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580 Pacific Street, Room 6
Monterey, CA 93940-2806
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Why do consultants need to file Form 700?
Consultants working for the City of Monterey, including the professions of architect, engineer, environmental and construction management (GC §4526); financial, economic, accounting, medical and legal services (GC §53060); and artists, surveyors, and training or educational consultants (MCC §28-30) are required annually to file a Form 700 with the City Clerk's Office.
Consultants are included in Disclosure Category I of our Conflict of Interest Code as adopted by Resolution 18-164 C.S. (See Exhibit A.) The definition of Disclosure Category I is: "An appointed board, committee, or commission member or a designated City employee in this category must report investments, business positions, interests in real property, and sources of income, including gifts, loans, and travel payments from 3rd parties (not the City) within the City of Monterey's jurisdiction." The resolution goes on to state: "Consultants shall be included in the list of designated employees and shall disclose pursuant to the broadest disclosure category in the code."
Many of the legal contracts between the City of Monterey and its consultants also include a Conflict of Interests clause which requires annual filing of the Form 700.