County Council, of the Mayor, respectively of the General Mayor of of the Municipality of Bucharest, based on the recommendations of the professional associations in the field of spatial planning, urban planning, construction, higher education institutions and the chief architect. (Article 37 (3)).

– For carrying out common landscaping and urbanization activities, in order to achieve general interest objectives, the county councils may associate or, as the case may be, cooperate, under the law, with legal or physical persons from the country or from abroad the purpose of attracting additional funds. (Article 52).

 

LAW no. 422 of 18 July 2001 on the protection of historical monuments

– The county councils may declare by decision the historical monuments that meet the conditions of the law as being of local public interest. (Article 8 (3))

– The county councils may partially or fully cover, as the case may be, the cost of intervention on historical monuments (Article 38 paragraph (2))

– The County Councils and the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest have the following attributions:

  1. a) cooperates with the county’s cultural, cult and national cultural heritage, respectively of Bucharest Municipality, communicating all the information regarding the historical monuments within their area of ​​competence; facilitates the communication between the departments for culture, cults and the national cultural patrimony of Bucharest, respectively, and the local councils of the towns and communes from the territory of the county, respectively of the sectors in the case of Bucharest;
  2. b) initiates, with the approval of the Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs, the expropriation procedure for a public utility cause in order to protect the historical monuments, in the situations and in compliance with the conditions stipulated by the law;
  3. c) supports and guides the work of local councils of communes or cities that have not organized services or specialized posts in their own apparatus for the protection of historical monuments listed in the List B Historical Monuments and located on their administrative territory;
  4. d) to issue permits for the building or the dismantling of historical monuments and buildings located in the historical monument protection area or in protected built areas only on the basis and under the terms of the opinion of the Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs or the deconcentrated public services of the Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs , as the case. (Article 48).

 

LAW no. 448 of July 18, 2001 for the approval of Government Emergency Ordinance no. 14/2000 on the establishment of civil protection formations for disaster emergency intervention

-The provision of the structures necessary to carry out the specific missions and fixed means is ensured by the Ministry of National Defense through the Civil Protection Command and the endowment with inventory materials and objects by the county councils, , on whose territory they are established. (Article 8 (2))

-The material assurance on the functioning, preparation and maintenance of the material assets in the endowment of the formations is ensured by the county councils, respectively of the Bucharest municipality, on whose territory they are established. (Article 8 (4))

-The material goods that are provided to the formations, consumed or destroyed during the intervention, are filled in or replaced by the local or county councils, respectively of the Bucharest Municipality, for which the intervention was made, on the basis of the confirmations for their use given by the heads of the formations. (Article 8 (5))

– The buildings and land necessary for the formation and operation of the formation, as well as for the storage of the equipment and equipment shall be made available to them by the Ministry of National Defense and, where this is not possible, shall be provided by the local councils or county or Bucharest, on whose territory they are organized and established. (Article 8 (6)).

 

LAW no. 363 of June 7, 2002 for the approval of the Government Ordinance no. 88/2001 on the establishment, organization and functioning of community public services for emergency situations

– The community public services for emergency situations, hereinafter referred to as community public services, are established under the jurisdiction of the county councils, the General Council of Bucharest, the local councils of the municipalities and sectors of Bucharest, as well as the councils of the towns and communes. (Article 1 (1))

– The regulations for the organization and functioning of the community public services, elaborated on the basis of the framework regulation, are approved by decision by the county councils. (Article 6 (2))

 

LAW no. 550 of 14 October 2002 on the sale of commercial premises owned by the State and of services provided by the county councils or local councils, as well as those belonging to the patrimony of autonomous regies of local interest

– within 15 days from the date of entry into force of the present law, in each commune, city, municipality, sector of Bucharest or county, where there are spaces that fall under this law, a commission for the sale of commercial premises or services, hereinafter referred to as the “Committee”. The Commission shall be constituted by order of the mayor or of the president of the county council and shall consist of 5 members and 2-3 substitutes, of which three representatives of the local council or, as the case may be, of the county council whose administration is located the commercial space or the provision of services, or under whose authority the autonomous space owner is the authority; the appointment of the representatives of the council shall be by open vote with the vote of two thirds of the number of councilors (Article 6 (1))

– for the activity filed within the commission, its members are entitled to an allowance, the amount and conditions of which are determined by a decision of the local or county council, with the approval of the general directorate of the county public finances or the municipality of Bucharest, and shall be paid from the funds made of the sale of commercial premises (Article 6 (6)).

