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The secretary-treasurer shall keep the minutes of all meetings and shall attest to the enactment of all resolutions and ordinances. Copies of all minutes, resolutions and ordinances shall be submitted by him/her to the Bureau of Indian Affairs as soon after enactment as possible. The secretary-treasurer shall issue notices of all meetings and elections and conduct all general correspondence as directed by the citizens business council. The secretary-treasurer shall carry out the financial directives of the citizens business council, receive all local monies of the rancheria and keep an accurate account of the receipts and disbursements. Funds shall be deposited in the Robinson Rancheria’s account in a local bank selected by the citizens business council where depositor’s funds are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. All disbursements shall be made by check in accordance with resolutions of the citizens business council. The secretary-treasurer shall file a bond satisfactory to the citizens business council once a month, and all financial records shall be available for inspection by any member of the Robinson Rancheria through appointment according to procedures established by the citizens business council, and shall be open at all times for audit and inspection by representatives of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. At the expiration of his/her term of office, the secretary-treasurer shall turn over all the records and papers in his/her possession to his/her successor or the citizens business council.