FAIR POLITICAL PRACTICES COMMISSION
The mission of the FAIR POLITICAL PRACTICES COMMISSION (FPPC) is to promote the integrity of representative state and local government in California through fair, impartial interpretation, and enforcement of political campaign, lobbying, and conflict of interest laws. The Fair Political Practices Commission was created by the Political Reform Act of 1974 by a ballot initiative passed by California voters in 1974 as Proposition 9. It is the duty of the Fair Political Practices Commission to provide administration of and enforce the Political Reform Act. It is the intent of the Fair Political Practices Commission to prevent conflicts of interests by 1) requiring discloser of public official's economic interests, and 2) disqualifying public officials from participating in government decisions when a conflict of interest has been deemed.
The Fair Political Practices Commission can be reached at:
California Fair Political Practices Commission
428 J Street, Suite 620
Sacramento, CA 95814
STATEMENTS OF ECONOMIC INTERESTS
The Fair Political Practices Commission requires local public officials and employees to disclose personal financial holdings. The Act establishes two (2) categories of public officials and employees who must disclose their personal financial interests:
1) 87200 filers
Roseville City Councilmembers: Mayor Carol Garcia, Vice Mayor Susan Rohan, Councilmember Bonnie Gore, Councilmember Tim Herman, Councilmember Pauline Roccucci
Roseville Planning Commissioners: Krista Bernasconi, Justin Caporusso, Julie Hirota, Bruce Houdesheldt, Charles Krafka, David Larson, Joseph McCaslin
Roseville City Manager Rob Jensen
Roseville City Attorney Robert Schmitt
Roseville Chief Financial Executive Jay Panzica
2) designated code filers who are established through the adoption of the Conflict of Interest Code which is adopted by the Roseville City Council and implemented by the City of Roseville and sets forth the categories of public officials and employees who must disclose their personal financial interests.
Statements of Economic Interests Form 700 enable the organization to identify areas of potential conflicts so that government officials and employees can refrain from making or participating in a government decision that may have a reasonably foreseeable material effect on his or her personal interests. Assuming office statements, annual filings, and leaving office statements are required filings. Statements of Economic Interests are public documents and are made available for inspection and reproduction to any member of the public. The Roseville City Clerk, located at 311 Vernon Street in Roseville, California is the filing officer for all Statements of Economic Interests, and can be reached at 916-774-5263. Statements of Economic Interests filed by City of Roseville elected officials are also available electronically on the Fair Political Practices website at www.fppc.ca.gov or at the Fair Political Practices Commission office address listed above.
CITY OF ROSEVILLE GIFT POLICY
Roseville Municipal Code 3.15.030 governs the acceptance of gifts and gratuities by City of Roseville employees and City of Roseville Administrative Regulation 2.14 specifies the Purpose and Policy of the Acceptance of Gifts and Gratuities by City Employees.
TICKETS AND/OR PASSES DISTRIBUTION POLICY
Fair Political Practices Commission regulation 18944.1 requires agencies to adopt a written Tickets and/or Passes Distribution Policy for the distribution of tickets and/or passes to public officials. Other than tickets and/or passes that are deemed to be a gift to the official or are deemed to constitute part of the official's salary, all tickets and/or passes distributed to agency officials must be reported on Fair Political Practices Commission Form 802, Ceremonial Rose Events and Ticket/Pass Distributions, developed by the Fair Political Practices Commission. The form must be prominently posted on the City's website within thirty (30) days after the distribution of the tickets and/or passes. There is currently nothing reportable on form 802.
FAIR POLITICAL PRACTICES COMMISSION FORM 806, PUBLIC OFFICIAL APPOINTMENTS
Fair Political Practices Commission regulation 18705.5 allows councilmembers to participate in the decision appointing him or herself to and external board position if the appointment would affect the personal finances of the appointee in the amount of $250 or more within any 12 month period. Certain conditions must be satisfied in order for a public official to make or participate in the appointment process: 1) The decision is on his or her appointment as an officer of the body of which he or she is a member; 2) The appointment is one required to be made by the body of which the official is a member pursuant to either state or local law or a joint powers authority; 3) The body making the appointment adopts and posts on its website Fair Political Practices Commission Form 806, Public Official Appointments.