Interested Persons Meeting On Campaign Finance Reform Law

by Larry Bush on 03/18/2011

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The City’s Ethics Commission is inviting the public to attend an Interested Persons Meeting to discuss possible changes to the Campaign Finance Reform Ordinance. Recently the Ethics Commission has considered lifting the ban on contributions from contractors doing business at Treasure Island, Redevelopment and other agencies. If this is an issue that interests you, you need to attend. Typically the only attendees are attorneys and consultants for those involved in city business or elections.

Also, be certain to check www.CitiReport.com for an update on proposed Ethics Commission changes

Thursday, March 24, 2011 12:30 PM – 2 PM City Hall – Room 421

The San Francisco Ethics Commission staff will convene an interested persons meeting to discuss possible changes to the Campaign Finance Reform Ordinance (CFRO), San Francisco Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code § 1.100 et seq. At this meeting, staff will introduce and solicit feedback on draft amendments to the CFRO prior to their consideration by the Ethics Commission.

The draft amendments will be posted on the Commission’s website prior to the meeting.  For specific questions, please contact us at the number below.

This interested persons meeting is your opportunity to express your concerns and make recommendations to the Commission. We encourage you to attend! (If you are unable to attend but have feedback, please provide your comments in writing.)

Please R.S.V.P by contacting:
San Francisco Ethics Commission
25 Van Ness Ave., Suite 220
(415) 252-3100
ethics.commission@sfgov.org

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