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City Clerk's Department

City Clerk - Monika Radeva - mradeva@laquintaca.gov

 

****SPECIAL NOTICE - TELECONFERENCING AND TELEPHONIC ACCESSIBILITY IN EFFECT**** THIS IS FOR REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS ONLY 

Members of the public wanting to listen to the open session of this meeting may do so by tuning-in live via http://laquinta.12milesout.com/video/live.

Members of the public wanting to address the City Council during the open session, either for public comment or for a specific agenda item, or both, are requested to send an email notification to the La Quinta City Clerk’s Office at CityClerkMail@LaQuintaCA.gov, and specify the following information:

1) Full Name                       4) Public Comment or Agenda Item Number

2) City of Residence           5) Subject

3) Phone Number               6) Written or Verbal Comments

The email “subject line” must clearly state “Written Comments” or “Verbal Comments.”

Verbal public comments – requests to speak must be emailed to the City Clerk no later than 3:00 p.m. on the day of the meeting; the City will facilitate the ability for a member of the public to be audible to the City Council and general public for the item(s) by contacting him/her via phone and queuing him/her to speak during the discussion.

Only one person at a time may speak by telephone and only after being recognized by the Mayor.

Written public comments, received prior to the adjournment of the meeting, will be distributed to the City Council, incorporated into the agenda packet and public record of the meeting, and will not be read during the meeting unless, upon the request of the Mayor, a brief summary of any public comment is asked to be read, to the extent the City Clerk’s Office can accommodate such request.

 

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The City Clerk's Department is responsible for the preparation and distribution of City Council agendas; maintaining accurate records and legislative history of City Council actions; providing safe-keeping and storage of the City's official records and archives; and providing records retrieval and legislative research for City departments and the public.

The City Clerk's Department also performs centralized processing of all recorded documents; maintains campaign and economic interest statement filings; oversees local elections; and administers the City's centralized Records Management Program and the City-wide optical imaging system. 

The City Clerk's Department personnel consist of:
     City Clerk
     Deputy City Clerk
     Management Assistant 
     Administrative Assistant

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