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December 16, 2013 ECRB Packet

ETHICS & CAMPAIGN REVIEW BOARD
Monday, December 16, 2013
4:00 p.m.

City Council Chambers
1st Floor, City Hall
200 Lincoln Avenue

 

 



1.    PROCEDURES

a)    Roll Call
b)    Approval of Agenda
c)    Approval of Minutes – November 5, 2013  Item 1-c

2.    DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION
a)    Case #2013-1.  Complaint Filed by Tarin Nix Alleging Violation of “Election and Political Campaign Codes Section
       9-3.6 Seed Money Contributions, Sub-Section Sections A-E and Section 9-3.8 Application for Certification as a
       Participating Candidate, Sub-Sections B and C.”  by Patti Bushee Mayoral Campaign and Patti Bushee.
       In Accordance with Section 6-16.4 SFCC 1987 “Determination of Legal Sufficiency; Setting a Hearing.
       Consideration of Whether the Complaint Sets Forth Legally Sufficient Facts Which, if True, Show Probable
       Cause to Believe There Was a Violation.   Item 2-a

       (The Board May Go Into Executive Session Under NMSA 1978, Section 10-15-1(H)(3) to Deliberate in Connection
       With an Administrative Adjudicatory Proceeding.)       

b)    Action Regarding Whether the Complaint Sets Forth Legally Sufficient Facts Which, if True, Show Probable
       Cause to Believe There Was a Violation.    

c)    Action on Any Next Steps as Permitted Under Section 6-16.4(D) – Section 6-16.7 SFCC 1987.      

3.    NEW BUSINESS   
a)    Case #2013-2.  Complaint Filed by Jeff E. Green Alleging Violation of “Incomplete Seed Money Expenditure
       Report, Exceeding $1,500 in Expenditures, and/or making Expenditures for His Campaign from Source Other
       Than Seed Money” by Joseph M. Maestas.  (Item May Be Contingent on Response from Respondent.)   Item 3-a

       In Accordance with Section 6-16.4 SFCC 1987 “Determination of Legal Sufficiency; Setting a Hearing.” 
       Consideration of Whether the Complaint Sets Forth Legally Sufficient Facts Which, if True, Show Probable Cause
       to Believe There Was a Violation.

       (The Board May Go Into Executive Session Under NMSA 1978, Section 10-15-1(H)(3) to Deliberate in Connection
       With an Administrative Adjudicatory Proceeding.)

b)    Action Regarding Whether the Complaint Sets Forth Legally Sufficient Facts Which, if True, Show Probable
       Cause to Believe There Was a Violation.

c)    Action on Any Next Steps as Permitted Under Section 6-16.4(D) – Section 6-16.7 SFCC 1987.   

4.    UPDATE FROM THE CITY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE ON OTHER PENDING MATTERS
5.    BOARD MATTERS
6.    PUBLIC COMMENT
7.    ADJOURNMENT   


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