COMING SOON FOR A COUNCIL VOTE (If it ever makes it): CITY OF LOS ANGELES CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE
California Government Code Sections 87300 et seq., the Finance Department of the City of Los Angeles hereby adopts the following conflict of interest code.
City officials and employees may not make governmental decisions that affect their personal financial interests. To help City officials and employees avoid financial conflicts, each City agency adopts a conflict of interest code pursuant to the Political
Reform Act of 1974 (Government Code sections 81000, et seq.).
The conflict of interest code contains a "Schedule A", which identifies each designated position that is charged with making or participating in governmental decisions, and a "Schedule B”, which identifies the economic interests the persons in those positions must disclose..
Each City official (person holding, elected to, or appointed to a designated position) must submit statements of economic interests that identify the disclosable interests that he or she held during the reporting period with the agency who will make the statements available for public inspection and reproduction (Government Code Section 81008). Persons with questions concerning the applicability of this conflict of interest code or potential conflicts of interest should contact the Office of the City Attorney, this code, City officials are required to comply with the requirements of state and City law.
07-3155 (Zine - LaBonge) that the Bureau of Sanitation, with the assistance of the Environmental Affairs Department, CLA, CAO, and other relevant departments, as required, report on the feasibility of establishing a Citywide policy that would ban the use of Styrofoam in all City departments, venues, and events, and prepare ecommendations to accomplish that end.
To Energy and Environment Committee