Chapter 3.40
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AND INCOMPATIBLE ACTIVITIES Amended Ord. 5298

Sections:

3.40.010    Adoption of conflict of interest codes. Amended Ord. 5298

3.40.020    Incompatible activities. Amended Ord. 5298

3.40.010 Adoption of conflict of interest codes. Amended Ord. 5298

Each department shall adopt a conflict of interest code in accordance with the Political Reform Act of 1974, which shall designate those persons who make, participate in making, or use their official position to influence a governmental decision within the meaning of said Act (see Title 2 California Code of Regulations Section 18700). [Ord. 2398, 1977; prior code § 4.45.010].

3.40.020 Incompatible activities. Amended Ord. 5298

(A)    A County officer or employee shall not engage in any employment, activity or enterprise, for compensation, which is inconsistent, incompatible, in conflict with or inimical to his or her duties, functions or responsibilities of his or her appointing power or the County. Such officer or employee shall not perform any work, service or counsel for compensation outside of his or her County employment where any part of his or her efforts will be subject to approval by any other officer, employee, board or Commission of the County, unless otherwise approved in the manner prescribed by subsection (B) of this section.

(B)    Each appointing power may determine, subject to the approval of the Board of Supervisors, those outside activities which, for employees under its jurisdiction, are inconsistent with, incompatible to or in conflict with their duties as County officers or employees in accordance with subsection (b) of Section 1126 of the Government Code.

(C)    The Board may adopt personnel rules governing the application of this section. Such rules shall include provision for notice to employees of the determination of prohibited activities, of disciplinary action to be taken against employees for engaging in prohibited activities, and for appeal by employees from such a determination and from its application to an employee. [Ord. 3620 § 28, 1985; Ord. 2398, 1977; prior code § 4.45.020].