Civil Service Commission Meeting
The July 7, 2022 Civil Service Commission will be facilitated virtually through Zoom.
1. Join the Zoom meeting application on your computer, tablet or smartphone:
Go to: https://sonomacounty.zoom.us/j/95827969093?pwd=NVpqRnNtUFh6elNyWVZVV0J4UWlxZz09
2. Call-in and listen to the meeting by telephone: +1 (669) 900-9128
Webinar ID: 958 2796 9093
I. Call to Order
II. Approval of Minutes of June 16, 2021
III. Director’s Report
IV. Public Comment
Any member of the public may address the Commission on a matter not listed on the agenda but within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Commission. Please state your name and who you represent, if applicable. Comments may be limited to 3 minutes, or as determined at the discretion of the Chair. Under State Law, matters presented during public appearances cannot be discussed or acted upon by the Civil Service Commissioners.
V. Agenda Items
A. Ad Hoc Subcommittee Draft Report – Findings from the Civil Service Ordinance Reviews
Commissioners John Hadzess and Mark Walsh
VIII. Other Scheduling Matters¬
IX. Commissioners Closed Session
X. Reconvene from Closed Session
XI. Commissioners Open Session
The next Civil Service Commission meeting will be Thursday, July 21,2022 at 3:30 p.m., virtually with Zoom. The Agenda deadline for this meeting is 2:00 p.m., Friday, July 18, 2022.
Materials related to an item on this Agenda submitted to the Commission after distribution of the agenda packet are available for public inspection during normal business hours at the following address:
Any member of the audience desiring to address the Commission on a matter on the agenda: Please walk to the public speaker’s table and after receiving recognition from the Chair, please state your name and make your comments.
In order that all interested parties have an opportunity to speak, please be brief and limit your comments to the subject under discussion. Each person is usually granted 3 minutes to speak; time limitations are at the discretion of the Chair.
While members of the public are welcome to address the Commission, under the Brown Act, Commission members may not deliberate or take action on items not on the agenda, and generally may only listen.