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File #: 22-665    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Memo Status: Passed
File created: 8/22/2022 Departments: COUNTY EXECUTIVE
On agenda: 9/13/2022 Final action: 9/13/2022
Title: Recommendation for one appointment and four reappointments to the Measure K Oversight Committee, each for a term ending June 30, 2026: A) Appointment of Holly Chin, representing District 5 for an initial partial term; and B) Michael Salazar, representing District 1, for a third term; and C) Ken Chin, representing District 2, for a third term; and D) David Burow, representing District 3, for a third term; and E) Michael C. Kovalich, representing District 4, for a third term.
Special Notice / Hearing: None__
Vote Required: Majority

To: Honorable Board of Supervisors
From: Michael P. Callagy, County Executive
Subject: Appointment and Reappointments to the Measure K Oversight Committee

RECOMMENDATION:
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Recommendation for one appointment and four reappointments to the Measure K Oversight Committee, each for a term ending June 30, 2026:

A) Appointment of Holly Chin, representing District 5 for an initial partial term; and

B) Michael Salazar, representing District 1, for a third term; and

C) Ken Chin, representing District 2, for a third term; and

D) David Burow, representing District 3, for a third term; and

E) Michael C. Kovalich, representing District 4, for a third term.

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BACKGROUND:
The Measure K Oversight Committee was established following the voters' approval of the Measure A sales tax in 2012 to conduct an annual audit of the Measure A sales tax funds to ensure transparency of the Board of Supervisors approved expenditures. The name of the oversight committee has thus been changed to reflect the passage of Measure K in 2016, which extended the sales tax until 2043.

On February 26, 2019, the Board of Supervisors, upon the recommendation of the Measure K Oversight Committee, adopted a resolution authorizing an increase in term length of up to four years (or a maximum of twelve years) and staggering the terms of service such that the terms of members do not all expire in the same year. The proposed appointments and reappointments achieve that staggering.

DISCUSSION:
Holly Chin is being recommended for appointment to represent District 5 on a seat formerly held by Tinisch Hollins.

Michael Salazar, Ken Chin, David Burow, and Michael C. Kovalich are being recommended for reappointments. Each member's reappointment from 2019 was for a 3-year term in order to provide for the staggering of terms on the Committee. Approval of their reappointments would reflect 4-year terms as a third term from ...

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