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File #: 14-0953    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 7/2/2014 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 7/29/2014 Final action: 7/29/2014
Title: Supervisor Briggs recommending the Board direct staff to prepare a draft policy for Board approval regarding monetary transactions involving the County of El Dorado, that will: 1) Require that all personal checks, cashier's checks, money orders, wire transfers or any other method of monetary transaction involving the County be made payable to or name the County of El Dorado as the entity authorized to receive or transfer the funds; and 2) Prohibit any department head, elected official, employee, consultant, or other agent of the county from being named specifically as the recipient of any monies, including all fees and taxes, owed or payable to the County of El Dorado. Supervisor Briggs further recommending that the Board direct all departments to cease the practice of naming any individual county agency director, department head, elected official, employee, consultant or other agent of the county as the recipient of any monies, including all fees and taxes, owed or payable to the C...
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Supervisor Briggs recommending the Board direct staff to prepare a draft policy for Board approval regarding monetary transactions involving the County of El Dorado, that will:  
1) Require that all personal checks, cashier's checks, money orders, wire transfers or any other method of monetary transaction involving the County be made payable to or name the County of El Dorado as the entity authorized to receive or transfer the funds; and
2) Prohibit any department head, elected official, employee, consultant, or other agent of the county from being named specifically as the recipient of any monies, including all fees and taxes, owed or payable to the County of El Dorado.
 
Supervisor Briggs further recommending that the Board direct all departments to cease the practice of naming any individual county agency director, department head, elected official, employee, consultant or other agent of the county as the recipient of any monies, including all fees and taxes, owed or payable to the County of El Dorado, as soon as reasonably practical.
 
It is understood that this directive may necessitate changes to current billing practices that will require transition time.  This directive shall not prevent any county agency or department from accepting funds made payable to individuals; however, it is expected that all departments will comply with this directive by December 31, 2014.
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