 

LAW no. 256 of 10 June 2003 approving the Government Ordinance no. 27/2003 for amending and completing the Law no. 151/1998 on regional development in Romania

– The County Councils, the Local Councils and the General Council of the Bucharest Municipality and the local councils of the sector, as the case may be, shall adopt decisions referring to the decisions of the Regional Development Councils, within maximum 30 days from the date of their communication. unique article)

 

LAW no. 326 of 8 July 2003 on the rights of children and young people protected by specialized public services for child protection, mothers protected in maternity centers, and children entrusted or placed in foster care

– the equipment and barracks booths and the use times, as well as the cost norms for the barracks, equipment for initial and replacement equipment, transport, toys, hygienic-sanitary materials, stationery and cultural-sport materials, within the limits of value provided in the annex, is approved by decision of the county council, on the basis of proposals made by the specialized public services for child protection. (Article 2 (2)).

– the expenditures determined by the application of the provisions of the present law are borne by the own budgets of the county councils, with the assurance of sums deducted from some state budget revenues, which ensure the full level of these expenditures. (Article 4)

 

LAW no. 477 of 12 November 2003 on the preparation of the national economy and the defense territory

-The county councils, respectively the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest, and the local councils, each in its field of activity, fulfill the following attributions:

  1. a) submit to the Office proposals for ensuring the consumption and protection of the population, as well as the needs for the good functioning of the economic agents in the territorial aspect, in the mobilization or war situation, to be included in the mobilization plan;
  2. b) to take measures and create conditions for the priority achievement of the objectives set in the mobilization plan, by directing the economic agents to accomplish the economic programs by using emergency capacities in the state of mobilization and war;
  3. c) propose to include peacetime defense planning objectives in their own investment programs and take steps to provide the funds needed to achieve them as a matter of priority;
  4. d) draw up the programs for supplying the population of the county / municipality of Bucharest / the locality with the main streamlined food and industrial products in case of mobilization or war;
  5. e) ensures, through the economic agents in the county, respectively in the city of Bucharest, the premises, the barracks, the materials and the means of transport necessary for the medical-sanitary establishments to be established in case of mobilization or war;
  6. f) draw up and update the economic and military monographs of the county, respectively of the Bucharest Municipality, according to the instructions issued for this purpose;
  7. g) make proposals for drawing up the plan for the evacuation of the population and of the assets from the national, archival, material and other values ​​of national interest and for this purpose organize the necessary means of transport, accommodation and storage. (Article 47).

 

LAW no. 272 of 21 June 2004 on the protection and promotion of the rights of the child

– a Child Protection Commission is established under the jurisdiction of the County Councils (Article 104 paragraph (1))

– the county council establishes, by decision, the organizational structure, the number of persons and the financing of the General Directorate for Social Assistance and Child Protection. (Article 105 (4))

– County councils may be able to participate in the cases provided by law to co-finance day services, alongside local councils. (Article 111 (2))

– County councils have the obligation to set up family and residential type services (Article 112)

– the finding of contraventions and the application of the sanction are made by designated persons among those with powers of control within the county council, for contraventions stipulated by the law (Article 135 paragraph (3) letter d)

The County Councils, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Administration and Interior and the National Authority for the Protection of Children’s Rights have the obligation to designate the persons with powers of control, who will find the contraventions and will, within 30 days from the coming into force of this law apply the sanctions referred to in this Chapter. (Article 141)

– The placement centers, the emergency reception centers and the maternity centers organized within the structure of the former public services specialized in child protection are reorganized by the decision of the county council, respectively of the local council of the Bucharest municipalities in the structure of the general directorate of social assistance subordinated to the council county, respectively the local council of the Bucharest municipalities, as functional parts of them, without legal personality. (Article 138)

 

