July 26, 2017 •
Anaheim, CA to Consider Lobbyist and Ethics Ordinance
The Anaheim City Council is set to consider an ethics ordinance at its meeting on July 25.
The ordinance proposes a two-year revolving door restriction and lobbyist registration and quarterly reporting requirements. The ordinance also requires certain city officials to retain all email communications for 90 days, rather than the current 37 days.
Councilman Jose Moreno promised to introduce the ordinance upon his inauguration to the city council in response to concerns with the lack of transparency dealing with city tax subsidies for luxury hotel developers.
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