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Commission Membership: Victor Ochoa (Chair), Lisa Seitz (Vice-Chair), Patrick O’Hern, Barbara Newcombe, Alden Mudge, Peter Reinke

 

Staff Members: Commission Staff:

Daniel Purnell, Executive Director

Judith Silverman, Executive Assistant

City Attorney Representative:

Mark Morodomi, Deputy City Attorney

 

 

AGENDA

 

 

  1. Roll Call And Determination Of Quorum
  2.  

  3. Approval of Draft Minutes of the Meeting of December 9, 2002
  4.  

  5. Open Forum
  6.  

  7. Final Interviews and Selection of Candidates for One Seat on the Public Ethics Commission
  8.  

  9. Complaints
  10.  

    1. A Report And Action To Be Taken In The Matter Of Complaint No. 02-12 (Kanz)
    2.  

    3. A Report And Action To Be Taken In The Matter Of Complaint No. 02-18 (Kanz)
    4.  

    5. A Report And Action To Be Taken In The Matter Of Complaint No. 02-19 (Kanz)

     

  11. A Report And Action To Be Taken To Consider A Request From City Councilmember Nancy Nadel To Develop A Proposed Ordinance Regarding False Or Inaccurate Information On Local Campaign Literature
  12.  

  13. Election Of Public Ethics Commission Chair And Vice-Chair For 2003 And Chair Appointments To Committees
  14.  

  15. Commissioner And Staff Oral Reports
  16.  

  17. Announcements
  18.  

    1. Next Meeting Of The Public Ethics Commission is February 3, 2003.

     

  19. Adjournment

 

You may speak on any item appearing on the agenda; however, you must fill out a Speaker’s Card and give it to a representative of the Public Ethics Commission. All speakers will be allotted three minutes or less unless the Chairperson allots additional time.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in the meetings of the Public Ethics Commission or its Committees, please contact the Office of the City Clerk (510) 238-7370. Notification two full business days prior to the meeting will enable the City of Oakland to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility. In compliance with Oakland’s policy for people with chemical sensitivities, please refrain from wearing strongly scented products to events.

Should you have questions or concerns regarding this agenda, or wish to review any agenda-related materials, please contact the Public Ethics Commission at (510) 238-3593 or visit our webpage at www.oaklandnet.com.

 

 

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