LAW no. 315 of 28 June 2004 on regional development in Romania

– the county councils, respectively the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest, as the case may be, shall adopt decisions on the application of the decisions of the regional development councils, within 60 days from the receipt of the communication on the amount of the annual contributions. (Article 7 (4))

– the county councils provide in their annual budgets the amounts representing their financial contributions (Article 7 paragraph (3))

– the county councils provide adequate premises for the regional development agencies and their offices. (Article 8 (4))

 

LAW no. 481 of 8 November 2004 on civil protection

-The county councils, the General Council of Bucharest, the local councils of the municipalities, the towns and communes and the local councils of the Bucharest municipalities have the following main attributions:

  1. a) approves the organization of the civil protection at the level of the territorial-administrative unit, analyzes annually and whenever necessary the activity carried out and adopts measures for its improvement;
  2. b) approves the annual and prospective plans for the provision of human, material and financial resources for the prevention and management of emergency situations;
  3. c) participates, according to the law, in ensuring the financing of civil protection measures and actions, as well as of the emergency services and the structures with legal attributions in this field;
  4. d) establish, according to the law, special taxes on civil protection;
  5. e) set up, according to the law and with the opinion of the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations, centers for training and evaluation of the personnel from the voluntary emergency services;
  6. f) manages, stores, maintains and ensures the preservation of the equipment and civil protection materials through its specialized services;
  7. g) provide the necessary premises for the operation of the appropriate emergency inspectorates, their security and security, and the operational centers, as well as the spaces for the storage of the intervention materials. (Article 25)

-The district councils of the counties where the training centers for the civil protection training are operating will provide the land, the buildings, as well as the maintenance expenses related to them. (Article 74 (2))

 

LAW no. 47 of 8 March 2006 on the national social assistance system

The County Councils set up and organize, under their subordination, the public social assistance service, at the level of general management, with the following main attributions:

  1. a) develops and implements county strategies and action plans, in line with national strategies and national action plans, as well as with its own community development program;
  2. b) initiates and applies measures to prevent and combat situations of marginalization and social exclusion and to resolve social emergencies;
  3. c) coordinate the establishment, organization and provision of social services, in accordance with the identified social need, ensuring fair coverage of their development throughout the county, and provide financial and technical support for their support;
  4. d) proposes the establishment and administration of specialized social services, either directly or in partnership, or by contracting with other public and private authorities and institutions, forms of association of civil society, including worship institutions recognized by law involved in the implementation of social assistance programs ;
  5. e) provide support to local authorities for the purpose of developing and organizing social services;
  6. f) provide information, training and counseling activities in order to increase the performance of public social assistance services at the level of local councils of municipalities, towns and communes;
  7. g) monitor and evaluate established and managed social services;
  8. h) elaborates and implements projects with national and international funding in the field;
  9. i) provide the necessary technical assistance for the creation and formation of consultative community structures as a form of support in the social assistance activity;
  10. j) elaborates and proposes to the county council the draft annual budget for the support of social services and other social assistance measures in accordance with its own action plan. (Article 32)

– the county councils allocate from their own budgets the amounts needed to finance the social benefits established by their own decisions (Article 40 paragraph (1) letter b)

 

LAW no. 307 of 12 July 2006 on fire protection

-To limit the propagation and extinguishing of fires, as well as to limit and eliminate their effects, the General Council of Bucharest, the local councils of its sectors, the county councils, the local councils, the legal persons and the family associations provided under art. 8 and individuals who carry out individual economic activities under the conditions of Law no. 300/2004 on the authorization of natural persons and family associations which carry out economic activities independently, as subsequently amended and supplemented, have the obligation to cooperate with each other by contributing forces and means, on a reciprocal or contractual basis. (Article 10 (1))

-The central public administration authorities and the other specialized central bodies, the General Council of Bucharest, the local councils of the Bucharest, county and local sectors, public institutions and economic operators have the obligation to employ at least one technical or specialized staff with attributions in the field of fire protection, certified according to the methodology developed by the General Inspectorate. Occupational technical and fire-related personnel occupations are defined on the basis of statutory occupational standards (Article 12 (1))

-The county council / General Council of Bucharest has the following main obligations:

