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File #: 22-734    Version: 1
Type: Report Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 5/31/2022 In control: REGULAR CITY COUNCIL AND SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY AND HOUSING AUTHORITY
On agenda: 6/21/2022 Final action:
Title: BIENNIAL REVIEW OF CITY'S CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE
Attachments: 1. Agenda Report, 2. 1. Designated Positions, 3. 2. Resolution 2022-xx, 4. 3. 2022 Local Agency Biennial Notice
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BIENNIAL REVIEW OF CITY’S CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE

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DEPARTMENT:                                                               CITY MANAGER’S OFFICE/CITY CLERK DIVISION

PRESENTED BY:                                                                BRENDA GREEN, CITY CLERK                     

CONTACT INFORMATION:                     BRENDA GREEN, CITY CLERK, (714) 754-5221

 

RECOMMENDATION:

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Staff recommends the City Council approve Resolution No. 2022-xx revising the list of designated positions in the City’s Conflict of Interest Code.

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BACKGROUND:

The Political Reform Act in Government Code Section 87303 requires the City to adopt a Conflict of Interest Code and for the Code to be reviewed biennially. The City’s Conflict of Interest Code was last amended on September 1, 2020, by Resolution No. 22-48.

ANALYSIS:

Government Code Section 87200 designates the officials required to file statement of economic interests. The Costa Mesa officials include, City Councilmembers, City Manager, City Attorney, Planning Commissioners, and Finance Director. Additionally, the City’s Conflict of Interest Code must designate the positions within the City that involve the making or participation in the making of decisions that may have a material effect on any financial interest. This year, the "designated positions” (Attachment 1) have been updated to reflect positions which have been added, deleted, or undergone a title change. Resolution 22-xx adopts the City’s Conflict of Interest Code and repeals the previous code.

ALTERNATIVES:

No alternatives have been considered as it is mandated by state code that the Conflict of Interest Code be reviewed biennially.

FISCAL REVIEW:

The Finance Department has reviewed and verified there is no fiscal impact.

 

LEGAL REVIEW:

The City Attorney has reviewed the report and resolution and approved them as to form.

 

CITY COUNCIL GOALS AND PRIORITIES:

This item is administrative in nature.

CONCLUSION:

Staff recommends the City Council approve Resolution No. 2022-xx revising the list of designated positions in the City’s Conflict of Interest Code.