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About the Ethics Commission

The Ethics Commission was established by San Francisco voters in November 1993, and serves the public, City employees and officials, and local candidates through education and enforcement of governmental ethics laws, including public information, reports and advice; campaign disclosure and economic interests filings; lobbyist and campaign consultant registration and reporting; public financing for City campaigns; audits, investigations and enforcement.

Ethics Commission Fiscal Year 2021–22 Annual Report

Highlights of the Commission’s activities, challenges, and accomplishments during fiscal year 2021-2022.

Meetings

10 FEB
Agenda – February 10, 2023

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Posted: Feb 6, 2023

20 JAN
Agenda – January 20, 2023

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Posted: Jan 17, 2023

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Reports

Acting Executive Director’s Report — February 6, 2023

February 6, 2023 To: Members of the Ethics Commission From: Gayathri Thaikkendiyil, Acting Executive Director Subject: Agenda Item 6 – Acting Executive Director’s Report for February 2023 Summary and Action Requested This report provides various programmatic and operational highlights since the last Executive Director’s Report. No action is required by the Commission, as this item is for […]

Posted: Feb 6, 2023

Executive Director’s Report – January 9, 2023

January 9, 2023To: Members of the Ethics CommissionFrom: LeeAnn Pelham, Executive DirectorSubject: Agenda Item 5 – Executive Director Report for January 2023 Summary and Action Requested This report provides various programmatic and operational highlights since the last Executive Director’s Report. No action is required by the Commission, as this item is for informational purposes only. Acting Staff Appointments […]

Posted: Jan 9, 2023

Executive Director’s Report – December 2, 2022

December 2, 2022 To:  Members of the Ethics Commission From:  LeeAnn Pelham, Executive Director Subject: Agenda Item 6 – Executive Director Report for December 2022 Summary and Action Requested This report provides various programmatic and operational highlights since the last Executive Director’s Report. No action is required by the Commission, as this item is for […]

Posted: Dec 2, 2022

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News

Meeting Summary – Summary of Matters Discussed and Actions Taken at Ethics Commission’s January 20, 2023 Special Meeting

January 23, 2023 Contact: Michael Canning (415) 252-3100 Chair Yvonne Lee called the Meeting to order at 1:34 p.m. With Vice-Chair Larry Bush, and Commissioners Theis Finlev, Michael Romano, and Argemira Flórez Feng participating, a quorum was present. Under Item 2, provided the opportunity for general public comment on matters not appearing on the Agenda but within the […]

Posted: Jan 23, 2023

Statement of SF Ethics Commission Chair Yvonne Lee on Guilty Plea of Former City Official Over Corruption Charges

On January 13, former president of the San Francisco Building Inspection Commission and permit expediter, Rodrigo Santos, pleaded guilty to 17 federal counts related to multiple schemes that defrauded his clients of $775,000. Santos has agreed to pay more than $1 million in restitution to his victims and may face up to 30 years in […]

Posted: Jan 18, 2023

Meeting Summary – Summary of Matters Discussed and Actions Taken at Ethics Commission’s January 13, 2023 Regular Meeting

January 13, 2023Contact: Michael Canning (415) 252-3100 Chair Yvonne Lee called the Meeting to order at 10:05 a.m. With Vice-Chair Larry Bush, and Commissioners Theis Finlev, Michael Romano, and Argemira Flórez Feng participating, a quorum was present. Under Item 2, provided the opportunity for general public comment on matters not appearing on the Agenda but within the Ethics […]

Posted: Jan 17, 2023

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