  1. a) approves the risk analysis and coverage plan for the county or municipality of Bucharest, as the case may be, and establishes the necessary resources for its implementation;
  2. b) establishes rules and provisions for fire protection for the public and private domain of the administrative-territorial unit;
  3. c) analyze the fire protection capacity annually and decide on measures to optimize it;
  4. d) ensure, on the basis of development programs, the inclusion in the spatial planning plans of the water supply systems as well as the access ways for intervention in case of fire;
  5. e) provides and approves in its own budget the funds necessary for carrying out the actions and measures of fire protection;
  6. f) decides, under the law, to set up training and evaluation centers for the emergency services staff, with the consent of the General Inspectorate;
  7. g) organizationally, financially and financially supports organizing and conducting emergency service competitions and student circles Friends of firefighters;
  8. h) fulfills any other obligations provided by law. (Article 15)

 

LAW no. 448 of 6 December 2006 on the protection and promotion of the rights of persons with disabilities

– the county council establishes, by decision, the amounts necessary to cover the monthly expenses for each adult with severe or accentuated disability in the care and protection of the social worker; (Article 46 (3))

– public centers for people with disabilities are established and function as structures with or without legal personality, subordinated to the county councils and the local councils of the Bucharest municipalities, in the structure of the general directions of social assistance and child protection, with the opinion and under the methodological guidance of the National Authority for Persons with Handicap (Article 51 paragraph (5))

– the Child Protection Commission and the commission for the evaluation of the disabled adult persons are specialized bodies of the county councils, as the case may be, of the local councils of the Bucharest municipalities (Article 85 paragraph (4)).

– At the level of the counties and sectors of the Bucharest municipality, besides the general directorates of social assistance and child protection, respectively local councils of the municipality of Bucharest, committees for analysis of the problems of persons with disabilities. The establishment, as well as the way of organization and functioning, is approved by a decision of the county council, respectively of the local councils of the Bucharest municipalities. (Article 93 (1) and (2))

– the county council concludes conventions with the National Authority of Disabled Persons for the allocation of funds in order to support the programs of national interest stipulated in art. 96 par. (1); (Article 97 (4))

 

LAW no. 143 of May 21, 2007 for the approval of Government Emergency Ordinance no. 118/2006 on the establishment, organization and carrying out of the activities of cultural establishments

– any change in the organization and functioning of the cultural establishments, public institutions, shall be approved by the act of the central public administration authority, respectively by decision of the local council or of the county council, as the case may be, adopted by the vote of two thirds of the total number of councilors . (Article 6 (2))

– under the jurisdiction of the county council, at the level of each county, at least one cultural institution, a public institution, which can methodologically support the activity of cultural settlements at the communal level, is organized and operates, under the present emergency ordinance. (Article 8)

 

LAW no. 144 of 21 May 2007 on the establishment, organization and operation of the National Integrity Agency

– the county council will apply disciplinary sanctions according to the law on the basis of the definitive act that establishes the unjustified nature of the wealth and which has been communicated by the National Integrity Agency. (Article 48 (2) (h)

 

THE DECISION no. 521 of September 12, 1997 for the approval of the Methodological Norms regarding the financing of the informational system specific to real estate and urban data banks

– The Ministry of Transports, Constructions and Tourism cooperates with the county councils and the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest and ensures:

– elaboration of programs for the realization of cadastral works of real estate and municipalities, creation of urban data banks, setting of priorities, according to the interest of some localities, and evaluation of the necessary financial means;

– tracking the execution of cadastral works of real estate-urban specialty and the establishment of urban data banks, their control and approval, by phases and categories of works;

– popularization of the specific works of the real estate cadastre and the establishment of the urban data banks; the access of specialists for the execution of the works, the location on the ground or on the construction of geodetic signs and signals and the provision of their protection zones;

– display of the results of the technical measurements on the plot and / or the construction, to be brought to the attention of the owners (Annex 1, Article 5)

– the County Councils and the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest will include the amounts necessary for the financing of the real-estate information system and the urban data banks in their own budgets, on the part of the revenues, under the chapter “Subsidies from the state budget” subchapter “Financing the works the information system specific to real estate and urban data banks “, based on the amounts approved in the budget of the Ministry of Transport, Constructions and Tourism, under the heading” Transfers between units of the public administration “, respectively” Transfers for the informational system specific to the real estate- urban and urban data banks “.

the county councils and the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest shall allocate the amounts received by administrative-territorial units, according to Annex no. 1 to the present methodological norms (Annex 1, article 7).

