ABOUT

City Council meetings are held every fourth Monday in City Hall Chambers beginning at 6:30 PM. All are welcome to attend the meetings. A period for public comment on non-agenda items will be given at the beginning of each meeting. If you have an item that you feel requires City Council action or deliberation, please ask the City Clerk to put the item on the agenda (agenda items are subject to Mayor approval). No pre-meeting request is required to speak during the period for public comment on non-agenda items, however you may be asked to limit your comments to five minutes (or less if there are a large number of comments on the same subject), and please note the Brown Act prohibits the Council from deliberating or taking action on non-agenda items.

CITY COUNCIL

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Cliff Munson

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Charnna Gilmore

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Brandon Fawaz

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Lori Fleck

Mayor

2020 - 2024

Mayor Pro-tem

2020 - 2024

Council Person

2020 - 2022

Council Person

2018 - 2022

FPPC

The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) of California prohibits a public official from using his or her official position to influence a governmental decision in which he or she knows or has reason to know he or she has a financial interest (Gov. Code Section 87100).  To help identify potential conflicts of interest, the law requires officials to file forms called Statements of Economic Interests (SEIs), also known as Form 700s.  This form is also called the Conflict of Interest Form.  Copies of the statements of economic interest filed by the above-named officers may be obtained by visiting the office of the City Clerk

Comissions & Committees

CITY STAFF

Pamela Eastlick 

Jenny Bennett

Asst. City Clerk

j.bennett@etnaca.com

FPPC

The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) of California prohibits a public official from using his or her official position to influence a governmental decision in which he or she knows or has reason to know he or she has a financial interest (Gov. Code Section 87100).  To help identify potential conflicts of interest, the law requires officials to file forms called Statements of Economic Interests (SEIs), also known as Form 700s.  This form is also called the Conflict of Interest Form.  Copies of the statements of economic interest filed by the above-named officers may be obtained by visiting the office of the City Clerk