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Conflict of Interest Policy

RESOLUTION NO. 2024-0523-1



 WHEREAS, the Political Reform Act (Government Code Section 81000, et seq.) requires state and local government agencies to adopt and promulgate conflict of interest codes; and,

WHEREAS, the Fair Political Practices Commission ["FPPC"] has adopted regulation 2 California Code of Regulations Section 18730, which contains the terms of a

standard Conflict of Interest Code and can be incorporated by reference, and which will be amended by the FPPC to conform to statutory amendments of the Political Reform Act, after public notice and hearings conducted by the Fair Political Practices Commission; and,

WHEREAS, this Board of Directors wishes to adopt its agency's conflict of interest code,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors, Quincy Fire Protection

District, as follows:

1. The terms of 2 California Code of Regulations Section 18730 and any amendments to it duly adopted by the Fair Political Practices Commission,

along with the attached Appendix in which officers and employees are designated and disclosure categories are set forth, are hereby adopted and incorporated by reference here and constitute the Conflict of Interest Code for this agency.

2. Persons holding designated positions shall file statements of economic interest Form 700, pursuant to Section 18730(b)(4) of the California Code of Regulations.

3. Officials Who Manage Public Investments:

It has been determined that the positions of Board Members and Managers manage public investments and will file a statement of economic interests Form 700 pursuant to Government Code Section 87200.

4. Designated employees shall file their statements with this agency which shall make the statements available for public inspection and reproduction (Gov. Code Section 81008). Upon receipt of the statements, the District shall make and retain a copy and forward the original to the Plumas County Clerk's office.

5. Failure to file the required statement in a timely fashion may result in the imposition of monetary sanctions under Government Code Section  91013(a).

The foregoing resolution was duly passed and adopted by the Board of Directors of Quincy Fire Protection District, at a regular meeting of the said board held on May 23rd, 2024, by the following vote:

 Ayes: 3

 Noes: 0

 Absent:  0

 Abstain: 0


Mike Taborski

Mike Taborski Chairman   


 Karrie White

District Secretary/Board Clerk


Conflict of Interest:

 Approved by Chief: Frank Carey

Adopted by Board: 6/09/22 revised adoption 05/23/2024