– the County Councils and the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest examine and centralize the requests received from the local councils, establish the priorities and send to the Ministry of Transports, Constructions and Tourism by 1 May of the current year for the following year the list of cadastral works of the real estate-urban specialty and the constitution of the urban data banks on the localities, the proposed areas and the total value of the expenditures, according to Annex no. 1 to the present methodological norms (Annex 1, article 8)

– on the basis and within the limits of the ceilings submitted, the county councils and the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest, according to the established priorities, shall communicate to the Ministry of Transport, Constructions and Tourism the list of the works, drawn up according to Annex no. 1 to the present methodological norms, as well as their value, broken down quarterly, within the limits of the budgetary provisions communicated (Annex 1, article 9)

– the county councils and the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest check the documentation received, grant their own financial control visa and draw up the supporting statement, which shall be sent, in the second of the month following the end of the quarter, to the Ministry of Transport, Construction and Tourism, according to the model presented in annex no. 3 to the present methodological norms (Annex 1, Article 11)

– within the limits of the approved ceilings and the established priorities, the County Councils, the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest, as well as the local councils are responsible for the use of the funds allocated strictly for the approved destination, according to the legal provisions, respectively the execution of the cadastral works of the real estate- the establishment of urban data banks. (Annex 1, Article 14)

 

DECISION No 36 of 29 January 1996 on the establishment and sanctioning of contraventions to the rules on the operation and maintenance of public roads

– County councils manage county roads (Article 1)

-The representatives of the county councils finds and applies sanctions for the contraventions stipulated in Article 4 (Article 7)

 

THE DECISION no. 548 of July 8, 1999 regarding the approval of the Technical Norms for the compilation of the inventory of goods that make up the public domain of communes, towns, municipalities and counties

– The County Councils, respectively the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest, and the local councils will approve, by their own decision, the establishment, functioning and organization of the special committees for drawing up the inventory of the goods that make up the public domain of communes, towns, municipalities and counties. (Annex 1, point II, paragraph (1)).

– The county councils provide assistance to the special committees established at the communal and urban level (Annex III, point III, paragraph (2)).

 

THE DECISION no. 457 of June 2, 2000 for the approval of the Methodological Norms for determining the level of contributions of the local communities to the financing of the activity for protection of the child in difficulty, of the handicapped, as well as of the major person benefiting from the protection under Art. 19 of Government Emergency Ordinance no. 26/1997, republished

– the annual cost for a child and for a major person benefiting from protection under Art. 19 of the ordinance shall be established by the decision of the county council, respectively of the local councils of the Bucharest municipalities, at the beginning of each year, on the basis of the expenses incurred for a protected child or for a major person in the previous year (Article 3, paragraph 1 ))

– if the local council is unable to pay, the amounts due are covered by the 15% fund available to the county council for balancing local budgets. (Article 5 (3))

– the specialized department of the county council, respectively of the local council of the Bucharest municipality sector, will ensure the collection of the contribution of the local public administration authorities to the financing of the child care and protection activities (art.7)

 

THE DECISION no. 973 of June 15, 2004 approving the conditions and the procedure for selling to the users, upon request, spaces for artistic creation, which are owned by the state and administered by the county councils, local councils or other public institutions or authorities or in the patrimony of the companies autonomous

Local councils, county councils, other institutions or public authorities and boards of autonomous regies are required to set up commissions for the sale, at the request of users, of spaces for artistic creation – workshops, galleries, studios, central and local creators’ unions , as well as others – which are privately owned by the state and administered by the county councils, local councils or other public institutions or authorities or in the patrimony of the autonomous regies, as the case may be, for which there are concluded lease agreements and are used by the plastic artists or other categories of artists and cultured people, members of national creators’ associations legally established in Romania and recognized as legal entities of public utility. (Article 1 (1))

 

THE DECISION no. 560 of June 15, 2005 for the approval of the categories of constructions to which the construction of the civil protection shelters, as well as those for ordering points

