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    California Fair Political Practices Commission

    The FPPC is an independent commission that has primary responsibility for the impartial and effective administration of the Political Reform Act. The Act regulates campaign financing, conflicts of interest, lobbying, and governmental ethics. The Commission requires a variety of disclosure documents be completed and made available for public review, including the following:

    •Campaign Filings, Forms 410, 460, 470, and 497
    •Form 700, Statement of Economic Interests
    •Form 806, Agency Report of Public Official Appointments

    The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) requires certain campaign filings. The FPPC may be contacted for advice on Ask FPPC for Advice.

    Statement of Economic Interests – Form 700


    The Political Reform Act (Government Code Sections 81000-94014) requires public officials to disclose financial disclosures by filing Statements of Economic Interests (Form 700s). The list of these local officials, per GC 87200, are listed in the City’s Conflict of Interest Code.

    Form 700's of Elected Officials:

  • Mayor Alonso Ledezma                       
  • Mayor Pro Tem Crystal Ruiz              
  • Councilmember Joel Lopez                 
  • Councilmember Phil Ayala                 
  • Councilmember Brian E. Hawkins     
  • Treasurer Mike Van Der Linden           
    • VanDerLinden 700 

      Local Appointments List (Maddy Act)

      Pursuant to Government Code Section 54971, the Local Appointments List is posted on or before December 31st of each year and contains a list of all appointive terms, the names of the incumbent appointees, the date of appointment, the date the term expires, and the necessary qualifications of the position.


      Form 806



      Appointment list 2021.pdf






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