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Each member of the Board of Supervisors is required as a part of his or her official duties to:
(1) Attend the State Legislature and Congress and any committees thereof, meet with legislators or legislators-elect to present the County’s legislative programs and to meet with representatives of executive or administrative agencies of State, Federal or local government, including cities, counties, school districts and special districts, concerning County business and affairs.
(2) Consult with private persons and corporations and with officials and employees of Federal, State and local governments, including cities, counties, school districts and special districts, for the purpose of obtaining information relating to legislative or administrative matters pending before the Board of Supervisors or which reasonably may be anticipated to come before the Board of Supervisors within the near future or for the purpose of carrying out County programs.
(3) Attend lectures, seminars and other educational meetings pertaining directly to County business or affairs.
(4) To appoint and employ such personnel as may be authorized by the Compensation Ordinance of the County of San Diego for the specific supervisorial district. All appointments and employments shall be in accordance with the provisions of the County Charter and of the rules and policies established thereunder, and County ordinances.
(Added by Ord. No. 3658 (N.S.), adopted 3-16-71; amended by Ord. No. 7501 (N.S.), effective 7-28-88; amended by Ord. No. 9259 (N.S.), effective 11-9-00; amended by Ord. No. 9839 (N.S.), operative 3-30-07)