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File #: RES 21-039    Name: COI - LAFCO
Type: BoS Resolution Status: Passed - Clerk of the Board's Office
File created: 2/13/2021 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 3/9/2021 Final action: 3/9/2021
Title: Adopt a resolution to revise and approve amendments to the Local Agency Formation Commission of Monterey County's Conflict of Interest Code.
Attachments: 1. Board Report, 2. LAFCO COI (Redline), 3. LAFCO COI (Clean), 4. LAFCO Reso No. 20-14 adopt on 12-17-20, 5. Draft Resolution of the BOS, 6. Completed Board Order and Resolution Item no. 32
Title
Adopt a resolution to revise and approve amendments to the Local Agency Formation Commission of Monterey County's Conflict of Interest Code.

Report
RECOMMENDATION:
It is recommended that the Board of Supervisors, as the code reviewing body under the Political Reform Act, revise and approve amendments to the Conflict of Interest Code of the Local Agency Formation Commission of Monterey County.

SUMMARY:
Following the biennial review of its Conflict of Interest Code as required by Government Code section 87306.5, the Local Agency Formation Commission of Monterey County (LAFCO) amended its Conflict of Interest Code to update its designated positions. A copy of its amended Conflict of Interest Code is attached hereto.

DISCUSSION:
Amendments to local agency Conflict of Interest Codes are authorized by section 87306 of the Government Code whenever changes are required by changed circumstances, by creation or deletion of designated positions, or by changes in the duties of designated positions.

Under Government Code sections 82011 and 87303, the Board of Supervisors is the code reviewing body. It may approve the Code as submitted; revise the proposed code and approve it as revised; or return the proposed Code to the agency for revision and resubmission.

Staff recommends that the Board adopt LAFCO's amended Conflict of Interest Code.

OTHER AGENCY INVOLVEMENT:
County Counsel has reviewed LAFCO's amended Conflict of Interest Code. The amended Code is lawful under the Political Reform Act of 1974.

FINANCING:
There is no fiscal impact upon the County of Monterey resulting from the Board's revision and approval of the proposed Conflict of Interest Code.

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' STRATEGIC INITIATIVES:
Revision and approval of the proposed Conflict of Interest Code fulfills the Board's statutorily designated role as the code reviewing body pursuant to the Political Reform Act.

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