January 22, 2014 ECRB Packet

Wednesday, January 22, 2014
4:00 p.m.
City Council Chambers
1st Floor, City Hall
200 Lincoln Avenue



       a)    Roll Call
       b)    Approval of Agenda
       c)    Approval of Minutes –    January 13, 2014  ITEM 1-c


       a)    Case #2013-2.  Parties’ Presentations on the Merits of 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 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.)

              1)    Action on Determination on the Merits of Complaint.
              2)    Action on Sanctions, if There Was a Violation, as Permitted
                     Under Section 6-16.7 SFCC 1987.

       b)    Action on Presentation by Advisory Committee on Disposition
              of Campaign Funds.

       c)    Consideration of an Ordinance Relating to Campaign Contributions
              from City Contractors; Amending the Code of Ethics, Section 1-7
              SFCC 1987 and the Campaign Code, Section 9-2 SFCC 1987 to
              Regulate Conflicts of Interest Arising from Campaign Contributions
              from City Contractors and for Related Purposes.  (Councilor Calvert)  ITEM 2-c




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