Approves the categories of construction where command points are set up as follows:

– the headquarters of central public administration authorities;

– the offices of prefectures and county councils, as well as of the local councils of municipalities and towns, of the General Council of Bucharest Municipality and of the local councils of the Bucharest municipalities; (Article 2 (b)

 

THE DECISION no. 642 of June 29, 2005 for the approval of Criteria for the classification of administrative-territorial units, public institutions and economic operators in terms of civil protection, depending on the types of specific risks

– Within two years from the entry into force of this Decision, local public administration authorities, public institutions and economic operators will carry out risk analyzes in detail, delineate geographically, and set up computerized data banks on these risks, which will be periodically updated and integrated into the national monitoring system. (Article 6 (1))

– Annually, the local and national catalogs are updated by county inspectorates (Article 6 (2))

 

THE DECISION no. 753 of 18 July 2002 on certain measures in the field of public utilities

Depending on the necessities, by the decision of the county council, respectively by the decision of the local council, public services of communal household can be set up regarding the tourism activities, as they are provided in the Classification of activities in the national economy – CAEN, approved by Government Decision no. 656/1997. (unique article)

 

THE DECISION no. 1018 of September 10, 2002 for the approval of the Regulation on the obligations of the specialized public services for the protection of the child’s rights in order to guarantee respect for the right to the image and privacy of the child in placement or custody

– Within 5 days from the communication, the specialized public services for the protection of the rights of the child will submit for approval to the county council, the measures proposed to guarantee respect for the right to the image and privacy of the child in foster care or custody. (Article 2)

 

THE DECISION no. 1341 of 27 November 2002 approving the Methodological Norms for the application of Law no. 550/2002 on the sale of commercial premises owned by the State and of services rendered in the administration of county councils or local councils, as well as those belonging to the patrimony of autonomous regies of local interest

– The local councils, the county councils or, as the case may be, the General Council of the Bucharest Municipality shall approve the list of commercial premises or services of private property services of the state, which are in the administration of the local council or the county council, as well as of the the patrimony of the autonomous regies of local interest under their authority, to be sold according to the law by a decision adopted with the vote of at least two thirds of the number of councilors in office. (Article 2 (1) and (2))

– if the list is not drawn up and subject to the approval of the council within the legal term, it will be drafted and submitted for approval by the Deputy Mayor or, as the case may be, one of the deputy mayors and one of the vice-presidents of the county council nominated by the council.

 

THE DECISION no. 329 of 20 March 2003 for the approval of the framework regulations for the organization and operation of the institutions for the special protection of persons with disabilities

– In exercising their attributions according to the provisions of Government Emergency Ordinance no. 102/1999 on the special protection and employment of persons with disabilities, approved with amendments and completions by Law no. 519/2002, as subsequently amended, the Government, the county councils, the local councils, as well as the other legal entities stipulated by the law may establish and organize institutions for the special protection of persons with disabilities. (Article 2 (1))

– The Government, the county councils, the local councils, as well as the other legal entities stipulated by the law approve, by decision, the Regulation for the organization and functioning of the institutions for special protection of persons with disabilities that they establish based on the provisions of the specific framework regulation of each center , approved by this judgment. (Article 3 (1))

– the county councils adopt within the time stipulated by the law the organization and functioning regulation (Article 4)

– county councils set up pilot centers, care and assistance centers, recovery and rehabilitation centers, occupational therapy integration centers, day centers

by decision.

– Organizational structure of pilot centers, care and assistance centers, recovery and rehabilitation centers, occupational therapy integration centers, day centers

the number of staff as well as the budget shall be approved, as the case may be, by decision of the Government, decision of the county or local council, as the case may be, the decision of the governing bodies of non-governmental organizations or those whose object of activity and the special protection of persons as well as of the cults recognized, according to the law, in Romania, on the basis of the foundations made by the Steering Committee.

