Compensation and Expense Disclosures

Compensation/Benefits Reporting

Each year we are required to report employee compensation information to the State Controller's Office.

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Expense Disclosure

Annual Disclosure of Director or Employee Reimbursements

Background: In accordance with Government Code 53065.5:

Each special district, as defined by subdivision (a) of Section 56036, shall, at least annually, disclose any reimbursement paid by the district within the immediately preceding fiscal year of at least one hundred dollars ($100) for each individual charge for services or product received. "Individual charge" includes, but is not limited to, one meal, lodging for one day, transportation, or a registration fee paid to any employee or member of the governing body of the district. The disclosure requirement shall be fulfilled by including the reimbursement information in a document published or printed at least annually by a date determined by that district and shall be made available for public inspection.

This information is to be made available for public inspection.

All expenses are reviewed by a Director prior to the monthly Board meeting, and then reviewed by all Directors at that meeting. All monthly expenses are presented to the public via the Board of Directors agenda packet which is posted on the District web site.

Staff usually makes purchases for the District using their District credit card and submittal of all receipts. Occasionally, a staff member will make a purchase needing reimbursement. Those expenditures must be pre-approved by a manager and will normally be under $100 and verified with receipt.

There were no such reportable reimbursements during the last reporting period