Agenda & Minutes

NOTE: Minutes are posted a month behind due to the fact that they have to be board approved prior to posting.

“Regular meetings” are meetings occurring at the dates, times, and location set by resolution, ordinance, or other formal action by the legislative body and are subject to 72-hour posting requirements.

 

2020


(Please observe a three-minute time limit.) Members of the public may address the Board regarding any item not on the agenda which is within the District’s jurisdiction. No action will be taken by the Board at this meeting as a result of items so presented. Members of the public may address any item on the agenda at the time it is taken up by the Board.

Public meetings may be recorded. Please see two relevant sections from the Brown Act.

54953.5.

(a) Any person attending an open and public meeting of a legislative body of a local agency shall have the right to record the proceedings with an audio or video recorder or a still or motion picture camera in the absence of a reasonable finding by the legislative body of the local agency that the recording cannot continue without noise, illumination, or obstruction of view that constitutes, or would constitute, a persistent disruption of the proceedings.

(b) Any audio or video recording of an open and public meeting made for whatever purpose by or at the direction of the local agency shall be subject to inspection pursuant to the California Public Records Act (Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 6250) of Division 7 of Title 1), but, notwithstanding Section 34090, may be erased or destroyed 30 days after the recording. Any inspection of an audio or video recording shall be provided without charge on equipment made available by the local agency.

(Amended by Stats. 2009, Ch. 88, Sec. 57. Effective January 1, 2010.)

54953.6.

No legislative body of a local agency shall prohibit or otherwise restrict the broadcast of its open and public meetings in the absence of a reasonable finding that the broadcast cannot be accomplished without noise, illumination, or obstruction of view that would constitute a persistent disruption of the proceedings.

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