 

THE DECISION no. 412 of April 2, 2003 for the approval of the Norms regarding the organization, operation and financing of the medical-social care units

– by the decision to set up the medical-social assistance unit adopted by the local council or, as the case may be, by the county council, respectively by the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest, the organizational and operational regulations, the organizational structure and the number of staff of it. (Article 3 (1))

– the income and expenses budget of the medical and social assistance units shall be approved by the local council or the county council, respectively the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest, as the case may be, with the approval of the county health insurance or the Bucharest municipality, according to the law. (Article 7 (1))

– the incomes of the medical-social care units are made up of personal contributions of the beneficiaries, as the case may be, established by the decisions of the local councils or of the county councils, respectively of the General Council of the Bucharest Municipality, according to the law (Article 8 letter b)

 

ORDINANCE no. 63 of 29 August 2002 on the assignment or change of names

The assignment or change of names for administrative-territorial units, as well as for villages, municipalities and towns, balneo-climatic resorts and tourist resorts is made by law.

The assignment or change of names is made by:

– the county councils, by decision, for the public institutions and the objectives of the county interest, with the approval of the local council on whose administrative territory the institutions and objectives are located; (Article 2 (c)

– the County Councils, ensure the keeping of the objectives stipulated by the law within their competence; (Article 6 (3))

 

ORDER no. 18/3989/416/142 of 26 February 2003 on the approval of the methodological guide for the evaluation of the disabled child and the categorization of a disability

– The county and local councils of the Bucharest municipal sectors, the public health directorates and the school inspectorates will carry out the provisions of this order (Article 2).

– in order to ensure transparency and objectivity, it is recommended that the needs assessment be carried out by the specialized public service for child protection in partnership with the representatives of the county or local councils of the Bucharest and civil society sectors, respectively of the non-governmental organizations with activities in the field of protection child with disabilities or recognized experts in this field (Annex 3)

– the county and local councils of the Bucharest municipalities will ensure that all mayors receive the Social Inquiry model recommended by this order. Also, the county and local councils of the Bucharest municipalities will ensure, as appropriate, the training of the social workers in the mayoralties in the field of child protection with disabilities.

– the present order obliges each county council to make a mapping of all services for the protection of the child, including the disabled, from the range of the territory it administers, and to make it available to the Child Protection Commission. Also, each representative appointed by the decentralized institutions of the ministries in the Commission for Child Protection must make available to it, and implicitly the complex evaluation service, all the normative acts in force in its specific field of activity, on the basis of which decisions are made in committee. the gathering and collection of these normative acts in a file, as well as the regular updating thereof, are the responsibility of the commission secretary. (Annex 2)

 

ORDER no. 109/196/5/25/16930/63/540 of January 21, 2003 for the approval of Norms for the elaboration of goods release programs by introducing the system for distribution to the population of the main food and non-food products based on rations and cards, in the case of mobilization or war

-The Local Councils and the County Councils / The General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest prepare in time for peace the Program of Supply of Agro-Food and Industrial Products to be distributed rationalized to the population, in special situations provided by law, according to the provisions of these norms, supply. (Annex 1, Article 3)

– The main authorizing officers for the funds needed for the printing of the cards are the county councils, respectively the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest. (Annex 1, Chapter 2, Section 3, Article 12 (2))

– Based on the criteria established by the county council / the General Council of the Bucharest Municipality, the owners or owners of cultivated land, the animal breeders, as well as other persons, who obtain through their work products included in the rationalized list, are not entitled to some card vouchers. Tickets will be canceled by the “X” logo (Article 16)

County Council / General Council of Bucharest:

