Steven M. Glazer
- District 7
Under existing law, the Department of Consumer Affairs is under the control of the Director of Consumer Affairs and comprised of various boards, bureaus, commissions, committees, and similarly constituted agencies that license and regulate the practice of various professions and vocations. Existing law requires the boards to meet at least 3 times each calendar year, with at least one of those meetings occurring in northern California and at least one of those meetings occurring in southern California. Existing law authorizes the director to exempt any board from the requirement for good cause, and to call for a special meeting when a board is not fulfilling its duties. Existing law requires all of the department's agencies, including the boards, to hold public meetings and provide public notice of a meeting. Existing law requires each of these agencies to offer a person requesting to receive notice of a meeting the option to receive that notice by regular mail, email, or both regular mail and email. Existing law requires an agency that intends to Web cast a meeting to provide notice of intent to Web cast the meeting. This bill would make nonsubstantive changes to these provisions.
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From printer. May be acted upon on or after March 23.
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Introduced. To Com. on RLS. for assignment. To print.
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