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Conflict of Interest Code

Chula Vista Municipal Code Section 2.02

Sections

2.02.010    Purpose and intent.

2.02.020    The city council as code reviewing body for conflict of interest code.

2.02.030    Conflict of interest code of the city of Chula Vista.

2.02.040    Exception for solely advisory boards and commissions.


2.02.010 Purpose and intent.

The City Council intends to implement Government Code Sections 87300 through 87313 pertaining to conflict of interest codes for local agencies. The City Council also intends to implement all appropriate penalties for persons required to file under this chapter who fail to do so in a timely fashion. (Ord. 2807, 2000).

2.02.020 The city council as code reviewing body for conflict of interest code.

The City Council shall serve as the code reviewing body under Government Code Section 87303 for review and adoption of the conflict of interest code for all persons associated with the City of Chula Vista and required to file a statement of economic interests with the Fair Political Practices Commission. All statements of economic interests shall be filed with the City Clerk, who shall be responsible for filing with the Fair Political Practices Commission. (Ord. 2807, 2000).

2.02.030 Conflict of interest code of the city of Chula Vista.

A. The Political Reform Act, Government Code Sections 81000, et seq., requires local government agencies to adopt and promulgate conflict of interest codes. The Fair Political Practices Commission has adopted a regulation, Title 2 of the California Code of Regulations, Section 18730, which contains the terms of a standard model conflict of interest code, which is incorporated by reference, and which may be amended by the Fair Political Practices Commission to conform to amendments in the Political Reform Act after public notice and hearings. Therefore, the terms of Title 2 of the California Code of Regulations, Section 18730, and any amendments to it, except Section 9.5, duly adopted by the Fair Political Practices Commission, are hereby incorporated by reference and constitute the conflict of interest code of the City of Chula Vista.

B. The City Council shall set forth by resolution the officials and designated employees who are required to file statements of economic interests and the disclosure categories under which each such official and designated employee shall file. Said resolution and any amendment to it are incorporated by reference to the conflict of interest code. Said disclosure categories are:

1. All investments, sources of income and business positions;

2. Interests in real property;

3. Investments, business positions, interests in real property, and sources of income subject to the regulatory, permit or licensing authority of the department;

4. Investments and business positions in business entities and sources of income that engage in land development, construction or the acquisition or sale of real property;

5. Investments and business positions in business entities and sources of income that, within the past two years, have contracted with the City of Chula Vista or the redevelopment agency to provide services, supplies, materials, machinery or equipment;

6. Investments and business positions in business entities and sources of income that, within the past two years, have contracted with the designated employee’s department to provide services, supplies, materials, machinery or equipment. (Ord. 2980 § 1, 2004; Ord. 2807, 2000).

2.02.040 Exception for solely advisory boards and commissions.

A. The City Council finds that certain of the City’s boards and commissions are solely advisory within the meaning of Government Code Section 87100, and are, therefore, not required by law to be governed under the City’s conflict of interest code.

B. For those boards and commissions not required by law to be governed under the City’s conflict of interest code, the City Council declares that citizens serving as volunteers on those boards and commissions shall not be required to complete and submit statements of economic interests and shall not be required to disqualify themselves from deliberations or decision making for economic reasons. (Ord. 2807, 2000).

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