  1. a) in peace time:
  2. centralize from local councils the situations including the needs and estimated resources of streamlined products and submit them to the mobilization office / office to be included in the draft national economy mobilization plan;
  3. after approving the plan for mobilization of the national economy, receives the indicators from the mobilization office / office and includes them in the procurement program; transmits the approved indicators to the local councils in the interested parties;
  4. Calls for the contest of the heads of the decentralized public services of the ministries and other central bodies in the territorial-administrative units for the elaboration of the supply program at the county / municipality level and handing documents to the economic agents, other than the ones established by the local councils, for balancing the needs of the products needed by the population with existing resources. Documents and provisions will be endorsed by the mobilization office / office;
  5. centralize the funds proposals of the local councils for printing the cards and, with the approval of the mobilization office / office, include them in the state budget draft for the first year of war;
  6. b) during mobilization or war:
  7. Calls for the competition of heads of decentralized public services of ministries and other central bodies in administrative-territorial units to update and implement the supply program;
  8. Support local councils in their streamlined rationalization of non-food and non-food purchases from individuals who produce surplus products beyond rationalized consumption needs;
  9. adopt measures for the inclusion of the evacuated population in the population supply program of the county / municipality of Bucharest;
  10. passes to local councils the transition to the survival food ration;
  11. supervise and control the way in which local councils carry out the activity of supplying the population of the localities / sectors with streamlined products, also taking into account the measures established by the National Agency for Small and Medium Enterprises and Cooperatives;
  12. Calls on the Ministry of Agriculture, Forests, Waters and the Environment, with the approval of the Directorate for Agriculture and Rural Development, for streamlined food products and the Ministry of Economy and Trade, for rationalized non-food products, redistribution of surpluses from other counties / Bucharest to cover product needs rationalized deficits; establishes together with the Direction for Agriculture and Rural Development the quantities of rationalized products that can be redistributed to other counties / Bucharest municipality from the surplus available to it. (Article 31, letter B)

-The local councils and the county council / the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest may adopt other organizational measures necessary for carrying out the activity of supplying the population with rationalized products. (Article 37 (1))

– The local councils and the county council / the General Council of the Municipality of Bucharest may adopt other organizational measures necessary for carrying out the activity of supplying the population with rationalized products (Article 37 paragraph (1))

 

ORDER no. 304/385/1018 of 21 July 2004 on the approval of the Instructions for the organization and operation of units for the prevention and combating of domestic violence

-The units for preventing and combating domestic violence are established by decisions of the county councils, or, as the case may be, of the local councils. (Annex I, Article 3 (1))

– The county councils or, as the case may be, the local councils, respectively the sectors of the municipality of Bucharest, as well as the legal entities that set up units for the prevention and combating of domestic violence, approve by decision the organizational structure, the number of personnel and their budget. (Article 4)

-For the units for prevention and combating of domestic violence and for those in public-private partnership the organization and functioning regulation elaborated according to par. (1) and (2) shall be approved by the county or local councils, respectively the sectors of the Bucharest municipality, which have set up these units. (Article 5 (3))

 

ORDER no. 1352 of 23 June 2006 approving the Methodology of organizing, ensuring the evacuation of persons, goods, documents and materials containing classified information in armed conflicts

– the county councils ensure evacuation logistics for their own population and employees (Article 18 letter b)

 

ORDER no. 1435 of 18 September 2006 approving the Methodological Norms for the approval and authorization of fire safety and civil protection

-The fire safety reports are the acts issued by the county inspectorates and the Bucharest Emergency Inspectorates, hereinafter referred to as inspectorates, either directly or through the commissions of single agreements, hereinafter referred to as CAU, within the county councils, municipal and municipal sectors and Bucharest, municipal and communal sectors, after verification of conformity with the provisions of the technical regulations in force of the fire protection measures adopted in the technical documentation of the construction works, in order to fulfill the essential requirement “fire safety”. (Annex 1, Article 1, paragraph 1)

 

ORDER no. 163 of 28 February 2007 for the approval of the General Norms of Fire Protection

-In the county councils, depending on the level of the fire risk and the specifics of the activity, the following structures with fire protection functions are constituted, as the case may be:

(a) fire protection compartment composed of two or more technical or fire-fighting personnel;

  1. b) technical framework or specialized personnel with fire protection attributions appointed exclusively for this activity, according to the law;
  2. c) Voluntary or private public service for emergencies. (Article 6 (1))

– The authority documents and the specific fire protection documents issued by the county council are:

– the decision approving the risk analysis and coverage plan for the county or the municipality of Bucharest;

– specific rules and provisions for fire protection for the public and private domain of the administrative-territorial unit;

– the annual report on the assessment of the fire protection capacity;

– fire protection optimization programs;

– the decision to set up training and evaluation centers for volunteer emergency services;

– the decision to appoint the technical staff or the specialized personnel with tasks in the field of fire protection. (Article 12)

-In weather or drought, county councils in high-risk areas need to develop special programs of fire prevention measures. (Article 95 (1)).

 

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